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Broneavtomobil 10M
£7.50
Broneavtomobil 6
£7.50
Boyevaya Mashina Pekhoty 2
£14.00
£15.00
Russian Armoured Personnel Carrier
£15.00
Russian Armoured Personnel Carrier
£8.00
Italian Medium Tank
£9.00
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Italian Tankette
£5.50
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Italian Tankette
£4.50
British Main Battle Tank
£19.00
French Medium Tank
£13.00
LRDG Transport Vehicle
£9.00
British Flamethrower Tank
£21.00
BA-10M Armoured Car (Halftrack)
Model comes in two parts; Body & Turret.

The BA-10 was a Russian armoured car built between 1938 and 1941, though it was used throughout the war into 1945. Large numbers were captured by the Finns & Germans.

The vehicle was built on the Gaz-AAA six-wheeled truck. It weighted 5.14 tonnes and a top road speed of 53kph. It was armed with a 45mm 20K gun with 49 rounds and 2 7.62mm DT machine guns.

This is the halftrack version of the 10M armoured car.
Broneavtomobil 10M
£7.50
BA-6 Armoured Car
Model comes in two parts; Body & Turret.

The BA-6 was a Russian armoured car developed from the 1933 BA-3 in 1936.

The BA-6 was used in the Spanish Civil War, War against Japan in the Battle of Khalkhyn Gol and the Finnish Winter War as well as throughout WWII.

The vehicle was built on the Gaz-AAA six-wheeled truck. It weighted 5.1 tonnes and a top road speed of 55kph. It was armed with a 45mm 20K gun with 60 rounds and 2 7.62mm DT machine guns.
Broneavtomobil 6
£7.50
BMP 2
Model comes as two parts; Hull & Turret.

The BMP-2 is an infantry fighting vehicle in service with the Soviet/Russian Army since 1980.

The BMP-2 carries 7 troops and has a crew of 3. It is armed with a 2A42 30 mm autocannon and the 9P135M ATGM launcher capable of firing guided anti-tank missiles such as the Fagot or Konkurs.

It weighs 14.3 tonnes and is capable o 65kmh on road or 45km off road.
Boyevaya Mashina Pekhoty 2
£14.00
BTR 60 PA
Model comes as on parts.

The BTR-60 is an eight-wheeled APC which entered Soviet service in 1961.

The 60 PA had a crew of 2 and carried 16 personnel. 

The PA version was produced between 1966 and 1976. It could travel at 80kph on road and 10kph in water. It had an armoured roof over the troop compartment and could be itted with a 7.62mm machine gun.
£15.00
BTR 60 PB
Model comes as two parts; Hull & Turret.

The BTR-60 is an eight-wheeled APC which entered Soviet service in 1961.

The 60 PB had a crew of 3 and carried 14 personnel. It has a turret fitted with a 14.5mm KPVT heavy machine gun and a 7.62 coaxial KPVT machine gun.

The PB version was produced between 1966 and 1976. It could travel at 80kph on road and 10kph in water.
Russian Armoured Personnel Carrier
£15.00
BTR-40
Model comes as 1 part.

The BTR-40 is a our-wheeled armoured personnel carrier and reconnaissance vehicle.

8,500 were produced between 1950 and 1960. It had a crew of 2 and carried 8 personnel. It could be fitted with up to 3 7.62SGMB medium machine guns as it had 3 pintle mounts.

It served in over 30 armies throughout the world including Russia, China, Afghanistan, Cambodia, Hungary, Somalia, Uganda and many others.


Russian Armoured Personnel Carrier
£8.00
Carro Armato M15/42
This model comes in two parts; hull and turret.

The M15/42 was the last tank made by Italy during WWII. It served in both the Italian and German armies. Although designed for use in North Africa, it did not feature there but in Europe, mainly Italy and Yugoslavia.

118 were made between January and September 1943, 90 for the Italians and 28 for the Germans.

It carried a 47mm L40 gun and up to 3 Breda 38 machine guns.
Italian Medium Tank
£9.00
Carro Veloce CV-33
Model comes as one part.

Also known as the L3/33, this was a turretless tankette produced by Fiat and Ansaldo in Italy. It was based on the Carden Lloyd tankette.

It as the most numerous Italian fighting vehicle and saw action throughout the war wherever Italy fought.

Some 2,700 models were produced and there were several variants. The series I had a single machine gun, this was uprated to twin machine guns for the series II

This version is armed with 2 8mm machine guns.
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Carro Veloce CV-33 (20mm) Command
Model comes as one part.

Also known as the L3/33, this was a turretless tankette produced by Fiat and Ansaldo in Italy. It was based on the Carden Lloyd tankette.

It as the most numerous Italian fighting vehicle and saw action throughout the war wherever Italy fought.

Some 2,700 models were produced and there were several variants. The series I had a single machine gun, this was uprated to twin machine guns for the series II

This version is armed with a Solothurn 20mm anti tank rifle. and is the command version with the extra battery boxes.
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Carro Veloce CV-33 Command
Model comes as one part.

Also known as the L3/33, this was a turretless tankette produced by Fiat and Ansaldo in Italy. It was based on the Carden Lloyd tankette.

It as the most numerous Italian fighting vehicle and saw action throughout the war wherever Italy fought.

Some 2,700 models were produced and there were several variants. The series I had a single machine gun, this was uprated to twin machine guns for the series II

This version is armed with 2 8mm machine guns.

The command vehicle has two battery boxes beside the engine block for the radios.
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Carro Veloce CV-35LF
Model comes as one part.

Also known as the L3/33, this was a turretless tankette produced by Fiat and Ansaldo in Italy. It was based on the Carden Lloyd tankette.

It as the most numerous Italian fighting vehicle and saw action throughout the war wherever Italy fought.

Some 2,700 models were produced and there were several variants. The series I had a single machine gun, this was uprated to twin machine guns for the series II

The main difference between the 33 and 35 was that the 35 had bolted armour rather than riveted and the twin machine guns were standard.

This is the flamethrower version which comes with a 500 litre trailer for the flamethrower fuel. 'LF' is short for 'Lancia Flamme'. One of the twin machine guns is replaced with a flamethrower.
Italian Tankette
£5.50
Carro Veloce CV-35M
Model comes as one part.

Also known as the L3/33, this was a turretless tankette produced by Fiat and Ansaldo in Italy. It was based on the Carden Lloyd tankette.

It as the most numerous Italian fighting vehicle and saw action throughout the war wherever Italy fought.

Some 2,700 models were produced and there were several variants. The series I had a single machine gun, this was uprated to twin machine guns for the series II

This version is armed with 2 8mm machine guns. The main difference between the 33 and 35 was that the 35 had bolted armour rather than riveted and the twin machine guns were standard
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Carro Veloce CV-35M Command
Model comes as one part.

Also known as the L3/33, this was a turretless tankette produced by Fiat and Ansaldo in Italy. It was based on the Carden Lloyd tankette.

It as the most numerous Italian fighting vehicle and saw action throughout the war wherever Italy fought.

Some 2,700 models were produced and there were several variants. The series I had a single machine gun, this was uprated to twin machine guns for the series II

This version is armed with 2 8mm machine guns. The main difference between the 33 and 35 was that the 35 had bolted armour rather than riveted and the twin machine guns were standard.

The command version has the extra battery boxes either side of the engine block for radios.
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Centurion Mk3
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Centurion was the main battle tank of the British Army following WWII. Although produced at the end of WWII it's first action was in Korea in 1950.

It served in many armies right up to the 1990s, such armies as Canada, Australia, Israel, South Africa, Denmark, India, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Somalia, Sweden and others.

The Mark 3 was fitted with a 20pdr (84mm) gun. It was crewed by four; commander, driver, gunner & loader and weighed 51 tons.
British Main Battle Tank
£19.00
Centurion Mk5
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Centurion was the main battle tank of the British Army following WWII. Although produced at the end of WWII it's first action was in Korea in 1950.

It served in many armies right up to the 1990s, such armies as Canada, Australia, Israel, South Africa, Denmark, India, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Somalia, Sweden and others.

The Mark 5/2 was fitted with a 105mm L7 gun. It also had two machine guns, a 7.62mm Browning M1919A4 coaxial and a M2 caliber .50 HMG.

It was crewed by four; commander, driver, gunner & loader and weighed 51 tons.
£19.00
Char B1 bis
Model comes as two parts; Hull & Turret.

The B1 was an inter-war French medium tank. 

The B1 bis was an upgraded version of the B1 with thicker armour and an upgraded turret and gun.

Between April 1937 and June 1940 some 369 vehicles were delivered. It was armed with a 75 mm ABS SA 35 howitzer in the hull and a 47 mm SA 35 gun in the turret. It also had 2 7.5mm Reibel machine guns.It weighed 28 tonnes and had a crew of four.

After the fall of France the Free French forces continued to use them. The German Army also sued captured versions converting some to flamethrowers, munitions tanks or mechanised artillery.
French Medium Tank
£13.00
Chevrolet 30 cwt Truck
This vehicle comes in two parts; Truck & Weapon.

The Chevrolet 30cwt was used by the British Long Range Desert Group in north Africa. It also saw action in Italy and the Balkans.
LRDG Transport Vehicle
£9.00
Chevrolet 3t GS Covered Truck
Model comes as one part.
£9.00
Chevrolet 3t GS Truck
Model comes as one part.
£8.50
Churchill Crocodile
Model comes as 5 parts; hull, tracks, turret & trailer.

The Crocodile was a variant of the Tank, Infantry, Mk VI (A22) Churchill Mark VII, and was adapted as a flamethrower vehicle.

It was in service in 1944 and 1945 and also saw action in the Korean War.

It had a crew of six; commander, gunner, driver, radio operator/loader, flamethrower gunner, co-driver/hull gunner. It had a 6.5 ton armoured trailer which carried 400 gallons of fuel as well as  gas propellant. There was enough fuel for 80 one-second bursts of flame.

The turret contained the main gun as well as the flamethrower so it could be operated as a normal tank with its QF 75mm gun.

Some 800 coversion kits were made and some were fitted to the Mk VIII Churchill also.
British Flamethrower Tank
£21.00
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