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Siedmiotonowy Polski - 7
£7.00
Polish tractor
£6.00
French Light Tank
£6.50
Char léger modèle 1935 H modifié 39
£6.50
Char léger Modèle 1935 R
£6.50
Vickers Mk E Light Tank, B version
£7.00
Samochód pancerny wz. 28
£4.50
Samochód pancerny wz. 28
£4.50
Samochód Pancerny wzór 29
£7.00
7TP jw Light Tank
This model comes in four parts; hull, turret & tracks.

The 7TP was a development of the British Vickers 6 Ton tank and was used during the invasion of Poland in 1939. Some 150 7TPs were built.

There were twin and single turret versions of the 7TP, the dw “dwuwieżowy” was the dual turret version while the single turret was designated jw “jednowieżowy”. It weighed 9.9 tonnes and had a crew of three; driver, commander and gunner.

The 7TP was armed with a 37 mm Bofors wz. 37 gun and a 7.92mm Ckm wz.30 machine gun. 

Most of the 7TPs were attached to the 1st and 2nd Light Tank Battalions.
Siedmiotonowy Polski - 7
£7.00
C4P Tractor
Model comes in 6 parts; Body, Bed, Wheels, Tracks.

The C4P was an artillery tractor variant of the Samochod Polgasienicowy we.34 half-track. It was made in several different versions including heavy artillery, light artillery and anti-aircraft. 

Some 80 artillery tractors were made from 1935 until 1938.
Polish tractor
£6.00
CP Armoured Tractor
Model comes as one part.

According to the Tank Encyclopedia the CP Armoured Tractor was based on the TK chassis but was never actually produced.
Polish tractor
£3.00
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
M9A1 Halftrack
Model comes as one part.

The M9A1 was a variant of the American-produced M9 halftrack of which some 3,500 units were built. They were used by a number of armies both during WWII and beyond seeing action in the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, Korea, Suez and others.

They were built between 1942 and 1944 and weighed 9.3 tonnes.

They could carry 10 troops and were armed with a 0.50inch Browning machine gun and two 0.30 M1919 Browning machine guns.

They were leased to Russia and the UK who provided them to other Commonwealth armies.
£9.00
Polski Fiat 508 Jeep
Model comes in 5 parts; Body & Wheels.

The Fiat 508 was  designed in 1932 and produced in Czechoslovakia, Poland, Germany and France.

It was produced in several variations including 4 and 2 door sedans,  2 door spider and 4 door torpedo, coupe and van.
It was Poland's top selling family car during the 1930s. Many thousands were produced.

Several variations are available on this website.
Cut-down version
£3.00
Polski Fiat 508 Pickup
Model comes in 7 parts; Body, Roof, Cover & Wheels.

The Fiat 508 was  designed in 1932 and produced in Czechoslovakia, Poland, Germany and France.

It was produced in several variations including 4 and 2 door sedans,  2 door spider and 4 door torpedo, coupe and van.
It was Poland's top selling family car during the 1930s. Many thousands were produced.

Several variations are available on this website.

Pickup version
£3.50
Polski Fiat 508 Radio Truck
Model comes in 5 parts; Body & Wheels.

The Fiat 508 was  designed in 1932 and produced in Czechoslovakia, Poland, Germany and France.

It was produced in several variations including 4 and 2 door sedans,  2 door spider and 4 door torpedo, coupe and van.
It was Poland's top selling family car during the 1930s. Many thousands were produced.

Several variations are available on this website.

Van version
£3.50
Polski Fiat 518 Jeep
Model comes in 5 parts; Body & Wheels.

The Polski Fiat 518 was a Polish produced version of the Fiat 518 made under licence in Poland between 1937 and 1939.

This is a jeep vrsion of the standrad Polski Fiat Mazur saloon.
Cut Down Version
£3.00
Polski Fiat 621 (closed)
Model comes in 5 parts; Body & Wheels.

The Polski Fiat 621 was produced under licence in Poland in the 1930s. It was made from 1935 to 1939.

It was a 2.5 ton truck and was the basic truck of the Polish Army.
Full body version
£7.50
Polski Fiat 621 (open)
Model comes in 6 parts; Body, Bed, Wheels.

The Polski Fiat 621 was produced under licence in Poland in the 1930s. It was made from 1935 to 1939.

It was a 2.5 ton truck and was the basic truck of the Polish Army.
Flatbed version
£7.00
Renault FT-17
Model comes as two parts; Hull and Turret.

The Renault FT was the first tank to have its main armament contained within a fully rotating turret.

It was in service between 1917 and 1949. It saw service with around 27 different nations. It was armed with a Puteaux SA 1918 37 mm gun or 8 mm Hotchkiss machine gun & a Reibel machine gun.

Over 3,000 were built in France while the USA produced around 950 under licence.

Two versions are available, with and without the trench crosser.
£6.50
Renault FT-17 (Trench Crosser)
Model comes as two parts; Hull and Turret.

The Renault FT was the first tank to have its main armament contained within a fully rotating turret.

It was in service between 1917 and 1949. It saw service with around 27 different nations. It was armed with a Puteaux SA 1918 37 mm gun or 8 mm Hotchkiss machine gun & a Reibel machine gun.

Over 3,000 were built in France while the USA produced around 950 under licence.

Two versions are available, with and without the trench crosser.
£6.50
Renault R35
This model comes in 2 parts; Hull and Turret.

The first R35s rolled off the production line in the summer of 1936. Around R35s 1,540 were built between 1936 and 1940. They saw service throughout the war and up to the 1948 Arab Israeli War.

The model was operated by France, Poland, Romania, Turkey, Israel, Yugoslavia, Germany, Italy, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Syria and Lebanon.

The R35 was armed with a 45mm 20K mod. 1932-34 tank gun. It had a top speed of 12mph on road and weighed 11.7 tonnes.
Char léger Modèle 1935 R
£6.50
TK-3 Tankette
Model comes as one part.

The TK-3 was a Polish tankette based on the British Carden Lloyd tankette. 575 were produced between 1931 and 1939.

It weighed around 2.6 tons and was armed with a 7.92 mm km wz.25 Hotchkiss machine gun and was operated by a driver and commander.

Many TKs were captured by the Germans who used them for training, security and as artillery tractors.
£3.00
Vickers Mark E
This model comes as four parts; hull, turret & tracks.

The Mark E was first built in 1928. It came in A & B versions. The A version had two turrets with a machine gun each. This ,odel is the Type B with a single turret mounting a 47mm gun and a machine gun.

The Mark E weighed some 7.3 tonnes, had a top speed of 22 mph and had a crew of three.

This is the Polish version of the Vickers Mk E. It comes with the large air intakes behind the crew compartment, a feature of the Polish changes to the original design.

Poland took 38 Mark Es from 1932 22 of which were the B version.
Vickers Mk E Light Tank, B version
£7.00
WZ-28 Armoured Car (version 1)
Model comes as two parts; Body & Turret.

The Wz. 28 was a Polish armoured car/halftrack made in 1928.

By 1930 some 90 models were built. They were armed with either a 37 mm Puteaux SA 18 gun, or a Ckm wz. 25 Hotchkiss machine gun.

There are two versions available.

Samochód pancerny wz. 28
£4.50
WZ-28 Armoured Car (version 2)
Model comes as two parts; Body & Turret.

The Wz. 28 was a Polish armoured car/halftrack made in 1928.

By 1930 some 90 models were built. They were armed with either a 37 mm Puteaux SA 18 gun, or a Ckm wz. 25 Hotchkiss machine gun.

There are two versions available
Samochód pancerny wz. 28
£4.50
WZ-29 Armoured Car
Model comes as two parts; Hull and Turret.

The Polish derivation of the name simply means 'Armoured Car Year 1929 Model' and as the name suggests, it was an armoured car designed between the wars.

It was armed with a 37mm SA-18 Puteaux L/21 gun and two 7.92 Wz.25 Hotchkiss machine guns  and had a crew of four.

It did see service at the start of the war. Only 10 to 13 were built and all of them had been lost by 16th September.
Samochód Pancerny wzór 29
£7.00
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