The Ford Transit Mk 1 was released in 1965 as a light commercial cargo van, production continued until 1978 when the updated MKII appeared.
The fact that the marque has remained a leading Ford model, evolving over the years is testament to its popularity and longevity with over eight million sales to date.
The vehicle was designed as a successor to the Ford 400E Van. Registered GYH 194D from 1966, this model might well represent the original 'white van'.
It features the long wheelbase, widened wheel arches and rear double doors of its real-life counterpart.
Contrasting black has been applied to the chassis, window surrounds, radiator and radiator slots, interior and the steering wheel.
The wheels are also white with silver hub caps. Door handles and the wing mirrors mounted on the front of the bonnet are also silver while the bumpers are finished in chrome.