472 - Land-Rover Public Address Vehicle


Corgi 472 was launched into the range in 1964 – topically in the same month Harold Wilson narrowly won a general election, becoming Britain’s first Labour Prime Minister for thirteen years.The model remained in the Corgi range for just two short years, ensuring its rarity today.

The casting was based on that of Corgi 438 but given a new plastic moulding at the rear, complete with loudspeakers and a pair of electioneering figures. Rather sensibly, Corgi opted for a non-political ‘Vote for Corgi’ message on the sides! Memorably, the tooling was used again in 1965 with a Chipperfield’s Circus livery. It didn’t go unnoticed that the two figures in this new version (Corgi 487) were of a clown and a monkey! 

SizeLength: 93mm Width: 36mm Height: 67mm

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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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Ian Tomlinson
Rover Address

This Model is absolutely Superb , just as all the other Model's released !! I'm very Happy to own these Fantastic Model's 🙏

Miranda Muise

The shipping over the holidays was terrible. After about a week (I ordered very early December) I emailed to find out why the shipping information was as I had received multiple notifications, but none aligned with the package or could give me information. After emailing and getting short unhelpful responses, I finally got an answer but the package still has not shipped. It is after the holidays and I will have to give my father in law his gift at a later date. I’m very disappointed since collecting these are his hobby and I would love to continue to support the business.

Buck Heard
472-Land Rover Public Address Vehicle

I was looking for some high quality vehicles for my o-scale train layout and came across the Corgi Model Club USA website. I couldn’t have been happier with the diverse offering of vehicles. I have purchased the Impala Taxi, E-Type Jaguar and just received my latest acquisition, the Corgi 472-Land Rover Public Address Vehicle. This is a very unique model that stands out from other vehicles. The giant speakers and figure in the bed of the truck make this vehicle a scene of its own on my layout. The green and yellow colors go together perfectly and were applied well. Graphics were crisp. Im very happy with my collection so far and look forward to picking up more. Thanks Corgi!

472 Land Rover

As with every other release from CMC Outstanding! Well worth the value. Pretty much every release so far is something I already have in my original Corgi collection. But the chance to buy these models new again is too hard to pass up. I'm a fan. You folks do a great job and you can really see the passion that goes in to re-creating the miniature masterpieces!
....and I said all that without bringing up the Batmobile....sorry.

Bruce grabenkort
Land Rover Public Address Vehicle

Well done, Corgi. Thank you for bringing back production on cars and trucks that I could not afford in the 1960's.

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