Matchbox Super GT
Matchbox Super GTs were introduced in 1986 as a budget range, based on earlier Matchbox castings from the 1970s, but with opaque windows, no interiors, and no opening features. There were 20 models in the range, each of which was available with two different styles of tampo print, making 40 basic variants in total, each with its own 'BR' (Budget Range) number. In addition, there were many different colour and wheel variations. Production of the Super GT range was initially in England, but moved to China; these were the last Matchbox diecasts to be made in England. The range was withdrawn after 1988, but some models were re-issued in 1990 as 'Neon Racers'.