Welcome to Corgi Die-cast Diaries, an exciting new addition to the Corgi website where every month we will be taking you behind-the-scenes of the Corgi Product Development department, tracking the development of Corgi models often many months before they are released.
In the latest feature packed edition of Corgi Die-cast Diaries, we begin by bringing you an exclusive new Aviation Archive model announcement, in advance of the July-December catalogue range and follow this up by featuring possibly the most historic aircraft in Britain today and how it’s scale representation is just about to be unleashed on the die-cast collecting world. We also have the final instalment of our 2018 South East Bus Festival review and take a look at a fascinating Vanguards related project from 2011 which commemorated the end of a popular BBC police drama series and one of its famous four wheeled stars – it’s time to ‘Fire up the Quattro!’
In a bumper edition of our Corgi blog, we mark the impending 75th Anniversary of the Dambusters Raid, whilst also continuing our celebration of the Morris Minor in its 70th year, something of an affordable classic. We also have an exclusive review of the recent South East Bus Festival, before ending with a die-cast modelling tribute to a classic 1970s punk band.
It’s Corgi Die-cast Diaries time again and in this latest edition, we mark the Centenary of the Royal Air Force by bringing you exclusive details from an Aviation Archive model which was added to the January – June 2018 range so late, it did not even make it into the printed catalogue. We will also be seeing how it is not just the RAF who are celebrating a significant anniversary this year, as one of British motoring’s most distinguished family cars is 70 years old this year. We also have the welcome return of our popular ‘What’s on the desk’ feature, where our readers have the opportunity to view a selection of the latest pre-production models to arrive at Corgi HQ.
In the latest edition of Die-cast Diaries, not only do we have the very latest pictures from our stunning Aviation Archive 20th Anniversary model release, but we are also offering readers the opportunity to have their say on the future of this popular range. This is your chance to let us know which new model tooling you would like us to consider for future inclusion in the Aviation Archive range - details on how you can get involved are included in the 37th edition of our Corgi blog.