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Corgi Rover 3500. £1 + postage.

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Corgi Duckhams Escort Mk 3 £1 + postage.

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Corgi Junior Whizz Wheels Fire Chief Mk 1 Capri. £2 + postage.SOLD

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 UK postage £3.

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Some more, as ever postage (UK) is £3 for one or more. Outside UK, let me know.

 If you need any more information (or photos) just ask. 

Firstly, the Executive car park. Mercedes 300SE (with opening boot lid) is £1.40. The others are £1 each.

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Coupes, 50p each.

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The Majorette collection, 50p each. Both Mercedes convertibles have a cracked windscreen in the same place.

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Moving on to working vehicles/4X4s. 50p each except for the Superkings Plymouth Trail Duster at £1.00.

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Vans. 80p for the LWB Transit, 50p for the others, although if anyone wants all three Chevy vans as one lot I'll do them for £1,00.

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Oversize stuff, 80p each, except for the Superkings green Porsche which has a cracked A pillar so 60p. The truck is an Ertl.

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Egg's purchases claimed and paid for.

All of the following 50p + postage, except for the Kangoo for £1.

Welly Mercedes C180 and bus, both in Lufthansa livery. Narrow wheeled Matchbox no.66 Greyhound  bus.

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 Matchbox Baja Buggy, no. 13 & Hot Wheels Meyers Manx

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Majorette Renault Kangoo, Corgi Pointers Transit.

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Welly and Corgi Jeep CJs.

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Lesney Euclid Truck No. 6

Dump Truck no. 28 SOLD

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Postage rates as above + prices below.

The Poppa Wheelie Regal van is in mint condition SOLD. 60p each.  

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50p each for the next set - some poorly repainted. 

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80p each for the next lot, except for the MG 1100 SOLD which is in very good condition (and has the driver and dog leaning out of the window)  at £1.30.

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90p for the HotWheels Jaguar Mark X (near mint condition), 50p for the others. 

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80p for the green Ford, 50p for the red Porsche (rear axle is bent).

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50p total for both of the Ford GTs which need restoring. SOLD

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Matchbox Superfast no. 34 Vantastic £1 + postage

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Corgi Juniors Whizzwheels GP Buggy, 30p + postage

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Corgi  Whizzwheels GP Buggy, 50p + postage

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Corg MAN fuel tanker £1 + postage

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Postage £3 in UK.

 

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Lesney Matchbox Superfast Land Rover Safari no,12. Needs front Superfast wheel set. 50p + postage. SOLD Postage £3, unless for the Minix on its own. 

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2 X Group C racers, one laser wheels. £1 + postage for both. 

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Minix Triumph 2000 1:76 scale "Lowrider" because the axles are pushed into the body. 60p + £1.50 postage. 

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Botoy Fire Chief. Untested with batteries, tested with meter and no continuity. Base can be unscrewed. Cosmetically in excellent condition. £5.90 posted.

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