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spare rear, rear weapon
£4.00
front spare
£4.00
radio
£4.00
fule bonnet, front spare, rear fuel, rear weapon
£4.00
fuel bonnet, rear spare, rear fuel, rear weapon
£4.00
LRDG Jeep
£4.00
Bazooka Jeep
£4.00
Multiple Rocket Launcher
£4.00
Vickers-Armstrong
£7.00
Anti-Aircraft version
£7.00
American Light Tank
£9.00
British & Commonwealth Light Tank
£9.00
105 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M7
£11.00
American Light Armoured Car
£8.00
A12 Matilda
£9.00
Tank, Infantry, Mk I, Matilda I (A11)
£7.00
Jeep (5)
Model comes as one part.

Most of the jeeps available are slightly different version of the SAS jeep used in north Africa and elsewhere.

This jeep comes in 14 different configurations with different load-outs or spare wheels & fuel cans. Some of them have an option to have a pedestal mounted weapon in the back and some have fitted weapons on the front.
spare rear, rear weapon
£4.00
Jeep (6)
Model comes as one part.

Most of the jeeps available are slightly different version of the SAS jeep used in north Africa and elsewhere.

This jeep comes in 14 different configurations with different load-outs or spare wheels & fuel cans. Some of them have an option to have a pedestal mounted weapon in the back and some have fitted weapons on the front.
front spare
£4.00
Jeep (7)
Model comes as one part.

Most of the jeeps available are slightly different version of the SAS jeep used in north Africa and elsewhere.

This jeep comes in 14 different configurations with different load-outs or spare wheels & fuel cans. Some of them have an option to have a pedestal mounted weapon in the back and some have fitted weapons on the front.
radio
£4.00
Jeep (8)
Model comes as one part.

Most of the jeeps available are slightly different version of the SAS jeep used in north Africa and elsewhere.

This jeep comes in 14 different configurations with different load-outs or spare wheels & fuel cans. Some of them have an option to have a pedestal mounted weapon in the back and some have fitted weapons on the front.
fule bonnet, front spare, rear fuel, rear weapon
£4.00
Jeep (9)
Model comes as one part.

Most of the jeeps available are slightly different version of the SAS jeep used in north Africa and elsewhere.

This jeep comes in 14 different configurations with different load-outs or spare wheels & fuel cans. Some of them have an option to have a pedestal mounted weapon in the back and some have fitted weapons on the front.
fuel bonnet, rear spare, rear fuel, rear weapon
£4.00
Jeep 16
Model comes in several parts, body, wheels, axles & weapons.

Another version of an LRDG jeep.
LRDG Jeep
£4.00
Jeep 17
Model comes in several parts, body, wheels, axles & weapons.

Another version of a the ubiquitous jeep.
Bazooka Jeep
£4.00
Land Mattress
Model comes as five parts: launcher, base, trailer arm & wheels.

The Land mattress was the British Ar,my's answer to the German Nebelwerfer or Russian Katyusha, a multiple rocket firing weapon.

It saw action from 1944 in the British and Canadian forces.

It could fire 30 3 inch (76mm) 60lb rockets up to 7, 230 metres.
Multiple Rocket Launcher
£4.00
Light Tank Mk VI
Model comes in 2 parts; Hull & Turret.

The Light Tank Mk VI was designed by Vickers-Armstrong in the 1930s. 1,682 were produced between 1936 and 1940.

It was in service in the British Army until 1942 but saw action in the Arab-Israeli War in 1948. Several were captured and used by the German Army during the Battle of France. The Germans designated captured Mk VIs as Leichter Panzerkampfwagen Mk. IV 734(e).

The main armament was a 0.50 inch Vickers machine gun, though the Mk VIC had a 15mm Besa machine gun. They also had a .303 Vickers machine gun. They were operated by a crew of three.


Vickers-Armstrong
£7.00
Light Tank Mk VI AA
Model comes in 2 parts; Hull & Turret.

The Light Tank Mk VI was designed by Vickers-Armstrong in the 1930s. 1,682 were produced between 1936 and 1940.

It was in service in the British Army until 1942 but saw action in the Arab-Israeli War in 1948. Several were captured and used by the German Army during the Battle of France. The Germans designated captured Mk VIs as Leichter Panzerkampfwagen Mk. IV 734(e).

The main armament was a 0.50 inch Vickers machine gun, though the Mk VIC had a 15mm Besa machine gun. They also had a .303 Vickers machine gun. They were operated by a crew of three.


This is the anti-aircraft version of the MkVI
Anti-Aircraft version
£7.00
M2A4 Light Tank
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The M2 light tank was the forerunner of the Stuart. It was produced between 1935 and 1942.

The M2A4 was armed with a 37mm M5 gun and 5 0.30cal Browning machine guns. Its only combat was in 1942 in the Pacific with the Marines, though they also served with the British Army in Burma.

The M2A4 had a crew of four, commander, gunner, driver and co-driver.
American Light Tank
£9.00
M3 Stuart
This model comes in two part; Hull & Turret.

The M3 Stuart was the first production model of the Stuart. They were supplied mainly to British & Commonwealth troops. They first saw action in North Africa and were often known as "Honeys".

It was fitted with a 37mm anti-tank gun and four machine guns. It was crewed by four; driver, co-driver, gunner & commander.
British & Commonwealth Light Tank
£9.00
M7 Priest
This model comes in 2 parts; hull and gun.

The M7 Howitzer Motor Carriage was called the 'Priest' by the British Army. It was an American vehicle made by the American Locomotive Company who made 3,489  of them between April 1942 and July 1945. There were a few variants of the M7 which amounted to another 950 or so.

The Priest was fitted with a 105mm M1/M2 Howitzer carrying 69 rounds and had an additional Browning 0.5inch machine gun.

They were used in several armies well past WWII and saw action in Korea and the Israeli Six Day War.
105 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M7
£11.00
M8 Greyhound
Model comes in two parts; Hull and Turret.

The M8 was known as a 'Greyhound' in the British Army. 8,523 M8s were produced between 1943 and 1945. It was a 6x6 vehicle. It forst saw action in Sicily in 1943.

It was armed with a 37mm M5 gun and a 7.62mm Browning machine gun

American Light Armoured Car
£8.00
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
Marmon-Herrington Armoured Car
This model comes in two parts;Body & Turret

Originally designed for the South African Army, the Marmon-Herrinton was a conglomeration of an American design, Canadian built chassis & engine and British-supplied armaments.

The MKI was used exclusively by the South African Union Defence Force while the MkII, depicted here, was also used by the British in North Africa. It was the first true four-wheeled drove armoured car in the Commonwealth forces.

887 MkIIs were produced of which 338 were used by the British.

The 6-ton vehicle had a crew of four; driver, co-driver/radio operator, gunner, co-gunner/mechanic. It was variously armed with a 0.5inch Boys anti-tank rifle, 2 .303 Vickers machine guns or 2 Bren guns.
Mk. II version
£8.00
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
Matilda Mk I
Model comes as two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Matilda I saw action with the British Army from 1938 to 1940 and served in the Battle of France.

The Matilda was built by Vickers-Armstrong and weighed 11 tons. It was armed with a Vickers .303 or .50 machine gun.

Maximum road speed was only 8mph while its cross-country speed was only 5mph
Tank, Infantry, Mk I, Matilda I (A11)
£7.00
Morris Commercial CS8 (cover, no doors)
Model comes in one part.

The Morris Commercial CS8 was a British truck used during WWII and beyond. It came in three versions, Mk I, II & III.

Until 1940 the vehicle was firtted with small aeroscreens and canvas doors. During 1941 models were fitted with full windscreens and metal skinned half-doors.

Some 21, 300 vehicles were produced between 1934 and 1941.

We have several versions of the CS8 available.

This one has a covered back and cab with no doors.
British Truck
£7.00
Morris Commercial CS8 (cover, no doors, no cab roof)
Model comes in one part.

The Morris Commercial CS8 was a British truck used during WWII and beyond. It came in three versions, Mk I, II & III.

Until 1940 the vehicle was firtted with small aeroscreens and canvas doors. During 1941 models were fitted with full windscreens and metal skinned half-doors.

Some 21, 300 vehicles were produced between 1934 and 1941.

We have several versions of the CS8 available.

This one has a covered back and cab with no doors.
British Truck
£7.00
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