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Corgi TY82280 London 2012 Great British Classics Mini 1:36 Scale Die Cast Vehicle
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- 1:36 scale
- Diecast Model
- Decoration inspired by union flag design
- Models themed on iconic British vehicles
- Official Product of London 2012
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Corgi are proud to introduce the first and only die cast collection to be inspired by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, which we hope becomes a lasting legacy of a monumental moment in sporting history. Whether it is a high end, authentically detailed Limited Edition piece or the start of a multi piece ‘collect them all’ series, there is something here for everyone.
The classic Morris Minor was launched in 1948, the year of the last Olympics to be hosted in London. It was designed by Sir Alec Issigonis who went on to design the iconically British Mini.
The first Mini was produced in Longbridge, Great Britain on the 3rd April 1959 with the 5,387,862nd and final Mini rolling off the production line in October 2000. BMW will transport athletes around the London 2012 in 4,000 cars, including the BMW MINI as one of six BMW models to be showcased during the Olympic Games. The world renowned BMW MINI has been produced since 2001.
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Top Customer Reviews
Although it loses one star as I feel Corgi should have at least made this in the UK as it was the British Olympics where there was supposed to be legacies about carbon emissions etc. I just hate looking at a British icon and then looking on the back of the pack and then seeing 'Made in China'. Just a small thing that's all.
Now that the Olympics are over it has gone done significantly in price, so I'd suggest grab the bargain while you can!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worth the money, it was a gift for someone who collects these who hadn't seen this model before..... excellent.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Beautiful little car! Arrived in time and is loved by 3 year old grandchild who is besotted with mini cars.Published 9 months ago by C. Haddock