For some reason my Bburago posts are always a bit left field, and what a title! But I mean, what’s not to love about these wonderful 1990s die-cast toy car images… brought to you via catalogues from the Italian manufacturer Bburago and lovingly scanned by your humble TVTA editor. We ain’t no fools, sucker!
Bburago was founded by brothers Mario, Ugo, and Martino Besana in 1976. Hailing from the town of Burago in their native Italy, they combined the letter “B” of Burago with the initial “B” of their family surname to create Bburago. You can see my additional posts for Bburago here. In the meantime, check out my selected scans from the 1991, 1992 and 1994 catalogues featuring the models of the day along with examples from the Die-Cast Metal Kits 1/18 and 1/24 scale range, packaging examples, and key rings!
Love gas-guzzling, environmentally-unfriendly, status symbol, wealth-screaming Ferraris, Alfa Romeos, Porsche, Lamborghini, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz mean machines? Yes but no. They’re cool, design-beautiful, icon-worthy and dripping in pop culture… and at least here they’re only adverts for toys. Enjoy the scans, mostly greenwash-free and saved for posterity 😎
Die-Cast Metal Kits range, 1/18 and 1/24 scale
Models 1991 / 92 / 94
Packaging examples 1/18 and 1/24 scale
Packaging examples 1/43 scale
Keyholders and Special Keyholders range
As always, thanks for looking! Be sure to check out TVTA’s range of vintage die-cast toy cars adverts and catalogues here