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Russian Ammunition Transporter
£7.50
Russian Armoured Personnel Carrier
£7.00
Russian Refuelling vehicle
£7.00
Russian Refuelling vehicle
£7.00
Russian Artillery
£7.00
4 ton halftrack Truck
£8.00
Russian Truck
£8.00
4 ton 6x2 Truck
£8.00
4 ton 6x2 Truck
£7.50
4 ton 6x4 Truck
£8.00
TB-26
Model comes in 3 parts; Hull & 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 TB-26 was an ammunition carrier
Russian Ammunition Transporter
£7.50
TR-1
Model comes in 3 parts; Hull & 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 TR-1 was an armoured personnel carrier based on the T-26 chassis. It weighed around 9.5 tonnes, had a driver and commander and could carry up to 14 troops.
Russian Armoured Personnel Carrier
£7.00
TR-26 C1
Model comes in 3 parts; Hull & 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 TR-26 C was an armoured refuelling vehicle. It had a tank which carried 2000 litres of fuel.
Russian Refuelling vehicle
£7.00
TR-26 C2
Model comes in 3 parts; Hull & 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 TR-26 C was an armoured refuelling vehicle. It had a tank which carried 2000 litres of fuel.
Russian Refuelling vehicle
£7.00
Voroshillavets Heavy Artillery Tractor
Model comes as one part

The Voroshillavets was  designed in the late-30s as a more powerful alternative to the Russian Komintern prime mover.
Based on the T-24 tank chassis, could tow artillery or trailers up to 18 tons and could carry 3 tons of equipment on board or 16 people.

It weighted 15 tons and had a top speed of 34 kph.
Russian prime mover
£11.00
Voroshillavets Heavy Artillery Tractor (covered)
Model comes as one part

The Voroshillavets was  designed in the late-30s as a more powerful alternative to the Russian Komintern prime mover.
Based on the T-24 tank chassis, could tow artillery or trailers up to 18 tons and could carry 3 tons of equipment on board or 16 people.

It weighted 15 tons and had a top speed of 34 kph.
Russian prime mover
£11.75
Zis 2 57mm anti-tank gun M1943
Model comes as one part.

The Zis 2 was a Russian 57mm artillery gun produced from 1941 to 1945. Some 10,016 units were made. It could fire up to 25 rounds a minute.

It saw action in WWII, Vietnam and the middle east. The gun was mounted on various vehicles including the Komsomolets armoured tractor.

This model is printed in resin.
Russian Artillery
£7.00
Zis 22 Truck
This model comes as one part.

The Zis 22 was a halftrack version of the Zis 5.

The Zis 5 was a 4 ton 2-axle Russian truck developed produced by the Moscow Zis factory between 1932 and 1948.

At the start of Operation Barbarossa, Russia had 1.4,200 Zis 5s, by the time production ceased around 1 million had been made.

The Zis 5 came in many different variants from transport to ambulance to gas generators, repair trucks and many more.
4 ton halftrack Truck
£8.00
Zis 5 Fuel Tanker
This model comes as one part.

The Zis 5 was a 4 ton 2-axle Russian truck developed produced by the Moscow Zis factory between 1932 and 1948.

At the start of Operation Barbarossa, Russia had 1.4,200 Zis 5s, by the time production ceased around 1 million had been made.

The Zis 5 came in many different variants from transport to ambulance to gas generators, repair trucks and many more.

This is a fuel tanker version.
Russian Truck
£8.00
Zis 5 Truck
This model comes as one part.

The Zis 5 was a 4 ton 2-axle Russian truck developed produced by the Moscow Zis factory between 1932 and 1948.

At the start of Operation Barbarossa, Russia had 1.4,200 Zis 5s, by the time production ceased around 1 million had been made.
The Zis 5 came in many different variants from transport to ambulance to gas generators, repair trucks and many more.
4 ton 6x2 Truck
£8.00
Zis 5 Truck (open)
This model comes as one part.

The Zis 5 was a 4 ton 2-axle Russian truck developed produced by the Moscow Zis factory between 1932 and 1948.

At the start of Operation Barbarossa, Russia had 1.4,200 Zis 5s, by the time production ceased around 1 million had been made.

The Zis 5 came in many different variants from transport to ambulance to gas generators, repair trucks and many more.
4 ton 6x2 Truck
£7.50
Zis 6 Truck
This model comes as one part.

The Zis 6 was a 4 ton 3-axle Russian truck developed from the Zis 5 twin-axle truck.

It was built between 1933 and 1941 and 21,239 were made.

It is best recognised as being the base for the Katyusha rocket.
4 ton 6x4 Truck
£8.00
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