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1/56 M4 Sherman 75mm

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1/56 M4 Sherman 75mm

Overview:

Overview: The M4 Sherman medium tank was the primary tank used by the United States during World War II. It has been produced in a significant number of units and it formed the backbone of United Stated armored forces at that time. It has been produced in several variants and versions. Features: - Includes decals for 2 versions

1/56 Crowell Mk. IV

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1/56 Crowell Mk. IV

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1/56 Crowell Mk. IV

Overview:

Overview: The Cromwell was the first tank put into service by the British that combined a dual-purpose (anti-tank + anti-infantry) gun, the QF 75mm, with high speed and reasonably thick armour. The Cromwell used the same hull and turret as the earlier Cavalier and Centaur designs, but it came with a new Rolls Royce Meteor engine that gave it an impressive top speed of 67 Km/h. Its design formed the basic of the superb Comet tank. Undoubtedly, it was one of the most successful tanks of the "Cruiser Tank" philosophy fielded by Britain in the Second World War. Features: - 100% NEW MOULD - WWII BRITISH MILITARY VEHICLE (28 mm.) - EASY ASSEMBLY FOR GAMERS AND COLLECTORS

1/56 Pz.Kpfw.VI Tiger I Tank

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1/56 Pz.Kpfw.VI Tiger I Tank

Overview:

Overview: The Tiger I, a German heavy tank of World War II, operated from 1942 in Africa and Europe, usually in independent heavy tank battalions. It was designated Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf H during development but was changed to Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf E during production. The Tiger I gave the German Army its first armoured fighting vehicle that mounted the 8.8 cm KwK 36 gun (derived from the 8.8 cm Flak 36). 1,347 were built between August 1942 and August 1944. After August 1944, production of the Tiger I was phased out in favour of the Tiger II. Features: - Decal Sheet for 2 Versions Included

1/56 Sd.Kfz.142/1 Sturmgeschtz III

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1/56 Sd.Kfz.142/1 Sturmgeschtz III

Overview:

Overview: The "Stug" III was the most famous assault gun adopted by the German Army during the Second World War. It was developed on the reliable Panzer III medium tank chassis and it was armed with the L/24 75 mm gun installed in a fixed superstructure. Cheaper and easier to produce than the conventional tanks, the assault-gun was widely used on all fronts and it was very effective as infantry support and, in the latest part of the war, as tank-destroyer. Features: - Includes decals for 3 versions

1/56 Pz.Kpfw. III Ausf.J/L/M/N

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1/56 Pz.Kpfw. III Ausf.J/L/M/N

Overview:

Overview: The Panzer III development started in the mid-1930s with the specific goal to make it the backbone of the armored battalions of the Wehrmacht, alongside a smaller number of heavier tanks (Panzer IV). Initially armed with a 37mm cannon, the Panzer III moved rapidly to a 50mm cannon and, in the upgraded versions (Ausf M and L), to the 75/24 gun with 64 rounds already used on the Panzer IV. Production ceased in August 1943. Features: - Decal Sheet for 4 Versions Included

1/56 M10 Tank Destroyer

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1/56 M10 Tank Destroyer

Overview:

Overview: The M-10 Wolverine is the most widely used tank destroyer vehicle used by the U.S. Army during World War II. Built on the reliable chassis of the famous M4 Sherman medium tank the M-10 was equipped with a 76 mm anti-tank cannon. installed in an open topped turret. Features: - Includes decals for 2 versions

1/56 M8 / M20

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1/56 M8 / M20

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1/56 M8 / M20

Overview:

Overview: This armoured car was standard issue with the reconnaissance units of the U.S. Armoured Divisions in Europe during the second half of 1944, and was extensively used by the free French Forces during the liberation of French territory. The M-8 was characterized by a futuristic shape for its time and high mobility. At the same time it did not have sufficient armour and armament to fight the German tanks. The open turret did not offer any protection for the crew. After World War II the Greyhound was widely used by many European armies. Features: - Includes decals for 2 versions

1/56 Churchill Mk.III / IV / AVRE / NA75 / Mk.VI

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1/56 Churchill Mk.III / IV / AVRE / NA75 / Mk.VI

Overview:

Overview: The Churchill medium tank came into service with the British Army in 1942 to support and replace the earlier Valentines, Matildas and Crusaders, which, by then, were all outdated and inadequate in terms of both armor and weaponry, easily falling prey to the more advanced German tanks. Equipped with thick armor and a reliable engine, it proved to be tough and dependable, later being produced in ever-more efficient, upgraded versions. Its chassis was also used as a platform for specialized support vehicles such as the mine clearer, the bridge layer and the flame-thrower.

1/56 M3/M3A1 Stuart

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1/56 M3/M3A1 Stuart

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1/56 M3/M3A1 Stuart

Overview:

Overview: The light tank M-3 Stuart began to equip U.S. Army since the beginning of 1941. Powered by a 250 hp air-cooled engine was able to reach 60 km/h. It was used in a large numbers on the Mediterranean theater of war during Operation Torch, the American landing in North Africa. The M-3 was characterized by a relatively light armor of only 45mm. and an armament consists of a 37mm. main gun too small to penetrate the armor of Axis medium and heavy tanks. After the failures obtained against the German tanks, it was used almost exclusively for reconnaissance tasks flanking medium tanks like Shermans. In the theater of war of Pacific characterized by particular environmental conditions and the presence of a lower number of enemy tanks, M-3 was able to provide a good service level in infantry close support duties. Features: - Includes decals for 4 versions

5515764 1/56 IS-2 Mod. 1

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5515764 1/56 IS-2 Mod. 1

Overview:

Overview: In February of 1943, to replace the outdated KV series, the first prototypes of the new heavy tanks has been designed with the specific purpose to equip the Red Army tank regiments and counterbalance the new and effective German Tiger and Panther. The most famous was the Joseph Stalin JS-2. It adopted, as main armament, the powerful D25-T mm gun, installed in the central turret and it has been characterized by the casted hull, the heavy armor and the use of the 12 cylinders diesel 600 HP engine. The total weight of the JS-2 was 46 tons. It was used in the battles that brought to the liberation of Ukraine, in the operations to conquer Hungary and in the final stage of the World War II in Europe : the Battle of Berlin. Includes decals for 5 versions

1/56 Sd. Kfz. 182 Tiger II

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1/56 Sd. Kfz. 182 Tiger II

Overview:

Overview: The heavy tank Sd.Kfz 182 Panzer VI Ausf. B "King Tiger" came into service with the German army since mid 1944. Compared to its predecessor, the Tiger I, several differences and improvements have been adopted : a completely new chassis, a stronger armor characterized by the sloped frontal hull (bringing to a total weight of almost 70 tons) and the lethal 8.8 cm KwK 43 L/71 gun as main armament. Thanks to its Mayback V-12 engine the King Tiger was able to reach the maximum speed of 42 Km/h. For the mass production two different turret solutions has been used : the Porsche turret, at the beginning, and the Henschel turret for the most of the units produced. Both ot them were able to load 80 rounds for the main cannon. The first combat use of the King Tigerwas by the 503rd Heavy Panzer Battalion during the Battle of Normandy on July 1944. Features: - Includes decals for 4 versions

1/56 Char B1 bis

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1/56 Char B1 bis

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1/56 Char B1 bis

Overview:

Overview: The “Char de Bataille” B1 was the main heavy tank used by the French Army during World War II. The original project was set up in the mid-1920s (many technical solutions adopted as the large tracks are derived from the First World War main tanks) but the delivery to the French Army started only in the mid-30s. Massive and robust, Char B1 was improved in “bis” version to increase its operational effectiveness. It was armed with the 47 mm gun, located in the small turret, and the 75 mm howitzer located in the hull. The tank was characterized by a strong armour able to provide a good protection. However the heavy weight negatively affected the speed (28 Km/h) and the on road and off road maneuverability . Even if it was a good tank for those times, the Char B1 bis was deployed to support the infantry Divisions and not in Tanks Divisions. Due to this it was impossible to compete against the German Panzer Divisions during the French Campaign on 1940. After the fall of France a certain number of Char B1 has been used by German Army. Most of them became platforms for flamethrowers and known as PzKpfw B1 Bis (f) flamm. Features: - Includes decals for 6 versions

1/56 Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer

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1/56 Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer

Overview:

Overview: Born on the reliable and proven Panzerkampfwagen 38t light tank chassis, the Hetzer was set in the second half of 1943 to equip the German Army with a light tank destroyer more cost effective than the bigger and heavier Jagdpanther and Jagdtiger. The main features of the project were : a low profile, a good armored compared to the size, and a good fire power guarantee by the use of the 75 mm. anti tank gun. Further more other important developing drivers were the possibility to produce easily and at a low cost. The Hetzer entered in service in the second half of 1944 and it was extremely effective and lethal even against the most powerful Allied tanks. Features: - Includes decals for 4 versions

1/56 Italian Tanks & Semoventi M-13/40 M-14/41 M-40/41 75/18mm

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1/56 Italian Tanks & Semoventi M-13/40 M-14/41 M-40/41 75/18mm

Overview:

Overview: The production of Italian tanks during the Second World War was mainly focused on the "M" type. The M-13/40 was perhaps the most recognizable and widespread tank of the Italian Regio Esercito. It was characterized by its amour which consisted of riveted steel plates and its main armament, a 47 mm gun. Although superior to the Italian light tanks of the "L" series which were relegated to perform reconnaissance duties, it in turn became obsolete during the war, and was ultimately unable to match opposing enemy tanks. The self-propelled M-40 gun was also built on its chassis. Equipped with a 75 mm gun it was very effective and feared by enemy armored vehicles. The optimum operational deployment was the combination of the M-13/40 flanked by self-propelled gun units which were able to complement the limited firepower of the tanks. During the war several improvements were made on the tanks and self-propelled guns in terms of technical solutions and armaments. Kit contains one model. The kit allows you to choose either the tank version with the revolving turret (M-13/40 and M-14/41) OR the Semoventi - assault gun version with a fixed cannon in an armored casemate (M-40 and M-41) starting with a common base composed of the lower chassis and the tracks.

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