Albion motor wagon, 1914.
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Model (scale 1:6). This is a three-ton Albion motor wagon fitted with a W D type body. About 6000 of these vehicles were made for the British Army between 1914 and 1918, and were used to transport supplies during World War I. It had a four-cylinder 32 hp engine capable of running at 1050 rpm. The frame was built of steel channels connected by presed and tubular cros-members, and the overall length of the wagon was 19.58 feet, with a width of 7.17 feet. Made by the Albion Motor Car Co Ltd of Glasgow.