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Corgi James Bond Aston Martin Dicast Car

 Special Agent 007, James Bond

Austin-Martin D. B .5. Number 261

… was modeled and based on the car driven by James Bond in the movie “Goldfinger.” Box is marked – Copyright Glidrose Productions Ltld & Danjaq S.A. 1965.

Produced in Great Britian by Play Craft Toys LTD., London in 1965, this gold colored Corgi comes ‘action packed’ with the followig features:

  • James Bond Figure
  • Bad Guy Figure (Removeable)
  • Retractable Machine Guns (on front)
  • Opening Roof
  • Operational Ejector Seat
  • Rear Bullet Screen
  • Telescopic Over-Riders
  • ‘Secret’ Instructions
  • Length: 3-7/8″

Just a point of information, if you’re trying to locate value prices on Corgi cars, remember that most price guides only show values for items ‘Mint in Box’.


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Posted in Corgi and Diecast and Vintage Toys 7 years, 9 months ago at 4:28 pm.


2 Replies

  1. chris Apr 5th 2010

    Hi. I have one of these I received as a kid in about 1967. And it was played with a lot by an eleven year old, All the parts still work and I still have the ejection man. It does show some wear but everything still works, Could you give me any approximation of value. It would be appreciated,

  2. Hey Chris,
    Without actually seeing the car or a picture of it, and based on your description of being ‘played with’ and having all parts, if I had it in my shop my asking price would be between $65-85.00. – David