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Gama was founded by Georg Adam Mangold in Fürth, Bavaria, in 1881. The company produced tinplate toys. After World War II toy cars were first made of tinplate, later of plastic. In 1959 diecast models were added to the range, most of them in 1/43rd scale, but also some in 1/24th and 1/66th scale. Besides contemporary cars, 1/43rd scale classic car models were available from 1964 to the mid-1980s. In 1981 Gama took over a former competitor, Schuco. After several changes of ownership, Gama has been owned by the model railroad manufacturer Märklin since 1999. But already since 1994, the "Gama" brand name has no longer been used for model cars. Outside of Germany, Gama models were also made in Hong Kong and Singapore in the early 1980s, later also by Mikro in Bulgaria.

BMW M3
red; Germany 1992
Gama (Germany), no. 52105
diecast, scale 1:24; acquired 1997
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Ford Mondeo
hatchback, red; Germany 1993
Gama (Germany), no. 1020
diecast, scale 1:43; acquired 1995
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Opel Ascona
hatchback, silver; Germany 1981
Gama (Germany), no. 1141
diecast, scale 1:43; acquired 1981
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Opel Astra
hatchback, silver; Germany 1991
Gama (Germany), no. 1001
diecast, scale 1:43; acquired 1994
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Opel Rekord
blue metallic; Germany 1977
Gama (Singapore), no. 893
diecast, scale 1:43; acquired 2014
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VW 1302
gold; Germany 1969
Gama (Germany), no. 1104
diecast, scale 1:43; acquired 1986
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