Another one (or rather, two) from the 1940 Brits box now. Although far from new, it's a good while since this stuff was seen in public. There was a period in the early-mid 1990s when everytime I went to a wargames show attended by Raventhorpe, they had aded to their range of slightly obscure 1930s/early WW2 vehicles. It's almost as if they saw me coming... This particular combo proved irresistible (to me at least) and unusually, little time elapsed between purchase and paint.
The 'QF 3inch 20cwt', or Vickers 3in AA gun to you and me, was a development of a widely used WW1 gun, and the wheeled carriage seen here entered service from 1930.
The Thornycroft Hathi (Hindi for 'elephant') was built in very small numbers for the British Army during the 1920s, but it's four-wheel-drive system made it difficult to maintain.
Both models are rather substantial metal kits which took a fair bit of assembly work - the gun had around 20 parts and the Hathi around 12.