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    Quote Originally Posted by wampa View Post
    I love vintage die cast models


    Did anybody else have the Matchbox Adventure 2000 vehicles:




    They were great to play with, firing missiles, pop out wings, loved them as a kid
    Fantastic Thread.

    Yes, I had and still have the Adventure 2000 series.
    Still have all the missiles and the wings still pop out.

    Survived my constant use as a kid and both my boys when they were young.

    Fantastic toys.

    Love die cast models.

    I have a few, (hundred) .

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    Does anyone remember Matchbox Sea Kings:

    They had little wheels underneath so you could sail across the floor






    The Corgi reissues are pretty good, some come with the figures:


    But some like the Kojak reissue is just the car:

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    My vast collection, just the one Corgi, the Aston Martin.

    I remember the Odd Job sprang in to the coal fire on my first in the 60s.

    The Matchbox camper and Landrover because I love them, the Lomas ambulance because the factory was where I lived when a boy.

    I like those little Matcbix size Dinky aeroplanes








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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCasper View Post
    My vast collection, just the one Corgi, the Aston Martin.

    I remember the Odd Job sprang in to the coal fire on my first in the 60s.

    The Matchbox camper and Landrover because I love them, the Lomas ambulance because the factory was where I lived when a boy.

    I like those little Matcbix size Dinky aeroplanes








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    Nice collection!

    I can spot Canberra, Lightning, Blenheim, Spits, Comet racer, Panther, Gladiator, Vertol?, Sikorsky? Me110?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    Nice collection!

    I can spot Canberra, Lightning, Blenheim, Spits, Comet racer, Panther, Gladiator, Vertol?, Sikorsky? Me110?
    Meteor, Lightning, Bristol Helicopter, Sikorsky Helicopter, Thunderjet (Schuco, not Dinky), Shooting Star, Sikorsky Clipper flying boat, 'Light Racer' (Comet), Hurricane, Gladiator, Blenheim, Tempest, "Twin Engined Fighter' (ME110).

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    Ok.... here’s some of mine... I’m sure I’ve got some other ones somewhere or other but I can’t find them at the moment. For instance , I know I have a nice original boxed Batmobile somewhere or other and it's really irritating me that I can't find it.



    All original James Bond Toyota 200GT from 1967-1969



    James Bond Aston Martin DB5 from 1966 - car all original but a repro box.



    James Bond 50th Anniversary DB5 from 2015



    A pair of Chevrolet Corvette Stingrays 1963-1968 All original



    Datsun 240Z in East African Safari Rally livery 1976-1979 All original



    Ghia L 1963-1969 All original



    VW Breakdown Truck 1969/1970 All original



    Commer Mobile Camera Van 1968-1971 All original although a fairly tatty box!



    A pair of Commer police vans 1966-1969
    Vans all original but one box is repro



    Commer Constructor Set currently in this configuration but with the option to change to an ambulance and a truck 1963-1967



    Ice cream van 1966 - this is my only refurb - new paint,decals,figures and repro box



    VW European police car 1966-1970 All original



    VW 1200 in East African Safari Trim 1965-1968 All original



    Shado 2 Mobile 1971-1974 All original



    Chipperfields Circus Land Rover with elephant transport 1962-1968



    Chipperfields Circus Bedford Lorry with giraffes 1964-1971


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    Quote Originally Posted by wampa View Post
    Does anyone remember Matchbox Sea Kings:

    They had little wheels underneath so you could sail across the floor






    The Corgi reissues are pretty good, some come with the figures:


    But some like the Kojak reissue is just the car:
    Crikey - I think Iíve got every single one of those sea kings in the garage, definitely venturing out there tomorrow now


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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCasper View Post
    Meteor, Lightning, Bristol Helicopter, Sikorsky Helicopter, Thunderjet (Schuco, not Dinky), Shooting Star, Sikorsky Clipper flying boat, 'Light Racer' (Comet), Hurricane, Gladiator, Blenheim, Tempest, "Twin Engined Fighter' (ME110).
    Thanks, I wasn't sure of a couple and for some reason ignored the Meteor!
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    @Village.

    A fabulous collection!

    Love that they are originals.
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    This thread has proven to be hugely enjoyable......and hugely infuriating!

    Somewhere I know I have the Corgi model of the German Sdkfz half-track rocket launcher with trailer (the trailer held the red missiles for the rocket launcher).

    I went through the shed yesterday convinced that it was in one of the boxes and....it wasn't.

    I had to tell Mrs Gunn that I was having a sort out, so now she's asking me where the stuff to throw out is


    @village - what a wonderful collection. I remember my father bought my brother and I that German Polizei VW Beetle. For years after that whenever we saw a police car as we were driving along we would shout "Polizei!" In fact I think it only stopped after we went on holiday to Llandewi Brefi in Wales.....after which we would intersperse the occasional "Heddlu!" as well.
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    Fantastic, nice one Village.

    I also have the little mobile camera van, or at least I hope I have - I don't recall seeing it for years. My grandmother gave it to me as a birthday present, probably in 1969. That's the first time I've ever seen a pic of another one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    @Village.

    A fabulous collection!

    Love that they are originals.
    Seconded!

    I recall having the Ghia, the VW police car and the Comer TV van
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    The renovated DB5 arrived today



    All fully functional



    Its nice to have one of these again

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    Very nice. Do you have the white Lotus Esprit as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casper View Post
    Very nice. Do you have the white Lotus Esprit as well?
    No, wish I did though. They are very expensive, probably as they are rarer. The gold DB5 was produced in great numbers so lots about and easily restored.
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    I had a fair number of these, all long gone except in my memories.

    Did anyone have the Daktari landrover, with Clarence the cross-eyed lion? I used to love Daktari.

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    Quote Originally Posted by village View Post
    Ok.... hereís some of mine... Iím sure Iíve got some other ones somewhere or other but I canít find them at the moment. For instance , I know I have a nice original boxed Batmobile somewhere or other and it's really irritating me that I can't find it.





    VW Breakdown Truck 1969/1970 All original
    Amazing collection, just to be geeky for a second, the breakdown truck is of a pre 1968 split screen truck, VW changed to the bay window in Ď68. Thatís not to say the model isnt from Ď69 / 70 though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alfat33 View Post

    Did anyone have the Daktari landrover, with Clarence the cross-eyed lion? I used to love Daktari.
    Another one I wanted but never had.

    Wasnt the zebra style paint job on a white American pick up in the series as opposed to a Land Rover?

    >>Update: just found this pic on Google images

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velorum View Post
    Another one I wanted but never had.

    Wasnt the zebra style paint job on a white American pick up in the series as opposed to a Land Rover?

    >>Update: just found this pic on Google images

    Youíre right, Iíd never noticed that! There must be episodes on Youtube but Iíve never gone back to watch them. I donít suppose it has stood up that well to modern sensibilities :).

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    Not a Corgi, but a Dinky, I was hoping to show this alongside the same battered knackered childhood toy I had in the early 70s, its buried somewhere in the kids toy boxes, I found this at a car boot sale some years ago, exactly the same but unused and boxed, was amazing to see it as it would have been new, I still remember losing the torpedoes on mine as a kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfat33 View Post
    I had a fair number of these, all long gone except in my memories.

    Did anyone have the Daktari landrover, with Clarence the cross-eyed lion? I used to love Daktari.
    Excellent - so many people these days don't know the programme Daktari. We've got two Red Burmese cats which are actually a sand colour, just like lions. Therefore we decided to give them lion names. One is (predicatably) Simba, the other I named Clarence - he hasn't got crossed eyes though..... I remember having a Daktari Land Rover when I was a kid but I don't recall ever having any of the figures from the programme.

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    I love all this stuff

    I recently acquired a birdie and Doyle Capri from the professionals

    Looking to add the jag and Capri from Minder

    They arenít cheap - but Iím going to put them on display when I get the box room sorted

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    Just to add my two 'pennorth.

    I'm a child of the sixties so all my toy cars reflect what were the current models at the time.

    Certainly not as immaculate as most, but they have definitely been played with as is their raison d'etre is it not?

    A Corgi Studebaker Golden Hawk and a Dinky Volvo 122S.







    My army vehicles are strangely in much better condition.

    I'll do some more pics if anyone is interested.
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    Love the Golden Hawk

    Theres a very nice looking refurbished one in eBay at the moment - if only I had some spare cash!
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    In addition to the gold 261 that I had in the mid 60's around 1970 I had the silver 270 version with revolving number plates and rear tyre shredders

    1995 saw Corgi re-release a close copy of this as the 96655

    Although there are some rather optimistic prices being asked for these on eBay its still possible to pick up good examples in mint condition including the window box which is also a close copy of the original

    Heres is the one I picked up recently





    By this point all of Corgi's models were being made in China, down to a price and it definitely shows in the quality. The body moulding is inferior to the earlier Britsh made cars - look at the door shut lines and how the fade out and the general lack of sharpness to the detailing. The front machine guns only pop out about 1mm, the rear bullet proof screen is tricky to put back down and the ejector section of the roof is wobbly and wont really sit level.

    A good illustration of why the earlier cars are much higher qualiity. I wouldn't normally bother with one of these but I thought that it would be fun just to have one anyway.

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    I remember having this one but my favourite was a white E type Jag made by Spot-On I think.
    The bonnet lifted and the doors opened to show red seats.
    The others I remember are a Buick Riviera, Ford Cortina Mark 2, Triumph 2000 and a Ford Zephyr, the Dagenham Dusbin model, all by Corgi I think.
    I also had loads of matchbox cars and airfix kits.

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    What a great thread.. thanks for starting

    AS a 60's child I too still have boxes of mine and my brothers old toys in the loft.

    They are all original and some (most) are in a sorry state having been properly played with as a child.

    I also have a couple of large 'TONKA' toys, in particular a dumper truck with hydraulic lifting flat bed, and also a crane.

    I have quite a few matchbox cars, and a number of the popular toys I've seen above.

    I'll have to dig them out over the weekend and take some pics.

    On a side note - does anybody remember the 'Johnny Seven' ??

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    Mrs V kindly let me have this old display cabinet she has been keeping and was fine about me putting it in the living room



    I have in mind picking up more old Corgi's when I spot them going for reasonable prices

    Only enough to fill one shelf at the moment......

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    Picked this 438 LWB Land Rover up for not much

    It hasnt been renovated and the original box is in great shape

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    Gia L6,4 (228)

    Its nice to have another one of these, the last was over 50 years ago

    This one including the box is all original



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    No F1 cars sofar

    Had all four of below, favourite was the no 7 Cooper Maserati, the other one with the rear wing is bit of a made up car think they just adapted the original one so they could include movable steering, if you pushed the driver right/left it steered the front wheels








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    I like the Cooper Maserati best

    A boxed one of those would look good in my cabinet!
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    Below should have been in my last post as well, Lotus 25


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    Looks even better

    Lovely colour
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    Quote Originally Posted by Velorum View Post
    Picked this 438 LWB Land Rover up for not much

    It hasnt been renovated and the original box is in great shape


    I've got a blue of those here - unfortunately it has "Whizz Wheels".
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBKBABAB View Post
    Below should have been in my last post as well, Lotus 25

    Nostalgia is green.
    I can remember having one of those.
    Watching a film about the Krays last night there was a Jag Mk10 in it which I remember having a dinky or corgi of, same beige colour too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RD200 View Post
    Watching a film about the Krays last night there was a Jag Mk10 in it which I remember having a dinky or corgi of, same beige colour too.

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    I've got a Dinky Mk10 ( model 142) here in metallic blue with a red interior.

    The boot opens on it but don't have the suitcase.

    Like this one but but not in the same condition alas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    I've got a Dinky Mk10 ( model 142) here in metallic blue with a red interior.

    The boot opens on it but don't have the suitcase.

    Like this one but but not in the same condition alas.

    It may be that one as I think it was a Dinky.
    As a kid in the 60's the Mk10 looked huge but in reality now isn't any bigger than an XJ6

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    Another one I ordered a while back that has just arrived. I never had one of these back in the 60's but wanted to complete a trio of TV series Corgis - Batman, The Saint and with this The Man From Uncle



    This Thrushbuster has been renovated well and I got it for a very good price at eBay auction. Repro box and Waverley's Ring which is too small and fragile to get even my smallest finger into but looks the part. Possibly the nearest Corgi came to a 'Carry On' double entendre model. If Canesten cream had been on the market in 1965 they could have done a product and marketing tie in especially with the tag line Gunning For Thrush..........

    Napolion Solo looks as though he may have lost at least some of his toupe in the car chase



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    Hereís three more of mine:



    Citroen ĎLe Dandyí Coupe (Henri Chapron body on DS chassis)
    All original model and box
    1966-1969



    Chevrolet State Patrol Car
    All original model and box
    1960-1961



    BAC-SUD Concorde in BOAC livery
    All original model & box
    1976


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    I love the Citroen!
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    Quote Originally Posted by village View Post





    Chevrolet State Patrol Car
    All original model and box
    1960-1961





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    1960 Impala by the looks of it.

    Really nice.
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    Some of the late 50's non suspension models without internal detailing are beautiful things like this 1959 Thunderbird (214)



    I managed to get hold of this near mint unrestored one in original box last week. In fact I have been gathering quite a number of others - just waiting for another two to arrive and I will post some pictures
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    And hereís another one!



    M.G.B G.T
    All original box and model. 1967-79 so quite a wide production window.
    This should have a small suitcase in the boot which Iíll have to track down.


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    I like that Thunderbird and the Land Rover. It's really irritating me that I cannot finding my Batmobile. God knows where I've put it.

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    Corgi die cars from the 1950's and 60's

    Thanks to the lockdown and more time on my hands than usual I have been able to get my collection pretty much how I want it

    Here's a group shot with a framed A4 reproduction catalogue cover from 1963 in the background and the boxes belonging to each car at the sides




    The first four are the original basic models from the 50's with glazing but no internal details such as seats and no suspension


    202 Morris Cowley Saloon 1956 - unrestored with original box




    352 Standard Vanguard RAF Staff Car 1958 - unrestored with original box




    211 Studebaker Golden Hawk 1958 - unrestored with original box




    214 Ford Thunderbird 1959 - unrestored with original box, a birth year car for me and my favourite out of the collection




    218 Aston Martin DB4 1960 - restored with reproduction box, opening bonnet (an innovation for 59 years ago!)




    226 Morris Mini Minor 1960 - unrestored with original box, this is identical to the one my father bought brand new in 1963!




    151a Lotus Mk11 Le mans 1961 - unrestored with original box




    231 Triumph Herald Coupe 1961 - unrestored with original box, opening bonnet




    233 Heinkel Bubble Car 1962 - unrestored with original box, my Uncle George who was a 6'4" policemen used to drive one of these in the early 60's!




    228 Volvo P1800 1962 - unrestored with original box. one the best looking cars ever made in my




    241 Ghia L6.4 1963 - unrestored with original box, opening bonnet, boot and doors - the most expensive car in Corgis range when it was released!




    438 Land Rover 109 LWB 1964 - unrestored with original box




    236 Austin A60 Driving School Car 1964 - restored with reproduction box, rotating the driving school sign on the roof operates the steering mechanism turning the front wheels




    450 Mini Van 1964 - unrestored with original box




    155 Lotus Climax 1965 - unrestored in original box




    …..and finally, this Corgi Model Club enamel badge from the mid 60's

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    Nice collection ^^^^^
    Dont you put the other models you posted in the thread with these or do you keep them separate?

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    You've been having a spend up!

    Nice to see the Studebaker in another colour. I like the T-Bird too.

    I remember having the original catalogue you have framed. Were all the covers the same ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by village View Post
    Nice collection ^^^^^
    Dont you put the other models you posted in the thread with these or do you keep them separate?
    Some are separate, some have gone to my grandsons

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    You've been having a spend up!

    Nice to see the Studebaker in another colour. I like the T-Bird too.

    I remember having the original catalogue you have framed. Were all the covers the same ?
    No they were different with every edition
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    Some of these are lovely.

    I have an early Batmobile like yours but in a rather played-with condition. Needs some TLC. Perhaps now is the time.

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