324 - Marcos 1800 G.T. with Volvo Engine


$45.99

With opening doors and bonnet, this feature-packed model was introduced into the Corgi range in 1966. It stayed in production for just three years and was issued in either white (with a red interior) or blue (with a pale blue interior).

The white version featured green bonnet stripes and the blue version white stripes. The wheels were classic Corgi spokes and the bonnet lifted to reveal a detailed silver-painted Volvo engine. Of particular note for a Corgi Toy of this era, the inside of the doors were given trims that match the colour of the interior. All versions came with a driver figure – which we have faithfully replicated. As per the original, we have issued this model with racing numbers 2-9, which one will you receive?

SizeLength: 93mm Width: 40mm Height: 26mm

Scale:  1:44

All our Corgi Toys replicas are authentic and faithful to the originals and come with their own numbered certificate of authenticity.

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We are Corgi Toys fans, just like you!

We’re fans, first and foremost. The Corgi Model Club Online Shop is where we can show off our fantastic re-issue models that launch every month and add to our growing collection of gifts for those wanting to re-live special childhood memories. At Corgi Model Club, we believe that if it’s not something that ignites your passion, then it’s probably not something worth doing in the first place.

This approach to business drives everything we do in researching, creating and promoting these fantastic diecast models. We work closely with Hornby PLC every step of the way to re-create products that our collectors are proud to own.

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