Budgie 204

details of this model... Budgie 204 Picture thanks to John Cruickshank


Budgie toys were introduced in 1959 by Morestone (Morris and Stone) and acquired by S. Guiterman in 1961. They were produced until 1966 when the company went into liquidation. Most of the dies were subsequently lost in a fire. H. Seener bought the rights to manufacture some and did so until the 1980's.

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Modern Vehicle Series[22-22]
promotional model[288-288]
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In the 1940's Morris and Stone produced models maufactured by Modern Products in London. Later to become Budgie Toys.

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