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Corgi’s Chevy Impala must be included in any list of the most iconic 1960s diecasts. And the ’59 Impala is one of my personal all-time favourite motors so this replica had to be bought. And what a beauty it is, a perfect reprise of the second type Corgi Impala – the one with the body casting in two parts. Introduced in 1965 as an update of the earlier No 221 and in the range for just one year, this is a relatively scarce Corgi and a brilliant choice for the Club to model. As with other Club issues, it is a superb replica and the thrill of having a brand-new Impala to admire (and play with) half a century later more than justifies the modest outlay. The hat is raised, folks. And I’m looking forward to the Fire Chief version.
Hi I was very happy with my interm 007 car and it took me back 56 yrs since held my last 007, then I see the same car on line for lower price 20.00 euros cheaper then what I purchased so Im now thinking about not going to invest in any more Corgi cars. A Sorryed customer
Just a lump of metal, no opening doors or bonnet, a waste of money
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Great model ,when are we going to get bat mobile
Love it and them all so far what I go . And looking forward to more in the collecting. Thanks