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2CV ceramic ornament (square headlight). It's big, measuring 14" X 6" X 6.5" and is a much stronger yellow colour than shows (photos taken on a dull day). It's in as new condition with no chips or cracks. £13 posted.

 

 

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Postage for one or all of the following is £3.

 

Two Corgi 2CVs, one has minor chips to bonnet only, the other also has minor chips to sides and rear. £2 + postage.

 

 

 

Maisto 2CV, again a few minor chips. £1 + postage.

 

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All the following are in excellent condition. All prices exclusive of postage, as it'll vary depending on what/which of them people want - I'll let you know postage costs via PM.

 

Toyota Tercel  1982 gatefold, 80p

 

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AMJRT 1981 range brochure, £1

 

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Land Rover/Range Rover gatefold  brochure, 80p

 

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Maestro launch leaflet, 30p

 

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Mini Marcos 2 sided flyer, 30p 

 

Ginetta G32 price list, single sided, 20p

 

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Some more, again + postage.

 

Chrysler 2 litre, slightly marked on cover, £1.50

 

 

 

Solara April 1980 range brochure £1.30 posted.

 

 

 

Solara September 1981 range brochure £1.30 posted.

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1982 Toyota range brochure, features Starlet, Tercel, Corolla, Carina, Celica, Supra, Cressida & Crown. £1.50 + postage.

 

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1990 Toyota Range brochure with Supra, Celica, MR2, Corolla, Camry, Carina, Corolla, Previa & Landcruiser. £1 + postage.

 

 

Honda Integra brochure £1.20 + postage.

 

 

All in excellent condition. 

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MG Metro gatefold brochure. Slight creasing to spine. Folds out to 4 X A4 size. £1.80 posted.

 

Land Rover Discovery four sided leaflet and price list. £1.80 posted.

 

 

 

Sierra launch brochure, 1982. 31 pages, small crease on bottom right of cover front & rear. £2 posted. 

 

Ambassador brochure. 18 pages with some gatefold sections. Slight creasing to spine. Â£2 posted.

 

 

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Renault range brochure with model specifications leaflet, with 5, 9,11, 21,Espace, 25, GTA, Trafic/Master measures 21cm X 10cm. In excellent condition. £1.30 posted. 

 

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Citroen brochures from 2000, all in excellent condition. Postage extra.

 

C15 Champ, + commercial vehicles price list. £1.20

 

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Xantia (39 pages) + Forte + Dual Fuel + price list. £2

 

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Xsara 14 pages glossy brochure + Forte + price list. £1.30

 

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Xsara coupe (27 pages) + Furio.£1.50

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Saxo, 14 pages. £1.40

 

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Berlingo, 10 pages. 60p

 

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Synergie (31 pages) + price list. £1.30

 

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Car range (14 pages) + price list. £1.50

 

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