214 and 214M Ford Thunderbird
Issued in March 1959.
Available in cream and pale green for the normal edition and pink with a black roof for the Mechanical edition. Fixed smooth wheels, shaped fixed wheels on the 214 late editions.
1959 included in the cast for the rear registration plate area but removed for late editions of 214. Examples with smooth wheels and no 1959 are known so it would seem to pre-date the shaped wheels but it may be that there are also shaped wheel editions with 1959.
All 214M models have smooth wheels but whether all have 1959 is to be researched!
215 Ford Thunderbird open Sports
Issued December 1959.
This had no driver and was available in white with a blue interior. Fixed smooth or shaped wheels on late editions.
As for the 214, this is known with and without 1959 and combinations of smooth+1959, smooth no 1959, shaped no 1959 may exist. Less likely would be shaped+1959.
320 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback Coupe
Issued in April 1965 and another very nice model - the first with opening side doors and reclining seats. there was also a Corgi dog on the rear parcel shelf.
Available in a range of colours:
- metallic purple
- metallic silver
- metallic deep blue
- pea green
Early models had shaped wheels, although these are hard to find now. Most had wire wheels and later editions had cast wheels.
325 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback Competition
issued in December 1965, the Competition model was white with a double red stripe across the bonnet, roof and boot. Rare editions also had red sills.
There were two types of interior: chalky blue or green with a similar rear shelf to 320 but no dog, and a new style of interior with no provision for the dog.
This model can be found with shaped wheels, wire wheels and cast wheels, as well as a wide 8 spoke cast wheel.
166 Ford Mustang 'Organ Grinder' Stock Car
Issued in October 1971, the Whizzwheels treatment of the Mustang was unkind.
Available in bright yellow with no opening doors, no jewelled lights, no interesting interior and just some bits of engine protruding from the bonnet. At least it didn't have the ubiquitous wheels and some effort was made, creating large ones for the rear uniquely for this model.