The Lightning was the aircraft of choice for many pilots, including the top "Ace" of WWII, Richard I. Bong, the Lightning was so versatile it could also be a bomber carrying high explosive and incendiary bomb loads. It flew at amazing speed and altitude for its time, faster and higher than any other. The sight of a P-38 Lightning so terrified the enemy that the Luftwaffe dubbed it "der gabelschwanz-teufel" which translates as "fork-tailed devil."
This is a Pratt & Whitney engine used in the Spruce Goose and B-36 bomber.
Armoured scout car 4x4 "Feret" Mark 1/2 1952 manufactured by Daimler Co. Ltd. Coventry, England.