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Woo! Bloody hell....

 

Erm, so far, can I make enquiries on;

 

1. Metallic Blue Corgi Escort (my Grandad gave me exactly the same one, I've not seen it for a years...

 

2. Beige Corgi Renault 11

 

3. Sierra Sapphire Cosworth Corgi(loosely assembled one)

 

4. Green Polo

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Those of you who havent heard from me - sorry!  I'll try and get in touch before much longer.

 

 

with ref to 4C as labelled by junkmeister- i never knew the sooper cooper came in any other colour than yellow!

 

Here's a better shot.  Don't know if it's perhaps a North American market colour?

 

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Those of you who havent heard from me - sorry!  I'll try and get in touch before much longer.

 

 

 

 

Here's a better shot.  Don't know if it's perhaps a North American market colour?

 

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Is'nt that the woosh and push? Mines yellow.

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Ah bollocks! Thread being bumped has reminded me that there's quite a few of you I haven't replied to yet. Will attempt to do so tomorrow (and might add pics of some Corgi Juniors I found in another carry case)

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Woo! Bloody hell....

Erm, so far, can I make enquiries on;

1. Metallic Blue Corgi Escort (my Grandad gave me exactly the same one, I've not seen it for a years...

2. Beige Corgi Renault 11

3. Sierra Sapphire Cosworth Corgi(loosely assembled one)

4. Green Polo

Bumpage ;)

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Righty - I've finally pulled my finger out of my arse and got back to MOST of you who patiently enquired.  There are private messages in the inboxes of Blakey79, Sierraman, Ultrawomble, Pandamonium, Rainagain, Pillock, and probably others too.  Sorry about the wait.

 

Having thoroughly washed my finger I then proceeded to rake through what I believe is the last of the small ones - all except for a white Majorette Sierra and a red Corgi Nova that I know will be lurking in a box that I haven't dug out yet.

 

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Corgi Juniors first.  Highlights are AMC Pacer, Volvo 200 estate, X1/9, couple of Sierras and mk3 Escorts, SD1, XJ40, Merc 190 and a pair of Leyland Terriers.  Capri is already spoken for.

 

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Inside this very cool Matchbox carry case...

 

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is a selection of late 1980s stuff that I generally took better care of than the older ones:

 

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Rover Sterling, Astra GTE, Saab 9000, Mk3 Cavalier, Nissan 300ZX, Chrysler Voyager, Nissan Prairie mk2 and Audi Quattro my favourites from that lot.

 

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Another awesome carry case

 

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Featuring a mk1 Capri and Renner 4 van amongst the rest.  Once again, all up for grabs!

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Private messages now with those who enquired, thanks.  Sealtainn, the 1/24 scale XR2i is still here, plus some small Corgi mk3 Escorts and one or two Matchbox mk1 Capris, also various mk1 Sierras including my dismantled red Corgi example shown earlier in the thread.  I'll have a look back through everything and let you know if there's anything else Ford-shaped.

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