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Artillery Schlepper
£7.00
AKA Lehký tank vzor 35
£7.00
Captured Hotchkiss H39
£6.00
Light Reconaissance Tank
£8.50
Hungarian Transport
£9.50
Hungarian Transport
£9.00
Canadian Training Tank
£10.00
Canadian Armoured Personnel Carrier
£9.00
Char léger Modèle 1935 R
£6.50
German Towing Vehicle
£8.50
German Towing Vehicle
£8.00
Standard Troop Carrier
£7.00
Halftrack
£7.00
Halftrack Radio Vehicle
£7.00
Halftrack Radio Vehicle
£7.00
Pz 35t Morser Zugmittel
Model comes as one part.

This is the ammunition carrier version of the Panzer 35t, otherwise known as an artillerie schlepper. It was a derivation of the Czechoslovakian-designed tank.

244 Pz 35ts were grabbed by the German army following the occupation of Czechoslovakia.
Artillery Schlepper
£7.00
Pz.Kpfw 35(t)
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret

The Panzer 35(t) was a Czechoslovakian tank designed by Skoda. It saw service from 1936 until the 1950s in the armies of Czecholslovakia, German, Hungary, Romania & Bulgaria.

It featured at 3.7cm KwK 34(t) gun with two MG37(t) machine guns. The 't' in the name comes from the German word for Czech - tschechisch.

The vehicle saw service in Poland, the Battle for France and the invasion of Russia but was retired in 1942.
AKA Lehký tank vzor 35
£7.00
Pz.Kpfw 38H Artillerieschlepper
Model comes as one part.

The Panzer 38H Artilleriechlepper was a captured Hotchkiss with the turret removed. It was used by the German army to carry ammunition.

The Germans captured many Hotchkiss tanks during the invasion of France. Some were used as-is, others were developed and had new features such as armaments.
Captured Hotchkiss H39
£6.00
Pz.Kpfw II Ausf L "Luchs"
Model comes as two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Ausf L "Luchs" or "Lynx" weight 11.8 tonnes and had a crew of four; commander (gunner), driver, loader and the radio operator. It was the oly Panzer II with interleaved road wheels.

100 models were built between September 1943 and January 1944.

It was armed with a 20mm gun and a 7.92mm machie gun.
Light Reconaissance Tank
£8.50
Pz.Kpfw III Ausf L
This model comes in 2 parts; Hull and turret. The turret is available with or without schurzen side armour plates.

The Panzer III saw service throughout the entire war being produced between 1939 and 1943. It came in at 23 tonnes and had a crew of five (commander, gunner, loader, driver & radio op/machine gunner).

5,774 were built.

The Ausf A to G were equipped with a 3.7cm KwK 36 L/45 gun which was later upgraded to the 5cm KwK 38 L/42 gun for later Ausf F to J versions. Models were equipped with two 7.92mm MG34 machine guns.

The Panzer III was first used in the Poland campaign and saw service throughout the war in Europe and north Africa.
 
The L version was produced in 1941 and 1942 and 1470 were built. There were modifications to the J version including a long 5cm gun and extra armour plates on the hull and turret fronts.
£10.00
Raba 38M Botund Truck


The 38M Botund was a Hungarian all-terrain truck used extensively by the Hungarian army throughout WWII.

2,554 models were built between 1938 and 1948, 1,443 being built between 1938 and 1941.

It weighed 2 tonnes and had a top road speed of 60kph.
£9.00
Raba 38M Botund Truck ( covered)


The 38M Botund was a Hungarian all-terrain truck used extensively by the Hungarian army throughout WWII.

2,554 models were built between 1938 and 1948, 1,443 being built between 1938 and 1941.

It weighed 2 tonnes and had a top road speed of 60kph.
Hungarian Transport
£9.50
Raba 38M Botund Truck (cut-down)


The 38M Botund was a Hungarian all-terrain truck used extensively by the Hungarian army throughout WWII.

2,554 models were built between 1938 and 1948, 1,443 being built between 1938 and 1941.

It weighed 2 tonnes and had a top road speed of 60kph.
Hungarian Transport
£9.00
Ram II
Model comes  two parts, Hull & Turret.

The Ram II was based on the American M3 chassis. It never saw action in combat though it was used extensively in Britain for training up until 1944.

2.032 units were built between November 1941 and July 1943. 

It was armed with a QF 6 pounder Mk III gun and 3 .3 inch machine guns.
Canadian Training Tank
£10.00
Ram Kangaroo
Model comes as one part.

The Kangaroo was a personnel carrier made from the converted chassis of an M3 tank.

There were several version such as Priest Kangaroo, Churchill Kangaroo and Kangeroo Badger.

The Ram Kangaroo entered service in December 1944. It had a crew of 2 and could carry 8 to 10 personnel. It had one or 2 .5 or .3 machine guns.

Please note: this model does come with the front MG turret, though it is not pictured in this model.
Canadian Armoured Personnel Carrier
£9.00
Renault R35
This model comes in 2 parts; Hull and Turret.

The first R35s rolled off the production line in the summer of 1936. Around R35s 1,540 were built between 1936 and 1940. They saw service throughout the war and up to the 1948 Arab Israeli War.

The model was operated by France, Poland, Romania, Turkey, Israel, Yugoslavia, Germany, Italy, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Syria and Lebanon.

The R35 was armed with a 45mm 20K mod. 1932-34 tank gun. It had a top speed of 12mph on road and weighed 11.7 tonnes.
Char léger Modèle 1935 R
£6.50
Rolls Royce 1914 MkI Pattern Armoured Car
Model comes as two parts; Body & Turret.

The Rolls Royce armoured car was developed in 1914 and used throughout WWI and into the early stages of WWII in the middle east. It was first used by the Royal Naval Air Service in 1914.

At the start of WWII 76 vehicles were still in service in the Western Desert, Iraq and Syria. They were withdrawn from service in 1941.

Main armament was a .303 Vickers machine gun.
£8.50
Rolls Royce 1920 MkI Armoured Car
Model comes as two parts; Body & Turret.

The Rolls Royce armoured car was developed in 1914 and used throughout WWI and into the early stages of WWII in the middle east. It was first used by the Royal Naval Air Service in 1914.

At the start of WWII 76 vehicles were still in service in the Western Desert, Iraq and Syria. They were withdrawn from service in 1941.

Main armament was a .303 Vickers machine gun.
£8.50
Sd. Kfz 10 (covered)
This model comes in 1 part.

This German half-track saw action throughout the war. Its main use was as a towing vehicle for small artillery. It had a top speed of 40mph on the road.

Approximately 14,000 in several variants were produced between 1938 and 1945.
German Towing Vehicle
£8.50
Sd.Kfz 10 Halftrack
This model comes in 1 part.

This German half-track saw action throughout the war. Its main use was as a towing vehicle for small artillery. It had a top speed of 40mph on the road.

Approximately 14,000 in several variants were produced between 1938 and 1945.
German Towing Vehicle
£8.00
Sd.Kfz 11
This model comes as one part.

The Sd.Kfz 11 was a German half-track which aw service throughout WWII. It was mainly used as an artillery tow and could carry 8 troops in addition to towing artillery or trailers.

Around 9,000 were produced between 1938 and 1945.

It saw action in Poland, France, the Balkans, Western Front, Eastern Front, North Africa and Italy.
£9.00
Sd.Kfz 250 Ausf A/1
This model comes in one part.

The Sd.Kfz 250 was designed  as a smaller half-track to the standard. It was used for HQ, Radio Forward Observer, Reconnaissace and Scout roles where a larger vehicle was not required.

The vehicle was used between 1941 and 1945 by the German and Romanian Armies. The 250/3 version is perhaps famous as Rommel's personal vehicle in North Africa.

the 250/1 depicted here is the standard troop carrier version and was equipped with one or two 7.92mm MG34 machine guns.
Standard Troop Carrier
£7.00
Sd.Kfz 250 Ausf A/10
This model comes in one part.

The Sd.Kfz 250 was designed  as a smaller half-track to the standard. It was used for HQ, Radio Forward Observer, Reconnaissance and Scout roles where a larger vehicle was not required.

The vehicle was used between 1941 and 1945 by the German and Romanian Armies.

The 250/10 version was Reconnaissance platoon leader's variant with 3.7 cm PaK 35/36
Halftrack
£7.00
Sd.Kfz 250 Ausf A/3
This model comes in one part.

The Sd.Kfz 250 was designed  as a smaller half-track to the standard. It was used for HQ, Radio Forward Observer, Reconnaissance and Scout roles where a larger vehicle was not required.

The vehicle was used between 1941 and 1945 by the German and Romanian Armies.
The 250/3 version was the command /radio version and is perhaps famous as Rommel's personal vehicle in North Africa.


Halftrack Radio Vehicle
£7.00
Sd.Kfz 250 Ausf A/5
This model comes in one part.

The Sd.Kfz 250 was designed  as a smaller half-track to the standard. It was used for HQ, Radio Forward Observer, Reconnaissance and Scout roles where a larger vehicle was not required.

The vehicle was used between 1941 and 1945 by the German and Romanian Armies.

The 250/5 version was the command variant with additional radio equipment.


Halftrack Radio Vehicle
£7.00
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