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Corgi 1/43 Morris Mini Cooper Mk1 Tweed Grey and Old English White VA02537

Vanguard Va02537 Morris Mini Cooper Mk1, Tweed Grey and Old English White
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Corgi 1/43 Corgi 60th Austin Mini Cooper Mk1 Surf Blue VA02538

Corgi 1/43 Corgi 60th - Austin Mini Cooper Mk1, Surf Blue VA02538
Corgi 60th - Austin Mini Cooper Mk1, Surf Blue
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Corgi 1/43 Mini Cooper S Mk1 Tartan Red & Black VA02539

Corgi 1/43 Mini Cooper S Mk1 Tartan Red & Black VA02539
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Corgi 1/43 Hillman Imp Mk2 Super, Grasshopper Metallic VA02624

Corgi 1/43 Hillman Imp Mk2 Super, Grasshopper Metallic VA02624
The Imp may not have been the sales or financial success that The Rootes Group had hoped for, even in it's best years only 29,000 were sold annually in the UK which was about a third of the cars originaly projected sales. But it was a real drivers car, with its high revving rear mounted light-alloy engine, while the carefully developed all-independent suspension and rack and pinnion steering provided fun but sure footed handling that was much exploited in motorsport.
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Corgi 1/43 Corgi 60th Morris Minor 1000 Highway Yellow VA05808

Corgi 1/43 Corgi 60th Morris Minor 1000 Highway Yellow VA05808
Corgi 60th - Morris Minor 1000, Highway Yellow
The Morris Minor was launched at the 1948 London Motor Show, Britain's first since the cessation of hostilities, alongside another legend the Jaguar XK120. In its original form it used a 918cc sidevalve engine and its headlights were mounted low in the grille. Foreign market legislation forced the lights up into pods on the wings in 1951 and then, when Morris Motors merged with Austin in 1952 to create BMC, the Minor received the Austin-designed 803cc A-Series engine.  This was updated to create the 'single screen' Minor 1000 in 1956. The Minor was Alec Issigonis' first complete car design and possessed extremely surefooted handling which was many years ahead of its competitors.
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Corgi 1/43 Corgi 60th Rover P6 3500 VIP Brasilia VA06519

Corgi 1/43 Corgi 60th Rover P6 3500 VIP Brasilia VA06519
Corgi 60th - Rover P6 3500 VIP, Brasilia
In October 1963 Rover announced their compact 2000 model, often known colloquially by its codename P6. It was an all-new design featuring a unit-construction base skeleton covered by bolt-on body panels, independent front suspension using horizontal coil springs, de Dion rear suspension and four-wheel disc brakes, giving it class-leading dynamics. Its radical exterior and interior styling was by David Bache and its pioneering passenger safety-cell contributed to it becoming the first ever 'European Car of The Year' in 1964. Rover's General-Motors derived all-aluminium V8 was offered as a more powerful option in April 1968, finally giving the P6 the power its chassis had always warranted. Production of the P6 ceased in 1977.
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Corgi 1/43rd Wolseley 6 Rheingold Metallic VA08506

Corgi 1/43rd Wolseley 6 Rheingold Metallic VA08506
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Corgi 1/43 Austin 1800 Dragons Taxi Cardiff VA08908

The Vanguards diecast collection centres around classic British vehicles through the last five decades. Now produced by Corgi the finish on each model is an accurate representation of the original car. With a deep paint luster, and fine details such as wing mirrors and door handles, these models are a pleasing addition to any classic car collector.

Dragon Taxis is the largest private hire and taxi company in Wales with over 450 licenced vehicles and drivers. This model represents their humble beginnings.


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Corgi 1/43 Vanguard Ford Escort Mexico in Chrome Ltd of 612 VA09516

Corgi 1/43 Vanguard Ford Escort Mexico in Chrome Ltd of 612 VA09516
The Vanguards Collectors Club Va09516 Ford Escort Mexico in Chrome.
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Corgi 1/43 Corgi 60th Ford Escort Mk1 Mexico Diamond White VA09519

Corgi 60th VA09519 Ford Escort Mk1 Mexico Diamond White
Ford were determined to win the 1970 London-Mexico World Cup Rally and, after extensive reconnaissance of the arduous 16,000 mile route, works driver Roger Clark suggested they use heavy-duty rally Escorts with simple Cortina 1600GT engines in place of the usual Lotus twin-cams; reliability being more important than performance. It worked, Hannu Mikkola and Gunnar Palm won in 'FEV 1H ' and, quick to see the value of the publicity, Ford launched the Mexico as a production replica of the winner using their rally-proven Type-49 bodyshell and crossflow engine. Built at Ford's Advanced Vehicle Operations facility, Ockendon, Essex, it was launched in 1970 at ?1150, making it the affordable performance car of its era. 

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Corgi 1/43 Ford Escort Mk1 Mexico Electric Blue Monza VA09521

Corgi 1/43 Ford Escort Mk1 Mexico Electric Blue Monza VA09521
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Corgi 1/43 Leyland Princess 2200 HL, Sandglow VA10208

Corgi 1/43 Leyland Princess 2200 HL, Sandglow VA10208
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Corgi 1/43 Hillman Avenger Raw Metal Casting First Shots VA10499

With the Imp failing to sell and Linwood Haemorrhaging money, Rootes needed a simple, popular and most importantly profitable new product to sit below the successful Hunter. Thus the Avenger came into being and was launched in February 1970.By the time it was discontinued in 1981 it was known as the Talbot Avenger.

One of a very Limited Run of 250 Models Worldwide.


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Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri Mk3 3.0, Ghia Oyster Gold, RHD VA10814A

Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri Mk3 3.0, Ghia Oyster Gold, RHD VA10814A
The Capri Ghia modelled was sold new on 30th March 1979 by Invicta Motors of Canterbury, Kent, to a customer in nearby Herne Bay. The luxurious Ghia model came with Ford?s own 3-speed automatic gearbox, power-assisted steering, alloy wheels, sunroof, wing-mounted Ghia crest, rear wash-wipe and Verona fabric trim, which on this example was in ?chocolate?, all fitted as standard. The first owner ticked only one option, metallic paint resulting a total cost of ?5,920. Unusually, he neglected to choose the passenger-door mirror option but one has since been added for safety reasons.
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Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri Mk3 3.0, Ghia Oyster Gold, LHD, German Registration VA10814B

Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri Mk3 3.0, Ghia Oyster Gold, LHD, German Registration VA10814B
The Capri Ghia modelled was sold new on 30th March 1979 by Invicta Motors of Canterbury, Kent, to a customer in nearby Herne Bay. The luxurious Ghia model came with Ford?s own 3-speed automatic gearbox, power-assisted steering, alloy wheels, sunroof, wing-mounted Ghia crest, rear wash-wipe and Verona fabric trim, which on this example was in ?chocolate?, all fitted as standard. The first owner ticked only one option, metallic paint resulting a total cost of ?5,920. Unusually, he neglected to choose the passenger-door mirror option but one has since been added for safety reasons.
VA10814A Photo Shown
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Corgi 1/50 Vanguard Ford Capre Mk3 3.0 Ghia Oyster Gold Car Model VA10814C

Corgi 1/50 Vanguard Ford Capre Mk3 3.0 Ghia Oyster Gold Car Model VA10814C
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Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri Mk3 3.0S, Peppermint Sea Green, 'Autocar Roadtest Car', RHD (UK) VA10815A

Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri Mk3 3.0S, Peppermint Sea Green, 'Autocar Roadtest Car', RHD (UK) VA10815A
The Capri modelled is a Mk2 converted into a Mk3 by Ford for press and publicity work prior to being registered on 3rd January 1978, two months before the Mk3's launch. It is the only peppermint sea green right-hand-drive Mk3 produced as the colour was deleted before true production commenced. After its launch PR duties Ford loaned it to Autocar Magazine for a year-long test where it was run by their technical editor, former F1 driver John Miles. Ford then sold it to Miles' company, WM Developments, where it was used to develop various suspension modifications on the 2.8i and Tickford Capris as well as their powerful 3.2-litre engine conversion which, in 1980, cost ?765.
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Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri Mk3 3.0S, Peppermint Sea Green, LHD (France) VA10815B

Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri Mk3 3.0S, Peppermint Sea Green, LHD (France) VA10815B
The Capri Mk2 of 1974 revised the successful 1969 Mk1 by adding a useful and practical hatchback while retaining the stylish sports coupe's attractive basic outline. The Mk3, launched in March 1978, was a less radical evolution but brought in many detail upgrades the most obvious of which were the partially shrouded twin-headlamps, front-spoiler, wrap-around bumpers and slatted grille. These, combined with the rear-spoiler, lowered the drag coefficient to 0.374, a reduction of 12.6%, and improved both high-speed stability and fuel economy. This made an attractive showroom package and remained in production at Ford's Cologne plant until December 19th, 1986, by which time 324,045 Capri Mk3s of all types had been produced.
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Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri 2.8i Special, Rosso Red VA10816

Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri 2.8i Special, Rosso Red VA10816
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Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri Mk3 1.6 Calypso Cardinal Red & Strato Silver VA10817

Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri Mk3 1.6 Calypso Cardinal Red & Strato Silver VA10817
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Corgi 1/43 Peugeot 309 Gti Mk2 Black RHD Car Model VA11604A

Corgi 1/43 Peugeot 309 Gti Mk2 Black RHD Car Model VA11604A
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Corgi 1/43 Ford Cortina Mk4 Garda VA11908

An Garda S?och?na, the Republic of Ireland's police force, used the Cortina Mk4 extensively because of its reliability and capaciousness.  During the 1970s, Ireland?s government ran a ?Buy Irish? campaign, and because Ford had an assembly plant in Cork they purchased these locally built cars which carried a small green sticker on the rear window proclaiming them to be ?Guaranteed Irish?. 

A 1.6L Cortina was often used as the main district patrol car in rural areas and was worked by a single officer for eight hours, although other officers could be called upon if required.  In cities, where some stations had two cars, the 1.6L would often supplement the main district car, a 2.0L Cortina.


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Corgi 1/43 Ford Cortina Mk4, 2.0 Ghia, Jupiter Red, LHD (Germany) VA11910B

Corgi 1/43 Ford Cortina Mk4, 2.0 Ghia, Jupiter Red, LHD (Germany) VA11910B
The Ford Taunus existed in various forms from 1939 but had always been developed and produced in Germany as a stand-alone product. However, the 1970 Taunus TC was a joint project with Ford's other European subsidiary in Britain, and was, with minor sheet-metal differences, the same as the Cortina Mk3. It was a wholly new design, the dynamics of which were much praised when launched, and featured a new floorpan, suspension and engines. Ford therefore tasked Uwe Bahnsen's team at their styling studio in Merkenich, north of Cologne, with updating the style of the car whilst retaining the same mechanical and structural components. The result, launched in early 1976, was the crisply-styled Taunus TC2.
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Corgi 1/43 VW Golf L Mk1 Series 1 Lofoten Green VA12005



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Corgi 1/43 Volkswagen Golf GTI Mk1 Series 2, Lhasa Green RHD VA12009A

Simon McNamara from Barnsley looked at over twenty Golf GTI MK1s before buying the car modelled on 3rd November 2001 from its first owner, Dr Kenneth Fenwick of Worksop.  Simon was 21 and added to the car's then 80,000 miles by using it every day for a year before embarking on a bare-metal restoration.  He fitted only genuine VW parts and, with the exception of uprated discs and pads, returned the car exactly to the condition it was in late 1982 when it left the factory in Wolfsburg, Germany.  Since restoration the car has won over thirty trophies, been featured in numerous magazines and books, and borrowed by VW UK for promotional work.


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Corgi 1/43 Volkswagen Golf GTI Mk1 Series 2, Lhasa Green LHD VA12009B

VW updated the iconic Golf GTI throughout its life as competitors such as Opel and Peugeot began to catch up with their own hot hatches.  In 1980 they introduced a new 5-speed manual gearbox improving both comfort on the motorway and fuel efficiency.  In 1982 a larger 1780cc engine was introduced adapted from the existing 1588cc engine to create the ultimate Golf GTI Mk1.


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Corgi 1/43 Ford Escort Mk2, 1.3 ghia Astro Silver RHD (UK) VA12607A

Because of the success of the luxurious Mk2 Cortina 1600E Ford realised during the late sixties that profits could be increased by producing luxury versions of their standard cars. This meant that both separate luxury and sporting versions of each model were planned at the initial design stage.
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Corgi 1/43 MGB Pageant Blue VA13004

Corgi 1/43 MGB Pageant Blue VA13004
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Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri Mk1 RS3100 Sebring Red VA13305A

All 250 RS3100s were built at Halewood in November 1973 and were right-hand drive. The UK market received 200 examples and the Australian market 50.
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Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri Mk1 RS3100 Sebring Red RHD (Australian Export Model) VA13305B

While the UK market RS3100s were given a graphics package to match their spoilers and alloy wheels, none of them had badges stating them to be an RS3100, in fact they all had boot badges saying ?Capri GT?. However, the cars exported to Australia had a large RS3100 logo on both spoilers, the front insignia being reversed so it can be read in a driving mirror.
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Corgi 1/43 BMW (E30) Alpina C2.5 Convertible, Brilliant Red VA13700

Engineering student Burkard Bovensiepen began tuning BMWs in 1962 and was so successful that by 1964 BMW were honouring their warranty on cars he?d modified. He created ALPINA in 1965 and by 1968 was running a successful BMW racing team.
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Corgi 1/43 Austin Mini Se7en Deluxe, Farina Grey, The 4th Oldest Surviving Mini VA01316

Corgi 1/43 Austin Mini Se7en Deluxe, Farina Grey, The 4th Oldest Surviving Mini VA01316
Austin Mini Se7en Deluxe, Farina Grey, The 4th Oldest Surviving Mini
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Corgi 1/43 Austin Cooper Launch Brochure Car 50th Anniversary of the Mini Cooper VA02535

The Austin Seven Cooper modelled, is presented as it appeared on the front of the car's original launch brochure. However it never actually existed in quite this form, as new research carried out by The British Motor Industry Heritage Trust and the Mini-Cooper Register has revealed. The picture used on the brochure's front cover was taken at Goodwood in late April 1961 and shows members of the Cooper F1 team, including their young driver Bruce McLaren, preparing the Indianapolis Cooper-Climax T54 whilst a new Austin Seven Cooper is admired. The Farina Grey and Black Austin Seven Cooper used KEL 236, is believed to actually be the Morris Mini Cooper prototype 126 LWL. The number plate was changed specially for the photo shoot. However, the original photographs show the car was fitted with a normal Austin badge, the Austin Cooper badge the car is wearing in the brochure was airbrushed in by the art department as it had not been produced when the picture was taken.


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Corgi 1/43 Austin Allegro Series 2 1500 Special, Reynard Metallic VA04514

Corgi 1/43 Austin Allegro Series 2 1500 Special, Reynard Metallic VA04514
Austin Allegro Series 2 1500 Special, Reynard Metallic
The Allegro modelled was originally purchased from BL dealers Heartlands of Kidlington, Oxfordshire, on 1st February 1977, by Mr J Allen. He kept it for over twenty years and covered a low annual mileage. In 2010 it was acquired by Allegro enthusiast Ian Cole who replaced the damaged engine with one from a similar car and sold it, reluctantly, in 2012. It is now owned by Allegro Club International member John Howard from Warwickshire, who saw the car on eBay and, having once owned a Mini in the same colour, fell in love and bought it on impulse. It has still only covered around 50,000miles and remains in very good, basically original, condition.
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Corgi 1/43 Morris Oxford Series VI trafalgar blue Morris Centenary VA05406

The car modelled here was Winston Churchill?s second Oxford Series VI and is believed to be the last car to carry his name in its log book. It was despatched from BMC?s Cowley factory to dealers Caffyns of Eastbourne on the 23rd March 1964 and registered to Chartwell Manor in Kent on 12th May in his name. The car passed to Sir Winston?s widow, Baroness Clementine Spencer-Churchill, after his death and then to Ruth Clutten who worked for the family. In March 2013 the long-time owners, Arnold Clark Automobiles Ltd, decided to sell the car at Morris Leslie Vehicle Auctions in Perthshire; it was purchased by an anonymous private collector for ?51,000.


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Corgi 1/43 Morris Oxford Series VI, Deep Pink VA05408

Corgi 1/43 Morris Oxford Series VI, Deep Pink VA05408
Morris Oxford Series VI, Deep Pink
The British Motor Corporation was created in 1952 by the merger of long time competitors Austin and Morris leaving many towns with competing dealers franchised to sell only two or three of their now six marques. Chairman, Leonard Lord, devised the concept of 'badge-engineering' the 1959 1.5-litre Farina styled Austin A55 Mk2 Cambridge into five different versions (Austin Cambridge A55 MK2, Morris Oxford Series V, Wolseley 15/60, MG Magnette Mk3 and Riley 4/68) so every dealer had a vehicle to sell to their often brand-loyal customers. The whole range was updated and restyled in late 1961 and remained in production until 1971 by which time over a million of all types had been produced.
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Corgi 1/43 Vauxhall Viva GT, Elkhart Yellow VA08713

Corgi 1/43 Vauxhall Viva GT, Elkhart Yellow VA08713
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Corgi 1/43 Daimler Sovereign Series 1 4.2, Willow Green VA08805

Corgi 1/43 Daimler Sovereign Series 1 4.2, Willow Green VA08805
Daimler Sovereign Series 1 4.2, Willow Green
Jaguar's MD and founding father Sir William Lyons orchestrated the purchase of Daimler from the BSA group by Jaguar Cars in May 1960. Commercially this was a sensible deal as Jaguar needed more factory space, which they got, and Daimler, in comparison, were under utilizing their premises. Jaguar also received the compact 2.5-litre Edward Turner-designed V8 which, when fitted to the Mk2 bodyshell, produced a profitable car different in character to the Jaguar on which it was based. Jaguar was also able to put a stop to Daimler's SP250 'Dart' sports car and its projected replacement which, although modest in comparison, could have stolen sales from the soon to be announced E-type.
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Corgi 1/43 Ford Escort Mk1 Mexico Daytona Yellow VA09520

Corgi 1/43 Ford Escort Mk1 Mexico, Daytona Yellow VA09520
Ford Escort Mk1 Mexico, Daytona Yellow
The Mexico modelled was first registered on 6th March 1972, making it one of the last to have the rear under-floor stone guard, boot-mounted battery and remote brake servo. It was part of a batch of ten cars registered in sequence and then retained by Ford for publicity work and carries a 'PVX' number plate; initials which appeared on many AVO or Boreham-built competition and press cars as PV was the identification code for the East Ipswich registration office. It featured the 'Custom Pack' which included, carpet, centre console and Contour bucket seats. Unusually it was also fitted from new with expensive optional Minilite wheels and the Cibie lamp pack, both of which are reproduced here.
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Corgi 1/43 MGB, 1966 Marathon de la Route, Outright Winner VA10710

Corgi 1/43 MGB, 1966 Marathon de la Route, Outright Winner VA10710
MGB, 1966 Marathon de la Route, Outright Winner
After the Spa-Sofia-Liege rally ended in 1964 due to safety concerns about racing on public roads the event moved to the N?rburgring. The resulting non-stop 84-hour regularity rally was perfect for the robust reliable MGB; meticulously prepared by BMC's Abingdon-based Competitions Department. Two MGBs entered and both crashed badly on the same corner in the opening laps, their drivers caught out by loose-chippings. However, both were nursed to the pits where the ingenuity of Den Green's team of mechanics got them back on track. The more exotic cars gradually failed leaving the metronomic MGs first and second at 72 hours. The Poole/Enever car broke a halfshaft in hour-79 but GRX 307D continued to victory.
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Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri Mk1 1600GT XLR, Fern Green Metallic VA13310

Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri Mk1 1600GT XLR, Fern Green Metallic VA13310
Ford Capri Mk1 1600GT XLR, Fern Green Metallic
The XLR modelled was registered new to Ford Motor Company, Dagenham on 6th October 1969 for publicity work. It was then sold for ?973, a 'discounted price', on 20th November 1969 to Mr C Gillott of Dartford; a fact recorded on paperwork headed 'Receivables Accounting Room, Dagenham, Essex'. He covered over 60,000 miles and kept it until April 1998 when it was sold to Ian Bell of Cumbernauld, who worked on it but rarely used it. In 2009 new owner Mitch Hughes from Oban, re-commissioned it and used it regularly. Since mid 2015 it's been owned and partially restored by Ford enthusiasts Petrina and Peter Westaway, from Devon, as part of their small collection.
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Corgi 1/43 Austin Mini Se7en Deluxe, Blue Lord Austin's Daughter VA01317

Corgi 1/43 Austin Mini Se7en Deluxe, Blue Lord Austin's Daughter VA01317

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Corgi 1/43 Morris Oxford Series VI, Sir Winston Churchill, Smoke Grey VA05406

The car modelled here was Winston Churchill?s second Oxford Series VI and is believed to be the last car to carry his name in its log book. It was despatched from BMC?s Cowley factory to dealers Caffyns of Eastbourne on the 23rd March 1964 and registered to Chartwell Manor in Kent on 12th May in his name. The car passed to Sir Winston?s widow, Baroness Clementine Spencer-Churchill, after his death and then to Ruth Clutten who worked for the family. In March 2013 the long-time owners, Arnold Clark Automobiles Ltd, decided to sell the car at Morris Leslie Vehicle Auctions in Perthshire; it was purchased by an anonymous private collector for ?51,000.


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Corgi 1/43 Morris Minor City of Edinburgh Police VA05808

Morris Minor City of Edinburgh Police

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Corgi 1/43 Rover P6 3500 V8 Scarab Blue VA06520

Rover P6 3500 V8 Scarab Blue
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Corgi 1/43 Jaguar XJ6 Series 1, 4.2 (SWB), Black Tulip VA08620

Corgi 1/43 Jaguar XJ6 Series 1, 4.2 (SWB), Black Tulip VA08620
Jaguar XJ6 KYP 1K is the only example produced in one of British Leyland's most unusual and attractive 1970s colours, Black Tulip. It was ordered in this fetching shade by Mr H.R. Sharland whose wife, it is believed, had an identically coloured MGB. However Jaguar, which had by this time been part of the conglomerate for four years, was famously independent and listed the car's colour in their company records as a 'special order in Roman Purple', although it is, and has always been, BL Black Tulip!
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Corgi 1/43 Rover SD1 3500 Vitesse, Targa Red VA09011

The ?twin-plenum? (TP) Rover Vitesse was built to homologate a more efficient intake system which had been developed by Lotus for motor sport use. It is believed less than 700 were built in total. Rover quoted the same power and performance for the TP cars but owners feel that the larger volume intake pipes, ?wasted valve stems? and other changes improve throttle response and acceleration so TP examples of the SD1 Vitesse are now sought-after.


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Corgi 1/43 Ford Escort Mk1 RS2000 Modena Green VA09522

Corgi 1/43 Ford Escort Mk1 RS2000 Modena Green VA09522
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Corgi 1/43 Leyland Princess 2, 2.0 HL, Snapdragon Yellow, '40th Anniversary' VA10207

The radical looking Harris Mann designed 'wedge' was originally launched as the Austin, Morris and Wolseley 18/22 Series in March 1975 then quickly rechristened 'Princess by Leyland' when British Leyland rationalised their badges. Originally designed as a hatchback, it actually has a traditional boot because BL's planners worried that, with a tailgate, it would steal sales from the older Maxi. Its ride, handling and comfort were praised when launched but its gearbox, engines and build quality were criticised. The Princess 2 of July 1978 addressed some of these issues with new 1.7 or 2.0-litre O-Series OHC units. Almost 250,000 Princesses were produced before it was re-engineered in 1982 into the hatchback Austin Ambassador.
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Corgi 1/43 Triumph TR7 Java Green VA10508

The TR7 was launched in January 1975 in the USA but not until May 1976 in the UK. However, labour relations at Merseyside?s Speke plant were poor (famously 21 workers went on strike because the factory smelt of cats) and the quality of these early cars was at times woeful.
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Corgi 1/43 Ford Cortina Mk4 3.0S, Ford South Africa, Grass Green VA11911

Ford Cortina Mk4 3.0S, Ford South Africa, Grass Green
Different countries require different specifications and in South Africa, where, in the mid-1970s huge distances were still covered on un-made roads, Ford's Port Elizabeth-built Cortina MkIV was offered with the 3-litre 'Essex' V6 as the performance orientated 3000S, which featured stiffer suspension, a manual gearbox and low profile tyres. The 3000S modelled was first registered to Mr J. Stoneham of Kempton Park, SA, in 1977 as BJV 887T. It is believed he was an expatriate British citizen who returned to Britain in June 1985 and shipped it home with him. Subsequently Ireland-based enthusiast Richard Norton owned the car and he sold it to current custodian Kevin Turner from Kent in November 2012.

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Corgi 1/43 Ford Escort Mk2, 1.3 ghia Astro Silber LHD (Ger) VA12607B

This car is supplied with German language packaging and limited edition certificate. Because of the success of the luxurious Mk2 Cortina 1600E Ford realised during the late sixties that profits could be increased by producing luxury versions of their standard cars. This meant that both separate luxury and sporting versions of each model were planned at the initial design stage.
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Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri RS2600 Mk1 Tour de France VA13312

Corgi 1/43 Ford Capri RS2600 Mk1 Tour de France VA13312

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Corgi 1/43 Sir Winston Churchill Collection Two Piece Set WC1002

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