Anybody fancy reviving our youth and having a race on the floor? we can make our own brum brum noises or I can play a cd hehe
I owned a Mark 1 XR2 back in the early 90's. It was my first decent car after a couple of Minis (the proper real ones, not the BMW fakes). I loved it and it was a good car when compared to what else was around at the time. Moved on to a 205 GTI which of course was way more fun... A family man now with an SUV. Expensive and boring :(
I learned to drive in one of these, probably a smaller engined one. I remember my driving instructor telling me that the car was great for learners because it could drive uphill in first without any throttle at all. I passed first time but was never keen on buying one, in fact I hated the horrible tin can construction. I soon after bought a brand new car, an Austin Maestro, as recommended by Autocar & "Which" magazine. Well things change ya know and the Fiesta did improve vastly after the passage of many years and umpteen total redesigns. This model though is of the crap tin can original and probably made of as much quality steel as the full size one had, so in that respect it is HOT!
That's because Redbull gives you wings
Monkey plane,Dont call people moron,just cause your a know it all.??????? You don't know if that person has word blindness, I have.due to my brain tumour ,an epilepsy, I bet you haven't anything wrong with you,that's why your so Rude.
Posted 26th Mar 2015Posted 26th Mar 2015
Corgi A4 "Bittern" In LNER Garter Blue. Half Price at £14.99+£4.98 Delivery (free if spend over £30)£19.97
Corgi model of A4 Bittern. Same A4 class locomotive as the more famous Mallard. Half normal price. Free next day delivery if you spend over £30. They also have other train models at the same…
COLD you can get a brand new real size Corsa for less!
After not hearing or seeing anything about a Astra GTE for years, just this afternoon I went on ebay to see how much the 16v alloys and the LCD dashboard are going for, to see if its worth me selling my set. They are the exact same ones that are on the model with centre caps.
Even though it's a toy I'd still get a tracker fitted to avoid twoc'in
got to be one of my fave cars in the 90's! The corgi toy does not do it justice
Posted 20th May 2012Posted 20th May 2012
Save £50,000 buying an Olympic Torch on eBay - £9.99 + £4.95 P&P buy a mini one for a tenner from Corgi!..£9.99
Link to a youtube video of mine in about the 14th post!.. Not a deal as such but these are great value - already selling for around £25 on eBay. Went out of stock on Amazon and John Lewis re…
Second edition now launched due to the popularity of the first, I love mine! http://www.corgi.co.uk/shop/london-2012-games/london-2012-olympic-torch-model/gs61901a-london-2012-olympic-torch-2nd-edition/
Have now bought a real one in eBay to go with the little one. Didn't pay £150,000 - or even £10,000 - but did pay a fair amount. What do you think is an acceptable price for a torch?
Amazon will receive stock in about on week's time, Next also have these in stock, Corgi website now sold out.
I'd rather buy an A4 photo from Ebay... It's only at £1200.00 with 2 hours to go!! :0 Olympic Torch PHOTO