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This 4-piece load would sit equally well on American as well as early British trucks right into the 1950s. Charles Pratt & Company started in 1867, eventually crossing the Atlantic as Anglo-American Oil but retaining the Pratts Petroleum name, producing petroleum, paraffin and most remembered Pr..
1:76 Oxford Diecast commercial vehiclesLoad your period flatbeds with these pallets full of Gossages Dry Soap, made by the Widnes based Gossages Soap Company until World War II...
1:76 scale Oxford Diecast commercial vehicles.Modelled on a vehicle housed and on public display at the Yorkshire Air Museum at Elvington, the crew bus is thought to be one of only five to survive into preservation. The Commer Commando is decorated in the RAF blue-grey colour scheme with black wings..
1:76 scale Oxford Diecast commercial vehicles.The 6th release on the Commer Commando is decorated as used by South African Airways in silver and dark blue on a black chassis. The famous 'Flying Springbok' logo is printed in blue on the front of the cab roof in between the bilingual lettering, a..
1:76 scale Oxford Diecast commercial vehiclesSkyways, which started operating a small civilian airline business in post-war Britain in 1946, went on to launch the first commercial coach-air transport operation in 1955. Having sold its airline interests, the new company Skyways Coach-Air Limited star..
1:76 scale Oxford Diecast commercial vehiclesThe signature pale blue and red Pollock livery is a firm favourite with collectors of UK haulage vehicles and this utility van registered NSF 700G takes us right back to the Scottish company's use of it in 1968/69. Advertising themselves as Road Transport..
1:76 scale Oxford Diecast commercial vehicles.As deployed in WWII by the 2nd Armoured Division in a Caunter scheme, a 'disruptive' colour scheme adopted by the British Army when operating particularly in the stony desert of North Africa and Greece during the conflict. Our 1:76 scale model features a..
1:76 scale Oxford Diecast military vehiclesThe Land Rover Defender, which the British car manufacturer first produced in 1983, was originally called simply the Land Rover Ninety, which reflected the length in inches of its wheelbase. Its contemporary partner the 110 was named for the same reason. Th..
1:76 scale Oxford Diecast military vehiclesLand Rover FC (Forward Control) Signals military vehicle in left hand drive, registered 72 FL 29. Deployed as a ground based signal interceptor, the vehicle would be used in conjunction with aircraft, ships and ground control...
1:76 scale Oxofrd Diecast commercial vehiclesOxford's 1:76 expansive series of small commercial vehicles sees the addition of the Mercedes Sprinter. We see it for the first time as used by Stobart Air at London Southend Airport. The London Southend Airport Company, a subsidiary of the Stobart Group,..
1:76 scale Oxford Diecast cars76ND110001 New Land Rover Defender 110 Explorer in Indus Silver, registered VCP 503. It is a replica of the new Defender 110 with a special Explorer Pack of accessories, one of four accessory packs called Explorer, Adventure, Urban and Country.  With the same long ..
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