1/35 IBG Bedford QLT - Troop Carrier
The 3-Ton Bedford QL was one of the most popular British trucks during the years of WWII. The Prototype started road tests in February 1940. Afterwards the production of a typical light transport version started. Apart from the basic transport version QLD, Bedford's QL also served as a light tractors for anti-aircraft cannons, infantry transporters - QLT, tip-carts - QLW, 6 tons semitrailers tractors - QLC and others. All together 52145 cars in the years 1941-1945.
Includes markings for:
1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment, 8th Infantry Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, Normandy, June 1944
5th Battalion Coldstream Guards, 32nd Guards Brigade, Guards Armoured Division, Holland, 1944
Podhalanian Rifle Battalion, Polish 1st Armoured Division, Normandy, Summer 1944