The 8.8cm Flak 36/37 is a German 88mm anti-aircraft and anti-tank artillery gunfrom WW2 and was widely used by Germany throughout the war.
This kit can be made as one of ten variants: T-26 model 1931 - T-26 model 1932 - T-26 model 1933 - T-26 model 1933RT - T-26 model 1938 - T-26 model 1938RT - T-26 model 1939 - KhT-26 - KhT-130 - KhT-133.
Plastic model kit. 1/56th scale.
Plastic model kit. 1/56th scale.
Plastic model kit 1/56th scale.
Front lower armour plate in operating or transport mode Movable trails & rotating gun Includes shells and ammo boxes 5 gun crew in late war uniform included
Includes both low & high bustle turrets Options to build a British Firefly IC Hybrid Multiple mantlet choices Open or closed turret & hull hatches Tank crew figures included
Ideal for countryside dioramas Each fence is 105mm (4.13 inches) long Each gate is 30mm (1.18 inches) wide A total of 180cm (70.87 inches) from a single kit Gate can swing open or closed Comes with scenic base
Ideal for small town dioramas Each fence is 105mm (4.13 inches) long Each gate is 30mm (1.18 inches) wide A total of 180cm (70.87 inches) from a single kit Gate can swing open or closed Comes with sign post & scenic base
Options to build either a PaK 38 or PaK 97/38 Front lower armour plate in operating or transport mode Movable trails & rotating gun Includes shells and ammo boxes 5 gun crew in mid-war uniform included
Includes both small & large hatch hulls Includes both low & high bustle turrets Includes both 75mm gun & 105mm howitzer Options to build a British Firefly IC Multiple mantlet choices Open or closed turret & hull hatches Tank crew figures included
The M21 Mortar Motor Carriage (MMC) was a self-propelled artillery mount on a half-track chassis used by the United States Army during WW2.
The M4A2(76)W was not an important Sherman in the west during WWII. Just about the whole production run was shipped off to the Soviet Union, where it was well received.
The M4A2 Sherman used a welded hull nearly identical to the M4, but with a pair of vented armoured grates on the rear hull deck. The M4A2 tanks used the GM6046 twin diesel.
The Canadian Military Pattern (CMP) truck was a class of military truck - of various forms - made in large numbers in Canada during WW2 to British Army specifications for use in the armies of the British Commonwealth allies.
The PaK 36 (Panzerabwehrkanone 36) was a 3.7 cm calibre German anti-tank gun used during the WW2. It was the main anti-tank weapon of Wehrmacht infantry units until mid-1941.
Number of Parts: 71 pieces / 3 sprues + 1 cab body
Requires one of the following Base kits: 280026 SdKfz 305 Blitz ? SdKfz 305 Box Body 280046 SdKfz 3a Maultier ? SdKfz 3a Box Body
Requires one of the following Base kits: 280032 SdKfz 250/1 Alte ? SdKfz 250/9 Alte 280038 SdKfz 250/1 Neu ? SdKfz 250/9 Neu 280018 SdKfz 251/1 Ausf D ? SdKfz 251/23 Ausf D
Number of Parts: 69 pieces / 1 sprue + 2 multi-slide parts + 2 figure sprues
Number of Parts: 68 pieces / 1 sprue + 2 multi-slide part + 2 figure sprues
Number of Parts: 45 pieces / 1 sprue + 2 figure sprues
Number of Parts: 49 pieces / 1 sprue + 2 figure sprues
This kit contains the parts to build either an early or late version of the M4A3(76mm)W, or an M4A3E8 with HVSS suspension. It also includes an optional set of tracks fitted with extended end connectors. The hull and cupola hatches are separate, and a commander figure and stowage items are included.
The SdKfz 250/7 was a standard mortar carrier (Gerält 897), equipped with the 8.1cm (3.15in) GrW34 mortar, fixed internally and given to the 4th platoon of each Leichter Panzer Aufklärungs Kompanie (Light Armoured Reconnaissance Company) with 42 rounds in store on the vehicle.
The SdKfz 251/9, also called kanonenwagen, was equipped with a short-barrel 75mm (2.95 in) howitzer, which used the same mounting as the StuG III. It was nicknamed Stummel (Stump), and committed in great numbers on the Eastern Front. First ordered in a Mar 42 specification, Büssing-NAG delivered two prototypes in June, tested in Russia.
The SdKfz 250/11 Alte was designed to be a tank hunter, equipped with the tapered-bore recoilless 2.8cm (1.1in) sPzB 41, with 168 rounds in store on the vehicle, and a MG34 or MG42, generally issued to platoon leaders. The gun carriage was also carried, so that the gun could be dismounted and used separately.