Topic: Dia Cast Argentina
Galgo Die Cast Only made in Argentina. Galgo is not a houshold name for diecast cars and Argentina is seldom thought of as a toy car producer. Actually, Galgo and Argentina have done more for the toy car collecting community than is generally known. Argentina's best know diecast cars came from Buby but Galgo, Muky and others have contributed many great toy cars. Galgo produced toy racing cars and other toys in the 1970's and 1980's. Little company history is available but Galgo diecast were sold in many countries. From the cars shown here, it is clear that Galgo diecast were focused on racing. Formula 1 and GT racing cars were produced along with some local racers like the Argentine-produced Ford Falcon. Galgo also made the little known series "Aquilas del Aire" die cast made in Argentina in Box with window, box a bit banged around, but item in excellent condition never used, ....... Manufactured by Galgo Very Rare Serie Aguilas del Aire Zero M-702, Messerschmidt, Aviojet C-101, Avicar C-212, Cessna 210, Cessna 402, lear Jet 36, Boeing 747-M, Fokker-UFW F-27, Super Mirage 4000, .......... All Galgo models have die cast bodies and plastic bases. Often the base wraps around into the body. Galgo models are also distinguished by realistic racing graphics and logos. ( Planet Die Cast ) Welcome to The Buenos Aires Toy Museum. The Buenos Aires Toy Museum is a world made out of dreams, desires, memories and illusions, yours and mine, that belong to anyone that once was a child. Because in the end, playing is a way of building bridges between reality and fiction; its the possibility of taking yourself to an imaginary world, while being awake. Toys, therefor, are the raw material for these bridges. This website opens its doors to everyone that wishes to take part on this amazing journey. We welcome kids and adults, amateurs and professionals! When I was a child,- may be not a child, but that’s the way I remember it- I read a story about a child who traveled to a Toy country where he met all his favorite fairy tale characters with which he went through the most fabulous adventures. While working to develop this project I feel like I’m inside that story… ‘cause dreaming its not only a matter of kids, and though we can’t stop time’s going by, our illusions shouldn’t be lost in the vortex of “adult lifestyle”. Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1996 Flor Rodriguez, Editer and Toy Museum Team from 1996 to 2006. Bob Frassinetti 2007 - 2018 Copyright, all things Argentinean.