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Japanese Scout Car
£5.00
Japanese Scout Car
£5.00
Japanese Scout Car
£5.50
Type 97 Shinho To Chi-Ha
£9.00
Japanese Artillery
Out of Stock
£4.00
Japanese Armoured Personnel Carrier
£8.00
Armoured Personnel Carrier
£9.00
Japanese Self-propelled Gun
£11.00
Troop Carrier
£12.00
Japanese Self-propelled Gun
£7.00
Japanese Tank
£8.00
Japanese Tank
£8.00
Japanese Artillery
£3.50
Self Propelled Anti tank Gun
£13.00
Japanese Medium Tank
£10.00
Light Cavalry Tank
£7.00
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 1 47mm Anti-tank Gun
Model comes in six parts; gun. shield, base, wheels and trail.

The Type 1 refers to the year of development, Japanese year 2601 which was 1941.

Around 2,300 of these guns were produced.
Japanese Artillery
Out of Stock
£4.00
Type 1 Ho-Ha
Model comes as one part.

The Ho-Ha was a 6.5 tonne armoured personnel carrier developed in 1941.

It had a crew of 2 and carried 13 passengers. It could be armed with 3 7.7 Type 94 light machine guns.
Japanese Armoured Personnel Carrier
£8.00
Type 1 Ho-Ki
Model comes as 3 parts; Hull and Tracks.

The Type 1 Ho-Ki was an armoured personnel carrier. It was produced in two version, half-tracked and full tracked, in 1942.

It weighed 5.5 tonnes and could carry 13 passengers.

It saw action in the second Sino-Japanese war and in WWI in Burma and the Philippines.
Armoured Personnel Carrier
£9.00
Type 1 Ho-Ni
Model comes in one part.

The Ho-Ni was a 75mm Type 90 field gun fitted on a Type 97 chassis.

26 Type Is were made in 1942 though its first action was in the Phillipines in 1945. It weighed 15.4 tons and had a crew of five.

There were 3 variants of the Ho-Ni, types I, II and III, a toal of all versions made was 111. The model depicted is the Type I version.
Japanese Self-propelled Gun
£11.00
Type 4 Chi-So
Model comes as 4 Parts, Hull and Tracks.

The Type 4 Chi-So was an armoured medium tracked carrier. It was also used as an ammunition carrier.
Troop Carrier
£12.00
type 4 Ho-To
Model comes as one part.

The Ho-To was a self-propelled gun on a modified Ha-Go chassis.
It mounted a Type 38 12 cm howitzer in an open casemate with frontal and side armour.

One prototype was completed.

Japanese Self-propelled Gun
£7.00
Type 4 Ke-Nu
Model comes as two parts; hull and turret.

The Ke-Nu was a variant of the Ha-Go light tank fitted with the turret from a Type 97 Chi-Ha.

After a large number of Chi-Has were fitted with better guns, the old turrets were fitted to Has-Gos and designated Ke-Nu.

It was fitted with the Type 97 57mm gun and two Type 97 7.7mm machine guns.

100 models were produced in 1944.

Due to the design of the tracks this model is printed in resin.
Japanese Tank
£8.00
Type 4 Ke-Nu (command)
Model comes as two parts; hull and turret.

The Ke-Nu was a variant of the Ha-Go light tank fitted with the turret from a Type 97 Chi-Ha.

After a large number of Chi-Has were fitted with better guns, the old turrets were fitted to Has-Gos and designated Ke-Nu.

It was fitted with the Type 97 57mm gun and two Type 97 7.7mm machine guns.

100 models were produced in 1944.

This is the command version with the radio aerial on the turret.

Due to the design of the tracks this model is printed in resin.
Japanese Tank
£8.00
Type 41 75mm Mountain Gun
Model comes in six parts; gun. shield, base, wheels and trail.

The Type 41 entered service in 1908 and remained in service until 1945.It was crewed by 13 men, including a squad leader and could be broken down and carried by pack horses.
Japanese Artillery
£3.50
Type 5 Na-To
Model comes as 6 Parts, Hull, Gun, Tracks and Fittings.

The Na-To was an experimental self propelled anti tank gun designed in 1945. It featured a Type 4 75mm anti tank gun and although 200 models were ordered, it was so near the end of the war that the vehicle never entered service.
Self Propelled Anti tank Gun
£13.00
Type 89 I-Go
Model comes as two parts; Hull & Turret.

The I-Go was designed in 1928 and saw service between 1934 and 1942 in the Second Sino-Chinese war, Russian and WWII.

It was armed with a 57mm Type 90 gun and two 6.5mm Type 91 machine guns. It weighed 12.8 tonnes and had a crew of 4.

404 units were made.
Japanese Medium Tank
£10.00
Type 92 Jyu-Sokosha
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Jyu-Sokosha was a light cavalry tank designed for scouting and infantry support. 167 were made between 1931 and 1937.

It weighed 3.5 tonnes and was armed with a 13mm Type 92 heavy machine gun and a 7.7mm Type 97 light machine gun.

It had a crew of three.

This model is made of resin due to the delicate design, especially in the tracks. (A plastic version proved too problematic when removing the supports.)
Light Cavalry Tank
£7.00
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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