Representing an anti aircraft vehicle attached to the Royal Artillery in Malta during World War II, this model comes decorated in an unusual desert camouflage scheme of black and beige with a slightly lighter ‘canvas’ back with the rear section rolled up. The wheel hubs and the interior seats are also beige. Military lettering is printed in white and a final detail sees the Maltese Cross on the front bumper printed yellow and blue. The heroism of the Maltese people during the ceaseless bombarding by enemy aircraft during World War II earned the brave islanders the George Cross. An example of the real vehicle is on view in the Ta Kali Museum in Malta to this day.