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Canadian & British Vehicle
£12.00
Canadian & British Vehicle
£12.00
British Sherman III
£11.00
M4A4 (Mk V) Rocket Launcher Tank
£11.00
T17E2
£8.50
Armoured Car
£8.50
American Light Tank
£9.00
Light Tank Mk VII (A17)
£7.50
Bren Gun Carrier
£7.50
British Infantry Tank
£9.00
British Infantry Tank
£9.00
British Infantry Tank
£9.00
Morris Commercial CS8 (covered, no cab)
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 fitted 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 an covered back, open cab with doors.
British Truck
£7.00
Morris Commercial CS8 (open back, 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 an open back and no doors.
British Truick
£6.50
Ordnance QF 25-Pounder Field Gun
Model comes in parts; Gun - 5, Base - 2, Limber - 4.

This version is in resin.

The 25-pounder was the main artillery piece of the British Army from the 1940s up until the 1960s and saw service with many other nations into the 1980s.

It had a 3.45 inch barrel firing a shell which weighed 25lbs. 
British Artillery
£7.50
Ordnance QF 25-Pounder Field Gun (plastic)
Model comes in parts; Gun - 5, Base - 2, Limber - 4.

The 25-pounder was the main artillery piece of the British Army from the 1940s up until the 1960s and saw service with many other nations into the 1980s.

It had a 3.45 inch barrel firing a shell which weighed 25lbs. 
British Artillery
£6.00
Rolls Royce 1914 MkI Pattern Armoured Car
Model comes as two parts; Body & Turret.

The Rolls Royce armoured car was developed in 1914 and used throughout WWI and into the early stages of WWII in the middle east. It was first used by the Royal Naval Air Service in 1914.

At the start of WWII 76 vehicles were still in service in the Western Desert, Iraq and Syria. They were withdrawn from service in 1941.

Main armament was a .303 Vickers machine gun.
£8.50
Rolls Royce 1920 MkI Armoured Car
Model comes as two parts; Body & Turret.

The Rolls Royce armoured car was developed in 1914 and used throughout WWI and into the early stages of WWII in the middle east. It was first used by the Royal Naval Air Service in 1914.

At the start of WWII 76 vehicles were still in service in the Western Desert, Iraq and Syria. They were withdrawn from service in 1941.

Main armament was a .303 Vickers machine gun.
£8.50
Sexton Self-propelled Artillery
Model comes as one part.

The Sexton was a self-propelled 25 pounder gun built on the Sherman M4 and M3 Lee chassis. It was fitted with an Ordnance QF 25lb MkII gun and 2 .303 Bren guns

It saw service between 1943 and 1948 in the armies of the UK, Canada, Poland, South Africa, India and Portugal.

It had a crew of 6, Commander, Driver, Gunner, Gun-Layer, Loader & Radio Operator.
Canadian & British Vehicle
£12.00
Sexton Self-propelled Artillery (covered )
Model comes as one part.

The Sexton was a self-propelled 25 pounder gun built on the Sherman M4 and M3 Lee chassis. It was fitted with an Ordnance QF 25lb MkII gun and 2 .303 Bren guns

It saw service between 1943 and 1948 in the armies of the UK, Canada, Poland, South Africa, India and Portugal.

It had a crew of 6, Commander, Driver, Gunner, Gun-Layer, Loader & Radio Operator.

This model has a cover (no crew required!)
Canadian & British Vehicle
£12.00
Sherman Firefly
Model comes in 4 parts; Hull, Turret & Tracks

The Firefly was based on the American Sherman M4 but used by the British and some Commonwealth nations. It was fitted with the 3-inch British 17-pounder anti-tank gun. It was a 35 tonner with four crew (commander, gunner, loader/radio operator and driver).

Around 2,200 were produced. It seems that “Firefly” was not an official term but used because of the bright muzzle flash of the main gun.

The Firefly was designated as “1C”, “1C Hybrid” or “VC”; the British added a “C” to tanks equipped with the 17-pounder.This version was introduced in 1944 in time for the Normandy landings.

It was operated by the British, Canada, Czechoslovakia, New Zealand, Poland and South Africa.
£11.00
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
Sherman Tulip
This model comes as four parts; hull, turret & tracks.

The Sherman Tulip Tank was the brainchild of Lieutenant Robert Boscawen from the British 1st Armoured Battalion, Coldstream Guards, Guards Armoured Division. He fitted rocket rails from an RAF Typhoon onto the turret of his M4A4 Sherman (Called the Sherman MkV by the British). After testing, the rockets were fitted to nearly all the Shermans in his squadron, this was March 1945.

The tanks were equipped with 3 inch unguided rockets with a 60 pound warhead. They were fired on many occasions both in Europe and into Germany and were said to be very effective against troops in woods.
It was said that enemy soldiers often surrendered on sight of the squadron firing their rockets. They were set at angles for ranges of 600 and 800 yards.
M4A4 (Mk V) Rocket Launcher Tank
£11.00
Staghound AA
Model comes as two parts; chassis and turret.

The Staghound, although used by the British Army, was an American-designed armoured car. 3,844 Staghounds were produced from January 1942.

The Staghound first saw action in Italy and then in north west Europe. It continued in service long after the war  and appeared in the armies of some 25 different countries.

It weighed 14 tonnes and had a 36mm M6 gun with 2 or 3 7.62mm M1919 Browning machine guns.

This version was mad ewith the T17E1 chassis and a turret mounting 2 0.5inch Browning heavy machine guns.
1,000 units were produced between October 1943 and April 1944.
T17E2
£8.50
Staghound Armoured Car MKIII
This model comes as two parts; chassis and turret.

The Staghound, although used by the British Army, was an American-designed armoured car. 3,844 Staghounds were produced from January 1942.

The Staghound first saw action in Italy and then in north west Europe. It continued in service long after the war  and appeared in the armies of some 25 different countries.

It weighed 14 tonnes and had a 36mm M6 gun with 2 or 3 7.62mm M1919 Browning machine guns.
T17E1 Staghound
£8.50
Staghound Mk I
This model comes as two parts; chassis and turret.

The Staghound, although used by the British Army, was an American-designed armoured car. 3,844 Staghounds were produced from January 1942.

The Staghound first saw action in Italy and then in north west Europe. It continued in service long after the war  and appeared in the armies of some 25 different countries.

It weighed 14 tonnes and had a 36mm M6 gun with 2 or 3 7.62mm M1919 Browning machine guns.
Armoured Car
£8.50
Stuart M3A1
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The M3 was supplied to the UK by America prior to America joining the war after which it served in the American forces also. 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.

Over 23,000 Stuarts of all types were produced between 1941 and 1944.
American Light Tank
£9.00
Tetrarch Tank
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Tetrarch saw action in the invasion of Madagascar in May 1942. They also saw service with the 6th Airborne Division and were used in the invasion of Normandy and were landed by gliders.

Twenty Tetrarchs were sent to Russia as part of the lend-lease agreement.

177 were built between 1938 and 1942. They were crewed by a commander, gunner and driver. They were armed with a QF 2 pounder (40mm) gun and a 7.92 Besa machine gun.
Light Tank Mk VII (A17)
£7.50
Universal Carrier
Model comes as 3 parts; Hull & Tracks.

This model is resin.


Bren Gun Carrier
£7.50
Valentine I
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Valentine I was the first model of a series which had 11 marks  which saw some 8,000 various models produced.

It saw service in the British, New Zealand and Russian armies.

The Mark I was armed with a 40mm QF 2 pounder gun and a 7.92mm Breda machine gun.

It had a crew of three, commander, driver and gunner. The commander doubled up as a the loader.
British Infantry Tank
£9.00
Valentine II
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Valentine II was the first model of a series which had 11 marks  which saw some 8,000 various models produced.

It saw service in the British, New Zealand and Russian armies.

The Mark II was armed with a 40mm QF 2 pounder gun and a 7.92mm Breda machine gun.

It had a crew of three, commander, driver and gunner. The commander doubled up as a the loader.
British Infantry Tank
£9.00
Valentine III
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Valentine III was one of a series which had 11 marks  which saw some 8,000 various models produced.

It saw service in the British, New Zealand and Russian armies.

The Mark III was armed with a 40mm QF 2 pounder gun and a 7.92mm Breda machine gun.

It had a crew of four, commander, driver, loader and gunner.
British Infantry Tank
£9.00
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