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The Corgi Forward Control Jeep FC150. Early version with plain wheels an no suspension. The original price was 3/6 . It was available in blue finish at 1:44 scale. Released as Corgi 409 in 1959 withdrawn as Corgi 409 in 1965.

Corgi 409 with box
Corgi 409 with box

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Corgi 409
Corgi 409

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Corgi 409

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Corgi 409

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Corgi 409 with box
Corgi 409 with box

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Corgi 409 with box
Corgi 409 with box

Peter Leach

Corgi 409 with box
Corgi 409 with box

Peter Leach

Corgi 409 with box
Corgi 409 with box

Peter Leach

Corgi 409 with box
Corgi 409 with box

Peter Leach

Corgi 409 with box
Corgi 409 with box

Peter Leach

Corgi 409 with box
Corgi 409 with box

Peter Leach

Base:

blue painted cast base

Model features:

tow hook

Origin:

Made in Great Britain

Packaging:

cardboard box

Vehicle make:

Jeep

Vehicle model:

FC150

Vehicle type:

pickup, utility vehicle

Wheels:

flat spun hubs, shaped spun hubs, spare wheel, suspension, tyres with tread

Windows:

windows

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Contributors

Thank you to the following contributors of images and or information for this page.

  • Thanks to Graham Williams
  • Thanks to Peter Leach
  • Thanks to Ronald Ochoa