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The Corgi James Bond Aston Martin. This was a larger and later, February 1968, version of the original model no 261. A modified version without the revolving number plates was released in 1976. This in turn was replaced by C271 a 1:36 scale model. Then 271/1 and from 1991 No.94060 and from 1993 No.96445, From 1994 the model No was 94060 then in 1995 a Corgi Classic No.96657. A 1:43 scale model was re-released in 1995 as No9655 and a special edition No.96656. There have continued to be various editions each with a new number. It was available in silver, gold finish at 1:43 scale. Released as Corgi 270 in 1968 withdrawn as Corgi 270 in 1976.

Corgi 270
Corgi 270

Ken Furnevel

Corgi 270
Corgi 270

George's Good Stuff

Corgi 270
Corgi 270

Ken Furnevel

Corgi 270
Corgi 270

Ken Furnevel

Corgi 270
Corgi 270

Ken Furnevel

Corgi 270
Corgi 270

Salvador Ferrero

Corgi 270
Corgi 270

Ronald Ochoa

Accessories:

figures, leaflet

Film and TV:

007, Goldfinger, Green Hornet, James Bond

Model features:

bullet proof shield, detailed interior, driver, ejector seat, guns, opening roof, rear tyre slashers, revolving number plate, telescopic overriders

Origin:

Made in China, Made in Great Britain

Vehicle make:

Aston Martin

Vehicle model:

DB5

Wheels:

suspension, tyres with tread

Windows:

windows

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  • Thanks to George's Good Stuff
  • Thanks to Göran Ekeroth
  • Thanks to Ken Furnevel
  • Thanks to Ronald Ochoa
  • Thanks to Salvador Ferrero