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Bufori is a modern brand of rare automobiles resembling 1930s coupes. The company is owned by Australian brothers Anthony, George and Gerry Khouri. In 1986, Gerry Khouri began work on a hobby, the simple aim of which was to build three special sports cars, one each for the three brothers. Out of this hobby emerged Bufori Motor Car Company.

The Bufori Motor Car Company Pty. Ltd. is a proprietary company limited by shares and registered in Australia as is the Bufori Motor Car Company (M) Sdn. Bhd. is in Malaysia. Originally, all of the manufacturing and sales operations were conducted in Australia. However, as of January 1998 the full production of the Bufori range of sports cars is carried out at the new facilities at Kepong, a suburb of Kuala Lumpur, in Malaysia.

The Bufori Motor Car Company has evolved and developed into a reputable manufacturer of exotic handmade sports cars. Bufori has produced two models to date: The MK II roadster and the MK III coupe. Each vehicle is fully customizable with a base price of US$110,000.

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