The Post Office logs have to go of course, and it'll need a bit of a re-paint too - maybe in "Blue Sun" colours ? It did come with the tyres from the fron of the cab missing but as the rear cab axle had double tyres on its wheels, a quick swap around made it into a usable state.Another one of my daughter's finds was this very nice van, don't ask me what make it is, I'm not that bothered. It's another very usable vehicle, an possible a little under-scaled too, but nevertheless it's another vehicle that will be adding to the traffic mayhem on the roads of Perdition,
As in the Post office vehicle above , none of the doors open and it is a left-hand drive - not that anyone is going to notice. The PO vehicle would be left- hand drive too, of course but with it's blacked out windows it's not apparent.
I really do like the signage on this van too.
|Another view showing just how small this is.|
I'm sure I've seen this in various stores (Wilkinsons possibly) for about £4, so it's not bad value.
Once more the doord don't openm on it, but the large windows do show a fairly detailed interior, which the lackadaisical cameraman has once more failed to capture.
I liked this vehicle so much that I quickly decided to 'write it into' a scenario I had already planned.
|"and it's goodbye from me"|
, whose blog "I have Wrought My Simple Plan" you can find here.