Corgi VA11801 Vanguards Subaru Legacy RS Turbo Series1 - Black 1:43 Scale Die Cast Car
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- 1:43 scale
- Precision made die cast model
- Presented in a plastic display box
- Includes individually numbered certificate of authenticity
- Comes complete with a miniature history of the vehicle and its engine performance statistics
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The launch of the Legacy in February 1989 ushered in a new era for Subaru. Previously a maker of quirky but tough well engineered cars, marketed on their heritage of aircraft engineering excellence, the Legacy was a larger, faster, and more luxurious product than any previous Subaru. The Legacy’s new four cylinder EJ boxer engines may have retained their traditional layout but were an all new design which would go on to power the Impreza to World Rally Championship glory. However, Subaru’s first ever WRC win was achieved on the 1993 New Zealand Rally by a Legacy driven by Colin McRae and Derek Ringer.
Engine capacity: 1994cc
Maximum speed: 136mph
0-60 mph: 6.9secs
Top Customer Reviews
With this casting, I am genuinely thrilled to have this in the collection. The Mica Black paint job takes a little getting used to at first, but what I like about this is that Corgi have got those gold wheels (Speedlines I believe.....) very right, and also the rear of the car with the square plate panel which is so typical of Japanese cars as well.
The body is in good proportion, and the interior is surprisingly detailed, and dare I say bordering in Minichamp territory......
This is one of the better castings of the recent era of Vanguards, and a welcome addition, capturing those models of significance prominence in the 1990s.
Please note that this is note a toy, and should not be seen as such - it is a collectable scale model!