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Hungarian Light Tank
£9.00
Hungarian Light Tank
£9.00
Hungarian Armoured Car
£7.00
Hungarian SP AA
£11.00
Mk I
£9.00
Turan II Medium Tank
£9.00
Mk III
£9.00
Hungarian Assault Gun
£8.00
Hungarian Assault Gun with side armour
£8.50
French Light Tank
£6.50
Char léger modèle 1935 H modifié 39
£6.50
AKA Lehký tank vzor 35
£7.00
Hungarian Transport
£9.50
Hungarian Transport
£9.00
Tun Anticar pe Afet Mobil - Self-propelled Anti-tank Gun
£7.00
38M Toldi I
This model comes as two parts; hull & turret.

The Toldi was a light tank used by Hungary against Yugoslavia in WWII and then in Russia.

It was named after the 14th century Hungarian knight Miklós Toldi.

A total of 202 Toldis were produced but the figure includes Mk I, II, IIa and 3.

The Toldi I featured a 20mm Soluthurn anti-tank rifle. 80 Toldi Is were made.
Hungarian Light Tank
£9.00
38M Toldi II
This model comes as two parts; hull & turret.

The Toldi was a light tank used by Hungary against Yugoslavia in WWII and then in Russia.

It was named after the 14th century Hungarian knight Miklós Toldi.

A total of 202 Toldis were produced but the figure includes Mk I, II, IIa and 3.

The Toldi featured a 20mm main gun and 8mm machine gun and had a crew of 3.
Hungarian Light Tank
£9.00
39M Csaba
Model comes in two parts; Body & Turret

The 39M Csaba saw service with the Hungarian Army between 1939 and 1944. Some 137 were built and they were used as fighting vehicles as a well as command cars and reconnaissance vehicles.

It weighed just under 6 tons and had a 20 mm Solothurn anti-tank rifle and an 8 mm machine gun. It had a crew of three; driver, commander and gunner.
Hungarian Armoured Car
£7.00
40M Nimrod
Model comes in two parts - Hull & Turret.

The 40M Nimrod was a Hungarian self-propelled anti-airtcraft gun.

It weighted 10.5 tonnes and had a crew of 6.

It was armed with a 40mm 36M anti-aircraft gun whichh was  Hungairan bult licensed version of the 40mm Bofors L/60 which could fire 120 rounds per minute.
Hungarian SP AA
£11.00
40M Turan I
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret

The Turan was based on the Czechoslovakian T-21 medium tank. It came in two main versions, the 40M Turan (Turan I) and the 41m Turan (Turan II). One of the main differences was the Turan I had a 40mm gun while the II had a 75m gun.

A total of 424 Turans were built between 1940 and 1944.

The Turan II weighed 18.2 tonnes and had a 75 mm 41M L/25 gun plus two 8mm Gebauer 34/40.M machine guns.

The Turans were employed by the 1st and 2nd Hungarian Armoured Divisions, as well as the 1st Cavalry Division, in 1943 and 1944. Only one survives and can be found in the Kubinka Tank Museum near Moscow.
Mk I
£9.00
41M Turan Mk II
This model comes as two parts; hull & turret.

The Turan was based on the Czechoslovakian T-21 medium tank. It came in two main versions, the 40M Turan (Turan I) and the 41m Turan (Turan II). One of the main differences was the Turan I had a 40mm gun while the II had a 75m gun.

A total of 424 Turans were built btween 1940 and 1944.

The Turan II weighed 18.2 tonnes and had a 75 mm 41M L/25 gun plus two 8mm Gebauer 34/40.M machine guns.

The Turans were employed by the 1st and 2nd Hungarian Armoured Divisions, as well as the 1st Cavalry Division, in 1943 and 1944. Only one survives and can be found in the Kubinka Tank Museum near Moscow.
Turan II Medium Tank
£9.00
43M Turan III
Model comes as two parts: Hull & Turret.

The Turan was based on the Czechoslovakian T-21 medium tank. It came in two main versions, the 40M Turan (Turan I) and the 41m Turan (Turan II). One of the main differences was the Turan I had a 40mm gun while the II had a 75m gun.

A total of 424 Turans were built btween 1940 and 1944.

The Turan II weighed 18.2 tonnes and had a 75 mm 41M L/25 gun plus two 8mm Gebauer 34/40.M machine guns.

The Turans were employed by the 1st and 2nd Hungarian Armoured Divisions, as well as the 1st Cavalry Division, in 1943 and 1944. Only one survives and can be found in the Kubinka Tank Museum near Moscow.

The Turan III had German 75 mm (2.95 in) KwK 40 L43 gun. Only one prototype was made before it was cancelled in 1944 as German Panzer IVs were in plentiful supply.

Mk III
£9.00
43M Zrinyi
Model comes as one part.

The Zrinyi was a Hungarian assault gun based on the 40M Turan tank's chassis. There were two models the Zrinyi I & Zrinyi II, however the I never got beyond the prototype stage.

Between 40 and 60 Zrinyis were produced between 1943 and 1944.

The vehicle weighed 21 tons and had a crew of four. It was armed with a 105 mm MÁVAG 40/43M howitzer and carried 42 rounds.
Hungarian Assault Gun
£8.00
43M Zrinyi (side armour)
Model comes as one part.

The Zrinyi was a Hungarian assault gun based on the 40M Turan tank's chassis. There were two models the Zrinyi I & Zrinyi II, however the I never got beyond the prototype stage.

Between 40 and 60 Zrinyis were produced between 1943 and 1944. This one comes with the side armour.

The vehicle weighed 21 tons and had a crew of four. It was armed with a 105 mm MÁVAG 40/43M howitzer and carried 42 rounds.

This version has the side armour.
Hungarian Assault Gun with side armour
£8.50
Hotchkiss H35
Model comes n two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Hotchkiss H35 saw service from 1935 until 1952 and appeared in The Israeli War of Independece as well as WWII. It was used by France, Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary as well as Nazi Germany and some other nations.

Weighing 11 tons it featured a37mm SA 18 gun and a 7.5 mm MAC31 Reibel coaxial machine gun.

About 550 vehicles were captured and used by the Germans who redsignated them as either Panzerkampfwagen 35H 734(f) or Panzerkampfwagen 38H 735(f). Around 1200 were built.
French Light Tank
£6.50
Hotchkiss H39
Model comes n two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Hotchkiss H39 was an update of the H35. It was very similar, with the same gun but had a new engine and was slightly faster with a longer range.

It was armed with a 37 mm SA 18 gun and a 7.5 mm MAC31 Reibel coaxial machine gun. Prior to 1940 it was armed with the shorter barrel but the version depicted here has the longer barrel.

Around 1200 were produced between September 1936 and June 1940. It served in several armies including France, Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Croatia & Yugoslavia.
Char léger modèle 1935 H modifié 39
£6.50
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
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
Tacam R2 Self Propelled Gun
Model comes in one part

The Tacam R2 was Romanian anti-tank vehicle built upon the R2 light tank. The turret of the R2 was removed and replaced with a Russian Zis 3 76.2mm field gun.

It saw service in 1944- 1945. Only around 20 were built.
Tun Anticar pe Afet Mobil - Self-propelled Anti-tank Gun
£7.00
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