76ASL002 OXFORD DIECAST Armstrong Siddeley Lancaster in ivory
The Armstrong Siddeley Lancaster, produced by the company between 1945 and 1952, was their first post-war luxury sports saloon.
During its lifetime, just over 3500 were produced of this four-door vehicle before it was superseded by the Siddeley Whitley.
This model comes in ivory with a red oxide coloured stripe running the whole length of the sides and contours of the rear wheel arches. This red-brown colour is also used for the interior seating, steering wheel and floor.
Registered KKB 741, additional details include ivory/silver wheels, brown dashboard and brown door cappings. A chrome finish is given to the radiator grille, window surrounds, door handles and bumpers.
A final touch sees the Armstrong Siddeley badge above the radiator grille and also in the centre above the rear license plate.