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Details of Corgi 261 James Bond Car

Car with Box
Car with Box
George's Good stuff
Corgi 261
Corgi 261
John Cruickshank
Corgi 261
Corgi 261
John Cruickshank
Corgi 261
Corgi 261
John Cruickshank
Corgi 261
Corgi 261
John Cruickshank
Corgi 261
Corgi 261
Richard Philips
Corgi 261
Corgi 261
George's Good Stuff
Corgi 261
Corgi 261
John Cruickshank
Corgi 261
Corgi 261
John Cruikshank
Corgi 261
Corgi 261
Menahem Yachad
Corgi 261
Corgi 261
Menahem Yachad
Corgi 261
Corgi 261
Paul Chamberlain
Corgi 261
Corgi 261
Paul Chamberlain

The Corgi James Bond Car. This smaller, 97mm long, version of the car was released in October 1965 and was replaced by the larger No270. This model was awarded of 'Best Boys Toy of 1965'.

The bullet proof shield is released by pressing the exhaust pipes. There minor variations of the front wing vents and rear lights between 2 different castings. The original price was 9/11 . It was available in gold finish at 1:46 scale. Released as Corgi 261 in 1965 withdrawn as Corgi 261 in 1968.

Accessories:

figures, instruction sheet, leaflet

Film and TV:

007, Goldfinger, James Bond

Model features:

bullet proof shield, detailed interior, ejector seat, guns, telescopic overriders

Origin:

Made in Great Britain

Packaging:

card plinth, cardboard box

Vehicle make:

Aston Martin

Vehicle model:

DB5

Vehicle type:

sports car

Wheels:

tyres with tread, wire wheels

Windows:

windows

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  • Thanks to George's Good Stuff
  • Thanks to Göran Ekeroth
  • Thanks to John Cruickshank
  • Thanks to Menahem Yachad
  • Thanks to Paul Chamberlain
  • Thanks to Richard Philips