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radio
£4.00
fule bonnet, front spare, rear fuel, rear weapon
£4.00
fuel bonnet, rear spare, rear fuel, rear weapon
£4.00
Харківський Тракторний Завод
£6.50
Russian Artillery Tractor
£9.00
Fernsprech-Betriebskraftwagen
£8.00
4-door roadster
£5.00
Japanese Scout Car
£5.00
Japanese Scout Car
£5.00
Japanese Scout Car
£5.50
American Light Tank
£9.00
British & Commonwealth Light Tank
£9.00
M5 with a M49 machine gun mount
£9.00
105 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M7
£11.00
Jeep (7)
Model comes as one part.

Most of the jeeps available are slightly different version of the SAS jeep used in north Africa and elsewhere.

This jeep comes in 14 different configurations with different load-outs or spare wheels & fuel cans. Some of them have an option to have a pedestal mounted weapon in the back and some have fitted weapons on the front.
radio
£4.00
Jeep (8)
Model comes as one part.

Most of the jeeps available are slightly different version of the SAS jeep used in north Africa and elsewhere.

This jeep comes in 14 different configurations with different load-outs or spare wheels & fuel cans. Some of them have an option to have a pedestal mounted weapon in the back and some have fitted weapons on the front.
fule bonnet, front spare, rear fuel, rear weapon
£4.00
Jeep (9)
Model comes as one part.

Most of the jeeps available are slightly different version of the SAS jeep used in north Africa and elsewhere.

This jeep comes in 14 different configurations with different load-outs or spare wheels & fuel cans. Some of them have an option to have a pedestal mounted weapon in the back and some have fitted weapons on the front.
fuel bonnet, rear spare, rear fuel, rear weapon
£4.00
Kfz 81 Horch 108 Zwilling Lafette
Model comes as 2 parts; Car and Gun.

The Horch came in light, medium and heavy versions and had a number of uses. The model depicted here is the heavy version which was fitted with an anti-aircraft gun.

Over 5,000 of all versions were built.
Heavy Car with AA
£7.50
KhTZ-16
Model comes in one part.

The KhTZ-16 was an improved tank built in the city of Kharkov in 1941 when the Russians were desperate for more tanks. It was based on the STZ-3 agricultural tractor.

The turretless vehicles had a 45mm anti-tank gun or a 37mm anti-aircraft gun and a 7.62mm DT machine gun.

They had a crew of 2. Around 60 to 90 were built.
Харківський Тракторний Завод
£6.50
King Tiger (Tiger II)
This model comes in 2 parts; Hull & Turret.
£18.00
Komintern Halftrack
Model comes as one part.

The Komintern was an artillery tractor base don the T-24 chassis.
Russian Artillery Tractor
£9.00
Krupp Protze Kfz 19
This model comes in one part. 

The Krupp Protze was a German truck and artillery tractor made between 1934 and 1941. It came in several designations such as Kfz.19 - Telephone Truck, Kfz.21 - Staff car, Kfz.68 - Radio Truck, Kfz.69 - Artillery Tow, Ammo or Generator Carrier (Kfz.81 or 83) etc. The one here is the Kfz.19.

The Kfz.19 was a radio or telephone communications vehicle.



Fernsprech-Betriebskraftwagen
£8.00
Kubelwagen
This model comes in one part.

There can be few people who have't heard of the Kubelwagen, designed by VW. Over 50,000 Kubelwagens were produced between 1940 and 1945.

The model depicted here has the roof up, a bonus as you don't have to find any crew for it!
4-door roadster
£5.00
Kurogane Type 95
This vehicle comes as one part.

This vehicle was used in the Japanese war with Chin and also World War II in the far east. It was produced between 1936 and 1944.

The vehicle came in two door roadster, two door pickup and four door phaeton versions.

This model is the two door roadster model.
Japanese Scout Car
£5.00
Kurogane Type 95 Covered
This vehicle comes as one part.

This vehicle was used in the Japanese war with Chin and also World War II in the far east. It was produced between 1936 and 1944.

The vehicle came in two door roadster, two door pickup and four door phaeton versions.

This model is the two door roadster model with the hood up.
Japanese Scout Car
£5.00
Kurogane Type 95 Pickup
This vehicle comes as one part.

This vehicle was used in the Japanese war with Chin and also World War II in the far east. It was produced between 1936 and 1944.

The vehicle came in two door roadster, two door pickup and four door phaeton versions.

This model is the two door pickup model.
Japanese Scout Car
£5.50
M26 Pershing
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

Intended to replace the M4 Sherman, the Pershing was an American medium to heavy battle tank produced from the end of WWII.

Some Pershings did see action in WWII and fought in Europe during the Battle of Remagen. It saw service in Korea but was withdrawn from service in 1951. It saw service with America, Belgium, Italy, France and the UK.

2,202 Pershings were made between November 1944 and October 1945. It weighed 46 tons and had a crew of five; Commander, gunner, loader, driver, co-driver.

It was armed with a 90mm M3 gun, two Browning 30-06 machine guns and as Browning 50 cal machine gun.
£16.00
M2A4 Light Tank
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The M2 light tank was the forerunner of the Stuart. It was produced between 1935 and 1942.

The M2A4 was armed with a 37mm M5 gun and 5 0.30cal Browning machine guns. Its only combat was in 1942 in the Pacific with the Marines, though they also served with the British Army in Burma.

The M2A4 had a crew of four, commander, gunner, driver and co-driver.
American Light Tank
£9.00
M3 Stuart
This model comes in two part; Hull & Turret.

The M3 Stuart was the first production model of the Stuart. They were supplied mainly to British & Commonwealth troops. They first saw action in North Africa and were often known as "Honeys".

It was fitted with a 37mm anti-tank gun and four machine guns. It was crewed by four; driver, co-driver, gunner & commander.
British & Commonwealth Light Tank
£9.00
M3A1 White Scout Car (covered)
Model comes as one part.

The White M3 Scout car was designed in 1937 and came about as a result of a request for a fast armoured car capable of towing the standard 37mm artillery piece.

The M3A1 was an improvement from 1940 with a longer hull and an unditching roller.

It was capable of being armed with three machine guns on rails, a 50cal and two 30cals. They served in the Phillipines and North Africa and many were sent to Russia.

They weighed 4 tonnes and carried a driver plus seven.
Armoured Car
£7.50
M5A1 Half Track
This model comes in one part.

The M5 was developed by the USA in 1942 and was a personnel carrier.

Nearly 7,500 M5s were produced between 1942 and 1943. It had a range of 125 miles and a top speed of 42mph.

The A1 model was fitted with a M49 machine gun mount and could carry either one 0.5inch Browning heavy machine gun or two M1919 Browning machine guns. 2,859 M5A1s were produced.

This model comes with the 0.5inch Browning.
M5 with a M49 machine gun mount
£9.00
M7 Priest
This model comes in 2 parts; hull and gun.

The M7 Howitzer Motor Carriage was called the 'Priest' by the British Army. It was an American vehicle made by the American Locomotive Company who made 3,489  of them between April 1942 and July 1945. There were a few variants of the M7 which amounted to another 950 or so.

The Priest was fitted with a 105mm M1/M2 Howitzer carrying 69 rounds and had an additional Browning 0.5inch machine gun.

They were used in several armies well past WWII and saw action in Korea and the Israeli Six Day War.
105 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M7
£11.00
M9A1 Halftrack
Model comes as one part.

The M9A1 was a variant of the American-produced M9 halftrack of which some 3,500 units were built. They were used by a number of armies both during WWII and beyond seeing action in the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, Korea, Suez and others.

They were built between 1942 and 1944 and weighed 9.3 tonnes.

They could carry 10 troops and were armed with a 0.50inch Browning machine gun and two 0.30 M1919 Browning machine guns.

They were leased to Russia and the UK who provided them to other Commonwealth armies.
£9.00
Marmon-Herrington Armoured Car
This model comes in two parts;Body & Turret

Originally designed for the South African Army, the Marmon-Herrinton was a conglomeration of an American design, Canadian built chassis & engine and British-supplied armaments.

The MKI was used exclusively by the South African Union Defence Force while the MkII, depicted here, was also used by the British in North Africa. It was the first true four-wheeled drove armoured car in the Commonwealth forces.

887 MkIIs were produced of which 338 were used by the British.

The 6-ton vehicle had a crew of four; driver, co-driver/radio operator, gunner, co-gunner/mechanic. It was variously armed with a 0.5inch Boys anti-tank rifle, 2 .303 Vickers machine guns or 2 Bren guns.
Mk. II version
£8.00
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