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American Artillery Tow
£10.00
American Artillery Tow
£10.00
M5 with a M49 machine gun mount
£9.00
105 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M7
£12.00
Mk. II version
£8.00
A12 Matilda
£9.00
Na Ispug Tractor Tank
£7.50
Na Ispug Tractor Tank
£7.50
Pz.Kpfw V Ausf A
£13.00
Pz.Kpfw V Ausf A
£13.00
Pz.Kpfw V Ausf D
£13.00
Pz.Kpfw V Ausf G
£13.00
New Zealand Home Guard Vehicle
£7.00
M4 High Speed Tractor (class A)
Model comes as one part.

The M4 HST was an artillery tractor used by the American Army between 1943 and 1960. Some 5,811 were made between 1943 and 1945 and they were also used by the Belgians.

They were configured to two a 90mm anti aircraft gun or the 155mm Long Tom howitzer.

The A version carried ammo horizontally  in cabinets, the B version stowed the ammo vertically. They were armed with a M2 Browning machine gun.
American Artillery Tow
£10.00
M4 High Speed Tractor (class B)
Model comes as one part.

The M4 HST was an artillery tractor used by the American Army between 1943 and 1960. Some 5,811 were made between 1943 and 1945 and they were also used by the Belgians.

They were configured to two a 90mm anti aircraft gun or the 155mm Long Tom howitzer.

The A version carried ammo horizontally  in cabinets, the B version stowed the ammo vertically. They were armed with a M2 Browning machine gun.
American Artillery Tow
£10.00
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
£12.00
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
Matilda II
This model comes as two parts; hull & turret.

Originally specified as the A12, the Matilda saw service with the British Army from 1939 to 1955. It fought in WWII and the Arab Israeli War.

2.987 Matilda IIs were built between 1937 and 1943. It weighed 25 tons, featured a 2 pounder 44mm gun and a 7.92mm Besa machine gun. It had a crew of four; driver, gunner, loader, & commander.

409 Matildas were supplied to the Australian Army between 1942 and 1944 and saw action in the Pacific theatre. Nearly 1,100 were sent to Russia and saw action in the Battle of Moscow.
A dozen Matildas were captured and used by the German Army following Operation Battleaxe.
A12 Matilda
£9.00
Morris Commercial CS8 (cover, no doors)
Model comes in one part.

The Morris Commercial CS8 was a British truck used during WWII and beyond. It came in three versions, Mk I, II & III.

Until 1940 the vehicle was firtted with small aeroscreens and canvas doors. During 1941 models were fitted with full windscreens and metal skinned half-doors.

Some 21, 300 vehicles were produced between 1934 and 1941.

We have several versions of the CS8 available.

This one has a covered back and cab with no doors.
British Truck
£7.00
Morris Commercial CS8 (cover, no doors, no cab roof)
Model comes in one part.

The Morris Commercial CS8 was a British truck used during WWII and beyond. It came in three versions, Mk I, II & III.

Until 1940 the vehicle was firtted with small aeroscreens and canvas doors. During 1941 models were fitted with full windscreens and metal skinned half-doors.

Some 21, 300 vehicles were produced between 1934 and 1941.

We have several versions of the CS8 available.

This one has a covered back and cab with no doors.
British Truck
£7.00
Morris Commercial CS8 (covered, no cab)
Model comes in one part.

The Morris Commercial CS8 was a British truck used during WWII and beyond. It came in three versions, Mk I, II & III.

Until 1940 the vehicle was fitted with small aeroscreens and canvas doors. During 1941 models were fitted with full windscreens and metal skinned half-doors.

Some 21, 300 vehicles were produced between 1934 and 1941.

We have several versions of the CS8 available.

This one has an covered back, open cab with doors.
British Truck
£7.00
Morris Commercial CS8 (cut down)
Model comes in one part.

The Morris Commercial CS8 was a British truck used during WWII and beyond. It came in three versions, Mk I, II & III.

Until 1940 the vehicle was firtted with small aeroscreens and canvas doors. During 1941 models were fitted with full windscreens and metal skinned half-doors.

Some 21, 300 vehicles were produced between 1934 and 1941.

We have several versions of the CS8 available.

This one has an open back and doors.
British Truck
£6.50
Morris Commercial CS8 (open back, no doors)
Model comes in one part.

The Morris Commercial CS8 was a British truck used during WWII and beyond. It came in three versions, Mk I, II & III.

Until 1940 the vehicle was firtted with small aeroscreens and canvas doors. During 1941 models were fitted with full windscreens and metal skinned half-doors.

Some 21, 300 vehicles were produced between 1934 and 1941.

We have several versions of the CS8 available.

This one has an open back and no doors.
British Truick
£6.50
Odessa NI (1)
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The NI tank was an improvised tank based on the STZ-3 agricultural tractor. They were built during the siege of Odessa within city and sent out to fight against the Romanians in 1941.

"Na Ispug" is Russian for "for fright"; these vehicles did not have an official designation. Some 69 models were produced.

We have two versions available.
Na Ispug Tractor Tank
£7.50
Odessa NI (2)
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The NI tank was an improvised tank based on the STZ-3 agricultural tractor. They were built during the siege of Odessa within city and sent out to fight against the Romanians in 1941.

"Na Ispug" is Russian for "for fright"; these vehicles did not have an official designation. Some 69 models were produced.

We have two versions available.
Na Ispug Tractor Tank
£7.50
Opel Blitz Maultier
Model comes as one part.
£9.00
Panther Ausf A
This model comes as two parts; hull and turret.

The Panther is one of the most famous German tanks. Designated as Panzerkampfwagen V it saw action on both Eastern and Western Fronts between mid-1943 until the end of the war.

It was designed to combat the Russian T-34s.

The Panther weighed 48.8 tons and was armed with a 7.5cm KwK 42 L/70 main gun with 2 7.92mm MG43 machine guns. It had a crew of five; driver, radio operator/hull machine gunner, commander, gunner and loader.

The Ausf A version came after the D. 2,200 were built between August 1943 and August 1944.
Pz.Kpfw V Ausf A
£13.00
Panther Ausf A (no schurzen)
This model comes as two parts; hull and turret.

The Panther is one of the most famous German tanks. Designated as Panzerkampfwagen V it saw action on both Eastern and Western Fronts between mid-1943 until the end of the war.

It was designed to combat the Russian T-34s.

The Panther weighed 48.8 tons and was armed with a 7.5cm KwK 42 L/70 main gun with 2 7.92mm MG43 machine guns. It had a crew of five; driver, radio operator/hull machine gunner, commander, gunner and loader.

The Ausf A version came after the D. 2,200 were built between August 1943 and August 1944.
Pz.Kpfw V Ausf A
£13.00
Panther Ausf D
This model comes as two parts; hull and turret.

The Panther is one of the most famous German tanks. Designated as Panzerkampfwagen V it saw action on both Eastern and Western Fronts between mid-1943 until the end of the war.

It was designed to combat the Russian T-34s.

The Panther weighed 48.8 tons and was armed with a 7.5cm KwK 42 L/70 main gun with 2 7.92mm MG43 machine guns. It had a crew of five; driver, radio operator/hull machine gunner, commander, gunner and loader.

842 Ausf Ds were built between January 1943 and September 1944.
Pz.Kpfw V Ausf D
£13.00
Panther Ausf G
This model comes as two parts; hull and turret.

The Panther is one of the most famous German tanks. Designated as Panzerkampfwagen V it saw action on both Eastern and Western Fronts between mid-1943 until the end of the war.

It was designed to combat the Russian T-34s.

The Panther weighed 48.8 tons and was armed with a 7.5cm KwK 42 L/70 main gun with 2 7.92mm MG43 machine guns. It had a crew of five; driver, radio operator/hull machine gunner, commander, gunner and loader.

2,961 Ausf Gs were built between March 1944 and April 1945.
Pz.Kpfw V Ausf G
£13.00
Pattern Wheeled Carrier
Model comes as one part.

The Pattern Wheeled Carrier was built in New Zealand in the latter half of the war. It was designed to be used on the home front but some saw service in Korea.

Some served in artillery units as observation vehicles.
New Zealand Home Guard Vehicle
£7.00
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