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Details of Corgi 341 Mini Marcos GT 850

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The Corgi Mini Marcos GT 850. fitted with take off wheels It was available in met maroon finish at 1:43 scale. Released as Corgi 341 in 1968 withdrawn as Corgi 341 in 1970.

Base:

cast base, grey painted cast base

Model features:

detailed engine, detailed interior, opening bonnet, opening doors

Origin:

Made in Great Britain

Packaging:

windowed box

Vehicle make:

Marcos

Vehicle model:

GT 850, Mini

Vehicle type:

sports car

Wheels:

golden jacks, removable wheels, take off wheels, tyres with tread

Windows:

windows

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