Tilly was the name given to British Small Cars coming from the word Utility. These Tilly
You are able to display your model as it is, once removed from its cube shaped box.
vehicles were produced in large numbers for British and Allied forces during WWII from
civilian car designs. They were severely underpowered, but served with distinction and
stayed in production throughout WWII and could be seen on every front. This British Car
was powered by a four cylinder 22-kW engine derived from a 10 HP commercial saloon.
After the washing process, a light weathering is administered which enhances the realistic
finish of the Light Utility Car 10HP.
Decals and high quality pad printed markings have a lifelike weathered appearance.
Special spin-cast parts add to the feeling of weight to the Light Utility Car 10HP.