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  • £21.50

    MG ZA Magnette – Birch Grey


    The MG ZA Magnette was designed by ex-Jowett Javelin designer Gerald Palmer. It made its debut in 1953 to an eager band of MG saloon enthusiasts. The new Magnette shared its Palmer designed bodyshell with the Wolseley 4/44 which appeared at the same time. The Magnette made good use of the BMC 1489cc, B-Series engine which gave this mid-sized family car good performance for its day. It had a graceful four door body style that looked almost Italian from some angles, it featured the traditional MG front grille which was raked to give it an aerodynamic shape to match the rest of the cars design. Inside the Magnette was well equipped and came complete with a semi-octaginal speedo as normally found in MG saloons.

  • £45.00

    Scalextric MGB Roy McCarthy

    Scalextric MGB Thoroughbred Sports Car Series No.40 driven by Roy McCarth. Roy McCarthy and his two sons, Russell and Spencer, formed McCarthy Motorsport using Roy’s knowledge and expertise with MGs. Over the years, the family took hundreds of podiums and class wins across many historic racing championship classes.

    Scale: 1:43

    Manufacturer: Corgi

  • £40.00

    Scalextric MGB 48 Sebring Car

    A great iconic British sports car for the Scalextric classic car enthusiast.  This version is modelled on the team car sent to the USA for the Sebring 12 hour endurance race in 1964.

    Drivers: Jim Adams, Merle Brennan and Frank Morell, 1964 Sebring 12 Hours

    Sebring in 1964 was one of the world top-tier endurance races, part of the FIA Challenge Mondiale and Prototypes Trophy, along with the Targa Florio, Le Mans, and the Nurburgring 1000 km. Two of British Motor Car Distributors team of red, white and blue MGBs finished the grueling 12 hours, an extraordinary achievement demonstrating the competitiveness of the MGB. The car, the Iris Blue #48, consistently lapped the Sebring course in the low four-minute range to come home fourth in class and 22nd overall. Following the race, the car went on to establish a long and successful SCCA racing history. The Sebring parts were carefully preserved, and were passed along with the car to each new owner. The car has since been meticulously restored to its 1964 Sebring configuration.

    Scale: 1:32

    Manufacturer: Scalextric

  • £4.50

    Trackside Morris J2 BMC

    Diecast Trackside Morris J2 1:76

  • £35.00

    1966 MGB Marathon Model

    Scale: 1:43

    Manufacturer: Corgi

  • £24.00

    Spark MG Lola LM 2002 #30

    Scale: 1:43

    Make: Spark

  • £85.00

    Scalextric MG Metro 6R4 Peugeot 205 T16 set

    1986 Rallye Monte Carlo: Peugeot 205 T16 E2 – The 1986 drivers’ championship was won by Peugeot’s Juha Kankkunen, followed by two other “Flying Finns”, Lancia’s Markku Alen and Kankkunen’s teammate Timo Salonen. Peugeot Talbot Sport’s factory 205 T16s under Jean Todt were the most successful cars to compete in the last two years of the World Rally Championship’s Group B era, winning the 1985 and 1986 Constructors’ and Drivers’ titles. MG Metro 6R4 – British drivers Tony Pond, Jimmy McRae, David Llewillin and Malcolm Wilson all drove the MG Metro 6R4 Group B rally cars for the Austin Rover World Championship Team with varying successes in 1985 through to 1987. For the famous Monte Carlo Rally of 1986, Tony Pond was the highest finishing British driver being forced out of the competition following an accident on Special Stage 6 resulting in a 36th place finish. Scalextric Special Features: Digital Plug Ready Easy Change Pick-ups High Detail Magnatraction Working Rear Lights Xenon Effect Headlights

  • £21.50

    MG ZB Magnette

    1:43 Scale MGZB Magnette Varitone available in Ivory/Autumn Red with brown interior, Ivory/ Black with brown interior, or Birch Grey.

    Manufacturer: Oxford Diecast


  • £21.50

    MG ZB Magnette Varitone – Ivory/ Black

    1:43 Scale MGZB Magnette Varitone in Ivory/Black with brown interior

    Manufacturer: Oxford Diecast