Dingo Scout Car "50th RTR 23rd Armoured Brigade Tunisia"
New tooling brings another 1:76 scale vehicle into the Oxford Military series with this Dingo Scout car. 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.