Another nicely done model from Corgi. The paint is a semi-flat
black and the various insignia, numbering, and heraldry are neat
and well applied. The nose cone gives me some pause, being composed
of three pieces, and not being as smoothly rounded as the prototype.
This, of course, would be true of all the 110's in the series.
The model has good heft, so it is made up of more metal than plastic,
which alone could make it a winner in a diecast world becoming
more plastic than metal. Hopefully, this should be a big seller
for Corgi, and that they will give us more of the type sooner