Oxford - 1/76 L/Rover Ser.II S/Wagon British Rail
The Series II Land Rover was introduced in 1958 and was manufactured until 1961, when it was replaced by the IIA. Whereas the Series I had flat sides, the Series II can immediately be identified with the rounded side panels, which allowed for the wider track of the vehicle. Coming in Short and Long Wheelbases with numerous body combinations including fixed roofs, canvas roofs, open tops, station wagons etc.
Decorated in the crimson and cream of British Railways, this Station Wagon variation of the Land Rover Series II is registered 61 PRO and is depicted as belonging to the Signal Engineers Department at Crewe, reference 1229 S M, which is printed on both doors. The British Railways totem of cream lettering out of the crimson body colour is also printed beneath the rear side window on each side of the Land Rover, as well as appearing above the rear door. Clever silver masking defines the riveted edges to each side of the rear and the front grille is also silver over a masked matt black background to replicate the signature Land Rover radiator and light configuration.
- Scale: 1/76
- Detailed interior, exterior
- Detailed rotating wheels with real rubber tires.
- Oxford Diecast may have some plastic or metal parts
- This model is part of Oxford collection
- An Accurate Scale Model and replica
- Features highly detailed paintwork
- Not a toy, suitable for age 14+
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