Oxford Diecast 76TRF003 Thompson Refueller RAF
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Decorated in dark green and brown camouflage colours with black interior and exterior white lettering, the vehicle is registered to the RAF as RAF 18803. Further identification sees the number 5 in red printed on the upper surface for the benefit of traffic from the air and operatives are reminded of the 100 octane fuel requirements with respective markings on the sides of the body. A final detail comprises the Thompson Bros Aircraft Refueller badge faithfully replicated on the front of the vehicle. Although developed in the 1930s, F/11 is thought to have seen service on WWII airfields around 1943, when it was no doubt working flat out keeping our Allied aircraft topped up between sorties.