From the Hobby Master website:
Early in WWII the need for a small utility vehicle became apparent. To expedite the manufacturing process some civilian car designs were modified. These small utility vehicles were usually referred to as “tilly”, a play on the word utility. There were 4 major producers of these vehicles, Austin, Hillman, Standard and Morris. Manufacturers kept some of their distinctive physical features such as hoods (bonnets) and grilles. The “Tilly” was well suited for the multitude of tasks it was assigned and became an iconic WWII British vehicle.
A high quality die-cast model from Hobby Master of the Tilly Light Utility Car "M1136086" (No.1 TCMT, Camberley, UK 1945). Includes stand with name printed on.