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Corgi 325

details of this model... Corgi 325 Picture thanks to Ronald Ochoa

A Century of Cars (Corgi)

A fornightly magazine partwork each with a Corgi or Solido car published by Hachette in 2004/5

[1-14] [19-19]

Corgi

Corgi toys were introduced in 1956 by Mettoy Playcraft Ltd. They were made in Swansea. Corgi toys often included innovative features not available from other makers at the time. The Corgi toy era ended in 1983 though the name lived on as Corgi Classics, part of Mattel.

[GS2-GS5] [GS6-GS9] [GS10-GS13] [GS13-GS20] [GS20-GS26] [26-GS31] [GS33-38] [GS40-GS46] [GS47-54] [54-J58] [59-71] [72-104] [C104-150] [150S-153] [154-159] [160-169] [170-202] [202-205M] [206-210S] [211-215S] [216-224] [225-234] [235-246] [247-258] [259-265] [266-272] [273-281] [281-291] [291-300] [300-303S] [303-306] [307-312] [312-317] [318-322] [322-329] [330-338] [338-343] [343-349] [350-355] [356-374] [375-382] [382-386] [387-396] [397-405] [405-409] [411-416] [416-421] [421-425] [426-433] [434-437] [438-447] [447-454/1] [455-461] [462-471] [472-482] [483-492] [493-499] [500-512] [513-609] [611-701] [702-804] [805-904] [905-927] [929-1102] [1103-1108] [1109-1118] [1118-1128] [1128-1140] [1143-1152] [1153-1160] [1161-1222/2] [1223-1311] [1311-1364] [1401-1502] [1503-2028] [2030-04901] [TY04902-53455] [56198-94030] [94140-99662]
Collectors Model[0-0]
Corgi Cargoes[1485-1488]
Corgi Cargos[1490-1490]
Corgi Classics[C200-469]
Corgi Club[Badge-Badge]
Corgi Kits[601-608]
Corgi Major[GS12-1117] [1120-1170]
Corgi Silverstone Kits[603-1504]
Corgi Trucks[874-1167]
Fighting Machines[CS90024-CS90250]
Forgotten heros[51008-51008]
Limited Edition[C578-C578]
limited edition[75406-LN-75406-LN]
Limited Edition[DG176020-DG176020]
Mobil collection[?-2326]
promotional model[?-32-076] [32-077-32-101]
Qualitoys Turbine Series[Q701-Q703]
Readers Digest promotion[202M-202M]
Series 60[282-282]
special edition[GS1 C-1146]
St Michael[314-314]
The Definitive Bond Collection[04401-65102]
The Sixties Cameo Collection[?-?]
Turbine Truck Series[Q702-Q702]

Corgi Classics

Introduced in 1964 Corgi Classics were designed for collectors. The range was discontinued in 1969 though the name was reused in the 1980's.


[CCC-865] [D957-08006] [9001-9041] [22501-96745] [96752-96848] [96850-97970] [98104-98756]
Archive Corgi[20202-20202]
Corgi Classics[9012-9012]
Corgi Originals[57403-57403]
Hauliers of Renown[12514-12514]
Heavy Haulage[?-?]
Limited Edition[?-09761]
limited edition[19401-19401]
Limited Edition[24501-97914]
promotional model[67903-67903]

Corgi Cubs


[R500-511]

Corgi Junior

In 1970 Husky models were relaunched as Corgi Juniors.

[?-?] [?-4] [5-8] [9-12] [12-15] [16-19] [19-22] [22-26] [27-30D1] [31-33] [34-39] [39-43] [44-48] [48-52] [J54-59] [59-64] [65-72] [72-78] [78-83] [84-89] [90-99] [99-112] [114-129C] [131A or 136A-148] [151-178] [179-223] [1003-E2527] [E2529-3101] [56179-90580]
Best of British[8-D3-10]
Corgi Junior Twin[2516-2516]
Corgi Super Juniors[2004-2006]
Super Juniors[E2008-E2011]
Twin Pack[2503-2503]
Wild West[108-122]

Corgi Qualitoys

A range of models made from 1969 designed for young children.


Turbine Truck Series[701-712] [714-715]

Corgi Rocket

In late 1969 Corgi Rockets were introduced with a seperate removable chassis and a Golden Tune-Up Key.


[?-908] [909-922] [923-1929] [1977-1977]
Corgi Rocket[1-1]

Husky

Husky toys were introduced in 1964 by Mettoy Playcraft Ltd to compete with Matchbox. All the early Husky models had chrome plated plastic bases with suspension and grey plastic wheels. They were renamed Corgi Juniors in 1970.


[?-6] [6-11] [11-16] [17-22] [22-28] [29-38] [39-1003] [1003-3006]
Husky Major[2002-2004]