The M4A3(105) had an 105mm howitzer used for infantry support. A total of 500 were built between May and September 1944, and another 2,539 being built as M4A3(105) HVSS between September 1944 and June 1945.
The Centurion Mk 5/1 (aka FV 4011) had increased glacis armour, two coax machineguns: one .30 (7.62mm) Browning & one .50 (12.7mm) caliber Browning for ranging the 84mm (20 pounder) main gun.
The Centurion Mk 3 was fitted with 20pdr (84mm), slightly shorter hull, 2 stowage positions for track links on glacis, vehicle weight 49 tons. It was also fitted with a two-inch (51mm) mortar, loaded, and fired from within the turret.
The inability of the 37mm round to penetrate the frontal armor of mid-war tanks severely restricted the offensive capabilities of units armed with them. Between 1940 and 1943, a total of 18,702 were produced.
WC-52 Truck, Cargo, 3/4 ton, 4x4 w/Winch Dodge (G502) Weapons Carriers was identical to the WC-51, but fitted with a Braden MU 2 7,500lb / 3,402kg capacity winch at the front bumper. 59,114 built.
The SU-122 (from Samokhodnaya Ustanovka 122) was a Soviet self-propelled howitzer or assault gun used during World War II. The number “122” in the designation represents the caliber of the main armament, the 122mm M-30S howitzer. The chassis was that of the T-34.
Tiger II with 'Production/Henschel' turret and NO Zimmerit
Tiger II with 'Initial/Porsche' or 'Production/Henschel' turrets with Zimmerit
Option to build one Valentine II/III/IIIcs/IV/ or V
Option to build one Valentine IX/X or XI
2 identical sprues per box
2 identical sprues per box
The Semovente Comando M40 was an M13/40 tank with the turret replaced by a large multi-piece hatch. The hull housed additional radios and other communication equipment.
Options to build either a SdKfz 222 or 223
Can be built deployed on on-tow Two fixed gun elevation angles (0 or 45 degrees) SdAh 58 trailer included Three gun crew figures included
Two fixed gun elevation angles - 0 or 40 degrees Two gun barrel choices All hatches can be open or closed extra stowage options Four gun crew models included
Option to build an Ausf D or E variants All hatches can be open or closed DAK rear air intake hull included Extra stowage options included two tank crew included
All Hatches can be opened or closed Optional photo-etched Thoma wire-mesh skirts two tank crew figures included
Set of 2 plastic German Feldgendarmerie bike riders in Kradmantel. Designed for use with Rubicon German Motorcycle R75 with Sidecar (280051 & 280052).
General Erwin Rommel with a radio operator. Comes with 25mm lip bases.
Expansion kit requires SdKfz 222/223 Light Armoured Car RI-280062