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Panzer II C
£8.50
Panzer II D
£8.50
Panzer II F
£8.50
Light Reconaissance Tank
£8.50
Panzerkampfwagen III
£11.00
Panzer III
£11.00
Panzerkampfwagen IV
£11.00
Panzerkampfwagen IV
£11.00
Panzerkampfwagen IV
£11.00
Panzerkampfwagen IV
£13.00
Panzer IV
£13.00
German tow
£6.50
German Towing Vehicle
£8.00
Pz.Kpfw II Ausf C
Model comes in four parts; hull, tracks & turret.

There were only a few minor changes between the C and previous models. 75 were built between March 1937 and April 1940. It added a ton in weight up to 8.9 tons and had a more powerful engine.

They were armed with a 2cm Kwk 30 main gun and a 7.92mm MG34 machine gun.
Panzer II C
£8.50
Pz.Kpfw II Ausf D
Model comes in four parts; hull, tracks & turret.

The ausf D version retained the same turret as the ausf C but used a new hull and superstructure. It was shorter but wider and taller than the C.

SA total of 43 Ds were built from October 1938 to March 1939. They were withdrawn from service in 1940 when the remaining units were converted to flamethrower tanks.
They were armed with a 2cm Kwk 30 main gun and a 7.92mm MG34 machine gun.
Panzer II D
£8.50
Pz.Kpfw II Ausf F
Model comes in four parts; hull, tracks & turret.

The F was the last major design in the Pz II series. Between March 1941 and December 1942, 524 were built. It was amred with a 2cm KwK 30 main gun and a 7.92mm MG34.
Panzer II F
£8.50
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 E
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.
 
96 Ausf E versions were made in 1939 and 45 Ausf E command tanks were made in 1939 & 1940. Armour was increased to 30mm and the suspension was changed to include 6 road wheels.
£10.00
Pz.Kpfw III Ausf F
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.
 
450 Ausf F versions were made between 1939 and 1941.
£10.00
Pz.Kpfw III Ausf G
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.
 
594 Ausf G versions were made in 1940 and 1941. It had extra armour on the gun mantlet and later versions had the 5 cm KwK 38 L/42 main gun.
Panzerkampfwagen III
£11.00
Pz.Kpfw III Ausf H
This model comes in 2 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.
 
286 Ausf H versions were made between 1940 and 1941, plus 175 command tank versions
Panzer III
£11.00
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
Pz.Kpfw III Ausf M (Schurzen)
This model comes in 2 parts; Hull and turret and is the version with 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 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.
£10.00
Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf B
This model comes as four parts; hull, turret and tracks.

Officially designated as the Sd.Kfz 161, the Panzerkampfwagen IV was developed in the 1930s and was the most widely manufactured German tank of WWII. 

Over 8,500 units in varying designations were built. Its chassis was used as the base for many other vehicles, notably the StuG, Jagdpanzer, Wirbelwind, Hummel, Nashorn and Brummbar.

The Panzer IV saw service on all German fronts. It also saw service in Syria in the 1967 Six Day War.

The tank came in various designations from A-J with varying armour and weapons. It was supplied to the armies of Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Spain, Finland and Italy.

42 Bs were built between May and October 1938.
Panzerkampfwagen IV
£11.00
Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf D
This model comes as four parts; hull, turret and tracks.

Officially designated as the Sd.Kfz 161, the Panzerkampfwagen IV was developed in the 1930s and was the most widely manufactured German tank of WWII. 

Over 8,500 units in varying designations were built. Its chassis was used as the base for many other vehicles, notably the StuG, Jagdpanzer, Wirbelwind, Hummel, Nashorn and Brummbar.

The Panzer IV saw service on all German fronts. It also saw service in Syria in the 1967 Six Day War.

The tank came in various designations from A-J with varying armour and weapons. It was supplied to the armies of Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Spain, Finland and Italy.

248 Ausf Ds  were built between October 1939 and October 1940
Panzerkampfwagen IV
£11.00
Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf E
This model comes as four parts; hull, turret and tracks.

Officially designated as the Sd.Kfz 161, the Panzerkampfwagen IV was developed in the 1930s and was the most widely manufactured German tank of WWII. 

Over 8,500 units in varying designations were built. Its chassis was used as the base for many other vehicles, notably the StuG, Jagdpanzer, Wirbelwind, Hummel, Nashorn and Brummbar.

The Panzer IV saw service on all German fronts. It also saw service in Syria in the 1967 Six Day War.

The tank came in various designations from A-J with varying armour and weapons. It was supplied to the armies of Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Spain, Finland and Italy.

The IV Ausf E came with a 7.5cm KwK (KampfWagenKanone or Combat Vehicle Tank Gun) 37 L/24 short-barelled howitzer.

This version was introduced in October 1940 and 206 were produced between October 1940 and April 1941.
£11.00
Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf F
This model comes in 4 parts; Hull, Turret & tracks.

The turret comes in 2 versions F1 with short gun & F2 with long gun. (Model pictured is F1)

Officially designated as the Sd.Kfz 161, the Panzerkampfwagen IV was developed in the 1930s and was the most widely manufactured German tank of WWII.

Over 8,500 units in varying designations were built. Its chassis was used as the base for many other vehicles, notably the StuG, Jagdpanzer, Wirbelwind, Hummel, Nashorn and Brummbar.

The Panzer IV saw service on all German fronts. It also saw service in Syria in the 1967 Six Day War.

The tank came in various designations from A-J with varying armour and weapons. It was supplied to the armies of Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Spain, Finland and Italy.

The Ausf F1 had a 7.5 cm KwK 37 L/24 gun while the F2 had a 7.5 cm KwK 40 L/43 gun.

471 Fs were built between April 1941 and March 1942. 
£10.00
Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf F1
This model comes as four parts; hull, turret and tracks.

Officially designated as the Sd.Kfz 161, the Panzerkampfwagen IV was developed in the 1930s and was the most widely manufactured German tank of WWII. 

Over 8,500 units in varying designations were built. Its chassis was used as the base for many other vehicles, notably the StuG, Jagdpanzer, Wirbelwind, Hummel, Nashorn and Brummbar.

The Panzer IV saw service on all German fronts. It also saw service in Syria in the 1967 Six Day War.

The tank came in various designations from A-J with varying armour and weapons. It was supplied to the armies of Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Spain, Finland and Italy.

471 F1s were produced between April 1941 an March 1942.
Panzerkampfwagen IV
£11.00
Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf G
This model comes as four parts; hull, turret and tracks.

Officially designated as the Sd.Kfz 161, the Panzerkampfwagen IV was developed in the 1930s and was the most widely manufactured German tank of WWII. 

Over 8,500 units in varying designations were built. Its chassis was used as the base for many other vehicles, notably the StuG, Jagdpanzer, Wirbelwind, Hummel, Nashorn and Brummbar.

The Panzer IV saw service on all German fronts. It also saw service in Syria in the 1967 Six Day War.

The tank came in various designations from A-J with varying armour and weapons. It was supplied to the armies of Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Spain, Finland and Italy.

1,927 Ausf Gs  were built between March 1942 to June 1943.
Panzerkampfwagen IV
£13.00
Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf H
This model comes in 4 parts; Hull, Turret & tracks.


Officially designated as the Sd.Kfz 161, the Panzerkampfwagen IV was developed in the 1930s and was the most widely manufactured German tank of WWII.

Over 8,500 units in varying designations were built. Its chassis was used as the base for many other vehicles, notably the StuG, Jagdpanzer, Wirbelwind, Hummel, Nashorn and Brummbar.

The Panzer IV saw service on all German fronts. It also saw service in Syria in the 1967 Six Day War.

The tank came in various designations from A-J with varying armour and weapons. It was supplied to the armies of Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Spain, Finland and Italy.

The Ausf H had a 7.5 cm KwK 40 L/48 main gun.

2,324 Hs were built between June 1943 & February 1944.
Panzer IV
£13.00
Pz.Kpfw VI Tiger Ausf H

Model comes in 4 parts; Hull, Turret & Tracks.

The Tiger 1 saw action from 1942 to 1945 and produced between 1942 and 1944 when the Tiger 2 came into production. The Tiger was a response to the formidable Russian T-34s and KV-1s on the Russian front and first saw action on that front at Leningrad in September 1942. Three months later the first Tigers appeared in north Africa.

The Tiger weighed over 50 tonnes and came with 120 & 100mm frontal armour. It was equipped with  a high velocity 8.8cm KwK 36 gun and was known to be very accurate, particularly in ranges over 2,500 metres. Due to the high cost only 1,347 were produced; it cost twice as much as a Panzer IV and four times as much as a StuG III.

The ‘H’ in he designation was to denote that the tank was built by the Henschel company.

In 2018 there were seven existing Tigers, one of them – Tiger 131 – has been renovated to full working order at the Bovingdon Tank Museum. Tiger 131 was captured by the British in Tunisia in April 1943 and belonged to the 504th German heavy tank battalion. The crew were captured after bailing out when it was hit by a shell from a Churchill tank of the 48th Royal Tank Regiment. It made an appearance in the film “Fury”.

£15.00
Raupenschlepper Ost
Model comes in 3 parts: Body & Tracks.

The German translation means Caterpillar Tractor East high is often abbreviated to RSO.

The vehicle was made for better performance in the mud and snow during the winter on the Soviet Front.

It was fully tracked and had a crew of two.

Approximately 23,000 RSOs were built.
German tow
£6.50
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
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