During WWII, the British military commissioned various types of civilian pick-up trucks into military service. These "Light Utility Cars" regardless of the make, brand, and year of production were all pressed into service and were affectionately called “Tilly” by British personnel. The average "Light Utility Car" was powered by a 30hp engine and could be seen at various fronts. In the latter half of WWII, other vehicles took over frontline responsibilities, but it continued to roll along until the end of the Great War supporting the Allied forces in various roles at airfields and in communication use.
- Length: 112mm, Width: 46mm.
- The compact and classic form of the car has been richly reproduced based on a detailed study of the actual car.
- The engine bay features an engine and other components.
- Dashboard and seats feature realistic surface texture.
- Separately molded front doors enhance realism. You can depict the tailgate and rear flap in open or closed positions.
- Suspension also features realistic details.
- One driver figure
- 4 types of markings included.