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Canadian Military Pattern Truck
£7.50
Canadian Military Pattern Truck
£8.00
Canadian Military Pattern Truck
£10.00
Canadian Military Pattern Truck
£9.50
Canadian Military Pattern Truck
£9.50
Multiple Rocket Launcher
£4.00
Vickers-Armstrong
£7.00
British Artillery
£7.50
Canadian Training Tank
£10.00
Canadian Armoured Personnel Carrier
£9.00
Canadian & British Vehicle
£12.00
Canadian & British Vehicle
£12.00
CMP C15A 15cwt Truck
Model comes as one part.

The C15A was a Canadian designed and built truck to British Army requirements for use in the armies of the Commonwealth.

It came in many versions and some 500,000 were built between 1940 and 1945. 

This is the 4x4 15cwt version without a cover.


Canadian Military Pattern Truck
£7.50
CMP C15A 15cwt Truck (covered)
Model comes as one part.

The C15A was a Canadian designed and built truck to British Army requirements for use in the armies of the Commonwealth.

It came in many versions and some 500,000 were built between 1940 and 1945. 

This is the 4x4 15cwt version with a cover.


Canadian Military Pattern Truck
£8.00
CMP F-60 Truck
Model comes in 9 parts; body, Bed, Cover, Wheels & Axles.

The F-60 was a Canadian designed and produced truck made to British standards for use in the forces of the Commonwealth. As such they saw service with Canada & Britain as well as Australia and New Zealand. Some were also sent top the Soviet Union.

Over 500,000 CMP trucks were produced, some 410,000 of which were in Canada.

The F-60 was just one of a number of styles of CMP truck.
Canadian Military Pattern Truck
£10.00
CMP F60 3t Ambulance
Model comes as one part.

The F60L was a Canadian designed and built truck to British Army requirements for use in the armies of the Commonwealth.

It came in many versions and some 500,000 were built between 1940 and 1945. 

This is the 4x4 3 ton long wheelbase version ambulance


Canadian Military Pattern Truck
£9.50
CMP F60L 3t (covered)
Model comes as one part.

The F60L was a Canadian designed and built truck to British Army requirements for use in the armies of the Commonwealth.

It came in many versions and some 500,000 were built between 1940 and 1945. 

This is the 4x4 3 ton long wheelbase version with a cover.


Canadian Military Pattern Truck
£9.50
Land Mattress
Model comes as five parts: launcher, base, trailer arm & wheels.

The Land mattress was the British Ar,my's answer to the German Nebelwerfer or Russian Katyusha, a multiple rocket firing weapon.

It saw action from 1944 in the British and Canadian forces.

It could fire 30 3 inch (76mm) 60lb rockets up to 7, 230 metres.
Multiple Rocket Launcher
£4.00
Light Tank Mk VI
Model comes in 2 parts; Hull & Turret.

The Light Tank Mk VI was designed by Vickers-Armstrong in the 1930s. 1,682 were produced between 1936 and 1940.

It was in service in the British Army until 1942 but saw action in the Arab-Israeli War in 1948. Several were captured and used by the German Army during the Battle of France. The Germans designated captured Mk VIs as Leichter Panzerkampfwagen Mk. IV 734(e).

The main armament was a 0.50 inch Vickers machine gun, though the Mk VIC had a 15mm Besa machine gun. They also had a .303 Vickers machine gun. They were operated by a crew of three.


Vickers-Armstrong
£7.00
Ordnance QF 25-Pounder Field Gun
Model comes in parts; Gun - 5, Base - 2, Limber - 4.

This version is in resin.

The 25-pounder was the main artillery piece of the British Army from the 1940s up until the 1960s and saw service with many other nations into the 1980s.

It had a 3.45 inch barrel firing a shell which weighed 25lbs. 
British Artillery
£7.50
Ordnance QF 25-Pounder Field Gun (plastic)
Model comes in parts; Gun - 5, Base - 2, Limber - 4.

The 25-pounder was the main artillery piece of the British Army from the 1940s up until the 1960s and saw service with many other nations into the 1980s.

It had a 3.45 inch barrel firing a shell which weighed 25lbs. 
British Artillery
£6.00
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 machne guns.
Canadian Armoured Personnel Carrier
£9.00
Sexton Self-propelled Artillery
Model comes as one part.

The Sexton was a self-propelled 25 pounder gun built on the Sherman M4 and M3 Lee chassis. It was fitted with an Ordnance QF 25lb MkII gun and 2 .303 Bren guns

It saw service between 1943 and 1948 in the armies of the UK, Canada, Poland, South Africa, India and Portugal.

It had a crew of 6, Commander, Driver, Gunner, Gun-Layer, Loader & Radio Operator.
Canadian & British Vehicle
£12.00
Sexton Self-propelled Artillery (covered )
Model comes as one part.

The Sexton was a self-propelled 25 pounder gun built on the Sherman M4 and M3 Lee chassis. It was fitted with an Ordnance QF 25lb MkII gun and 2 .303 Bren guns

It saw service between 1943 and 1948 in the armies of the UK, Canada, Poland, South Africa, India and Portugal.

It had a crew of 6, Commander, Driver, Gunner, Gun-Layer, Loader & Radio Operator.

This model has a cover (no crew required!)
Canadian & British Vehicle
£12.00
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