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Panzerabwehrkanone 36
£5.00
Panzerabwehrkanone 36
£5.00
on gun carriage
£13.00
on emplacement
£10.00
German Recovery Vehicle
£13.00
Sd.Kfz 184
£21.00
2 cm Flak 38 auf Panzer I Ausführung A
£9.00
Pz.Kpfw I flamethrower
£8.00
German Flamethrower Tank
£12.00
German Truck Variant
£11.50
German Truck
£11.00
German anti aircraft truck
£11.50
Infantryman with MP40
£2.00
Infantryman with MG34
£2.00
Infantryman with Rifle
£2.00
10.5 cm K gepanzerte Selbstfahrlafette
Model comes in three parts; Hull and Tracks.

The Dicker Max was a German prototype self-propelled gun designed as a bunker buster for the Maginot Line in France.

It was built on a Pz.Kpfw IV E chassis and featured a 20.cm schwere Kanone 18 gun.

Only 2 models were built. They saw action in Russia with the Panzerjager Abteilung 521. One was destroyed by fire after flames spread to the ammunition and it exploded. The other fought into 1942.
Dicker Max
£17.00
3.7cm Pak 36
Model comes as one part.

The Pak 36 is a 3.7cm anti-tank gun.

It was used between 1936 and 1945. Germany had just over 9,000 Pak 36s at the start of the war and made another 5,339 during the war.

It had a crew of 5; commander, gunner, loader and 2 ammunition carriers.
Panzerabwehrkanone 36
£5.00
3.7cm Pak 36 (limbered)
Model comes as one part.

The Pak 36 is a 3.7cm anti-tank gun.

It was used between 1936 and 1945. Germany had just over 9,000 Pak 36s at the start of the war and made another 5,339 during the war.

It had a crew of 5; commander, gunner, loader and 2 ammunition carriers.

This is the limbered version for towing.
Panzerabwehrkanone 36
£5.00
8.8 cm Flak 18 (Sfl.) auf Zugkraftwagen
Model comes as two parts: Truck and Gun.

Ar the start of the war 10 Sd.Kfz 8 & 9s were altered to carry the 8.8cm Flak. The cab replaced with armour. It was also known as the Bunkerflak.

The vehicles saw action in the invasion of Poland and France an Operation Barbarossa. It weighed 20 tons.
Flakbus
£17.00
8.8cm Flak 36 (carriage)
Model comes in two parts, gun and emplacement.

The 88mm Flak 36 is one of the most widely recognised weapons of World War II and was in service between 1936 and 1945. Over 21,000 units were produced.

It could be used as both anti-aircraft and anti-tank artillery and could fire 18 to 20 rounds per minute. It had a range of almost 10km or a ceiling of 35,000 ft.

The gun had a crew of 10.

This model comes on wheeled gun carriage. The gun can be rotated or removed from the carriage.
on gun carriage
£13.00
8.8cm Flak 36 (emplacement)
Model comes in two parts, gun and emplacement.

The 88mm Flak 36 is one of the most widely recognised weapons of World War II and was in service between 1936 and 1945. Over 21,000 units were produced.

It could be used as both anti-aircraft and anti-tank artillery and could fire 18 to 20 rounds per minute. It had a range of almost 10km or a ceiling of 35,000 ft.

The gun had a crew of 10.

This model comes on the static emplacement. The gun can be rotated or removed from the emplacement.
on emplacement
£10.00
Bergepanzer III
Model comes in 7 parts.

The Bergepanzer III was based on the Panzer III chassis. It was produced from March to December 1944. As the panzer IIIs were being withdrawn from service, 150 of them were converted into recovery vehicles.
German Recovery Vehicle
£13.00
Ferdinand
Model comes in 4 parts; Hull, Tracks and Gun.
Sd.Kfz 184
£21.00
Flakpanzer i
Model comes in two parts; hull and gun.

The Panzer I was designed in 1932 and went into production in 1934. It saw action in the Spanish Civil War, in WWII in Poland, France, Russia and North Africa. 

The Flakpanzer was based on a Pz.Kpfw I Ausf A chassis which had a 2cm Flak 38 anti-aircraft gun mounted on it.

Around 24 models were built. It had a crew of 4 and weighed 5.5 tons.
2 cm Flak 38 auf Panzer I Ausführung A
£9.00
Flakpanzer IV Ostwind
Model comes in three parts; Hull, Gun & Turret.

The Ostwind - East Wind - was a self propelled anti aircraft gun based on the Panzer IV chassis.

The Pz IV turret was removed and replaced with a 3.7cm Flak 43 gun in an octagonal turret. It also had a 7.92mm MG 34 machine gun.

44 Ostwinds were produced between 1944 and 1945, though only 7 were brand new, the rest were converted Pz IVs.

It weighed 25 tonnes and had a crew of five; Commander, Gunner, Loader, Driver and  Radio Operator.
Flak 43
£12.00
Flammpanzer I
Model comes as two part; Hull & Turret.

The Flammpanzer I was a variant of the Pz.Kpfw I fitted with a flamethrower. The modification was done in the field and the vehicles was based on the Pz Ia chassis.

This vehicles was used briefly in north Africa.
Pz.Kpfw I flamethrower
£8.00
Flammpanzer II
Model comes in 5 parts; Hull, Turret, Tracks.

The Panzer II Flamm, Flammpazer II or Flamingo, was a German flamethrower tank designed in 1939.

It was fitted with two flamethrowers on either side at the front of the tank.  143 Flammpanzer IIs were built from January to march 1940, 43 of which were directly converted from Panzer IIs.

They saw action in Russia until late 1941 after which they were withdrawn and converted to Marder IIs.
£9.00
Flammpanzer III Ausf M
Model comes as two parts; hull and turret.

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 M version was produced in 1942 and 1943 and 517 were built. There were minor modifications to the L version including a long 5cm gun and deep wading exhaust.

This is the flamethrower version of the M with a thicker, shorter barrel. 100 Ms were converted to flamethrowers between February and April 1943. The short barrel of the 14mm flammenwerfer gun was disguised under a 1.5m false barrel. The tank carried 1020 litres of fuel for the flamethrower.

There is also a version of the M with skirts available: https://www.paintandglue.co.uk/pzkpfw-iii

Note:
German Flamethrower Tank
£12.00
Ford V3000 Ambulance
Model comes as one part.

The Ford V3000 was made by the German subsidiary of Ford. Some 25,000 were made in various designations.

It was a 3 ton truck and officially designated as the Ford V8 G 198 TS. It was also made in maultier - halftrack versions.

Thus is the full body ambulance version.
German Truck Variant
£11.50
Ford V3000 Maultier
Model comes as one part.

The Ford V3000 was made by the German subsidiary of Ford. Some 25,000 were made in various designations.

It was a 3 ton truck and officially designated as the Ford V8 G 198 TS. It was also made in maultier - halftrack versions.

This is the open-backed maultier version.
German Truck
£11.00
Ford V3000 Maultier Flak 38 (early)
Model comes as two parts; vehicle & gun.

The Ford V3000 was made by the German subsidiary of Ford. Some 25,000 were made in various designations.

It was a 3 ton truck and officially designated as the Ford V8 G 198 TS. It was also made in maultier - halftrack versions.

This is the early version open-backed maultier and is armed with a Flak 38 AA gun.
German AA truck
£11.50
Ford V3000 Maultier Flak 38 (late)
Model comes as two parts; vehicle & gun.

The Ford V3000 was made by the German subsidiary of Ford. Some 25,000 were made in various designations.

It was a 3 ton truck and officially designated as the Ford V8 G 198 TS. It was also made in maultier - halftrack versions.

This is the late version open-backed maultier and is armed with a Flak 38 AA gun.
German anti aircraft truck
£11.50
German Army Cyclist (1)
Model comes in one part.

This is a resin model.

One of a number of cyclists in German army uniform.

Cyclist 1 is pedaling away. He has an MP40 machine gun slung over his chest.

Please note: model does not come with the stand shown
Infantryman with MP40
£2.00
German Army Cyclist (2)
Model comes in one part.

This is a resin model.

One of a number of cyclists in German army uniform.

Cyclist 2 is pedaling. He has an MG34 LMG strapped to his bike.

Please note: model does not come with the stand shown
Infantryman with MG34
£2.00
German Army Cyclist (3)
Model comes in one part.

This is a resin model.

One of a number of cyclists in German army uniform.

Cyclist 3 is standing still while on his bike. He has a rifle over his shoulder and is pointing into the distance.

Please note: model does not come with the stand shown
Infantryman with Rifle
£2.00
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