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Panzerkampfwagen IV
£13.00
Panzer IV
£13.00
German tow
£6.50
German Towing Vehicle
£8.50
German Towing Vehicle
£8.00
2cm Flak 30
£8.50
Self-propelled gun
£9.50
German Armoured Car
£8.00
German Armoured Car
£8.00
German Armoured Car
£8.00
Armoured Car
£8.00
German Armoured car
£7.50
German Armoured car
£8.00
German Armoured car
£8.50
German Armoured car
£8.50
German Armoured car
£9.50
German Armoured car
£9.50
German Armoured car
£9.50
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 (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 10/4
Model comes as 2 parts, vehicle and AA gun.

The Sd.Kfz 10 was a German halftrack which saw action throughout the war. Its main role was as a tow for artillery. It could also carry 8 troops.

It came in several variants and a total of around 14,-000 of all versions were built between 1938 and 1945.

The 10/4 variant carried a 2cm Flak 30 anti aircraft gun on the back.
2cm Flak 30
£8.50
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 124 Wespe
Model comes as one part.

The Wespe was based on the Panzer II Ausf F chassis and first saw action on the Eastern Front in 1943.

It was operated by a Commander, Driver and 3 Gunners. 676 were produced in 1943 & 1944.

Weighing some 11 tonnes it was armed with a 10.5 cm leFH 18/2 L28 gun.
Self-propelled gun
£9.50
Sd.Kfz 221
Model comes as two parts part; Hull & Turret.

The Sd.Kfz 221 was a German light armoured car produced between 1935 and 1940. Some 338 were built and they were armed with an single MG34, though pre 1938 models came with an MG13.
German Armoured Car
£8.00
Sd.Kfz 221 (open turret)
Model comes as two parts part; Hull & Turret.

The Sd.Kfz 221 was a German light armoured car produced between 1935 and 1940. Some 338 were built and they were armed with an single MG34, though pre 1938 models came with an MG13.

This model has open turret hatches.
German Armoured Car
£8.00
Sd.Kfz 221 Leichter Panzerspähwagen
Model comes as two parts part; Hull & gun

The Sd.Kfz 221 was a German light armoured car produced between 1935 and 1940. Some 338 were built and they were armed with an single MG34, though pre 1938 models came with an MG13.

Some 221s, as depicted here, were armed with a 2.8cm sPzB 41 heavy anti tank rifle.
German Armoured Car
£8.00
Sd.Kfz 222
This model comes in two parts; body and turret.

The 222 was a light armoured reconnaissance vehicle produced between 1937 and 1943 and around 990 222s were produced.

It had a 2cm KwK 30 L/55 auto-cannon and an MG34 machine gun. In 1942 the main gun was replaced with a faster firing 2cm KwK 38.

Top road speed was 50mph.
Armoured Car
£8.00
Sd.Kfz 231 6 Rad
Model comes in 2 parts; Body & Turret.

The Sd.Kfz 231 (6 Rad) was a 6-wheeled reconnaissance vehicle. It was produced from 1932 to 1935 and 123 were made.

It was armed with a 20mm QF gun and a Mauser MG13 or later MG 34 machine gun.

It was found to be underpowered and after June 1940 was phased out and moved to driver training schools. It was replaced with an 8-wheeled version.
German Armoured car
£7.50
Sd.Kfz 231 6 Rad FU (Radio Car)
Model comes in 2 parts; Body & Turret.

The Sd.Kfz 231 (6 Rad) was a 6-wheeled reconnaissance vehicle. It was produced from 1932 to 1935 and 928 were made.

It was armed with a 20mm QF gun and a Mauser MG13 or later MG 34 machine gun.

It was found to be under-powered and after June 1940 was phased out and moved to driver training schools.

The 6-wheel version was produced from 1931 to 1936. It was replaced with an 8-wheeled version in 1937.

This is a radio vehicle version of the 231 and comes with a radio antenna which is made with resin.
German Armoured car
£8.00
Sd.Kfz 232 Pusher
Model comes in 2 parts; Body & Turret.

The Sd.Kfz 232 was an 8-wheeled German radio armoured car (the model will come with an aerial).

In 1944 the overhead aerial was replaced with an umbrella aerial when the communications equipment was upgraded.

This model is fitted with the additional frontal armour plate, Zusatzfrontplatte.
German Armoured car
£8.50
Sd.Kfz 233
Model comes in 1 part.

The Sd.Kfz 233 was an 8-wheeled armoured car. 135 were made between July 1942 until October 1943.

It was armed with s 7.5cm K37 gun and an MG34 machine gun.
German Armoured car
£8.50
Sd.Kfz 234/1
Model comes in 2 parts; Body & Turret.

The Sonderkraftfahrzeug 234 (special purpose vehicle 234) was a series of armoured cars produced between 1943 and 1945. (Too late for the desert campaign).
They came in 4 main variants 234/1,2,3 and 4.

The 243/1 depicted here had an open turret with a 2cm KwK 38 gun and was made from mid 1944 to early 1945.
German Armoured car
£9.50
Sd.Kfz 234/2 Puma
Model comes in 2 parts; Body & Turret.

The Sonderkraftfahrzeug 234 (special purpose vehicle 234) was a series of armoured cars produced between 1943 and 1945. (Too late for the desert campaign).
They came in 4 main variants 234/1,2,3 and 4.

The 243/2 depicted here had a turret with a 5cm L/60 gun. It was produced from September 1943 until September 1944. The radio operator could drive the vehicle backwards in an emrgency.

This 234/2 is often referred to as the Puma but apparently this was neither an officia or unofficial nickname for the vehicle.
German Armoured car
£9.50
Sd.Kfz 234/3
Model comes in 1 part.

The Sonderkraftfahrzeug 234 (special purpose vehicle 234) was a series of armoured cars produced between 1943 and 1945. (Too late for the desert campaign).
They came in 4 main variants 234/1,2,3 and 4.

The 243/3 depicted here served as a support vehicle for reconnaissance vehicles. It was open-topped and had a  short-barreled 7.5cm K51 L/24 gun.

88 were built between June and December 1944.
German Armoured car
£9.50
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