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Our highly detailed range of supporting 1:48th Airfield vehicles and 1:48th AFV conversions.
Bedford QL 950 Gallon Petrol Tanker
A complete 1/48th scale resin model kit of the Classic British WW2 (& Post War) Bedford QL 4x4 950 Gallon Petrol Tanker (RAF & ARMY) by David Jane. The model features internal cab and detailed pump chambers, suspension, and chassis. Hose lines are also included. A standard RAF and Army vehicle for airfield and general fuel transport duties.This model shown depicts a vehicle in WW2 RAF service (Extensive alternative decals are also included)
AEC 6x6 2500 Gallon AVGAS Refueller with booms
A complete 1/48th scale resin model kit of the Classic British WW2 (& Post War) AEC 854/0854 6x6 2500 gallon Refueller by David Jane.The model features cab and pump chamber internal detail, suspension, optional spare wheel carrier and chassis. This version includes a pair of refuelling booms for refuelling Propeller Aircraft. Rubber hose lines are also included. A standard RAF vehicle for both concrete and grass airfields
AEC 6x6 Coles EMA Mk-VII Crane
A complete 1/48th scale resin model kit of the Classic British WW2 (& Post War) AEC 0854 6x6 fitted with the COLES EMA Mk-VII 6 Ton Crane by Rob Tearle & David Jane. The EMA (Electro-Mechanical Airfield) crane was electric powered for slewing and raising, with the DC generator driven by a Ford V8 Engine aft of the drivers cab. These were very capable machines and able to lift way beyond the 6 Ton design limit. One was allocated to each RAF Bomber Airfield
RAF Fordson Model N Tractor
The Fordson Model N, a development of the Model F, was in wide scale civilian use by the late 1930’s in the UK. As the ranks of the RAF had swelled so quickly in the early part of the war there was a shortage of airfield vehicles. As a result, many civilian vehicles were pressed into service
RAF Brockhouse MK2 900gal Fuel Bowser
The RAF procured many towed fuel bowsers for use on smaller fighter airfields. The Brockhouse MK2 refers to the chassis used, The tank was made by Butterfields with Zwicky pump gear being powered by a single cylinder Lister engine providing a self contained unit that could be easily towed by any airfield vehicle large enough but typically the Fordson Model N or David Brown 4x2. Both of these towing vehicles can be found in this section.