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When it comes to detail and quality, the Buby's Collector's Classics line is without equal. Similar, somewhat, to the vehicles produced by Brooklin Models, the Collector's Classics line is much more affordable and highly coveted by collectors world over. Unfortunately, this Argentinian company is no longer in business so many of these vehicles are becoming increasingly harder to find as the years slip by.

This company, run by Haroldo Buby Malher, was a well known and beloved manufacturer. Malher produced model cars from the late 1950s up to the end of the 1990s, first in 1:43rd scale, and later in 1:64th scale. Although he made scale models of both European and American cars, these were often original cars specially prepared for the South American market and made only in Argentina. The value on many of these vehicles are oftentimes commanding prices far in excess of $100.

-- Updated September 22nd, 2010 --
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1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS Convertible - Green
1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS Convertible - Green (1:43 Scale)
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When the first Camaro appeared in 1967, it was rolled out to pace the famous Indianapolis 500, and two years later it was back once again in convertible form to do the same. The limited edition --of which only 3,675 were made -- was available by ticking the Z11 option which, priced at $37, got you the racing stripes and door decals.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS Convertible - Silver
1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS Convertible - Silver (1:43 Scale)
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When the first Camaro appeared in 1967, it was rolled out to pace the famous Indianapolis 500, and two years later it was back once again in convertible form to do the same. The limited edition --of which only 3,675 were made -- was available by ticking the Z11 option which, priced at $37, got you the racing stripes and door decals.
   
 
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