Corgi Heroes Under Fire Series Diecast Model
Dennis F125 Simon Snorkel SS263 Hydraulic Platform - Bedfordshire County Fire and Rescue, Bedford, England
Corgi 50th Anniversary Edition
1:50 Scale. Approximate Length: 10"
Limited Edition of only 2,006 Models Worldwide
Corgi released the first Simon Snorkel fire engine model in 1964. It had a Bedford chassis and was made in 1:48 scale. Over 1,163,000 pieces were sold over a twelve-year period. Later, in 1977, a replacement model on a Dennis chassis came out, costing £82,000 to design, tool and develop - it sold over 173,000 pieces. Altogether a stunning model of the Simon Snorkel with SS263 Hydraulic Platform which was launched in 1973 and evolved into today's Aerial Ladder.Die-cast metal body
Historically accurate paint scheme
Rotating wheels with rubber tires
The Corgi "Heroes Under Fire" range includes high quality, ready-made, die-cast models of fire and rescue apparatus. Every model is crafted using specifications of the original vehicle. They are constructed with diecast metal and some plastic components.
This model of a Dennis F125 Simon Snorkel features:
Category: Corgi Fire and Rescue Vehicles
Not suitable for children under the age of 14