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The German toy company Busch was founded in 1958 and originally specialized in 1/100th scale airplane models. Model railroad accessories, dolls and electronic toys were later added to the range. In 1994, Busch took over MFB (previously Model International), a company which had manufactured 1/87th scale plastic model cars under the name of Praliné since the early 1980s, and thus also became a model car manufacturer. Some models from the extensive Praliné range, which consisted of classic pre- and post-World War II cars, vans, buses and emergency vehicles, remained in production with an improved level of detail. Furthermore, the company extended the range, developed new and better detailed 1/87th scale models and also released models of modern German cars. The first 1/43rd scale model, a Piaggio Ape pick-up truck, was introduced in autumn 2011. In addition to its own model car range, Busch also distributed respectively distributes the detailed 1/87th scale models made by Masterpiece and Ricko from China, as well as the DreiKa models made in Germany, and took over the production of the Espewe models of prototypes from the former GDR in 2011.

Lada 2106
Cuban police (Patrulla); Russia 1977
Busch (Germany), no. 50562
plastic, scale 1:87; acquired 2018
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Piaggio Ape 50
dark blue; Italy 2010
Busch (Germany), no. 60002
plastic, scale 1:43; acquired 2011
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