Matchbox 2010 #20 ~ ’54 Jaguar XK 120SE

Excellent die-cast model; Sealed on card.
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Corgi ~ James Bond Film Cannister 8pc Gift Set

The James Bond movies have thrilled audiences worldwide for more than 4 decades. The gadget-laden Supercars have played an integral part in the screen success of the worlds most famous secret agent. Here as a tribute to all the fans Corgi have put together a collection of 8 of the best and most popular vehicles from this movie phenomenon.
Awesomely cool Special edition set of eight 1/64 scale die-cast vehicles in a collectable circular film-reel-type tinbox; Rare; Very collectable.
Rolls Royce, Aston Martin DB5, Little Nellie Gyrocopter, BMWZ3, Aston Martin Vanquish, Jaguar XKR, Space Shuttle & Lotus Underwater.
*************  RM 275.00  **********

Johnny Lightning Austin Powers ~ SHAGUAR

The Austin Powers series is a series of actioncomedy films written by and starring Mike Myers as the title character, directed by Jay Roach and distributed by New Line Cinema. The franchise parodies numerous James Bond, Derek Flint, Jason King, and Matt Helm films, characters, and video games, incorporate a myriad of other elements of popular culture and follows the British spy’s heroic quest to bring the villain Doctor Evil to justice.

The films poke fun at the outrageous plots, rampant sexual innuendo, and one-dimensional stock characters characteristically associated with 1960s spy films, as well as the cliché of the ultra-suave male superspy. Contrary to the handsome, super-smooth leading men of the James Bond genre, Austin Powers is not characterized as being conventionally attractive (he is especially known for his bad teeth), although female characters in the films seem to find him irresistible. (taken from Wikipedia)

Outstanding die-cast model; Beautiful & Unique design; Limited edition; Highly collectable; Rare; Carded.
***********   RM 70.00  *********

Corgi Classics ~ Jaguar 2.4 "Inspector Morse"

  • As seen on ITV. At 8pm on Tuesday 6 January 1987 ITV viewers saw a gleaming burgundy Jaguar 2.4 registration number 248 RPA, being driven onto the forecourt of a garage. The man behind the wheel was Chief Inspector Morse and this was his first outing on television. As a series Inspector Morse has proved to be a smash hit.
  • superb die-cast model; outstanding color & details; Highly collectable; boxed.
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