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armoured car
£8.50
A12 Matilda
£9.00
Na Ispug Tractor Tank
£7.50
Na Ispug Tractor Tank
£7.50
Flamethrower version
£11.00
Russian motorcycle
£3.40
British Sherman III
£11.00
Russian Artillery Tractor
£5.00
Russian Artillery Tractor
£5.00
Self Propelled Gun
£7.00
Samokhodnaya Ustanovka 100 Tank Destroyer
£10.00
Samokhodnaya Ustanovka 122 mm self-propelled howitzer
£10.00
Russian Self Propelled Gun
£7.00
Captured Panzer III Convert
£10.00
Samokhodnaya Ustanovka 76
£8.50
Armoured Tractor
£5.00
Russian Carrier
£5.00
M3A1 White Scout Car
Model comes as one part.

The White M3 Scout car was designed in 1937 and came about as a result of a request for a fast armoured car capable of towing the standard 37mm artillery piece.

The M3A1 was an improvement from 1940 with a longer hull and an unditching roller.

It was capable of being armed with three machine guns on rails, a 50cal and two 30cals. They served in the Phillipines and North Africa and many were sent to Russia.

They weighed 4 tonnes and carried a driver plus seven.
armoured car
£8.50
M3A1 White Scout Car (covered)
Model comes as one part.

The White M3 Scout car was designed in 1937 and came about as a result of a request for a fast armoured car capable of towing the standard 37mm artillery piece.

The M3A1 was an improvement from 1940 with a longer hull and an unditching roller.

It was capable of being armed with three machine guns on rails, a 50cal and two 30cals. They served in the Phillipines and North Africa and many were sent to Russia.

They weighed 4 tonnes and carried a driver plus seven.
Armoured Car
£9.00
M3A1 White Scout Car (no roller)
Model comes as one part.

The White M3 Scout car was designed in 1937 and came about as a result of a request for a fast armoured car capable of towing the standard 37mm artillery piece.

The M3A1 was an improvement from 1940 with a longer hull and an unditching roller.

It was capable of being armed with three machine guns on rails, a 50cal and two 30cals. They served in the Phillipines and North Africa and many were sent to Russia.

They weighed 4 tonnes and carried a driver plus seven.
armoured car
£8.50
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
Matilda II
This model comes as two parts; hull & turret.

Originally specified as the A12, the Matilda saw service with the British Army from 1939 to 1955. It fought in WWII and the Arab Israeli War.

2.987 Matilda IIs were built between 1937 and 1943. It weighed 25 tons, featured a 2 pounder 44mm gun and a 7.92mm Besa machine gun. It had a crew of four; driver, gunner, loader, & commander.

409 Matildas were supplied to the Australian Army between 1942 and 1944 and saw action in the Pacific theatre. Nearly 1,100 were sent to Russia and saw action in the Battle of Moscow.
A dozen Matildas were captured and used by the German Army following Operation Battleaxe.
A12 Matilda
£9.00
Odessa NI (1)
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The NI tank was an improvised tank based on the STZ-3 agricultural tractor. They were built during the siege of Odessa within city and sent out to fight against the Romanians in 1941.

"Na Ispug" is Russian for "for fright"; these vehicles did not have an official designation. Some 69 models were produced.

We have two versions available.
Na Ispug Tractor Tank
£7.50
Odessa NI (2)
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The NI tank was an improvised tank based on the STZ-3 agricultural tractor. They were built during the siege of Odessa within city and sent out to fight against the Romanians in 1941.

"Na Ispug" is Russian for "for fright"; these vehicles did not have an official designation. Some 69 models were produced.

We have two versions available.
Na Ispug Tractor Tank
£7.50
OT-34
This model comes in 4 parts; Hull, Turret & Tracks.

The T-34 was one of the most numerous of tanks produced during WWII. The T34/76, fitted with a 76.2mm high-velocity gun was produced over 35,000 times. By 1943 the Russians were producing around 1,300 per month, equivalent of three full-strength German panzer divisions.

The OT-34 was fitted with an internally mounted flamethrower in place of the hull machine gun. They were mostly 1941 or 1942 models fitted with ATO-41 or ATO-42 flamethrowers.
Flamethrower version
£11.00
Russian Motorcycle & Sidecar
Model comes in four parts; vehicle/riders, plus spare wheel. 

This model is resin. 

This model depicts a Russian motorcycle and sidecar with crew. 

The sidecar has a machine gun fitted, the riser is shown unarmed.
Russian motorcycle
£3.40
Sherman M4A2
This model comes as four parts; hull, turret & tracks.

The M4A2 was fitted with a 75mm M3 L/40 gun and a GM6046 Twin 6-cylcindr diesel engine.

4,102 M4A2s were sent to Russia under Lend-Lease. 2,007 were equipped with the original 75mm gun while 2,095 had the 76mm gun. They started to arrive in Russia in late summer 1944.

They were also used by the Polish II Corps fighting in Italy. The 4th New Zealand Armoured Brigade had around 150 M4A2s from late 1942 until the end of the war. They saw action in Italy.

The M4A2 were used by the British Army but were designated as Sherman IIIs
British Sherman III
£11.00
STZ-5
Model comes as one part.

STZ stands for Stalingrad Tractor Factory in Russian.

9.944 were built between 1937 and 1942 and the vehicle saw service to the end of the war.

The STZ-5 could tow anything from 4.5 to 7.25 tonnes.

This is the open topped version.
Russian Artillery Tractor
£5.00
STZ-5 (closed top)
Model comes as one part.

STZ stands for Stalingrad Tractor Factory in Russian.

9.944 were built between 1937 and 1942 and the vehicle saw service to the end of the war.

The STZ-5 could tow anything from 4.5 to 7.25 tonnes.

This is the closed topped version.
Russian Artillery Tractor
£5.00
SU-1
Model comes as one part.

The SU-1 was a Russian self-propelled gun which was a derivative of the T-26 tank.

This vehicle carried a 76.2mm KT-28 regimental gun and was originally built in 1931. The vehicle was cancelled before reaching production as it was felt the T-26/4 would make the SU-1 redundant.
Self Propelled Gun
£7.00
SU-100
This model comes in 1 part.

The SU-100 tank destroyer  was a replacement for the SU-85 which was itself developed from the chassis of the T34 and saw service well after WWII in various armies. 2,335 or more SU-100s were built. 

The SU-85's T34 turret was replaced by a solid casemate which housed an 85mm D-1 gun but the model became superceeded when the T35-85 came along which used the same gun. Russian designers came up with the SU-100. The gun was uprated to the 100mm D-10s which went on to be used in the Russian post-war tanks T-54 & T-55, in use for decades after WWII.

The vehicle saw service in over 20 nations until the 1970s and later.
Samokhodnaya Ustanovka 100 Tank Destroyer
£10.00
SU-122
This model cones as 1 part.

The SU-122 was based on the T-34 chassis.  The turret was removed and replaced with a casemate which housed a 122mm M-30S howitzer.

1,150 units were produced between December 1942 and the summer of 1944.


Samokhodnaya Ustanovka 122 mm self-propelled howitzer
£10.00
SU-26
Model comes in 5 parts; Hull Gun & Tracks.

The T-26 was a Russian light tank developed in the 1930s. Over 50 variants were made with some 23 different models going into full production.

The SU-1 was a self propelled gun based on the T-26 chassis. It carried 37 mm gun or a 76.2 mm regimental gun mod. 1927.

14 vehicles were built in 1941.
Russian Self Propelled Gun
£7.00
SU-76i
This model comes in 1 part.

The Su-76i should not be confused with the SU-76 which are totally different vehicles.

The SU-76i was a Russian conversion of a German Panzer III or StuG II. The chassis of these vehicles were used from captured German vehicles. The turrets were removed and a fixed casemate was added in which a 76.2mm S-1 gun was added.

Some 201 captured German vehicles were converted in this way, many captured at the battle of Stalingrad. They saw action in 1943 and 1944 before being withdrawn from active service for training duties.
Two known examples survive, one in Ukraine and the other in Moscow.
Captured Panzer III Convert
£10.00
SU-76M
Model comes as one part.

The Su-76M was a Russian self-propelled gun made between 1942 and 1945.

13,932 SU76Ms were built. It was crewed by four and had a 76mm Zis 3Sh gun.
Samokhodnaya Ustanovka 76
£8.50
T-20 Komsomolets
Model comes as one part.

The Komsomolets was designed to tow light artillery. It was produced between 1937 and 1941 and weighed 3.5 tonnes. Nearly 4,500 were produced.
It was armed with a 7.62 machine gun.
Armoured Tractor
£5.00
T-20 Komsomolets (wg)
Model comes as five parts.

The Komsomolets was designed to tow light artillery. It was produced between 1937 and 1941 and weighed 3.5 tonnes. Nearly 4,500 were produced. 

It was armed with a 7.62 machine gun.

This is an alternative version to another Komsomolets we produce.
Russian Carrier
£5.00
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