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RAF Fordson Model N Tractor
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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.
Crossley 4x4 FWD Fire Crash Tender
A complete 1/48th scale resin model kit of the Classic British WW2 (& Post War) Crossley FWD 4x4 Foam/C02 Fire Crash Tender (RAF) by David Jane.The model features extensive detail, tools, suspension, and chassis. A standard RAF vehicle for both concrete and grass airfields
Standard Tilly 4x2 Utility
A complete 1/48th scale resin model kit of the Classic British WW2 (& Post War) Standard 4x2 GS Utility (Better known as a ‘Tilly’) by David Jane.The model features internal detail, suspension, and chassis. The Standard was the most used Tilly produced for the RAF for use on both concrete and grass airfields
David Brown Tractor WW2
A complete 1/48th scale resin model kit of the Classic British WW2 (& Post War) David Brown Towing Tractor 4x2 by David Jane.The model features excellent detail, suspension, winch and chassis. A standard RAF vehicle for both concrete and grass airfields. The David Brown appeared in many marks both during and after WW2 and was used in large numbers for towing aircraft, bomb trolleys and other small wheeled ancillary equipment
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.
Fordsons were used to tow everything from fuel bowsers to bomb trolleys. Many were never re-registered with RAF numbers but those that did received type numbers, group numbers, roundels and RAF registrations.
This simple to assemble 1:48 scale resin model comes with RAF markings, 24 detailed resin parts including CAD produced wheels and full instructions including painting and decal placement guide. Completed, this model is a perfect accompaniment to your 1:48th scale aircraft diorama or a model in its own right. For a compatible towed load, see our Brockhouse Mk2 900gal Bowser, Kit K48017.
The master parts were researched and produced by David Jane and Rob Tearle.