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Armoured Car
£7.50
Armoured Car
£7.50
Italian Artillery
£6.00
Italian Medium Tank
£9.00
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Italian Tankette
£5.50
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Italian Truck
£9.50
Italian tank
£7.00
Italian Truck
£10.00
Italian Self-propelled Gun
£10.00
Italian Self-Propelled gun
£8.00
Semovente M42
£8.00
Italian self-propelled gun
£7.50
Italian Truck
£7.00
Autoblinda 40
Model comes in two parts; body & turret.

The Autoblinda was an Italian armoured car manufactured by Fiat-Ansaldo between 1941 & 1943. It came in three versions, 40, 41 & 43, named after the year of production.

Most versions were armed with a 35mm Breda 20mm autocannon and an 8mm coaxial machine gun.

Some 550 of all versions were built and they were used by Italy & Germany.
Armoured Car
£7.50
Autoblinda 43
Model comes in two parts; body & turret.

The Autoblinda was an Italian armoured car manufactured by Fiat-Ansaldo between 1941 & 1943. It came in three versions, 40, 41 & 43, named after the year of production.

Most versions were armed with a 35mm Breda 20mm autocannon and an 8mm coaxial machine gun.

Some 550 of all versions were built and they were used by Italy & Germany.
Armoured Car
£7.50
Cannone da 105/28
Model comes in two parts; Gun and  Shield.

The 105/28 was originally a French artillery piece designed in 1913 by the Schneider company and used by the French Army in WWI. It was also sold to other nations after the war and this version is the Italian which saw service up until 1943. They were also produced in Italy under licence by Ansaldo.

Some 2,000 original versions were made.
Italian Artillery
£6.00
Carro Armato M15/42
This model comes in two parts; hull and turret.

The M15/42 was the last tank made by Italy during WWII. It served in both the Italian and German armies. Although designed for use in North Africa, it did not feature there but in Europe, mainly Italy and Yugoslavia.

118 were made between January and September 1943, 90 for the Italians and 28 for the Germans.

It carried a 47mm L40 gun and up to 3 Breda 38 machine guns.
Italian Medium Tank
£9.00
Carro Veloce CV-33
Model comes as one part.

Also known as the L3/33, this was a turretless tankette produced by Fiat and Ansaldo in Italy. It was based on the Carden Lloyd tankette.

It as the most numerous Italian fighting vehicle and saw action throughout the war wherever Italy fought.

Some 2,700 models were produced and there were several variants. The series I had a single machine gun, this was uprated to twin machine guns for the series II

This version is armed with 2 8mm machine guns.
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Carro Veloce CV-33 (20mm) Command
Model comes as one part.

Also known as the L3/33, this was a turretless tankette produced by Fiat and Ansaldo in Italy. It was based on the Carden Lloyd tankette.

It as the most numerous Italian fighting vehicle and saw action throughout the war wherever Italy fought.

Some 2,700 models were produced and there were several variants. The series I had a single machine gun, this was uprated to twin machine guns for the series II

This version is armed with a Solothurn 20mm anti tank rifle. and is the command version with the extra battery boxes.
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Carro Veloce CV-33 Command
Model comes as one part.

Also known as the L3/33, this was a turretless tankette produced by Fiat and Ansaldo in Italy. It was based on the Carden Lloyd tankette.

It as the most numerous Italian fighting vehicle and saw action throughout the war wherever Italy fought.

Some 2,700 models were produced and there were several variants. The series I had a single machine gun, this was uprated to twin machine guns for the series II

This version is armed with 2 8mm machine guns.

The command vehicle has two battery boxes beside the engine block for the radios.
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Carro Veloce CV-35LF
Model comes as one part.

Also known as the L3/33, this was a turretless tankette produced by Fiat and Ansaldo in Italy. It was based on the Carden Lloyd tankette.

It as the most numerous Italian fighting vehicle and saw action throughout the war wherever Italy fought.

Some 2,700 models were produced and there were several variants. The series I had a single machine gun, this was uprated to twin machine guns for the series II

The main difference between the 33 and 35 was that the 35 had bolted armour rather than riveted and the twin machine guns were standard.

This is the flamethrower version which comes with a 500 litre trailer for the flamethrower fuel. 'LF' is short for 'Lancia Flamme'. One of the twin machine guns is replaced with a flamethrower.
Italian Tankette
£5.50
Carro Veloce CV-35M
Model comes as one part.

Also known as the L3/33, this was a turretless tankette produced by Fiat and Ansaldo in Italy. It was based on the Carden Lloyd tankette.

It as the most numerous Italian fighting vehicle and saw action throughout the war wherever Italy fought.

Some 2,700 models were produced and there were several variants. The series I had a single machine gun, this was uprated to twin machine guns for the series II

This version is armed with 2 8mm machine guns. The main difference between the 33 and 35 was that the 35 had bolted armour rather than riveted and the twin machine guns were standard
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Carro Veloce CV-35M Command
Model comes as one part.

Also known as the L3/33, this was a turretless tankette produced by Fiat and Ansaldo in Italy. It was based on the Carden Lloyd tankette.

It as the most numerous Italian fighting vehicle and saw action throughout the war wherever Italy fought.

Some 2,700 models were produced and there were several variants. The series I had a single machine gun, this was uprated to twin machine guns for the series II

This version is armed with 2 8mm machine guns. The main difference between the 33 and 35 was that the 35 had bolted armour rather than riveted and the twin machine guns were standard.

The command version has the extra battery boxes either side of the engine block for radios.
Italian Tankette
£4.50
Fiat 626
Vehicle comes in 7 parts; Body, wheels, bed, tailgate, cover.

The 262 as an Italian medium truck designed for the Italian Army and Air Force. It operated in North Africa, East Africa, the Balkans, France and the Soviet Union. They were used by Italy, France, Germany and Bulgaria.

It was produced from 1939 to 1948 and some 10,000 were made.
Italian Truck
£9.50
Fiat Ansaldo M11/39
Model comes in 6 parts; Body, Turret, Gun, Tracks.

The M11/39 was an Italian medium tank which saw service from 1939 until 1944. It was officially called the Carro Armato (armoured vehicle) M11/39, the ‘M’ meaning medium and 11 being the weight in tonnes.

It had a crew of 3; commander/radio operator, loader/gunner and driver.

It was armed with a 37mm Vickers L/40 gun and 2 Breda 38 machine guns.

The vehicle saw service in Libya, North Africa, East Africa and Italy.
Italian tank
£7.00
Lancia 3RO
Model comes in 7 parts, truck, cab roof, bed, tailgate, wheels.

The Lancia 3RO was an Italian heavy 4x2 truck which saw service on both WWII and the Second Italo-Ethiopian War.

Almost 9,500 3ROs were built between 1938 and 1950.
Italian Truck
£10.00
Semovente da 149-40
Model comes as seven parts; Hull, Tracks and Gun.

The 149/40 was a self-propelled artillery gun, either a 75mm or 105mm version. It was made by Ansaldo.

There was no protection for the crew, the gun being mounted with no shield. It was built upon a modified Carro Armato M15/42 chassis.
Italian Self-propelled Gun
£10.00
Semovente da 75/18
Model comes as one part.

The 75-18 was built on three different chassis; the M13/40, M40/41 and M15/42. It was in service between 1942 and 1944.

It was armed with a  75 mm obice da 75/18 mod. 34 and an 8mm Breda machine gun. They had a crew of three; commander/gunner, driver and loader/radio operator.

They saw service in North Africa and Sicilly.
Italian Self-Propelled gun
£8.00
Semovente da 75/34
This model comes as one part.

The Semovente was an Italian self-propelled gun based on the M42 chassis.

It saw service between 1943 and 1945 in the Italian and German armies. Only 141 were built.

It weighed 15 tonnes, was armed with a 75mm L/34 gun, 8mm Breda machine gun and had a crew of 3 (Commander, Driver & Loader/Radio Operator).
Semovente M42
£8.00
Semovente da 90/53
Model comes in 4 parts; Body, Tracks & Gun.

The 90/83 was an Italian-produced self-propelled gun/tank destroyer made by Ansaldo.

It was used during 1942 and 1943 by both Italian and German armies. 30 of the vehicles were built in 1942.

It weighed 17 tonnes, had a crew of four and featured a 90mm Cannone da 90/43 gun.

It was used in North Africa, Sicily and Italy.
Italian self-propelled gun
£7.50
Spa AS-37
Model comes in 6 parts: Body, Wheels & Cover.

The Autocarro Sahariano 37 was an Italian light truck which could transport 8 men and their equipment. They were four-wheel drive.

Over 800 were built between 1938 and 1943. They swerved principally in North Africa.
Italian Truck
£7.00
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