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Airborne Jeep
£4.00
Armoured Command Vehicle
£15.50
Armoured Command Vehicle
£18.00
Pickup version of the standard Austin 10
£5.00
Austin 10 Derivation
£6.00
Anti Aircraft Gun
£7.00
British Carrier
£3.50
LRDG Transport Vehicle
£9.00
with Breda AA Gun
£9.50
two versions available
£9.50
British Flamethrower Tank
£21.00
Canadian Military Pattern Truck
£7.50
Jeep 15
Model comes in several parts, body, wheels, axles & weapons.

Another version of an airborne jeep.
Airborne Jeep
£4.00
AEC 4x4 Dorchester
Model comes as one part.

The 'Dorchester' was a 4x4 command vehicle based on the AEC Matador chassis. It first aw action in north Africa and remained in service throughout the war.

They were armed with a Bren gun though these were carried inside the vehicle.

415 Dorchesters were built between 1941 and 1948. They weighed 12.2 tonnes and had a crew of 7 or 8.
Armoured Command Vehicle
£15.50
AEC 6x6 ACV
Model comes as one part.

The AEC 6x6 was an Armoured Command Vehicle developed in 1944 after the 4x4 Dorchester.
It was a bigger vehicle which weighed 17 tons. 151 were built.
Armoured Command Vehicle
£18.00
Archer Tank Destroyer
Model comes in one part.

The Archer, or Self Propelled 17pdr, Valentine, Mk I, Archer, to give it its full name, was based on the Valentine infantry tank chassis, fitted with an Ordnance QF 17 pounder gun.

655 were produced between March 1943 and May 1945. It saw action in northwest Europe and Italy. It had a crew of 4, Commander, Driver, Loader and Gunner. It carried 39 rounds and was fitted with a .303 Bren machine gun.
£9.00
Austin 10 Pickup
Model comes as one part.
Pickup version of the standard Austin 10
£5.00
Austin 10 Staff Car
Model comes as one part.
£5.00
Austin MkI Armoured Car
Model comes in seven parts; Body, Turrets & Wheels.

The Austin MKI armoured car was produced during WWI. Some were produced in Russian between 1918 and 1920 and were referred to as the Austin-Putilov or Austin-Kegresse.

48 MkI vehicles were built and they were crewed by a driver, commander and two gunners.

They were armed with 2 either Hotchkiss or Maxim machine guns.
£7.00
Austin Tilly Light Truck
Model comes in one part

The Austin Tilly was so-called  as it was a 'utility' version of a standard British car, in this case the Austin Ten. (other 'Tillys' were based on other types for instance Morris, Standard & Hillman).
Austin 10 Derivation
£6.00
Bishop Self-propelled Artillery
Model comes in one part.

The Bishop was a self propelled artillery vehicle based on the valentine chassis.

It was armed with a 25 pounder gun. 149 were made between 1942 and 43.

It first saw action at El Alamein and also saw action in Italy.

It had a crew of four, Commander, Driver, Gunner & Loader.
£11.00
Bofors 40mm QF
Model comes in several parts; base - 5, gun - 4.

The Bofors 40mm was one of the most popular anti aircraft guns ever produced. It was in use for decades from 1934 with armies across the world. Most of the western allies used it as well as it being captured and used by the German army. It was used by the British Army, navy and Air Force.
Anti Aircraft Gun
£7.00
Bren Carrier
Model comes as 1 part.
£5.50
Carden Lloyd Carrier (closed)
Model comes as 3 parts; Body & Tracks.

The Carden Lloyd was a British pre-WWII tankette produced in various forms. The most successful was the MkVI. Some 450 were built by Vickers-Armstrong between 1927 and 1935.

It weighed 1.5 tons and had a crew of 2.

Poland used the Carden Lloyd design to create their own TK tankettes after purchasing 10 from the UK. Czechoslovakia and Russia did the same, making their own versions. Similar developments occurred with Japan, Italy and Bolivia.

They were armed with a .303 Vickers machine gun.
British carrier
£3.50
Carden Lloyd Carrier (open)
Model comes as 3 parts; Body & Tracks.

The Carden Lloyd was a British pre-WWII tankette produced in various forms. The most successful was the MkVI. Some 450 were built by Vickers-Armstrong between 1927 and 1935.

It weighed 1.5 tons and had a crew of 2.

Poland used the Carden Lloyd design to create their own TK tankettes after purchasing 10 from the UK. Czechoslovakia and Russia did the same, making their own versions. Similar developments occurred with Japan, Italy and Bolivia.

They were armed with a .303 Vickers machine gun.
British Carrier
£3.50
Chevrolet 30 cwt Truck
This vehicle comes in two parts; Truck & Weapon.

The Chevrolet 30cwt was used by the British Long Range Desert Group in north Africa. It also saw action in Italy and the Balkans.
LRDG Transport Vehicle
£9.00
Chevrolet 30cwt Breda
Model comes in 10 plus parts - body, wheels, ramps, fuel cans steering wheel, weapons.

The Chevrolet 30cwt was used by the British Long Range Desert Group in north Africa. It also saw action in Italy and the Balkans.

It was armed with various weapons. This version comes with a Breda anti aircraft gun.
with Breda AA Gun
£9.50
Chevrolet 30cwt LRDG
Model comes in 10 plus parts - body, wheels, ramps, fuel cans steering wheel, weapons.

The Chevrolet 30cwt was used by the British Long Range Desert Group in north Africa. It also saw action in Italy and the Balkans.

This is a slightly different version to the one we also produce.
two versions available
£9.50
Chevrolet 3t GS Covered Truck
Model comes as one part.
£9.00
Chevrolet 3t GS Truck
Model comes as one part.
£8.50
Churchill Crocodile
Model comes as 5 parts; hull, tracks, turret & trailer.

The Crocodile was a variant of the Tank, Infantry, Mk VI (A22) Churchill Mark VII, and was adapted as a flamethrower vehicle.

It was in service in 1944 and 1945 and also saw action in the Korean War.

It had a crew of six; commander, gunner, driver, radio operator/loader, flamethrower gunner, co-driver/hull gunner. It had a 6.5 ton armoured trailer which carried 400 gallons of fuel as well as  gas propellant. There was enough fuel for 80 one-second bursts of flame.

The turret contained the main gun as well as the flamethrower so it could be operated as a normal tank with its QF 75mm gun.

Some 800 coversion kits were made and some were fitted to the Mk VIII Churchill also.
British Flamethrower Tank
£21.00
CMP C15A 15cwt Truck
Model comes as one part.

The C15A was a Canadian designed and built truck to British Army requirements for use in the armies of the Commonwealth.

It came in many versions and some 500,000 were built between 1940 and 1945. 

This is the 4x4 15cwt version without a cover.


Canadian Military Pattern Truck
£7.50
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