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Corgi 302 Hillman Hunter Rally

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Corgi 302 Hillman Hunter Rally

Ref: 36437

Good. Unboxed

Price: 39.50

This is a model of the car which against the odds won the 1968 London to Sydney Rally. The Hunter was a rather ordinary family car introduced by the Rootes Group in 1966 under the Hillman brand. Rootes were taken over by Chrysler in 1967, and the baseplate of this model bears both the Rootes name and the Chrysler logo.

The Corgi model is quite an accurate representation, in the correct blue, black and white colours. The grey interior includes a roll bar. The numerous decals are in excellent condition, and include the correct registration and racing numbers. Bonnet decals include autographs of the winning team, including Andrew Cowan the Scot who drove the car to victory.

The front of the car has four jewelled headlights and a 'roo bar with additional central lamp. At the rear are the footplates used when bouncing the car out of soft ground. In the rood is a searchlight, spare wheels and a tool box which opens to reveal silver-plated tools. As with many Corgi models of the period this car has Golden Jacks which support the car and allow the wheels to be removed and changed.

Paintwork is in good condition with light wear. The side labels are worn, and one is absent. There also should be a plastic kangaroo with this model, but it appears to have hopped it!

Scale: 1:43
Length: 108mm.
Approx Years: 1969 - 1972
Condition: Good. Unboxed
Shipping Weight: 175g

302 Hillman Hunter Rally

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