This is an Oxford Diecast 1/76 scale vehicle in mint condition ( see photo ), the box is also mint.
brand new Fowler 4 furrow balance Plough decorated in blue and red with brown wheel surfaces and steel grey furrowing blades and hook. For this set, it is being hauled by the superb Fowler BB1 Ploughing Engine No. 15334 ‘Lady Caroline’, the fifth in the new 1:76 series of period Ploughing Engines. The magnificent machine is decorated in green with gold lining, a black boiler and black chimney. The steering wheel is painted red and the huge wheels have been given a textured finish to give added realism. Gold lettering highlights the name of the engine on the boiler sides. John Fowler & Company was based at Leathley Road, Hunslet, Leeds and produced traction engines, ploughing implements and equipment as well as railway equipments. John Fowler was born in Wiltshire in 1826 and is credited with the invention of steam driven ploughing engines. This Fowler BB1 Class 16nhp compound cylinder ploughing engine ‘Lady Caroline’ was built in 1919 as No. 15334 and is registered NO 2045. The two-piece set is presented in bespoke dark green packaging with gold graphics. Make sure you get your hands on one!