Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to visit the Diecast Legends office In Guildford. I made the trip yesterday afternoon and was able to obtain the model I was looking for in excellent condition. I’m very grateful to the friendly reception and service I received from the staff.
I just want to commend you and all your staff at Grand prix Legends on a fantastic job.I have been impressed from day one and will continue to use your Company and keep my Die-Cast Legend Membership going for many a year.
It is good to see that some companies still value customer service. Thank you once again, and keep up the good work.
I am delighted with my F1 World Championship Presentation. It's a work of art, many thanks.
I deeply appreciate this level of customer service, and I am pleased it still exists. I can see I am dealing with a quality company that gives its customers their personal attention at all times
The usual excellent model from CMC; worth every penny. Service excellent and highly recommended.
Available for the very first time is this new three aeroplane Concorde commemorative set that celebrates the life of this extraordinary aeronautical icon.
The three models, which are made from high density fibreglass, measure 24cm in length. Each one comes with its own acrylic presentation base. The aircraft depicted are all highly significant in their own right and happen also to show the three different liveries that adorned Concorde during its operational life.
The 1976 aircraft in its Negus livery undertook the very first BA commercial flight to Bahrain.
The Landor liveried plane from 1996 recorded the fastest ever flight between JFK and Heathrow.
The third model is a replica of the last Concorde to fly. It is presented in the Chatham livery and, of course, the flight was to its resting place at Filton.
This superb set comes presented in a beautiful, silk-lined presentation box and is accompanied by a photographic Certificate of Authenticity that is signed by Chief Concorde pilot, Captain Mike Bannister.
The set is limited to just 500 pieces worldwide and stands as a glorious testament to this Anglo-French collaboration.