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American Light Armoured Car
£8.00
M4A4 Flamethrower
£14.00
Standard M4 tank
£11.00
British Sherman III
£11.00
Standard M4A3 version
£11.00
105mm howitzer version
£11.00
Sherman marine version
£13.00
76mm version
£11.00
M4A3 "Easy Eight" version
£11.00
Flamethrower version
£11.50
Standard M4 tank
£11.00
American Light Tank
£9.00
American Launcher
£3.50
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
Sherman Crocodile
This model comes as five parts; hull, turret, tracks and trailer.

The Sherman Crocodile came about as a result of American troops giving good reports about the British Churchill Crocodile; a flamethrower tank. They developed their own version initially from the M4A4 variant.

It was equipped with a 75mm M3 Gun, a 7.62mm Browning M1919 machine gun and an upper glacis mounted flamethrower.

The trailer carried 400 gallons of flamethrower liquid and weighed 6.5 tons.The Crocodle was crewed by five men; Commander, driver, gunner, loader, & flamethrower operator.

Only 4 Crocodiles saw service in Europe but were too late for D-Day. They were issued to 939th Tank Battalion attached to the 29th Division in February 1945.
M4A4 Flamethrower
£14.00
Sherman M4
This model comes as four parts; hull, turret & tracks.

The Sherman M4 was the most widely used allied tank with some 50,000  M4 & variants produced throughout the war. Production began in February 1942. It weighed some 33 tons and had a crew of five; commander, gunner, loader, driver assistant driver/bow gunner.

It was fitted with a 75mm M3 L/40 model gun and carried 90 rounds. It had a secondary cal.30 (7.62mm) Browning M1919A4 machine gun with 4,750 rounds. It was often fitted with a roof mounted cal.50 (12.7mm) Browning heavy machine gun.
By mid 1942, 2000 M4s were being produced a month in 11 US factories.

Many variants of the M4 were produced during the course of the war. It remained in service in the US Army until 1957.
Standard M4 tank
£11.00
Sherman M4A1
Model comes in 4 parts: Hull, Turret & Tracks.

The Sherman was the most widely used medium tank used by the Americans in World War II.The M4A1 was produced between February 1942 and December 1943.Armament was in the form of a 75mm medium-velocity general purpose gun. In July 1944 the M4A1(76)W variant was upgraded to a 76mm high-velocity gun.6,281 M4A1s were built.
£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 M4A3
This model comes in four part; hull, turret & tracks.

The M4A3 version of the Sherman (also known as Sherman Mk.IV by the British) was produced from June 1942. 5,015 M4A3s were built.
Standard M4A3 version
£11.00
Sherman M4A3 (105)
This model comes as four parts; hull, turret & tracks.

The M4A3(105) variant of the Sherman was fitted with a 105mm howitzer rather than the 75mm or 76mm gun and was used for infantry support rather than anti-armour.

It was produced from May 1944 to March 1945 and a total of 3,039 were built. They were often used in conjunction with the Zippo flamethrower versions by the United States Marine Corps against Japanese fortifications.
105mm howitzer version
£11.00
Sherman M4A3 Amphibious
This model comes in four part; hull, turret & tracks.

The M4A3 version of the Sherman (also known as Sherman Mk.IV by the British) was produced from June 1942. 5,015 M4A3s were built.

This version has the snorkels fitted allowing it to advance from the sea.
Sherman marine version
£13.00
Sherman M4A3 Calliope
Model comes in 6 parts; Hull, Turret, Tracks, Calliope, Rocket Support Strut.

A separate Turret without the Calliope is available should you wish to attach the Calliope permanently to one and have a spare so the model can be used with or without the rockets.

Officially designated the T34 (Calliope) this Sherman is based on the M4A3 chassis and is armed with 60 4-6 inch rocket tubes. It saw limited combat in 1944 and 1945.
£13.00
Sherman M4A3E2 Jumbo
This model comes as four parts; hull, turret & tracks.

The M4A3E2 Jumbo variant of the Sherman was fitted with a 75mm gun however some were fitted with the 76mm as depicted in this model.

The US Army wanted an uparmoured version of their medium tank for the European theatre. This became the M4A3E2. It seems that the nickname Jumbo was given to it after the war.

254 Jumbos were built. The vehicle had 38mm of additional armour welded to the upper hull front & sides taking the overall thickness to 76mm. The turret was also given extra armour.

The first 128 Jumbos arrived in France in September 1944 destined for the 3rd Armoured Division. In February 1045, around 100 M4A3E2s had their 75mm guns replaced with 76mm.

It is believed that there are currently 8 surviving Jumbos.
76mm version
£11.00
Sherman M4A3E8
This model comes in four part; hull, turret & tracks.

The M4A3 version of the Sherman (also known as Sherman Mk.IV by the British) was produced from June 1942. 5,015 M4A3s were built.

The " M4A3 Easy Eight" had upgraded suspension and a 76.2mm M1 cannon.

The E8 saw action after WWII in both Korea and Vietnam.
M4A3 "Easy Eight" version
£11.00
Sherman M4A3R3 Zippo
This model comes in four part; hull, turret & tracks.

The M4A3 version of the Sherman (also known as Sherman Mk.IV by the British) was produced from June 1942, however, the Zippo depicted in this model came about as a result of a need by the United States Marine Corps to be able to deal with Japanese bunkers and fortifications with a flamethrower tank and came into service in 1944. It saw action at Iwo Jima.

The Zippo was named after the American cigarette lighter.
Flamethrower version
£11.50
Sherman M4A4
This model comes as four parts; hull, turret & tracks.

The Sherman M4 was the most widely used allied tank with some 50,000  M4 & variants produced throughout the war. Production began in February 1942. It weighed some 33 tons and had a crew of five; commander, gunner, loader, driver assistant driver/bow gunner.

It was fitted with a 75mm M3 L/40 model gun and carried 90 rounds. It had a secondary cal.30 (7.62mm) Browning M1919A4 machine gun with 4,750 rounds. It was often fitted with a roof mounted cal.50 (12.7mm) Browning heavy machine gun.
By mid 1942, 2000 M4s were being produced a month in 11 US factories.

Many variants of the M4 were produced during the course of the war. It remained in service in the US Army until 1957.

7,499 M4A4s were produced between July 1942 and November 1943.
Standard M4 tank
£11.00
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
T66 Rocket Launcher
Model comes as several parts.

The T66 was an unguided  launcher which fired the M16 110mm rockets. It had 24 barrels.

The T66 entered service in 1945 and also saw action in Korea.
American Launcher
£3.50
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