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TALBOT SUNBEAM de CORGI / VANGARDS au 1/43°

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zebest1
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par zebest1 » 25 Jan 2010 13:58
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voitureminiature a écrit :Elle vient de quelle collection STP?

le modèle Ixo RAC192 est prévu pour le 01/04/2010. (voir http://forum.campeugeot.fr/viewtopic.php?t=3593)

Ce modèle est également prévu chez CORGI / VANGUARDS :

dans la collection Colin McRae motorsport :

Réf. VA11300 : TALBOT SUNBEAM Ti 1600cc #20 – Group A, Scottish Rally Championship 1986, Colin McRAE - Nicky JACK
prévue pour février 2010 :
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Colin McRae was Britain’s most successful rally driver, winning the World Championship in 1995 and taking victory in 25 World Championship events. Colin’s flamboyant, sideways driving style, whether on the snows of Sweden, the rocky unforgiving roads of the Acropolis or on the ultimate challenge through the Sahara on the Dakar, endeared him to fans and rivals around the world.

Colin McRae Motorsport Ltd & Corgi have teamed up to produce a collection of 1:43 scale die-cast replica models as a lasting memorial to Colin McRae MBE. The full collection of 14 models will be released between 2009 and the end of 2011.

Having competed in his first rally, the 1985 Kames Stages, in a borrowed Hillman Avenger, Colin was eager to go rallying regularly so sold his autotest Mini and paid £850 for the Sunbeam modelled here. The car’s first event, the Galloway Hills Rally in December 1985, ended in a tree so the winter was spent repairing the bodyshell and fitting a new engine so as to be ready for an assault on the 1986 Scottish Rally Championship.

With co-driver Nicky Jack, Colin entered eight rallies, finished six, came eighteenth in the Championship and was awarded a Jaggy Bunnett Flying Brick for being the year’s ‘hardest trier’.
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par zebest1 » 25 Jan 2010 14:23
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après les voitures de rallye TALBOT SUNBEAM Ti, les autres :

chez CORGI / VANGUARDS en 2010 :

Réf. VA11301 : TALBOT SUNBEAM 1.3 / Metropolitan Police. Disponible en juin 2010.
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By the late 1970s, hatchbacks were becoming the norm but they were also mainly front wheel drive. This layout was viewed with suspicion by some Police Forces as the technology used at the time did not lend itself to the very high mileage high impact use the Police gave their vehicles, especially in London.

Chrysler UK created the Sunbeam in 1977 as a quick-to-market stop-gap, by grafting a hatchback body on to the floorpan of the, by then, seven year old rear wheel drive Avenger. This combination of hatchback practicality and simple rear wheel drive reliability made the Sunbeam a successful Metropolitan Police car.

Réf. VA11302 : TALBOT SUNBEAM LOTUS / 1979 / Embassy black. Disponible en juin 2010. :
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Réf. VA11303 : TALBOT SUNBEAM / MKII 1.3 / Sussex Police. Disponible en juin 2010. :
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Being somewhat cash strapped at the time, Chrysler UK were unable to develop a wholly new car to meet demand in the burgeoning new hatchback segment so effectively re-skinned and downsized the Avenger. This meant that, when launched in 1977, it was natural for forces such as the Sussex Police, who had used Avengers extensively, to employ the Sunbeam in a similar unit beat car role in both rural and urban locations.

Sunbeams could be seen at stations all over Sussex during the seventies and early eighties, and the car modelled was based at Chichester Police Station.

Vital statistics
Engine capacity: 1295cc
Power: 59bhp @ 5000rpm
Maximum speed: 92mph
0-60 mph: 14.8secs

On aura aussi chez IXO dans la série CLASSIC ROAD CARS en 2010 :

Réf. CLC207 : TALBOT SUNBEAM LOTUS / Phase1 / 1980 / noir - argenté. Disponible en février 2010. Voir viewtopic.php?f=18&t=3639

Réf. CLC208 : TALBOT SUNBEAM LOTUS / Phase2 / 1982 / bleu - gris. Disponible en mai 2010. Voir viewtopic.php?f=18&t=3639
Modifié en dernier par zebest1 le 30 Juin 2010 00:01, modifié 2 fois.
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par zebest1 » 25 Jan 2010 16:40
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Egalement chez CORGI / VANGUARDS :

Réf. VA11304 : CHRYSLER SUNBEAM WRW 29S - Works development car, B.UNETT / T.HARRYMAN prévue pour le 01/07/2010 :
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Chrysler UK’s competition manager Des O’Dell immediately saw the Avenger based, but smaller and more nimble, Sunbeam had great potential as a competition car. Before the car had even been launched his department had built two prototypes, WRW 30S and WRW 29S. Whilst ‘30S developed into the first Lotus engined car and eventually into a full Group 4 machine, ‘29S was intended to replace the Group 1 Avenger as an amateur or ‘clubman’ customer’s car.

It was fitted with a 2-litre Brazilian-blocked pushrod overhead-valve engine mated to a close ratio four-speed Avenger gearbox. It was used to help chassis development and entered many events during 1978.

Did you know?

Although the Sunbeam Lotus evolved into a very successful rally machine, 2-litre Group 1 Sunbeams were successful in their class being driven by drivers as diverse as Henri Toivonen and Rosemary Smith.
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Elle est en vente en Chine, à guangzhou

Réf. VA11300 : TALBOT SUNBEAM Ti 1600cc #20 – Group A, Scottish Rally Championship 1986, Colin McRAE - Nicky JACK
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par zebest1 » 04 Mar 2010 22:37
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Elle est en vente en Chine, à guangzhou :

Réf. VA11301 : TALBOT SUNBEAM 1.3 / Metropolitan Police.
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par zebest1 » 23 Mar 2010 19:45
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Elle est disponible en magasin :

Réf. VA11300 : TALBOT SUNBEAM Ti 1600cc #20 – Group A, Scottish Rally Championship 1986, Colin McRAE - Nicky JACK
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par zebest1 » 16 Avr 2010 22:04
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Elles sont en vente en Chine, à Guangzhou :

Réf. VA11303 : TALBOT SUNBEAM MKII / Sussex Police
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Réf. VA11302 : TALBOT SUNBEAM LOTUS 1979 / Embassy black.
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par zebest1 » 23 Jan 2011 00:29
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une nouveauté pour 2011 :

Réf. VA11305 : TALBOT SUNBEAM LOTUS / Moonstone.

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par zebest1 » 17 Fév 2014 11:22
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pour être complet sur le sujet à noter cette miniature chez CORGI Vanguards Image Image :

Réf. VA11306 : Image CHRYSLER SUNBEAM Ti / Moss green.
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The 1977 Sunbeam was a re-skin of the two-door Avenger so the running gear from the Avenger Tiger was used to create a rear-wheel-drive hot-hatch with great competition potential, the Ti. Launched in 1979, for a bargain £4433, it sold well, with 10,113 emerging from Linwood in three years; approximately 10% of Sunbeam production. Fitted with distinctive GKN Kent alloy-wheels, spoilers and twin Weber 40 carburettors (Ti = ‘Twin induction’) the Ti gave many drivers their start in rallying, including Colin McRae and Richard Burns, so unsurprisingly less than 200 survive.

The car modelled has been restored to its original colour, moss green, which was only available in early 1980.
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par zebest1 » 17 Fév 2014 11:24
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elle était sortie au mois de septembre 2013 en même temps que la Image Peugeot 205 GTi ( viewtopic.php?f=2&t=4709 )

dans la collection CORGI - Richard BURNS Image Image

Réf. VA11307 : Image TALBOT SUNBEAM 1.6 / Newtown Stages Rally, Wales #85 / 14th May 1988 / Richard Burns - John King.
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A noter que cette voiture porte le logo PEUGEOT|TALBOT Image.

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As a child Richard Burns was car obsessed and read car magazines avidly. Obviously bright, he didn't enjoy school so his parents encouraged their son's passion, realising that his future would be in some way automotive. He learnt to drive around their yard in a Triumph 2000 and by the time he was eight he was spending his sister's pony-club meetings neatly reverse-parking horse-trailers.

By 1984, aged 13, he was Under-17s Car Club 'Driver of the Year' and retained the trophy in 1985 and 1986. He attended Jan Churchill's Forest Rally School as a 15th Birthday present (which took persuasion and special insurance) and became infatuated with rallying. His parents bought a Talbot Sunbeam 1.6 automatic for £400 as a 16th Birthday present through Craven Motor Club friend Gordon Jarvis. Richard then offered Gordon free storage for his rally Sunbeam in his family's garage so he could use it as a template and turn his own Sunbeam into a rally car. The pair then spent evenings building the car and bought components, at the going rate, from Talbot-Sport Special Tuning, run by Gordon's old friend Des O'Dell. Eventually it lacked only an engine and gearbox so Richard persuaded Gordon to loan him the Ti spec unit from his rally Sunbeam!

Burns' first rally in the now completed Sunbeam, modelled here, was in May 1988 with experienced navigator John King, an unflappable dentist from Wokingham, providing a steadying hand and the entrance fee. The pair did far better than anyone could have expected; the slow rise to stardom had begun.

England’s one and only World Rally Champion, Richard Burns, was born to drive. The Richard Burns Foundation and Corgi have teamed up to create a series of six highly detailed 1:43 scale quality die-cast collectable models representing the most memorable rally cars in Richard’s illustrious career. Each model is presented in a display case and comes complete with a collector card listing the story of that particular car. Every model sold will provide a contribution to the Richard Burns Foundation to help support its continuing charitable work in the 2001 champion’s name.
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