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Japanese Scout Car
£5.00
Japanese Scout Car
£5.50
Type 97 Shinho To Chi-Ha
£9.00
Japanese Truck
£7.50
Experimental Japanese Self-propelled gun
£13.00
Japanese Medium Tank
£8.50
Japanese Command Tank
£8.00
Kurogane Type 95
This vehicle comes as one part.

This vehicle was used in the Japanese war with Chin and also World War II in the far east. It was produced between 1936 and 1944.

The vehicle came in two door roadster, two door pickup and four door phaeton versions.

This model is the two door roadster model.
Japanese Scout Car
£5.00
Kurogane Type 95 Covered
This vehicle comes as one part.

This vehicle was used in the Japanese war with Chin and also World War II in the far east. It was produced between 1936 and 1944.

The vehicle came in two door roadster, two door pickup and four door phaeton versions.

This model is the two door roadster model with the hood up.
Japanese Scout Car
£5.00
Kurogane Type 95 Pickup
This vehicle comes as one part.

This vehicle was used in the Japanese war with Chin and also World War II in the far east. It was produced between 1936 and 1944.

The vehicle came in two door roadster, two door pickup and four door phaeton versions.

This model is the two door pickup model.
Japanese Scout Car
£5.50
Shinho To Chi-Ha
Model comes in two parts; Hull and Turret.

The Shinho To Chi-Ha was an upgraded Chi-Ha ('Shin Ho' means 'new turret'). They first saw action at the Battle of Corregidor in the Philippines in 1942.

It was armed with a Type 1 47mm main gun and two 7.7mm Type 97 machine guns. It had a crew of five; commander, gunner, loader, bow gunner & driver. Around 930 models were produced.
Type 97 Shinho To Chi-Ha
£9.00
Type 94 Truck
Model comes in 8 Parts; Body, Bed & Wheels.

The Type 94 truck was a 6x6 vehicle developed in 1933.

It was used extensively in China and across the Pacific Theatre. It became the standard truck of the Japanese Army.

Around 5,000 were built between 1934 and 1945.
Japanese Truck
£7.50
Type 95 Jiro-Sha
Model comes as one part.

The Jiro-Sha was an experimental vehicle, similar in looks to the German Ferdinand.

One Type 95 chassis was used to create a Jiro-Sha which featured a 105mm main gun.
Experimental Japanese Self-propelled gun
£13.00
Type 97 Chi-Ha
This model comes in 2 parts; Hull and Turret.

The Chi-Ha was one of two Japanese tanks which formed the bulk of the Imperial Japanese Army and Navy. It was used in the Second Sino-Japanese War, the Battles of Khalkhin Gol against Russia and the Second World War.

The Chi-Ha weighed 15 tons and had a crew of four. It was armed with a 57mm gun and 3 Type 92 7.7mm machine guns. 1,162 Chi-Ha's were produced.
Japanese Medium Tank
£8.50
Type 97 Shi-Ki
Model comes in two parts; hull and turret.

The Shi-Ki was developed from the Type 97 Chi-Ha tank; it used the same chassis and hull but the turret was redesigned. The turret armament was removed and replaced with a powerful radio which utilised a large horseshoe aerial around the turret.

The bow machine gun of the Chi-Ha was replaced in the Shi-Ki with a type 98 37mm gun. A type 97 machine gun was mounted in the rear of the turret for the commander's use.

It had a crew of three, commander, driver and gunner and weighed around 15 tons.
Japanese Command Tank
£8.00
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