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Huki was founded by Hubert Kienberger in Nuremberg in 1910. The company originally manufactured inexpensive tin toys such as vehicles, figurines and animals on wheels. After World War II, Huki focused on cars and motorbikes with clockworks or friction power, and in the 1960s and 1970s, the Topmod series with tinplate cars in 1/32nd scale was produced. This range included various sports cars (Porsche, Ferrari), as well as some VW and Mercedes-Benz cars that were partly also available in police, taxi, or roadside assistance liveries. Production ceased in 1975.

VW 411
German roadside assistance (ADAC-Strassenwacht); Germany 1968
Huki (Germany), no. 250
tin, scale 1:32; acquired 2018
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