327 - MGB GT


A popular marque in both the UK and the USA during the 1960s and 70s, the Corgi range featured surprisingly few MGs. This MGB GT, produced between 1967 and 1969, is a notable exception.

With doors and a tailgate that opens to reveal a detailed interior with folding seats, the icing on the cake was a miniature suitcase in the boot – an item that is frequently missing from original examples. Whereas the suitcase came in either brown or black, the car itself was only available in red with a pale blue interior.

It was given wire wheels – a classic and desirable feature on actual MGs – yellow jewelled headlights, chrome front and rear bumpers and an accurately replicated MGB GT badge on the tailgate. The tooling was later utilised for Corgi 345 – a 6-cylinder MGC, which explains that model’s additional bonnet bulge!

Size: Length: 88mm Width: 37mm Height: 30mm

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Customer Reviews

Based on 28 reviews
I have the original

Not true about the color. Mine is yellow with black hood, tailgate and suitcase. My dad got it for me in the 60's in the Soviet Union


Bought it as a gift for a long time Corgi fan and really wanted to see the doors and hatch open and close but he wouldn’t let anyone touch it!

Great detailed model.

Really nice MG GT. Very well assembled and painted. Great detailing with opening doors and hatch. The seats tilt forward and the suit case is a nice touch.


Excellent craftsmanship and details; opening doors, hatch, suit case, etc.!*The attached car history was a pleasant surprise. Safety Fast

Michael Timchak

Beautiful model

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