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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Bedford MWD British Army Mickey Mouse 76MWD001

Oxford Diecast Bedford MWD British Army "Mickey Mouse"

1/76 Scale

This MWD truck represents the most used transport vehicle by the Allies in WWII. From late 1939 to 1945, Vauxhall Motors supplied vast numbers of these to the armed services, with over 66,000 being based on the 15 cwt 4 x 2 MW chassis. The MWD was the general service truck. The Oxford version is a replica of the later version, which had a closed cab, whereas earlier ones featured open cabs. With fold down windscreen, they earned the name 'the pneumonia trucks'. This particular example is a replica of the truck that served with 505 Company Royal Engineers, part of the 50th Northumbrian Division, operating particularly from D-Day to Operation Market Garden at the end of September 1944, after which it was transferred to Corps Engineers. It ended the war in Germany, building the Tyne-Tees bailey bridges over the Rhine. The vehicle has been restored and you can see it at various military shows during the season.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 RAF Blue Scammell Pioneer Recovery Tractor 76SP005

Oxford Diecast RAF Scammell Pioneer Recovery Tractor Blue Livery

1/76 Scale

It's back to a military livery for this latest version of the Scammell Pioneer, which was used extensively through WWII, particularly as a recovery vehicle. After the conflict, the vehicle proved the workhorse for general heavy haulage duties as well. Decorated in RAF blue livery and registered RAF 150078, additional detail on the model includes the RAF roundel on the front and rear mudguards and RAF Recovery in white above the windscreen.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Brown 40MM Bofors Gun 76BF001

Oxford Diecast 40MM Bofors Gun in dark brown finish.

1/76 Scale

The Bofors 40mm gun is an anti-aircraft/multi purpose auto cannon which was designed and manufactured in the 1930s by the Swedish arms manufacturer A B Bofors. It was introduced in 1934 and is still being used today, making it the longest serving artillery piece of all times. During its long life, it has been used by worldwide armies in a long list of conflicts, notably WWII during which time it was used by most of the western Allies as well as by the Axis powers. It also saw service in the Falklands War of 1982. Our newly tooled 1:76 version of the Bofors 40mm gun is decorated completely in a military dark brown colour scheme.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 BSA Motorcycle and Sidecar 34th Armoured Brigade 1945 76BSA005

Oxford Diecast BSA Motorcycle and Sidecar 34th Armoured Brigade 1945

1/76 Scale

The Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited was a major industrial combine of several businesses manufacturing military and sporting firearms, armaments, bicycles, cars, motor cycles and much more. Known as BSA, the company supplied their military products to the government and it was the War Department that commissioned the BSA Motorcycle and Sidecar for use by the British Army during WWII. Used by the Allies towards the end of the conflict and and painted in the military olive green drab and black with silver masking. The saddlebags are grey and the sidecar is also olive green drab. The Armoured Brigade crest and number C79042 are printed on the side in red, cream and white.
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 CMP LAA Tractor 1st Candian Army UK1 76CMP004

Oxford Diecast CMP LAA Tractor 1st Candian Army UK1

1/76 Scale

This CMP Canadian Military Pattern Light Anti Aircraft Tractor comes in muddy camouflage colours, the vehicle features a 'canvas' back in a slightly lighter camouflage scheme. The front bumpers, front mudguards and fuel tanks echo the camouflage colour of grey brown and the chassis is also a muddy brown. The interior is moulded in dark grey. The cab has the military numbering/lettering printed in red, white and blue on the doors, along with the Canadian Maple Leaf, which also features on the roof of the cab in yellow out of red/black. The same identification marks appear across the rear of the vehicle, which also features the transmission cover printed in the authentic white of the original.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Dingo Scout Car 50th RTR 23rd Armoured Brigade Tunisia 76DSC001

Oxford Diecast Dingo Scout Car 50th RTR 23rd Armoured Brigade Tunisia

1/76 Scale

The Scout Car, known in service as the Dingo after the Australian wild dog, was a British light fast four-wheel drive reconnaissance vehicle. This small two-man armoured car was also used in a liaison role during WWII. Our model is decorated in desert camouflage as used by the Allied Army in North Africa. Identified along the sides and front F 19632, with number 67 on the front and rear, the vehicle also features the Brigade formation badge on the front and rear mudguards. Note the replica fuel cans painted in metallic grey on the vehicle, 'tied down' with detailed brown fuel can straps. The chassis and wheel inserts are painted in sandy beige and even the exhaust pipes are given an authentic rusty brown finish.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Diamond T980 Tank Transporter TRC Western Desert 1942 GHQ Cairo 76DT001

Oxford Diecast Diamond T980 Tank Transporter TRC Western Desert 1942 GHQ Cairo

1/76 Scale

Diamond T980 Tank Transporter TRC Western Desert 1942 GHQ Cairo New tooling in the Oxford Military series introduces another WWII warhorse in the shape of the Diamond T980 Tank Transporter. Used extensively by the Allied Armies, the vehicle comprised a 12 ton 6 x 4 axle M20 Diamond T model T980 ballast tractor and companion trailer. The vehicle originated in the USA, built by the Diamond T Company in Chicago who produced over 6500 between 1941-1945. Designed as a heavy prime mover for tank transporting, the vehicle caught the attention of the British Army who purchased several thousands of the vehicle, which were subject to a few slight modifications to meet British requirements. Used extensively by the well-trained Royal Army Service Corps crews, particularly in the rugged terrain of North Africa, the Diamond T980 was invaluable in recovering battle-damaged tanks. It remained in military service right into the 1950s with a few still being used through to 1971. Our first release comes in an all-over sand colour, as used under desert conditions, with black chassis and interior. The British Formation badge with the gold camel on a black background, the sign of the GHQ in the Middle East including Egypt, is printed on the front wing and to one side of the rear. The RASC initials feature prominently and note the diagonal white cross on the cab roof, denoting its identity from the air. Its identification numbers/letters are also printed in black and white on the body.


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(Prod Ref #96823)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Diamond T980 Tank Transporter 1st Canadian Army - Italy 1943 76DT002

Oxford Diecast Diamond T980 Tank Transporter 1st Canadian Army - Italy 1943

1/76 Scale

This model of the Diamond T980 Tank Transporter, depicts another Allied Forces livery, as deployed by the 1st Canadian Armoured Brigade just across the Mediterranean to Italy in 1943. The Allied forces used the Diamond T 980 extensively during the conflict and after the war, the Army sold off many of them to civilian heavy haulage and recovery specialists. However, the military retained some and several were still in use right up to the early 1970s. This model wears drab dark green and brown camouflage with colourful Canadian Armoured Brigade markings, including their Maple Leaf emblem. The cab doors feature the military numbering R.9 H417459 in yellow and white respectively and the cab roof carries the RAF roundel, while the tank transporter section is identified in white as X464390. The model is finished off with a completely black interior.


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(Prod Ref #98432)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Bedford MWD 10TH Armoured Div., 41 RTR Tnisia 1943 76MWD006

Oxford Diecast Bedford MWD 10TH Armoured Div., 41 RTR Tunisia 1943

1/76 Scale

The 41st Royal Tank Regiment was one of several RTRs deployed to North Africa in World War II and this model is the latest in Oxford's 1:76 Military Series featuring the Bedford MWD. In real life it was commissioned by the War Department and provided the backbone of the British Army transportation network. Its roles included use as a personnel and cargo carrier as well as being deployed as transport for the motorised infantry during the African Campaign. The desert colour scheme on this latest release sees it with a dark brown canvas back, and predominantly beige body, all with dark green camouflage markings. The wheel hubs are also beige. Military markings include the RAF roundel on the cab roof with a yellow outer circle which aided its identification from the air. The vehicle's alpha-numeric markings are also printed on the rear tailgate and along both sides of the bonnet.


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(Prod Ref #97328)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Bedford QLB 42 LAA Regt., Libya 1942 76QLB002

Oxford Diecast Bedford QLB 42 LAA Regt., Libya 1942

1/76 Scale

This is a model of the Bedford QLB 42 used by the 42nd Light Anti Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery in North Africa, 1942. This time, the model is decorated in a desert scheme of sandy beige with light green canopy and crew cab roof. The ?leather' straps to the canopy are depicted in brown. The vehicle features the RAF roundel with yellow surround on the cab roof and coloured military markings on both the front and rear of the truck. The interior echoes the exterior body colour, except for the black steering wheel and the silver front lights and sidelights.


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(Prod Ref #98465)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Bedford QLR 79th Armoured Division NWE 1944 76QLR002

Oxford Diecast 1/76 Bedford QLR 79th Armoured Division NWE 1944 76QLR002
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Scammell Pioneer Artillery Tractor 51 Heavy Regt., C Troop, NW Europe 76SP011

Oxford Diecast Scammell Pioneer Artillery Tractor 51 Heavy Regt., C Troop, NW Europe

1/76 Scale

A warhorse of WWII, the Scammell Pioneer served extensively in all theatres of the conflict as an artillery tractor as well as a heavy breakdown vehicle. Here we see it in the dark brown, tan and grey black camouflage scheme as used by the 51 Heavy Regiment C Troop where records show they were deployed in north west Europe, probably between 1944 and 1945. This dark camouflage scheme is offset with white military markings on the sides of the canvas tilt, the rear of the truck and the roof of the cab. The grey black scheme is repeated in the wheels, whilst the chassis and bumpers are dark brown. The interior is moulded in grey with a black steering wheel.


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(Prod Ref #98483)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 TACR2 RAF Camouflage 6 Wheel Land Rover Model 76TAC001

Oxford Diecast TACR2 RAF Camouflage Livery

1/76 Scale

The Range Rover 6x4 TACR2, (Truck Airfield Crash Rescue) was introduced in 1977 as a successor to the earlier TACR1 based on a Land Rover chassis. The vehicles were designed in conjunction with the Ministry of Defence as first response crash rescue vehicles to get to the scene of an aircraft incident and rescue the crew before the major fire appliances arrived. They carried 200 gallons of premixed foam and water, an assortment of rescue gear and operated with a four man crew. The original TACR2's were built by Gloster Saro at Hucclecote on 2 door Range Rover chassis converted to 6x4 configuration by Carmichael's in Worcester who were the only company originally approved by Land Rover to carry out the conversion. Gloster Saro had to fabricate the rear crew doors themselves to satisfy the MOD specification. The rear bodywork and roof were GRP mouldings. As soon as the 4 door version of the Range Rover was introduced this was utilized. A Godiva fire pump was located between the rear passenger seats. Over 200 TACR2s were built by three different companies; Gloster Saro, Carmichael Fire and this release features one of the 18 examples built by HCB-Angus Ltd. Various schemes and liveries were applied to these uniquely designed vehicles during their service; this model features an olive green and black camouflage scheme of an example housed in the Museum of RAF Firefighting at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire. Registered with a military number plate 51 AG 49, the Land Rover carries many emergency vehicle features including roof ladders and roof hose reel, side hose detail, blue roof beacon and spotlight, rear floodlight and front hazard lights. The rear is moulded to give a roller shutter effect. Inside, the seating is light tan in contrast to the dark grey dashboard and steering wheel.
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(Prod Ref #98489)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 AEC Matador Artillery Tractor British Army Mickey Mouse 76AEC008

Oxford Diecast AEC Matador Artillery Tractor British Army "Mickey Mouse"

1/76 Scale

This AEC Matador artillery tractor is a replica of the vehicle operated by the British and Commonwealth forces in France during WWII, where it was used mainly for towing medium sized guns. The Matador was a typical AEC vehicle of the period, with flat fronted cab to accommodate the crew of one, a curved roof and a canvas backed rear load area. It was a 4 x 4 vehicle with an AEC 7.6 litre engine and a speed of around 30 mph. Our model, as used by the British Army Royal Artillery, is decorated in drab olive with a grey canvas back and features the name 'Gazala' above the split windscreen. The Battle of Gazala, named after a small town about 40 miles from Tobruk in Libya, was an important WWII battle in the Western Desert Campaign, which took place in the middle of 1942. After WWII, the Matador continued in a useful role as a recovery truck and general-purpose contractor vehicle. As a 4 x 4, it was also used for off-road jobs such as forestry and even saw service as a showmans vehicle.


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(Prod Ref #86656)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 AEC Matador 2nd Battlion Gordon Highlanders 76AEC017

Oxford Diecast AEC Matador 2nd Battlion Gordon Highlanders

1/76 Scale

This AEC Matador was used towards the very end of WWII. The cab is decorated in drab olive green and dark grey camouflage effect to the sides with a dark grey roof. The interior is moulded in olive green with a black steering wheel. The canvas back and bodywork are painted in drab olive green with brown camouflage markings and brown roof. The rope 'ties' between the canvas back and the body are cleverly printed in beige to achieve a realistic effect. Another spot of realism is achieved with the rear canopy windows which have been masked to show clear plastic moulding. The rough terrain wheels have olive green inserts and the whole vehicle is mounted on an olive green chassis. Military lettering is printed in white with additional colour to the Battalion shield and vehicle numbering.


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(Prod Ref #95695)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 AEC Matador Wrecker British Army SCC2 Brown 76AEC018

Oxford Diecast AEC Matador Wrecker British Army SCC2 Brown

1/76 Scale

AEC Matador Wrecker, the model has a rear flatbed ?planked out' with a crane and tow hook to the rear. Military lettering L4359782 is printed on each of the cab doors and across the rear lower offside. The cab interior and steering wheel are black, as is the radiator grille.
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(Prod Ref #97873)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Food Flying Squad Bedford OX 30 76BD001

Oxford Models Food Flying Squad Bedford OX 30

1/76 Scale

Based on the military version of the Bedford 'O', which the vehicle manufacturer designated either OY (long wheel base) or OX (short wheel base) and to be used for a wide range of tasks during WWII, including mobile canteens, tankers and general-purpose lorries. This short wheelbase Bedford OX is liveried in a pale blue/pale cream 'camouflage' colour scheme as used as a canteen van by the Food Flying Squad, USA to Britain, under the direction of the Ministry of Food. The roundel on the side says it all 'American Committee for Air Raid Relief to Great Britain' and features the two national flags. On the side doors, two badly bombed cities, which received this food aid, are cited as Liverpool 1941 and London 1941. Registered CCA 823, the lorry proudly carries the title Queen's Messengers Convoy above the front windscreen.


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(Prod Ref #90352)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Royal Navy Bedford OX Lorry 76BD009

Oxford Diecast Royal Navy Bedford OX Lorry

1/76 Scale

This Bedford lorry is based on the military version of the Bedford O, which the vehicle manufacturer designated either OY (long wheel base) or OX (short wheel base), to be used for a wide range of tasks during WWII. Our model, registered 69 RN 19, is as used by the Royal Navy, painted in their black blue colour scheme with black chassis and white lettering. The interior dropside planking is painted olive grey. One feature worthy of note is the double rear wheel configuration.


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(Prod Ref #94245)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 40MM Bofors Gun Desert Light Stone Livery 76BF003

Oxford Diecast 40MM Bofors Gun Desert Light Stone Livery

1/76 Scale

The Bofors 40mm gun is an anti-aircraft/multi purpose auto cannon which was designed and manufactured in the 1930s by the Swedish arms manufacturer A B Bofors. This model is in a desert light stone colour scheme to blend in with the terrain where it was operating at the time and even the wheels are decorated in the same light stone body colour to achieve maximum camouflage.
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(Prod Ref #96319)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 CMP 1st Canadian Inf Div Italy 1944 76CMP001

Oxford Diecast CMP 1st Canadian Inf Div Italy 1944

1/76 Scale

The Canadian Military Pattern (CMP) truck was made in Canada during WWII in large numbers to British Army specifications for use by British Commonwealth allies. They were also sent as part of the Canadian Lease-Lend arrangement with Britain for service in the Soviet Union after the Nazi invasion of Russia. This replica was used by the 1st Canadian Infantry Division during the Italian Campaign in 1944. Decorated in black and a dark sandy drab camouflage scheme, the model features a canvas back with replica rope ties along the sides. Artwork includes the RAF roundel with yellow outer circle on the cab roof, authentic military numbering and lettering and the Canadian Maple leaf in red out of yellow on the cab and rear of the vehicle. Dark brown chassis, black radiator grille and a white rear axle transmission cover complete the high level of detail.
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(Prod Ref #91049)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 CMP LAA Tractor Royal Blue76CMP003 76CMP003



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Oxford Diecast 1/76 CMP LAA Tractor Desert 2nd NZ Battery 76CMP005

Oxford Diecast CMP LAA Tractor Desert 2nd NZ Battery

1/76 Scale

Some interesting historical detail is recalled with this Canadian Military Pattern WWII vehicle, which Canada made during WWII to British Army specifications. As used by the Commonwealth forces of New Zealand in the Middle East and in particular the Western Desert where its gunners made a valuable contribution right up until the latest stages of the Italian Campaign. The model is decorated in the desert sand colour scheme with slight lighter beige 'canvas' back. The military insignia are reproduced in red, white and blue and the New Zealand national emblem is also faithfully reproduced in black and white on the rear nearside and also on the cab roof. The RAF roundel, also on the cab roof, is surrounded by a yellow circle to make it more visible against the camouflage scheme, a practice introduced by the RAF from 1942 onwards. The interior is moulded in olive green with a black steering wheel.
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(Prod Ref #96320)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 CMP LAA Tractor Desert Southdown 76CMP007

Oxford Diecast CMP LAA Tractor Desert Southdown

1/76 Scale

We normally associate the CMP LAA (Canadian Military Pattern Light Anti Aircraft Tractor) with our Military series so its use as a support vehicle by the Southdown Motor Services is a very different yet interesting bodyshape to add to your bus-related fleets. The vehicle was assigned to the Southdown Engineering Department in Horsham, Surrey and carries the red trade plate numbering 097 BP. Decorated in the signature Southdown colour scheme, the model features a grass green cab and body with mid Brunswick green chassis and wheel inserts. The interior is moulded in dark grey with a black steering wheel. The canvas back is coloured green beige with moulded rope' ties and the windscreen wipers/radiator grille are mask sprayed black. The Southdown lettering is printed in their customary gold and black dropped shadow work on each of the cab doors.


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(Prod Ref #96807)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Commer Commando RAF 76COM001

Oxford Diecast Commer Commando RAF

1/76 Scale

New tooling introduces a very unusual bus to the 1:76 scale series. It is modelled on a vehicle housed and on public display at the Yorkshire Air Museum at Elvington and the crew bus is thought to be one of only five to survive into preservation. Our Commer Commando is decorated in the RAF blue-grey colour scheme with black wings and wheel arches and features the RAF roundel on each side. The interior panels are bright blue with a pale grey floor. Externally, lots of chrome highlights the door handles, window surrounds, grilles, footsteps, radiator, bonnet trim and bumpers. The model comes with a special red, white and blue sleeve incorporating the fluttering RAF flag and a legend detailing its history.


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(Prod Ref #95128)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 David Brown Tractor RAF Olive Livery 76DBT001

Oxford Diecast David Brown Tractor RAF Olive Livery

1/76 Scale

The famous engineering company David Brown, founded in Huddersfield in 1860 as a pattern manufacturing company, is well known for its tractors. Its original purpose was the design and manufacture of gear systems, specialising in machine cut gears. In 1902, it moved to the Park Works in the West Yorkshire town, where David Brown Engineering Ltd remains today as a leading supplier of heavy transmission systems. The Brown family were involved in DBT right up to 1990, when they sold their stake to the management who subsequently floated the DBT group as a public company. The David Brown Tractor was used by the RAF for the purpose of towing aircraft. Liveried in the RAF's Middle Bronze Green, it also features the RAF roundels on the back with its official RAF number 89377 and B/5 markings.


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(Prod Ref #86626)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 David Brown Tractor RAF Yellow 76DBT004

Oxford Diecast David Brown RAF Tractor in Middle East Yellow Livery

1/76 Scale

David Brown Tractors, founded in 1860, has its company roots in West Yorkshire and the Brown family remained involved with the firm right up to 1990, when they sold their stake prior to the company being listed on the London Stock Exchange. This tractor is from the 1950s and comes in bright yellow with black seat and backrest, black steering wheel and yellow wheel inserts.


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(Prod Ref #96297)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 David Brown Tractor RAF Middle East Operations 76DBT005

Oxford Diecast David Brown Tractor RAF Middle East Operations

1/76 Scale

This David Brown Tractor is from the 1950s era and our latest release is as used by the RAF the Middle East. Liveried in the Force's desert camouflage scheme, the seats, back rest and steering wheel are moulded in black. The RAF roundel is printed in red, white and blue on one of the front wheel arches, with the identification number B/1 printed in white on the other.


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(Prod Ref #95714)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Dorchester ACV 8th Armoured Division 1941 76DOR001

Oxford Diecast Dorchester ACV 8th Armoured Division 1941

1/76 Scale

The AEC ACV (Armoured Command Vehicle) was one of a series of such vehicles built by the British Associated Equipment Company during the Second World War. Such vehicles were essentially armoured buses based on truck chassis and the UK was the only country to develop and widely employ this purpose-built armoured command form of transport. Just over 400 were built in all for use by the British Army and carried the facility for a single .303 Bren light machine gun which was carried inside. The ACV was big and comfortable, as a result of which the troops nicknamed it Dorchester after the luxury hotel on Park Lane in London. To launch this piece of new tooling, Oxford has decorated the ACV in a dark green/dark grey camouflage scheme as used by the 8th Armoured Division in 1941. The chassis and wheel hubs are also dark green. The Division's military number is printed on both sides of the cab and across the back. They have also named their truck Hermann, printed boldly in red on the bonnet, while additional military numbering appears on the front and rear mudguards. One final detail comprises the authentic ?rivets' on the vehicle, which are shown up to great effect by the dark colour scheme.


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(Prod Ref #97325)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Dorchester ACV Caunter Scheme 2nd Armoured Div. 76DOR002

Oxford Diecast Dorchester ACV Caunter Scheme 2nd Armoured Div.

1/76 Scale

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 three colour camouflage scheme on all sides and the roof - light grey, stone and dark grey on a black chassis. The wheel centres are also a stone colour. Military lettering appears in white on the sides and the back of this heavily armoured truck and the Division?s emblem, the tiny ?suit of armour? helmet is printed in white out of red on the lower left hand side of the back door. The vehicle is an unusual one to add to your WWII desert diorama.
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(Prod Ref #98430)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Dorchester ACV 1st Polish Arm. Div. NWE 1945 76DOR003

Oxford Diecast Dorchester ACV 1st Polish Arm. Div. NWE 1945

1/76 Scale

The Dorchester Armoured Command Vehicle in brown and blue-black camouflage colour scheme represents that of the 1st Polish Armoured Division deployed in N W Europe towards the end of the war in 1945. The vehicle with its PL identity printed in black and white on the back of the truck, features additional graphics in red, yellow, pale blue and white relevant to the Division. The chassis and wheels take on the dark brown body colour while the Division?s No. 1 and Star emblem are printed boldly in white on the truck sides with additional military numbering, also in white on the sides of the bonnet. The end result is an unusual addition to any 1:76 scale Allied military battlefield.


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(Prod Ref #99258)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Dingo Scout Car HQ 2nd Division El Alamein 1942 76DSC003

Oxford Diecast Dingo Scout Car HQ 2nd Division El Alamein 1942

1/76 Scale

This WWII armoured car appears in desert camouflage as used in its liaison role by the Allies in North Africa. Decorated almost completely in matt sand, the interior is a drab olive colour while additional detail comprises light brown fuel can straps, black aerials and aerial bases and rust coloured exhausts. The military markings are printed in black, relieved by the red, white and blue RAF roundel on the vehicle bonnet.


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(Prod Ref #95717)
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Daimler Dingo RUC No.9 Platoon - Keady - Co.Armagh 76DSC005

Oxford Diecast Daimler Dingo RUC No.9 Platoon - Keady - Co.Armagh

1/76 Scale

Previous releases on this British two-man light, fast, four-wheel drive reconnaissance vehicle have seen it as used in various military roles, particularly from WWII. It was also used by British Commonwealth and associated foreign units during the war and by other countries afterwards, well into the 1970s. Here we see it as deployed nearer home by the Royal Ulster Constabulary where one of its roles was serving in an anti-riot capacity assisting the British Army, although it was supplied with weaponry. The RUC had an army base at Keady near Belfast and the town was the centre of much action between the opposing factions during The Troubles. Registered 22 ZS II, our Scout Car is decorated in a dark green and brown camouflage scheme with dark green wheels and chassis. A rust finish has been applied to the exhausts and the aerial bases and aerials are black. A final detail sees the fuel cans in dark grey with olive green strapping.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Land Rover 88" Hard Top Civil Defence Corps 76LAN188008

Oxford Diecast Land Rover 88" Hard Top Civil Defence Corps

1/76 Scale

Rover chief engineer Maurice Wilks was inspired by his army-surplus Willys-Overland Jeep to create a workhorse vehicle for military and agricultural use - and for export abroad to kick-start both Rover's fortunes and the national economy after World War II. Prototypes were up and running by late 1947, and production of the Series I began at Solihull in summer 1948. It had permanent four-wheel-drive with low-ratio gearing and a locking freewheel mechanism, and a 50bhp, 1.6-litre engine from the Rover P3 saloon. It was fitted with lightweight body panels made from surplus aircraft-grade aluminium - steel was in short supply post-war - and came with army-surplus green paint. The Land Rover price started from just ?450. Supply to the British forces started in 1949, the Land Rover replacing the Austin Champ and later, the rust-prone Austin Gipsy. Deliveries to organisations such as the Red Cross soon followed. The 100,000th Land Rover was made in autumn 1954 and by 1958, production ran to around 200,000. It was widely used by the Civil Defence as in this example, registration number SFX 582 was used by the West Suffolk Division


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Land Rover Series 1 88 Hard Back RAF 76LAN188021

Oxford Diecast Land Rover Series 1 88 Hard Back RAF

1/76 Scale

Our hardy little Land Rover appears everywhere; it has already been part of our 1:43 scale series. Here it is in smaller scale in exactly the same livery, as used by the RAF and with hard back, decorated in the Service?s signature blue, even down to the wheels and masked with very bright yellow roof. Military markings include the number plate 64 AA 28 which appears on the offside rear and the nearside front wing. The front offside upper wing features the RAF roundel in its usual red, white and blue, together with the number 2 in black/yellow below. Note too, that this Land Rover features the radiator grille of the 80? version.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Mini RAF 76MN007

Oxford Diecast Mini RAF Livery

1/76 Scale

Striking in its simplicity is this release of the Classic Mini in RAF blue with contrasting silver trim and grey interior. Registered 26 AM 46, the model features a small RAF roundel on the offside of the bonnet and the Mini Minor marque in silver above the rear number plate.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Bedford OWB Royal Navy 76OWB001

Oxford Diecast Bedford OWB Royal Navy

1/76 Scale

Bedford made this version of the standard Bedford OB bus for the War Department, especially for military use during WWII. This Oxford tooling of the OWB comes in the wartime livery of the Royal Navy, who would have used the vehicle for transporting personnel and with the registration 56 RN 12.
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Bedford QLB 4th Infantry, UK 1942 76QLB001

Oxford Diecast Bedford QLB 4th Infantry, UK 1942

1/76 Scale

The Gun Tractor version of the Bedford QL vehicle to the 1:76 scale Oxford Military Series and to launch the range, it comes as deployed for use by the 4th Infantry Division ? a regiment with a long history - in the UK in 1942. Manufactured between 1941 and 1945 for use by the British Army, there were many variants of the basic Bedford QL, several already the subject of Oxford military models. This latest introduction featuring it as a Bofors 40mm gun tractor, is painted in dark green with a lighter green and brown camouflage cab roof and back. The crew seating in the specially designed cabin behind the driver's cab is also dark green with pale green roof. Military markings to the front and rear of the QLB are printed in red, white and blue and the white military number is printed on both cabin doors and across the rear of the truck. An authentic replica of the real thing,  its presence will enhance any military diorama of the era on the home front or a scene from WWII theatres of war across the globe.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Bedford QLD Army Fire Service 76QLD001

Oxford Diecast Bedford QLD Army Fire Service

1/76 Scale

The Bedford QLD truck was manufactured by Bedford Vehicles in the UK between 1941 and 1945, for use by the British Armed Forces in the Second World War. The QLD was the GS (general service) cargo truck version of its QL prototype and was built to carry 12 persons; one driver and eleven passengers/army personnel. With a height of 10 feet (2/54m), it was 19 ft 8 in (5.99 m) long and had an operational range of 156 miles (250 km). Our first release on the new tool is as used by the British Army Fire Service, dressed in the earth brown/black grey camouflage scheme with a field drab camouflage scheme to the rear canopy. The Army Fire Service lettering in white is printed boldly above the front windscreen and additional military numbering is also printed in white on the cab sides and rear of the vehicle. One special addition comprises the hose reel positioned between the rear of the cab and the trailer section. Another detailed touch is the sand coloured rope tying the roof canopy down to the flatbed section along the length of the truck, particularly where it is drawn tight' across the back with realistic folds of canvas. Silver mask spraying to the headlights and the black grey wheel inserts complete the model. The Bedford QLD is still a familiar site at the various military shows across the UK in particular.
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Bedford QLR 1st Infantry Div UK 1942 76QLR001

Oxford Diecast 76QLR001 1/76th scale Bedford QLR 1st Infantry Div - UK 1942

At the outbreak of WW II, Bedford was contracted by the British War Office to produce a 3-ton 4 x 4 general service truck. A pilot model was ready in February 1940 and quantity production started in March 1941. The Bedford QL was in production from 1941 to 1945 and was Bedford?s first vehicle series built for the British Armed Forces and evolved for use in numerous different military activities during the conflict, several of which have been produced as Oxford scale models. Our new addition to the 1:76 Oxford Military series is based on the Bedford QLR, which was a signals vehicle. Originally mounted on the QLC chassis/cab, special QLR chassis were soon put into production, having special electrical equipment, radio suppression, fitment of a 660 W auxiliary generator driven by the transfer case powertake-off and, like the QLT, two 16 gallon petrol tanks instead of one behind the cab. The interior furniture, partitioning and radio equipment varied according to the different functions. On vehicles installed for the wireless role, a tent could be erected at the rear. Between the cab and main body were lockers for aerial masts and other equipment. Beneath the body were further lockers and racks for cable drums, batteries, tyre chains, 20 gallon drinking water tank, rectifier box, tools, fuel tank for the auxiliary engine, jerry cans and other items. The basic body shells were produced by Duple, Lagonda, Mulliner, Tickford and others. A revised body was introduced in 1944 for the Command High and Low Power and Wireless High Power roles. Our solid looking military Bedford QLR comes decorated in the dark earth/grey brown drab military markings, relieved only by the white and yellow printing on the front and sides of the cab and across the back of the vehicle. The model is topped off with a spare wheel towards the rear of the roof


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Bedford QLT Post Office Telephones 76QLT001

Oxofrd Diecast Bedford QLT Post Office Telephones

1/76

Built between 1941 and the end of World War II, the QL series of trucks was manufactured by Bedford for use by the British Armed Forces during the conflict, each designed with a specific task in mind. The QLT was essentially a troop carrier, designed to carry 1 crew member and 11 passengers. From 1941 to 1945, 3300 QLTs were built and like many military vehicles post-war, some were sold off to civilian operators where they fulfilled a useful and often long life. Our 1:76 scale model of the QLT is in post-war civilian guise, registered HLA 248 and appearing in the familiar dark green GPO livery with white lettering and black trim. According to the cab doors, this vehicle was the property of the Engineer in Chief, GPO, Motor Transport Branch, London. The canvas back is black, held down with rope fastenings. There would have been ample room in the back for crew and equipment, given the vehicle?s former use and the model is an interesting addition to any GPO fleet across the years.
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Bedford QLT 49th Infantry Division, UK 1942 76QLT002

Oxford Diecast Bedford QLT 49th Infantry Division, UK 1942

1/76 Scale

This version of the Bedford QLT sees it as used by the British Army during World War II. Bedford had been commissioned to produce the QL for military deployment, particularly as troop carriers and between 1941 and 1945, over 3300 of them came off the Bedford production line. Decorated in the dark olive and blue-black drab camouflage scheme, the interior of the truck is also dark olive. The exterior is rounded off with silver headlights and matt black radiator grille. The military insignia on the rear of the truck includes the polar bear, the badge of the 49th Infantry Division, first formed in 1908 and which hailed from the West Riding of Yorkshire. The Division was known by the nickname of the Polar Bears as well as Barker?s Bears, after one of their most prominent commanders Evelyn Barker. The Division served in both World Wars, being awarded battle honours for notable service on The Somme 1916, Operation Overlord in WWII, the Second Battle of the Odon and the Battle of Sheldt.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Royal Artillery 1st Army Pioneer Artillery Tractor 76SP004

Oxford Diecast Royal Artillery 1st Army Pioneer Artillery Tractor

1/76 Scale

The Scammell Pioneer, produced between 1937 and 1945, served extensively throughout WWII as an artillery tractor, as well as being used as a 6 x 4 heavy breakdown vehicle. After the end of the war, the Pioneer proved most useful in civilian life in the roles of heavy haulage, forestry, fairground and recovery, lasting well into the 1980s. Our model is as used by the Royal Artillery (1st Army), who gave it the name 'Boadicea', seen above the windscreen. Decorated in camouflage colours, its military insignia also feature across the back doors
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Scammell Pioneer 1st Armoured Division 76SP007

Oxford Diecast Scammell Pioneer 1st Armoured Division

1/76 Scale

This Pioneer saw extensive service during WWII, especially as a recovery vehicle and this latest release shows it in a sand yellow suitable for operations in the deserts of the Middle East. The military markings add some colour to the vehicle, particularly the RAF Roundel which features on the bonnet and the Division's crest. the rhino in white out of a black ground, which is printed on the front and rear mudguard. The vehicle identity number H4500858 is printed in black on each side of the bonnet and also on the rear of the truck to the right of the tow hook.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Scammell Pioneer Artillery Tractor Luftwaffe Crete 1943 76SP009

Oxford Diecast  Scammell Pioneer Artillery Tractor Luftwaffe Crete 1943

1/76 Scale

For this version of the Scammell Pioneer, we've chosen a desert camouflage scheme of beige and olive green with olive grey interior, as deployed by the German Luftwaffe on the island of Crete during WWII. Relieved only by the white/black and red insignia on the nearside front mudguard and the rear of the vehicle, it is registered WL-256413.
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 TACR2 Queens Flight 76TAC002

Oxford Diecast 1/76 TACR2 Queens Flight

1/76 Scale

The TACR2 (Truck Airfield Crash Rescue) Range Rover was designed in the mid 1970s as a rapid response rescue and first attack fire appliance for use at Royal Air Force and Royal Navy aerodromes in both the United Kingdom and overseas. The original TACR2's were built by Gloster Saro at Hucclecote on 2 door Range Rover chassis converted to 6x4 configuration by Carmichael's in Worcester who were the only company originally approved by Land Rover to carry out the conversion. Gloster Saro had to fabricate the rear crew doors themselves to satisfy the MOD specification. The rear bodywork and roof were GRP mouldings. As soon as the 4 door version of the Range Rover was introduced this was utilized. A Godiva fire pump was located between the rear passenger seats. Over 200 TACR2s were built by three different companies; Gloster Saro, Carmichael Fire and HCB-Angus Ltd. At any one time, two TACR2s, characterised by their unique dark blue liveries were attached to the Queens Flight unit based at RAF Benson in Oxfordshire. From here the vehicles would travel throughout the United Kingdom for the purpose of providing fire cover and marshalling duties for the unit?s helicopters. This Oxford Diecast 1:76 scale model, registered 31 AG 22, represents one of the first Royal Air Force Gloster-Saro bodied appliances that served with the Queens Flight in 1977.
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 9th Survey Regiment RA Austin Tilly 76TIL001

Oxford Diecast 9th Survey Regiment RA Austin "Tilly"

1/76 Scale

The Tilly was the name given to a number of British vehicles produced during WWII based on civilian car designs, adapted for use by each of the armed forces across all areas during the conflict. The key vehicles used were the Austin, Hillman, Morris and Standard. The Austin Tilly is the subject of the latest piece of new tooling in the Oxford Military range. Tilly was the nickname derived from the term Utility and these hybrid vehicles proved especially versatile, fitted with a simple rear loading area. Very few remain today but they can be seen in military museums at home and abroad, including the Yorkshire Air Museum, the Muckleburgh Collection and overseas in the Ta Kali Museum in Malta, the French Regional Air Museum at Angers-Marce and the Czech Republic tank museum just outside Prague. The Tilly Register logs all 'finds', with members cross Europe and Australia. The Oxford model appears in a drab green/black camouflage scheme with a 'canvas' back and distinctive wartime markings on the front, back and sides. The spare wheel and a spade are housed on the roof of the driver's cab and extensive masking operations have picked out details on the wheel hubs, headlights and headlight lenses, door handles, petrol cap, radiator slits and even the shaft of the spade. The Oxford miniature will be of special interest to WWII military enthusiasts, as well as being an unusual addition to a vehicle collection of the period.
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Austin Tilly GHQ Land Forces 76TIL007

Oxford Diecast Austin Tilly GHQ Land Forces

1/76 Scale

The Tilly was the name given to a number of British vehicles produced during WWII based on civilian car designs, including the Austin, adapted for use by each of the armed forces across all areas during the conflict. Tilly was the nickname derived from the term Utility and these hybrid vehicles proved especially versatile, fitted with a simple rear loading area. Painted in the light stone colour scheme, which extends to the chassis and the wheels, the model is given a lighter beige 'canvas' back including the closed window blinds, an olive green interior, black seats and black steering wheel. The model also has a military number plate 87YF25 on the front and the back. The British military formation sign featuring the yellow camel on a red and blue two tone background signifies a post WWII deployment.
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 AEC Matador Artillery Tractor Royal Navy 76AEC010

Oxford Diecast AEC Matador Artillery Tractor -  Royal Navy

1/76 Scale

The Matador was essentially an artillery tractor introduced by the Associated Equipment Company (AEC) during WWII. With a length of 20 ft 10 ins, width of 7ft 10 ins and a height of 9 ft 7 ins, the 4 x 4 Matador had an average speed of 30 mph. Shown here as used by the Royal Navy , with RN on the side of the truck.
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Civil Defence Austin Welfarer Ambulance 76AK014

Oxford Diecast Civil Defence Austin Welfarer Ambulance

1/76 Scale

The K8 (3 Way) Van commenced production in 1947 and the van cost ?535. It earned the name 3-Way due to the door configuration. To assist loading and unloading, it featured double doors on the near and offside, as well as opening near doors. With a payload of 25 cwt and a short wheelbase, it proved a very nippy vehicle for delivery purposes. The van was discontinued in 1954, by which time over 26,500 had been manufactured. Many were used as ambulances, which were known as the Austin Welfarer. In Deep Bronze Green livery with contrasting black paintwork, the model carries the finely detailed Civil Defence Corps crest on the sides, with gold lettering underneath. Additional detail includes a front AMBULANCE roofboard and a spotlight at bumper level below the front grille.The grille also features the Austin logo at the top in red on silver, repeated on the back in red on black. The 1:76 scale model is rounded off with a wealth of detailed chrome and black masking, finely decorating light clusters and Deep Bronze Green wheels.
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 15th Scottish Infantry Bedford OY 3 Ton 76BD004

Oxford Diecast  Bedford OY 3 Ton 15th Scottish Infantry

1/76 Scale

From the mid 1930s, several types of Bedford civilian trucks were converted to military vehicles, many of which saw service during WWII. The Bedford OY was one of these. Our 1:76 model is as used by the 15th Scottish Infantry Division as a GS (General Service) transport vehicle and is decorated in the khaki green/black and olive green camouflage colour scheme. This OY model features a 'canvas' tilt at the back. The chassis is khaki green and both the front grille and side grille slots are finished in matt black. Note too, the single rear wheel configuration. Military markings and lettering appear on the bonnet, side doors and across the rear of the model, including the finely detailed 15th Scottish Infantry badge printed in yellow and red on the tailgate.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Churchill Tank MkIII Kingforce - Major King 76CHT001

Oxford Diecast Churchill Tank MkIII Kingforce - Major King

1/76 Scale


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Churchill Tank MkIII 1st Canadian Army Bgd Dieppe 1942 76CHT002

Oxford Diecast 1/76 Churchill Tank MkIII 1st Canadian Army Bgd Dieppe 1942 76CHT002
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 CMP LAA Tractor 1st Canadian Div. NW Europe 1945 76CMP008

Oxford Diecast CMP LAA Tractor 1st Canadian Div. NW Europe 1945

1/76 Scale

The Canadian Military Pattern (CMP) truck was made in Canada during WWII in large numbers to British Army specifications for use by British Commonwealth allies. They were also sent as part of the Canadian Lease-Lend arrangement with Britain for service in the Soviet Union after the Nazi invasion of Russia. This replica was used by the 1st Canadian Infantry Division.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Dorchester ACV Max (Rommel) North Africa 1941 76DOR004

Oxford Diecast Dorchester ACV Max (Rommel) North Africa 1941

1/76 Scale


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Dingo Scout Car 10th Mounted Rifles 76DSC002

Oxford Diecast Dingo Scout Car 10th Mounted Rifles 

1/76 Scale

This Scout Car and is a replica of the British light fast four-wheel drive reconnaissance vehicle, known in service as the Dingo after the Australian wild dog, It was a two-man armoured car also used in a liaison role during WWII and this release represents a vehicle which was used by the Polish 10th Armoured Cavalry Brigade. The model is based on the Dingo Scout Car used by the Polish AC Brigade once they re-established in England. Note the PL designation on the back. Painted in a muddy brown with a chassis the same colour, the military numbering is printed white with the Brigade identity markings in red and white, Additional detail comprises grey aerial cage and fuel cans with light brown fuel can straps, black aerials and aerial bases and rust coloured exhausts.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Dingo Scout Car 8th Kings Royal Irish Hussars 76DSC004

Oxford Diecast Dingo Scout Car 8th Kings Royal Irish Hussars

1/76 Scale

The ancient regiment of the 8th Kings Royal Irish Hussars was a cavalry regiment in the British Army, dating back to 1693. It also fought as part of the British Army from 1801 to 1958. The Regiment was nicknamed the Cross Belts because of the regimental dress, which also included the distinctive 'tent' cap. Latterly the regiment was one of three which were amalgamated to become the 7th Armoured Division familiarly known as the 'Desert Rats'. The model is based on a Dingo Scout Car that would have been part of the British Army convoys pressing on through Germany towards the end of WWII. In drab olive green with white regimental lettering/numbering, note particularly the regimental insignia featuring the little red rat in a white circle on the rear of the vehicle. Added detail includes the brown straps to the fuel cans and the 'rusty' brown exhaust pipes.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Humber Snipe Tourer Old Faithful General Montgomery Italy 1942 76HST001

Oxford Diecast 1/76 Humber Snipe Tourer Old Faithful General Montgomery Italy 1942 76HST001
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Humber Snipe Tourer Victory Car General Montgomery 76HST002

Oxford Diecast 1/76 Humber Snipe Tourer Victory Car General Montgomery 76HST002
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Land Rover Series 1 80" Canvas RAF 76LAN180004

Oxford Diecast Land Rover Series 1 80" Canvas RAF

1/76 Scale

The Land Rover, launched in 1948, was an instant hit and continues to be the workhorse for anyone involved in heavy duty, rural or off-road environment. Its use extended to public bodies as well.This model as used by the RAF from the late 1940s to the 1970s,is complete with RAF military number plate and the RAF roundel on the offside front wing. It looks particularly smart painted in RAF blue-grey with the striking contrast of chrome grille, bumpers, window surrounds and door hinges. The canvas back is in a realistic drab olive green.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Land Rover Series 1 88" Sand Military 76LAN188002

Oxford Diecast Military Land Rover Series 1 88"WB Military Sand Livery

1/76 Scale

Rover chief engineer Maurice Wilks was inspired by his army-surplus Willys-Overland Jeep to create a workhorse vehicle for military and agricultural use - and for export abroad to kick-start both Rover's fortunes and the national economy after World War II. Prototypes were up and running by late 1947, and production of the Series I began at Solihull in summer 1948. It had permanent four-wheel-drive with low-ratio gearing and a locking freewheel mechanism, and a 50bhp, 1.6-litre engine from the Rover P3 saloon. It was fitted with lightweight body panels made from surplus aircraft-grade aluminium - steel was in short supply post-war - and came with army-surplus green paint. The Land Rover price started from just ?450. Supply to the British forces started in 1949, the Land Rover replacing the Austin Champ and later, the rust-prone Austin Gipsy. Deliveries to organisations such as the Red Cross soon followed. The 100,000th Land Rover was made in autumn 1954 and by 1958, production ran to around 200,000. The invasion of Egypt in 1956, was an attempt to capture the Suez Canal and was originally codenamed Operation Hamilcar, hence the 'H' on the side of this 88 inch canvas back Land Rover. Although the Anglo-French-Israeli plan was later renamed Operation Musketeer.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Land Rover Series 1 88 Canvas 6th Training Regiment - RCT 76LAN188022

Oxford Diecast Land Rover Series 1 88 Canvas 6th Training Regiment - RCT

1/76 Scale

It?s the turn of the Army?s Royal Corps of Transport to use our little Land Rover, which is decorated in a military dark green with a beige canvas back. This model also carries the radiator grille of the 80? Land Rover Series I. Deployed with the 6th Training Regiment, the signage on the doors indicates it as being a Training Aid vehicle. Registered 86 BR 99, additional military markings appear on the doors, rear and front wing. To place your model in the appropriate position in your military timeline, the Royal Corps of Transport was formed in 1965 and operated until 1993 when it became the Royal Logistics Corps as part of an amalgamation of several Army elements.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Land Rover Series II Station Wagon Royal Navy 76LAN2015

Oxford Diecast Land Rover Series II Station Wagon Royal Navy

1/76 Scale

We think you'll agree that the dark blue, white and silver livery of the Royal Navy looks exceptionally smart on our latest release of the long wheelbase version of the Series II our Station Wagon. It comes with four doors, side and rear windows and there is a spare wheel on the bonnet. Registered 09 RN 66, the Royal Navy lettering runs along both sides of the vehicle and a final detail sees the authentic radiator reproduced in silver with black masking behind the grille.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Land Rover FC Ambulance Gulf War Operation Granby 1991 76LRFCA001

Oxford Diecast 1/76 Land Rover FC Ambulance Gulf War Operation Granby 1991 76LRFCA001
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Land Rover FC GS 1974 Trans Sahara Expedition 76LRFCG001

Oxford Diecast 1/76 Land Rover FC GS 1974 Trans Sahara Expedition 76LRFCG001

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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Land Rover FC GS Berlin Brigade 76LRFCG002

Oxford Diecast 1/76 Land Rover FC GS Berlin Brigade 76LRFCG002
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Bedford MWD 3rd Battalion Grenadier Guards 76MWD005

Oxford Diecast Bedford MWD 3rd Battalion Grenadier Guards

1/76 Scale

First commissioned by the War Department in 1937, the Bedford MWD was to provide the backbone of the British Army's transportation. It was used as a general cargo and personnel carrier, including wide usage in the North African Campaign as the standard transport for the motorised infantry in the armoured brigades. Its inclusion in our military series sees the latest version of the Bedford MWD in an unusual red-brown and olive drab camouflage scheme, as it served in Tunisia with the Grenadier Guards in December 1943. The canvas back is a slightly lighter olive green and the interior, chassis and the front bar all reflect the olive drab of the main bodywork. The bumpers are also in the red-brown tone of the body camouflage. The Grenadier Guards Battalion markings have been reproduced on the back and on the bonnet of the truck along with its identity number Z4760380.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Bedford QLB Light AA Reg.12 Corps Germany 1945 76QLB003

Oxford Diecast 1/76 Bedford QLB Light AA Reg.12 Corps Germany 1945 76QLB003

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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Bedford QLT 1st Polish Arm. Div. Netherlands 1944 76QLT003

Oxford Diecast 1/76 Bedford QLT 1st Polish Arm. Div. Netherlands 1944 76QLT003
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Austin Tilly 3 Piece Military Set 76SET22

Oxford Diecast Three Austin Tilly Vans in Military Liveries

1/76 Scale


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 3 Piece Set Tilly, David Brown Tractor and Land Rover 76SET23

Oxford Diecast 3 Piece Set Tilly, David Brown Tractor and Land Rover

1/76 Scale

The set includes the Austin Tilly, David Brown Tractor and Series I Land Rover


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 TACR2 RAF Pink Panther 76TAC003

Oxford Diecast TACR2 RAF Pink Panther

1/76 Scale

The Range Rover 6x4 TACR2, (Truck Airfield Crash Rescue) was introduced in 1977 as a successor to the earlier TACR1 based on a Land Rover chassis. The vehicles were designed in conjunction with the Ministry of Defence as first response crash rescue vehicles to get to the scene of an aircraft incident and rescue the crew before the major fire appliances arrived. They carried 200 gallons of premixed foam and water, an assortment of rescue gear and operated with a four man crew. The original TACR2's were built by Gloster Saro at Hucclecote on 2 door Range Rover chassis converted to 6x4 configuration by Carmichael's in Worcester who were the only company originally approved by Land Rover to carry out the conversion. Gloster Saro had to fabricate the rear crew doors themselves to satisfy the MOD specification. The rear bodywork and roof were GRP mouldings. As soon as the 4 door version of the Range Rover was introduced this was utilized. A Godiva fire pump was located between the rear passenger seats. Over 200 TACR2s were built by three different companies; Gloster Saro, Carmichael Fire and HCB-Angus Ltd.The 'Pink Panther' is the third in the series of Oxford?s TACR2 vehicles and represents the prototype of the first batch of 43 Gloster-Saro built vehicles. This example which is finished in a red Day-Glo livery with matt black bonnet, was the sole vehicle to feature this livery. Registered 31 AG 41, it was based at the RAF?s fire fighting training school at Catterick in North Yorkshire where it was used in conjunction with other types of military fire engines for training Air Force fire fighters.
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Oxford Diecast 1/76 11th African Division Sudan 1941 Austin Tilly 76TIL003

Oxford Diecast 11th African Division Sudan 1941 Austin Tilly

1/76 Scale


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Austin Tilly 1st Polish Army Division 76TIL008

Austin Tilly 1st Polish Army Division

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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Austin Tilly Bomb Disposal 76TIL009

Austin Tilly Bomb Disposal

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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Austin Tilly RAF Blue 76TIL010

Oxford Diecast Austin Tilly RAF Bomb Disposal Squad

1/76 Scale

Based on a civilian car design, the Austin Tilly (Utility) van found itself in a multitude of military roles with the Allied Forces during and after the Second World War. This RAF blue colour scheme has a contrasting pale green ?canvas' back and replica ?canvas ?window flaps. With white number plate RAF 18534 on the front and rear bumpers, the RAF lettering on the cabin doors is also white and a line of white masking applied to the wheel arches provides an extra highlight. Another fine detail sees a silver spade on the roof with blue shaft and handle and held in place in a blue holder. The RAF roundel and military numbering finish off this simple but very attractive little vehicle.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Vauxhall Corsa Royal Military Police 76VC002

Oxford Diecast Vauxhall Corsa Royal Military Police

1/76 Scale

This Vauxhall Corsa takes on the livery of the Royal Military Police on this up-to-the-minute Police vehicle. The roof features a Light Bar and RMP lettering and red circle enabling the vehicle to be spotted from the air. There is so much detail in the printed artwork applied to the white, blue and yellow paint scheme, right down to the RMP crest.


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Oxford Diecast 1/76 Willy's MB Royal Navy 76WMB001

Oxford Diecast 1/76 Willy's MB Royal Navy 76WMB001
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