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Corgi Toy Factory - 1960


Neat video showing this Corgi toy being produced:

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The toy cars are neat but can you imagine doing that for a living until you retire. I had a few Corgi's and a few Match Boxes but HOT WHEELS were the real one and only toy cars going. Above and beyond all others. Cheers. 



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I don't know George, I'd find that trimming of flash to be very satisfying...for a day. Maybe.

Thanks for the vid great Todd. I'm a Matchbox guy though.



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I had hundreds of Matchbox models when I was a kid and a few Majorette's, Tomica's and Hotwheels (and early Corgi Jr's - the later ones (1975 on were crap-no detail). The larger Corgi's were prices out of my $1.00 weekly allowance and were only available to me as birthday gifts. The big Corgi's had so many details and moving parts.


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