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DAIMLER SOVERIEGN 4.2 WILLOW GRN

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1:43 - Corgi 08805 - Die cast car - DAIMLER SOVERIEGN 4.2 WILLOW GRN

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Diecast model car (already assembled)
Scale : 1:43
Box size : 15 x 7 x 6cm

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Die cast car DAIMLER SOVERIEGN 4.2 WILLOW GRN

Jaguars MD and founding father Sir William Lyons orchestrated the purchase of Daimler from the BSA group by Jaguar Cars in May 1960. Commercially this was a sensible deal as Jaguar needed more factory space, which they got, and Daimler, in comparison, were under utilizing their premises. Jaguar also received the compact 2.5-litre Edward Turner-designed V8 which, when fitted to the Mk2 bodyshell, produced a profitable car different in character to the Jaguar on which it was based. Jaguar was also able to put a stop to Daimlers SP250 Dart sports car and its projected replacement which, although modest in comparison, could have stolen sales from the soon to be announced E-type. Following BMCs badge engineering lead, Jaguar produced a Daimler version of their world beating XJ6 which featured Daimlers classic fluted grille and different trim. Combined production of the XJ derived Daimler Series1 and 2was 45,413, roughly a quarter of the types entire output, and the Daimler sold to buyers who might have found a Jaguar just a little gauche in comparison; Daimler being long time holders of the Royal Warrant. Thus the name provided a useful extra income stream for relatively modest tooling investment. At that time the XJ was the most refined saloon car in the world and the revival of Daimlers classic Double-Six badge when the XJ12 was announced in 1972 took Jaguar into direct competition with Rolls-Royce and Mercedes-Benz.    Engine: 4235cc 6IL DOHC Power: 245bhp@5500rpm Torque: 283lb.ft@3750rpm 0-60mph: 8.8 seconds Maximum speed: 124mph Unladen weight: 3703lbs Jaguar and the leaper device are trademarks owned and licensed by Jaguar Land Rover Limited
Reference : 08805

Scale : 1:43
The 1:43 scale is mainly used for automotive miniatures (cars, trucks, fire, etc.). A car in the 1:43 will be 43 times smaller than the actual car. If the car is 4 m long, for example, the miniature will measure 4 inches / 9.3 cm long (400/43 = 9.3). The 1/43 scale miniatures are approximately 1,5 inches / 4 cm in length.

Type of product : Diecast model car
The miniature cars are metal and already assembled. No tools are required. The miniatures are delivered already painted and decorated. You can, of course, paint them a different color. You just can put them on display or play with them..

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Other tags : VA08805 - VA885 - 885

Characteristics

Reference: Corgi VA08805
Box size 15 x 7 x 6cm
Type of productDiecast model car
Scale1:43
Assemblyalready assembled

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