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Matchbox and Gama models made in Bulgaria were marketed under the Mikro or Mikro'67 name. The original name of the manufacturer was DSO Mladost/MIR. Production of Matchbox models started in 1983. In the 1980s, the range consisted of 17 models from the "1-75" range and seven larger models from the "Super Kings" range. Until the 1990s these models were sold in Matchbox packages, but colours and some details are different from the Matchbox products made in England and the Far East. In 1985 the company also started manufacturing 1/43rd scale Gama models; in the 1990s, a part of these models were decorated with logos of European football clubs. Finally, tin models were made from dies originating from Buddy L and Tonka. The Mikro name only shows up on the box, the baseplates of the models always just indicate the name of the original manufacturer. The only exception with the Mikro logo on the bottom is a 1/43rd scale diecast model of the Lada Niva, developped by Mikro itself. Production ceased in 2008.

Datsun 240Z
red; Japan 1973
Mikro (Bulgaria), no. K-52
diecast, scale 1:40; acquired 2007
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Lada 2121 Niva
green; Russia 1977
Mikro (Bulgaria)
diecast, scale 1:43; acquired 2011
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Opel Corsa
dark green metallic; Germany 1993
Mikro (Bulgaria), no. 1005
diecast, scale 1:43; acquired 2008
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Porsche 924
green metallic; Germany 1976
Mikro (Bulgaria), no. 892
diecast, scale 1:43; acquired 2014
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