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Type Fighter
Corgi item no. AA33015
Production run 1254 of 1500
 












 
Photographs Copyright © Collin Riley 2005-2013
Corsair MkII, JT590, 1842 Sqn, Royal Navy (FAA), HMS Formidable, August 1944

Aviation Archive. Str-e-t-ch it out, str-e-t-ch it out, st-r-e-t-ch it out Corgi. You can get a lot more runs out ot this mold. It's sort of like the P-40 mold, or the Mosquito mold, or even the Hurricane mold (if you squint): There's just no end in sight (I hope).This model has all the traits of Corgi's best efforts, including well applied paint and good assembly. We'll probably see more of these clipped-winged Corsairs, since we all know that Corgi wouldn't waste the effort on a one-off. So, looking forward to some more (assuming, of course, I can continue finding storage space in the model room).

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