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These are photos of the actual model available. Remember that these toys are around 50 years old! All models advertised are original, not restored or repainted unless I have stated otherwise.
This is one of the last that I shall be cataloguing and stocking. Released in 1973, the 1:43 range was already on the way out. It is a revision of the surprisingly short-lived 007 Diamonds Are Forever #391 issued in 1972.
This is an excellent version in very attractive green paintwork which suits the car much better than the red. The stickers are a bit cheap and cheerful being peel and stick on types but I suppose they have the advantage of being easy to replace if ever necessary.
On this example they look original although the bonnet one is decidely not stratight!
Doors open and seats tilt but that’s all. Not a lot for what was a Bond car! The same orange-tinted windows are on this model. Apart from the ubiquitous and quite annoyingly cheap plastic tyres, the wheels are nice, Corgi realising that you can still put a decently designed hub on an axles after all.
It does need jewelled lamps and something extra to avoid the bland image which is wrong for a car with the Mustang name. However, so much better than many that it will have shared a stockroom with at the time