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Bonnet spare, rear fuel, rear weapon
£4.00
Bonnet spare, rear spare, rear fuel, rear weapon
£4.00
Windscreen down
£4.00
Windscreen down, spare on rear
£4.00
fuel tanks rear, rear weapon
£4.00
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
American Tank Killer
£10.00
American Light Tank
£9.00
M32B1 (converted M4A1)
£13.00
armoured car
£7.50
M5 with a M49 machine gun mount
£9.00
105 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M7
£11.00
Jeep (13)
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.
Bonnet spare, rear fuel, rear weapon
£4.00
Jeep (14)
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.
Bonnet spare, rear spare, rear fuel, rear weapon
£4.00
Jeep (2)
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.
Windscreen down
£4.00
Jeep (3)
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.
Windscreen down, spare on rear
£4.00
Jeep (4)
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 tanks rear, rear weapon
£4.00
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
M-18 Hellcat
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.
£11.00
M10 Wolverine
Model comes in four parts; Body, Turret & Tracks.

The M10 was developed in 1942 and first saw action in Tunisia in 1943. Around 6,400 were produced between September 1942 and December 1943.

It was equipped with a 3inch M7 gun and a .50 calibre Browning machine gun.

It was crewed by five; commander, loader, gunner, driver and assistant driver. It was also used by the British Free French, Russians and Chinese.
American Tank Killer
£10.00
M12 Gun Motor Carriage
Model comes as two parts; Hull & Gun.

The M12 was based on the M3 Lee chassis and mounted a 155mm M1917, M1918 or M1918M1 gun.

100 units were built between September 1942 and March 1943. It had a crew of six; commander, driver & four gun crew.
155mm
£12.00
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
M32 Tank Recovery Vehicle
This model comes in three parts; hull, 2 crane parts

The M32 was a converted Sherman which had the turret removed and a fixed turret added. It was fitted with an 18-foot A-frame and a 60,000lb winch.

The version depicted here is an M32B1 which signifies it was converted from a standard Sherman M4A1
M32B1 (converted M4A1)
£13.00
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
£7.50
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
£7.50
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
£7.50
M5A1 Half Track
This model comes in one part.

The M5 was developed by the USA in 1942 and was a personnel carrier.

Nearly 7,500 M5s were produced between 1942 and 1943. It had a range of 125 miles and a top speed of 42mph.

The A1 model was fitted with a M49 machine gun mount and could carry either one 0.5inch Browning heavy machine gun or two M1919 Browning machine guns. 2,859 M5A1s were produced.

This model comes with the 0.5inch Browning.
M5 with a M49 machine gun mount
£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
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