Diecast models of commercial vehicles in 1/43rd and 1/50th scale were made in Brazil in the 1970s and 1980s by Arpra (Supermini range), Jue and Minibrindes. Other Brazilian model car manufacturers released copies of European model cars - which is a parallel to the domestic original car industry, dominated by European and American companies producing cars for the South American market: REI bought castings from the German model car manufacturers Schuco and Siku around 1980, Kiko manufactured re-editions of French Norev and Majorette as well as British Corgi models at the same time, Solido let produce models in Brazil in the 1970s (including three issues that were never sold in the French Solido range: VW Beetle, Chevrolet Opala, Buggy Draco), and Herpa made re-issues of older German plastic models in 1/87th scale from 1991 to 2000. From the mid-1960s already, Roly Toys had not only manufactured Matchbox models under license, but also some of their own model cars in about 1/64th scale. At about the same time, ATMA released detailed reproductions of DKW cars in 1/24th scale and other plastic models in larger scales. Several other manufacturers such as Estrela and Mimo produced plastic toy cars. Simple plastic models of Brazilian cars and commercial vehicles in larger scales are still manufactured today by companies such as Roma Brinquedos and Diverplas. Handbuilt white metal models were made by a company called Modeline in various scales from the 1990s, mostly of cars and trucks as built in Brazil. Another manufacturer, Automodelli, has produced highly detailed resin models in 1/24th, 1/43rd and 1/64th scale. Several other model makers (AMD, Iritani, Alfa, Red Five, RTN) have specialized in 1/20th scale resin models of Formula 1 racing cars which are only made in limited numbers and usually sold in kit form. Models of the Brazilian Copersucar Formula 1 cars were made by Polistil from Italy, Galgo from Argentina and several producers of handbuilt models. "Clássicos nacionais", a partwork of Brazilian cars in about 1/43rd scale, was introduced by Extra, a newspaper of the Globo media group, in early 2010. Another partwork, featuring classic Brazilian cars in exact 1/43rd scale, was introduced by Altaya in 2011. A few models of cars from Brazil (Willys Interlagos, MP Lafer) have also been released in European partwork series.