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1:35 US MBT M1A1 Abrams (2)

Article number: 300035156 Product: 1:35 US MBT M1A1 Abrams (2) This is a 1/35 scale plastic assembly kit model of the U.S. M1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tank, the world’s most powerful tank which featured 120mm smoothbore gun, superb fire-control system that uses a laser rangefinder, and an impressive gas turbine engine. The massive, dynamic form of the tank has been realistically reproduced. Details such as engine grille and welded sections on armor plates have a rich finish. The model features 12.7mm and 7.62mm guns as well as smoke dischargers. Nylon mesh to depict the rear rack is included to enhance realism. In addition, a commander and a loader figures are also included in kit.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€40.49
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1:35 US MBT M1A1 Abrams w/Mine Plow(2)

Article number: 300035158 Product: 1:35 US MBT M1A1 Abrams w/Mine Plow(2) Minefields were a constant hazard for invading U.S. forces during the Persian Gulf War of 1991; chief among their countermeasures was the trusty M1A1 tank fitted with a mine plow. This plastic model assembly kit expertly recreates such an M1A1 Abrams with mine guard and plow blade equipment depicted using separate parts. Metal chains and enamel wire are included, to be employed in the recreation of the roller at the front of the vehicle. Modelers can choose to assemble the model with hatches open or closed, and will be delighted by the range of accessories, including spare wheels, ammo cases and more! The kit comes with a full body commander figure and loader torso figure to further enhance its realism.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€47.99
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1:35 US Med. MBT M26 Pershing T26E3 (2)

Article number: 300035254 Product: 1:35 US Med. MBT M26 Pershing T26E3 (2) About the M26 Pershing The U.S. Medium Tank M26 Pershing made its appearance at the end of WWII to allow the American army to stand up to the wrath of German tanks. The Pershing which was equipped with a long 90mm gun and exhibited incredible mobility, was first deployed to the European front in February 1945 as part of the effort to invade the German homeland. The Pershing, of which 200 were used against Germany until its surrender, successfully engaged Tiger I and Pz.kpfw. IV tanks. When the Korean War began in June 1950, the M26 also fought successfully against the rival T34/85 Soviet built tanks of the North Korean and Chinese volunteer armies. About the Model ★M26 U.S. Medium Tank Pershing plastic assembly kit. ★Length: 245mm, Turret with its 90mm long barrel gun and boat hull like underside, have been faithfully reproduced with an incredible level of detail. ★Crew hatches can be assembled in either the opened or closed position. Movable suspension forms to the landscape of dioramas. ★Small details like separate parts for the engine grills and cast iron appearance on the hull and the turret make kit seem even more real. ★Machine gun ammunition boxes and two crew figures (torso) are included. Decals for 4 different markings.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€50.99
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1:35 US Military Police Motorcy. (2)

Article number: 300035084 Product: 1:35 US Military Police Motorcy. (2) This is a 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit depicting U.S. WWII military police and a motorcycle. ★From the V-twin engine to the teardrop gas tank, the bike has a detailed and realistic finish. ★Comes with decals to recreate license plate, watch, military police logos and more.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€6.39
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1:35 US Navy PBR 31 MK.II Pibber Vietnam

Article number: 300035150 Product: 1:35 US Navy PBR 31 MK.II Pibber Vietnam This high-speed, heavily armed small craft was used heavily by U.S. forces in the Mekong Delta region. It is recreated with aplomb in this plastic model assembly kit, with details accurately captured from the hull form to the interior. The lethal 12.7mm and 7.62mm machine guns, plus the 40mm grenade launcher are realistically depicted along with a host of accessories such as jerry cans, plus 4 figures.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€45.99
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1:35 US Sherman M4A3 105mm Howi. (9)

Article number: 300035251 Product: 1:35 US Sherman M4A3 105mm Howi. (9) About the Model ★Plastic assembly model kit of U.S. WWII M4A3 Sherman. ★Overall length: 172mm, width: 76mm. ★The smooth form of the cast turret with 105mm howitzer and welded hull of this late production M4A3 tank overflow with realism. ★Commander's cupolas, loader's hatch and other hull and turret hatches can be modeled in the open or closed position. ★Two kinds of road wheels and sprockets can be selected; rubber padded tracks also included. ★Three infantrymen and one tank commander in realistic poses bring an air of excitement to the kit. ★Included equipment includes ammunition boxes, tripod, ration boxes, and much more. ★Three types of decals included.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€40.49
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1:35 WWII Brit. BT. Matilda Mk.III/IV(3)

Article number: 300035300 Product: 1:35 WWII Brit. BT. Matilda Mk.III/IV(3) At the beginning of 1930, the British army made the decision to produce tanks for different roles, with production of the A12 "Matilda" beginning in 1936. At that time, the Matilda had the thickest armor at 60mm, came armed with a 2-pounder cannon, and had thick side skirts which protected the "Japanese type" bogies. Powered by two diesel engines, the Matilda had a top speed of 24km/hr which was deemed appropriate as it matched the walking speed of infantry. At the North African front, thanks to its impenetrable armor, the Matilda completely defeated the opposing Italian forces. Because of the strength of their armor, the Germans began to use 88mm guns which were the only weapons that could penetrate the Matilda. The Matilda was used throughout WWII and was also used by Soviet, Australian, and Allied forces under the Lend-Lease Act. •This is a 1/35 assembly kit model of the British Infantry Tank Matilda which saw action atthe North African Front during WWII. •Length: 174mm, Width: 72mm. •The Matilda's mechanical form has been accurately reproduced. •The number of parts required for the assembly of the gun turret, hull, and the complicated suspension has been minimized for ease of assembly. •Tall and short cupolas and two types of antennas are included in the kit. •Assembly and belt type tracks are included. •Full-size commander figure, as well as a loader and driver torso figures are included.(Total 3) •3 kinds of decals for the North African front are included. •The Matilda would look fantastic alongside other 1/35 vehicles from the North African front such as German Armored Car Sd.Kfz.223 (Item 35268), German Kubelwagen Type82 (Item 35238), German Armored Car Sd.Kfz.222 (Item 35286), Italian Medium TankCarro Armato M13/40 (Item 35296).   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€49.99
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1:35 WWII Brit. Paratroop w/ Parabike

Article number: 300035333 Product: 1:35 WWII Brit. Paratroop w/ Parabike Get on Your Bike! ★This 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit combines two folding bicycles used by British Army forces during WWII, with two realistic figures. ★The bicycles are accurately recreated down to details such as spokes and saddle, while the handlebar and pedals are depicted faithfully using separate parts. ★Bicycles can also be assembled in folded form, and used as accessories in vehicle models or dioramas. ★Each detailed figure has a choice of 2 head and arm types. ★A complement of accessories such as haversack, water canister, pouch, Enfield rifles and more is included. ★The kit can be used independently to create a small-scale diorama. British Army Bicycles While bicycles were used on all sides during WWII, British Army paratroopers were supplied with a unique lightweight version that could be folded along a pair of hinges in the frame center and carried. Uniform The figures can be portrayed with maroon beret or compact paratrooper issue helmet, and are depicted in a camouflaged smock.
€15.99
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1:35 WWII Brit.25pdr Field gun w/Veh.(1)

Br. 25 PDR. Gun & Quad Tracto
€25.99
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1:35 WWII Brit.BSA M20 Mot.c./Mi.Police

Article number: 300035316 Product: 1/35 WWII Brit.BSA M20 Mot.c./Mi.Police The Birmingham Small Arms Company has a long history as a firearms manufacturer and was also well-known as the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer during WWII. In 1939, BSA began production of a military version of their M20 commercial motorcycle that was fitted with a Lucas light and other additional equipment. It was powered by a 12hp single-cylinder 500cc side-valve engine and offered superb reliability and ease of maintenance. Modifications were made during the course of the production and late-war motorcycles featured an air filter fitted onto the fuel tank. Over 126,000 units were produced during the war and most of them were deployed with the British Army. They saw service on every front for a wide range of duties including liaison and supply convoy escort. Some were also used by the RAF and British Navy. After the war, the M20 continued to serve throughout 1950s and some were even used until the end of the 1960s.
€19.49
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1:35 WWII Brit.BSA M20 Mot.c./Mi.Police

Article number: 300035316 Product: 1/35 WWII Brit.BSA M20 Mot.c./Mi.Police The Birmingham Small Arms Company has a long history as a firearms manufacturer and was also well-known as the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer during WWII. In 1939, BSA began production of a military version of their M20 commercial motorcycle that was fitted with a Lucas light and other additional equipment. It was powered by a 12hp single-cylinder 500cc side-valve engine and offered superb reliability and ease of maintenance. Modifications were made during the course of the production and late-war motorcycles featured an air filter fitted onto the fuel tank. Over 126,000 units were produced during the war and most of them were deployed with the British Army. They saw service on every front for a wide range of duties including liaison and supply convoy escort. Some were also used by the RAF and British Navy. After the war, the M20 continued to serve throughout 1950s and some were even used until the end of the 1960s.
€19.49
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1:35 WWII British Light Utility Car 10HP

Article number: 300035308 Product: 1:35 WWII British Light Utility Car 10HP British forces used passenger car chassis, during WWII, as the basis for pick-up style military vehicles. Officially identified as a "Light Utility Car" soldiers called them affectionately by the nickname "Tilly". The vehicle was equipped with a 30hp engine and rear wheel-drive. However, the car did not have sufficient off-road abilities and was soon replaced by 4WD vehicles. As a result, the "Tilly" was used in airbases for liaisons and in other paved areas. The vehicle served in the Dunkirk evacuation, North African and Italian fronts, and Europe from the Normandy invasion on.
€32.99
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1:35 WWII Dt. Panzerjäger Nashorn (4)

Article number: 300035335 Product: 1:35 WWII Dt. Panzerjäger Nashorn (4) This is a highly detailed model of the WWII German tank destroyer Nashorn. The full size vehicle featured an 8.8cm gun also known as a PAK 43 and it was fitted to the upper surface of a light turret less chassis. Even though the vehicle was lightly armored, the PAK43 weapon was capable of penetrating 190mm of armor at 1,000 meters. The Nashorn saw action with German heavy antitank battalions fighting Soviet and Allied forces during much of the conflict. Due to its relatively low cost and superior mobility compared to heavier tanks it remained in production until the end of the WWII war. Decals included. Features: • The model accurately recreates the powerful form of the Nashorn, thanks to detailed research performed using an actual example of the vehicle in a museum in Russia. • Features faithful reproductions of the 71-caliber 8.8cm gun and complex fighting compartment. • Metal parts are used to ensure that the gun has authentic movement and weight. • Comes with 3 marking options, including winter and Eastern front versions. • 4 included figures depict driver and 3 crew members in a variety of realistic poses.
€64.99
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1:35 WWII Fig-Set French Infantry (6)

Article number: 300035288 Product: 1:35 WWII Fig-Set French Infantry (6) About the Model •Highly-detailed 1/35 scale assembly kit set of six French infantry figures plus accessories. •Comes with 4 riflemen figures, 1 machine gunner figure, and 1 commander figure, all in realistic combat poses. •French army uniforms, helmets, equipment, and weapons have been painstakingly researched for the utmost accuracy. •In addition to the figure parts, set includes 2 sprues of the following weapons and accessories: •MAS-36 Rifle x2 •MLE 24/29 Light Machine Gun x1 •Helmet x3 •Machine Gun Bipod (Deployed) x1 •Gas Mask Bag x3 •Machine Gun Bipod (Retracted) x1 •Canteen x3 •Ammunition Pouch x4 •Holster x1 •Binocular Case x1 •Kepi x1 •Map Case x1 French Infantry Set
€19.99
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1:35 WWII Fig-Set Ger.Infant. French (5)

Article number: 300035293 Product: 1:35 Fig-Set Ger. Infant. French (5) During WWII, the German combat uniform included a distinctively-shaped helmet which had a stretched neckline for added protection. The M36 combat uniform was an overall field gray color with a dark green collar, and featured four front pockets. The German soldiers also wore long black boots along with this basic uniform. At parades, the German soldiers would lift their legs high without bending their knees and perform the intensively impressive "Goose Step March." About the Model •Set includes 5 figures to depict German infantry in early-WWII. •A soldier carrying an MP40 in both hands (can also be modeled to hold a rifle). •A soldier in kneeling position preparing to fire his rifle. (can also be modeled to be holding binoculars). •A marching soldier carrying his rifle on his shoulder (can also be modeled to be holding an MP40). •A soldier in prone position with his MG34 machine gun (Accessories that correspond with the MG42 are also included). •The ammo bearer who is feeding the ammunition from the ammunition case. •All five soldier figures come with new helmets (2 of which come with camouflage belts). •Also included are two mounting plates for the figures and a wide array of accessories to enable a variety of poses and Equipment.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€18.49
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1:35 WWII Fig-Set Ger.Infant. Winter (5)

Article number: 300035256 Product: 1:35 WWII Fig-Set Ger.Infant. Winter (5) In a crouched position, these soldiers are very cautious of their surroundings while pushing forward following a tank. Such a tense frontline scene can now be displayed with this plastic assembly model set which includes five German soldier figures wearing winter uniforms, cotton-made smocks, and realistically reproduced winter overcoats seen during the middle stages of WWII. The noncommissioned officers are depicted carrying weapons such as an MP40 submachine gun and rifles and standing in lower poses than their field commander who has a Walther P38 and a grenade in each hand. Set includes five figures.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€14.29
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1:35 WWII Fig-Set Sov.Tank Crew Rest(6)

Article number: 300035214 Product: 1:35 WWII Fig-Set Sov.Tank Crew Rest(6) This is a 1/35 scale plastic assembly model set of a WWII Russian Army Tank Crew. This set features the first female officer to appear in the 1/35 Military Miniature Series. The set includes a total of six figures, all in natural relaxed poses such as sitting down and leaning while smiling. Each figure is wearing a Rubashka field uniform, leather coat and boots. Expand the scene by combining it with the impressive Russian Heavy Tank JS3 Stalin or other Soviet subjects.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€10.39
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1:35 WWII Fig.-Set MG-Crew Maneuver (5)

Article number: 300035184 Product: 1:35 WWII Fig.-Set MG-Crew Maneuver (5) This is a plastic assembly model kit of a WWII German machine gun crew in M43 field uniforms and boots with leggings as seen on German soldiers from 1943. This five figure set features a noncommissioned officer carrying an MP40 submachine gun in his hand, three soldiers carrying ammunition cases and a tri-pod gun mount respectively, and the machine gunner with a MG42 machine gun on his shoulder. The set includes sharply detailed parts to depict equipment such as MG42 and MG34 machine guns, tripod, and ponchos. Combine it with models of tanks and other vehicles belonging to the German army for a wider scale diorama.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€11.49
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1:35 WWII Fig.-Set US Gun/Mortar Tro.(8)

Article number: 300035086 Product: 1:35 Fig.-Set US Gun/Mortar Tro.(8) This is a 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit depicting a WWII U.S. gun and mortar team. ★The set features no fewer than eight figures in highly authentic action pose. ★Detailed depictions of radio equipment, ammo cases and more make for a convincing final product. U.S. Gun and Mortar Team   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€6.39
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1:35 WWII Fr.Citroen Traction Sta.Car(1)

Article number: 300035301 Product: 1:35 WWII Fr.Citroen Traction Dienst.(1) This famous French sedan was produced from 1934 to 1957 and featured a lightweight monocoque body with a high performance torsion bar spring suspension. It also had a spacious interior and featured a front-wheel drive system and a low center of gravity. The car proved to be very easy to handle and was used by the French Army, the occupying German Army, and the Free French forces. It was also used by German forces through out the European front and as far away as Russia. •Length: 125mm, Width: 48mm. •This is a 1/35 scale assembly kit model of the Citroen Traction 11CV. •The elegant form of the body and fenders has been accurately reproduced. •For easy assembly of the suspension, the number of parts is kept in check. •You can choose to assemble either open or closed front doors. •By assembling open front doors, you can enjoy viewing the the highly detailed interior. •Set includes one driver figure. •Markings for the German Army x 2, French Army x 1, and Civilian vehicle x 1 are included.(Total 4) •This model will look great in a diorama on its own or with other 1/35 scale models.
€29.99
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1:35 WWII Fren. Tank B1 bis (motor.)

Article number: 300030058 Product: 1/35 WWII French Tank B1 bis (motorized) This is a "motorized" version of the previously released model kit of the French Battle Tank B1 bis. The motorized version allows the modeler to enjoy and experience the excitement of seeing this detailed model kit in motion! Upon the outbreak of WWII, B1 bis tanks stood in the way of German armies determined to strike a crushing blow against France on her own soil. The B1 bis entered production in 1937 and was an upgraded version of the original 1920s-designed Char B1. The rivet-joined hull mounted a short-barreled 75mm howitzer, while a small, one man turret carried a longer-barreled 47mm tank gun. The B1 bis was one of the most heavily armored tanks of its time, with plating that was 60mm thick in places, amply capable of defending it against anti-tank fire such as that from 37mm Pak guns. It could more than hold its own against individual German tanks, and was greatly feared by enemy soldiers who encountered it.     Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€89.99
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1:35 WWII French Arm. Carrier w/Trai.(4)

Article number: 300032284 Product: 1:35 WWII French Arm. Carrier w/Trai.(4) Always looking for interesting subjects to add to our world-famous 1/35 scale Military Miniatures lineup, we now proudly announce the release of the unique French Armored Carrier UE. Display it with the B1 bis (ITEM 35282) to create an exhibit of early WWII French AFVs. About the Armored Carrier UE Originally developed in the early 1930s, this light armored carrier was capable of towing light artillery and was also designed for use in supplying infantry units at the front lines. Its compact design meant that the heads of the two crew members protruded from the chassis, so distinctive semi-spherical hatches were created to give them a little protection. The initial production of 60 vehicles was soon supplemented by larger orders as France sought to re-equip its army to face the growing threat of Germany. By 1940, approximately 4,800 had been built, including an improved version featuring 4-step gearbox and towing shackles. It was used in the early days of WWII by the French army until its surrender, after which the German army used captured vehicles until the end of the war, modifying some of them into self-propelled guns. About the Model •High-quality 1/35 scale assembly kit model of the Armored Carrier UE. •Headlight and tow hook parts included to depict UE Series 2 and Series 3 variants. •Fine details such as movable cargo compartment (planned), semi-spherical hatches, and towed trailer all accurately reproduced. •Full set of accessories, such as 6 wooden crates, 2 fuel drums, 2 each of both large and small canvas bundles, are included for realistic depiction of cargo loads. •2 crew member torso figures and 2 new French soldier figures with MAS36 rifles in standing poses included for increased diorama possibilities. •3 different types of markings planned.
€42.49
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1:35 WWII Ger. Infantery mounted (2)

German Mounted Infantry   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€6.89
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1:35 WWII Ger. Jagdpanzer IV/70 (V) Lang

Article number: 300035340 Product: 1:35 WWII Dt. Jagdpanzer IV/70 (V) Lang This is a completely new model of the fearsome German tank destroyer Jagdpanzer IV Lang. It is designed from the ground up to be part of the long catalog of models offered in the Tamiya 1/35 scale line up of model kits. The original Jagdpanzer IV tank destroyer was based upon the Panzer IV vehicle and used extensive sloped armor with the 48-caliber 7.5cm gun that had already proven its worth on other vehicles. In January 1944, it was decided to upgrade the Jagdpanzer IV, with the powerful 70-caliber 7.5cm anti-tank gun installed in place of the original 48-caliber weapon. This bigger gun was fitted to the Jadgpanzer IV with the intention of giving it the ability to destroy Allied tanks without even entering their weapons range. It was also the origin of the name Lang, which translates into English as "long". The (V) was applied to vehicles manufactured by the German company Vomag. 930 Jagdpanzer IV /70(V) Lang vehicles were manufactured between August 1944 and March 1945, with German forces taking advantage of the exceptional range of the gun, employing it in both defensive and ambush roles even as their military situation worsened. December 2014 marks 70 years since the Battle of the Bulge, which was effectively the final German offensive of WWII. This model is perfect and right on time to liven up late Second World War dioramas.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€54.99
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1:35 WWII Ger. S Tank Brummbaer (2)

Article number: 300035077 Product: 1/35 WWII Ger. S Tank Brummbaer (2) This is a 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit depicting the German Brummbär. ★From the stubby 150mm howitzer to the bulky form, the vehicle is depicted in style. ★Comes with separate parts depicting Schürzen side armor, spare track links, plus one each of full body and torso figures.
€24.99
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1:35 WWII Ger.88mm Flak36 North Afri.(8)

Article number: 300035283 Product: 1:35 Ger. 88mm Flak36 North Africa (8) One of the most well-known stories of WWII involved an interrogation of a captured British tank crewman after the battle at Halfaya Pass. "In my opinion," he said, "it is unfair to use flak against our tanks." A German artilleryman nearby responded "Fine, but I think it most unfair of you to attack with tanks whose armor nothing but an 88 will penetrate." Starting life as an anti-aircraft artillery piece, the superb anti-tank capabilities of the gun became legendary when they were used to defeat the heavily armored British Matilda tanks in the North African desert. About the 88mm Flak 36 The German 88mm Flak is one of the most famous artillery pieces of WWII. Designed to combat high-altitude aircraft, it was first pressed into the anti-tank role during the invasion of France in 1940, and proved to be extremely capable. The gun went on to strike fear into the hearts of Allied tank crews in Russia and North Africa.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€47.99
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1:35 WWII Ger.Kuebelwagen T82 Ramcke (5)

Article number: 300035304 Product: 1/35 German Kubelwagen Type 82 - Ramcke Parachute Brigade After the 1941 assault on Crete, elite German parachute units were formed into a brigade. The parachute unit, know as the "Ramcke Parachute Brigade" was created to lead assaults in North Africa against Allied forces and counter act the British SAS units attack. The brigade was heavily involved in the Second Battle of El Alamein, the attack on Stirling's Special Air Service, and DAK's assault of the Suez Canal. In 1943, at Tunisia, the Ramcke brigade saw its last battle and was forced to surrender to British forces. - Figures represent soldiers of the elite Ramcke Parachute Brigade in North Africa. - A driver, officer, machine-gunner (seated in the rear of the Kubelwagen), a non commissioned officer providing directions (wearing a tropical Herman Meyer hat), and a rifleman figure are included. - The figure from the original 1/35 scale German Kubelwagen Type 82 Africa-Corps is also included for a total of 6 figures.
€31.99
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1:35 WWII Ger.Milit.Insignia Decal Vol.2

Article number: 300012641 Product: 1/35 WWII Ger.Milit.Insignia Decal Vol.2 Add further fine details to your 1/35 scale German WWII Infantry figures with this easy-to-use decal set. These are designed with the modeler in mind to save time and stress allowing for a more realistic finish. 1:35
€10.89
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1:35 WWII Ger.SdKfz.171 Panther A (2)

Article number: 300035065 Product: 1/35 WWII Dt. SdKfz.171 Panther A (2) In the beginning of 1942, in order to fight against the T-34, the German military ordered a new tank from Dymler-Benz and M.A.N. companies with the following specifications: Weight- 35 tons; speed- 60 km/h; armament 75mm long gun and armour, 60mm thick in front hull, 35mm thick in the rear and 100 mm at the front of the gun turret. Lastly, it was specified that the tank be equipped with a Maiback HL210, water-cooled, V-type 12 cylinder engine. In May of the same year, M.A.N.'s model was chosen without waiting for completion of a prototype tank. However, there were 2 important modifications. First, in order to meet the military's demand, considerably more than the original 35 ton weight was needed. Second, the military ordered a change in the thickness of the frontal armour from 60mm to 80mm. Because of these changes, the engine type had to be chanded from HL210 to HL230. Then, in order to accommodate this engine, a much better gear was needed, but mass production began without this last change, which resulted in frequent gear malfunctions and related trouble. This became the Panther's greatest defect. In the same year, Dymler-Benz and Henschel were ordered to produce the Panther. Therefore, production was greatly increased and a total of 6283 Panther Tanks were produced, second only to P2KW-4 in number. The first mass produced Panther type D was not equipped with a machine gun but after the experience of close battle. A 7.92mm MG 34 was added to the Panther's right front hull armament beginning with its type A. The special feature of the Panther was the left and right driving mechanism. This created an interchangeability of movements, using the torsion bar system. By 1944, the Panther was further improved from Type A to Type G with a change in its side shape. The Panther continued its activities against the Allied Forces th Ger. Panther Med. Tank
€20.99
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1:35 WWII Ger.Tank Dest.Marder III M (1)

Article number: 300035255 Product: 1:35 WWII Ger.Tank Dest.Marder III M (1) About the Marder III M During WWII, the German Army produced and operated the Marder III series on the Czech-built obsolete 38(t) tank chassis, to combat the Soviet T-34 tanks. The first version of the Marder was armed with an improved Soviet 7.62cm Pak36 anti-tank cannon, which was replaced with a German 7.5cm Pak40 gun on the H version; the last version, the Marder III M was put into production in May 1943. The M featured a new layout with rear cabin and midship engine, and a 7.5cm Pak40/3 was also employed. 942 Ms were produced until the thoroughbred tank destroyer Hetzer assumed much of the Marder's role. About the Model ★Tamiya presents a 1/35 scale model of the German Tank Destroyer Marder III M. ★Total length: 149.5mm ★The particular form of the Marder with its combat compartment placed to the rear has been recreated in superb detail. ★The 7.5cm Pak40/3 main gun, ammunition rack and radio equipment have been accurately reproduced. ★Characteristic sprockets and idlers have been replicated. ★Muffler cover comes as a photo-etched part. ★One figure and decals for 5 different markings for armor from various battlefronts are included.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€42.49
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1:35 WWII Ger.Tank Destr.Jagdtiger Ea(2)

Article number: 300035295 Product: 1:35 Ger.Tank Destroyer Jagdtiger Ea(2) During the later stages of WWII, the heavy tank destroyer Jadgtiger (which weighed in excess of 70 tons and had an impressive 12.8cm gun and thick armor) was the heaviest tank seen on both the eastern and western fronts. Tamiya is releasing this 1/35 scale Jagdtiger after its first release 33 years ago in commemoration of the 40th year anniversary of the 1/35 Military Miniature series. Lining this Jagdtiger up with other 1/35 scale tanks like the German King Tiger Production Turret (35164), German King Tiger Porsche Turret (35169), German Tank Destroyer Jagdpanther Late Version (35203), German King Tiger (Ardennes Front) (35252), and German Tank Destroyer Hetzer Mid Production (35285) would make for an imposing display. •Completely new design. •Interior details such as the gun breach area and the floor boards are reproduced. •Commander and driver torso figures included. •5 kinds of markings for the 653rd Heavy Tank Battalion included. •Along with its extended hull, the spare track link racks and jack are also realistically reproduced. •The separately molded disc parts of the road wheels add extra depth to the model. •Two kinds of tracks are included; easy to assemble belt type and connectible assembly type. •A choice of stowed or extended traveling clamps. •Photo-etched parts for the engine intake protective net included.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€78.99
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1:35 WWII It.MTk.Carro Armato M13/40(2)

Article number: 300035296 Product: 1:35 Ital. MTk. Carro Armato M13/40 (2) During WWII, the Italian army used the M13/40 as its main tank. It featured a riveted construction and bogey-style wheels on a leaf spring suspension with a 47mm main gun featuring on Italy's first ever hydraulically operated turret. In addition, the M13/40 was powered by a 125hp V8 liquid-cooled diesel engine which produced a top speed of 30km/h. From July 1940 through to 1943, approximately 800 units were produced. They fought mainly alongside the German African Corps at the North African front. This is a 1/35 scale plastic assembly kit model. - Length: 143mm. The unique riveted form of this tank is faithfully reproduced. - Easy to connect assembly type tracks included. The suspension features a highly realistic finish. - Metal parts for the gun barrel and photo-etched parts for the anti-aircraft gun sight etc are included. - Other highlights of this model are its range of tools and radiator cap. - A standing figure, a sitting tank crewman figure, 3 kinds of decals for the North African front, and a set of badges of rank are included.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€45.99
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1:35 WWII PzKpfw. II Ausf.F/G (5) SK.121

Article number: 300035009 Product: 1/35 WWII PzKpfw. II Ausf.F/G (5) SK.121 In the morning of September 1, 1939, the German forces consisting of the 3rd, 4th, 8th, 10th and the 14th Armies invaded Poland all heading for Warsaw, its capital. This was the beginning of the 2nd World War that had shaken the whole world for six years and the Germans made a good show of their war efforts at the start with this violent surprise offensive by massed air forces and mechanized ground forces in close co-ordination, the so-called "Blitzkrieg". It was none other than the Pzkpfw 11 that had played the key role in this Blitzkrieg which started with the invasion of Poland to be followed by break-through of the Maginot-line 7 months later and ended with the surrender of France. In anticipation of the delay in production of the two main strength tanks of the Pzkpfw III and the Pzkpfw IV then under development, the Ordnance Department decided in 1934 to develop a new tank instead to fill the gap. It gave specifications of the proposed new tank to the following three companies - the Mann, the Krupp and the Henschel. The specifications envisioned a tank weighing less than 10 tons and armed with 2 cm and 7.92 mm machine guns, one each. Among the designs of the rivaling three companies presented, the one by the Mann was selected and the Mann in cooperation with the Daimler-Benz developed a first tank of the a1 type in 1935. When 25 tanks of the same type were produced, the tank was officially named, "Panzer Kampfwagen II". After the first 25, another 25 tanks of the a2 type and 50 of the a3 type were produced in succession by 1936. Tanks of these 3 types thus produced were equipped each with a 6-cylinder, 130HP, May-Bach HL37 engine and credited with a maximum speed of 40km/h. However, it was decried that the horse-power was not enough and the engine was replaced with a May-Bach HL-62 one of 140 HP. The frontal armour, too, was reinforced and a new tank
€13.59
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1:35 WWII SdKfz.171 Panther G Steelw.(1)

Article number: 300035174 Product: 1:35 WWII SdKfz.171 Panther G Steelw.(1) WWII troops both friend and foe rated the German Panther extremely highly. Among the variants of this supremely effective design was a steel-rimmed wheeled variant of the Type G, which entered production from September 1944 and is artfully recreated by this plastic model assembly kit. In fact, this model affords its owner a choice between the included steel and normal road wheels. Further options include the choice between open or closed crew hatch and engine maintenance panel, with parts also included to recreate the infra-red night vision equipment employed in the Battle of the Bulge from December 1944. The turret rear escape hatch is movable. A figure is included recreating an overalled soldier, as are 2 marking options.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€56.99
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1:35 WWII SdKfz.223 Light Arm.Vehicle(2)

Article number: 300035268 Product: 1/35 WWII SdKfz.223 Light Arm.Vehicle(2) Sd.Kfz.223 w/Photo Etched Part
€24.99
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1:35 WWII Sdkfz.251/1 Halft. Hanomag (5)

Article number: 300035020 Product: 1/35 WWII Sdkfz.251/1 Halbk. Hanomag (5) In 1938, the German Army decided to develop an armoured personnel carrier on the basis of the 3-ton half track (HL-KL-9p). Hanomag Hannoversch Machinenbau (AG) in Hannover was ordered to develop the running gear and Bussing-NAG in Berlin was to develop the superstructure to be armoured. Design work was hastened on the model of existing armoured cars and a prototype was completed at the end of 1938. The Germans tested the prototype in the Kumahsdorf Proving Ground and accepted it for mass production. Thus was born the Armoured Personnel Carrier Hanomag Sdkfz 251/1 which, we may safely say, was a synonym for the German mechanized corps that showed activity in all battlefields throughout the war.
€16.99
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1:35 WWII Sov. Hea.MBT JS-2 ChKz (2)

Article number: 300035289 Product: 1:35 Sov. Hea. MBT JS-2 ChKz (2) Designed as a breakthrough tank with armor that could withstand the fearsome German 88mm gun and an armament that could take on the Tiger and Panther tanks, the JS-2 (named after Joseph Stalin, IS-2 Iosif Stalin in the original Russian) entered service in 1944. Armed with a massive A-19 122mm main gun and up to 120mm of armor in vital areas, the JS-2 was a very formidable weapon that was better in every way than its predecessor, the KV-1. The Model 1944 is easily distinguished by its unique muzzle brake and sloped front glacis armor. About the Model •1/35 scale assembly model kit of the Russian Heavy Tank JS-2 Model 1944 ChKZ. •Powerful form of the heavy tank is accurately reproduced. •Thorough research have resulted in precise reproductions of the muzzle brake, sloped front glacis, and other parts unique to the Model 1944. •Photo-etched parts included to depict engine intake grille for added detail. •Both belt-type and assembly-type tracks included to provide more build options for modelers. •1 commander figure and 1 loader torso figure included. •The perfect addition to a display of Tamiya 1/35 scale Russian tanks or line it up against some of Tamiya's 1/35 scale German AFVs.
€63.99
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1:35 WWII US Ford GPA Amphibien-Fhz. (3)

Article number: 300035336 Product: 1:35 WWII US Ford GPA Amphibien-Fhz. (3) The Ford GPA was a unique vehicle which was deployed not only on the U.S. side by the Army and Marine Corps, but also later by Russian forces. It was often called a "seep" (an abbreviation of "seagoing jeep") on account of its amphibious nature. The front-engine 4WD vehicle shared much of its design and parts (including the engine) with Ford's GPW. Around 12,800 units were produced by 1943. This kit includes a variety of new parts to update Item 35043 U.S. Amphibian Ford GPA Kit.
€33.99
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1:35 WWII US M20 Armored Utility Car (2)

Article number: 300035234 Product: 1:35 WWII US M20 Armored Utility Car (2) About the U.S. M20 Armored Utility Car A derivative of the U.S. M8 Light Armored Car Greyhound, the U.S. M20 Armored Utility Car rolled onto the battlefield in 1943. The rotating turret of the M8 was removed, allowing space for passenger seats, a commanders table, radio sets and a ring mounted M2 heavy machine gun. The M20 was mainly deployed to the Tank Destroyer Unit, where its top speed of about 90km/h was taken advantage of in command, cargo, and reconnaissance duties. About the Model •This plastic assembly model kit is based on the U.S. M20 Armored Utility Car. •The low body with an open-top has been richly recreated in 1/35th scale. •The passenger seats, folding commander's table, and radio sets all overflow with authenticity. •Kit also features a bazooka, ammunition cartridges, ring mounted M2 heavy machine gun and other detailed accessories. •Two lifelike figures for the commander and driver are also included U. S. M20 Armored Utility Ca
€31.49
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1:35 WWII Zimmerit Coating Applicator PE

Article number: 300035187 Product: 1:35 Zimmerit Coating Applicator PE During WWII, the German army applied Zimmerit coating to their tanks in order to combat magnetic anti-tank mines. ★This set of photo-etched applicator blades will help you to apply Tamiya Polyester Putty to realistically replicate the Zimmerit coating on your model. ★Includes four sizes of applicator blade to allow you to apply a coating on both wide and narrow surfaces.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€11.69
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1:35 WWII Zimmerit Dekor-Satz Tiger I

Article number: 300012647 Product: 1/35 WWII Zimmerit Dekor-Satz Tiger I Simulating Zimmerit on military models using putty enhances the model's presence but at the same time it requires advanced skills and is time consuming. This sticker sheet enables easy reproduction of Zimmerit on Item 35194 1/35 scale German Tiger I Mid Production and Item 35146 German Tiger I Late Production. By simply applying the stickers on the model and painting, a realistic Zimmerit effect can be achieved.
€10.89
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1:35 Zimmer. Ph.Ätzt. F.Panzer IV Ausf.J

Article number: 300012650 Product: 1/35 Zimmer. Ph.Ätzt. F.Panzer IV Ausf.J Simulating Zimmerit on military models using putty enhances the model's presence but at the same time it requires advanced skills and is time consuming. These Zimmerit stickers enable easy reproduction of Zimmerit on Item 35181 German Panzer IV Ausf.J. By using this sticker set it will allow novice modelers a way to add Zimmerit to their models without the stress of using a two-part putty.
€12.19
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1:35/1:16 WWII Figure Insignia Decal-Set

Article number: 300012625 Product: 1:35/1:16 WWII Figure Insignia Decal-Set Use these easy-to-use German Military Insignia decals to add even more exquisite detail to your WWII German military figures. These are designed with the modeller in mind to save time and stress allowing for a more realistic finish. WW2 Ger.Insignia 1/16 1/35   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€10.39
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1:350 46cm Gun Barrels & Projectiles Set

Article number: 300012643 Product: 1/350 46cm Gun Barrels & Projectiles Set This new set includes 9 metal gun barrels. They faithfully replicate the triple 46cm gun turrets found on the Japanese Yamato Battleship. Each barrel has a hollow muzzle and be quickly and easily installed on the Yamato model kit and therefore eliminating the kit standard plastic components. This set also includes aluminum projectiles (20 pieces) to replicate Type 91 armor piercing shells
€19.49
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1:350 Jap. Heavy Cruiser "Tone"

Article number: 300078024 Product: 1:350 Jap. Heavy Cruiser "Tone" Commissioned in 1938, the Tone was the lead ship of her namesake class of heavy cruisers. She was 189.1m in length, and was powered by 4 turbines which allowed her to reach a top speed of 35kn. She had a range of 8,000 nautical miles at a 18kn cruising speed and was armed with 8 x 20cm/50 3rd year type guns (4 twin turrets), 8 x 127mm guns, 12 x 25mm AA guns, and 12 x 610mm torpedo tubes and also carried six floatplanes. During WWII, the Tone was present at many of the major Pacific Theater engagements. At the beginning of the war, the Tone was present during the attack on Pearl Harbor and also went on to see action at the Battle of Java Sea, Battle of Midway, Battle of the Eastern Solomons, Battle of Santa Cruz, Battle of the Phillipine Sea, and the Battle of the Leyte Gulf. In July, 1945 the Tone, along with most of the surviving large Japanese Navy warships, was based at the Kure Naval Arsenal. On July 24th, Task Force 38 launched a large scale air raid on Kure and Tone was hit by three bombs which sank her.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€164.99
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1:350 Musashi 2013

Article number: 300078031 Product: 1:350 Musashi 2013 Jap. Battleship The Musashi was the second ship in the Yamato-class which were the largest battleships ever built. Completed in 1942, the Musashi took part in various campaigns before finally meeting her fate at the hands of U.S. Navy aircraft in the Battle of Leyte Gulf. Tamiya"s precision-made assembly kit model recreates this giant battleship in exquisite detail, including her defensive anti-aircraft suite of numerous single 25mm cannons on the main deck. This different anti-aircraft armament makes for an interesting comparison with the Yamato. Tamiya rereleased Musashi in 1981 and this great model kit is available again with new mast parts. - Comes with a display stand. - Comes with newly-designed mast parts.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€105.99
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1:350 U.S. Navy Aircraft No.2

U.S. Navy Aircraft No.2   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€7.19
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1:350 US Schlacht. BB-63 Missouri ('91)

Article number: 300078029 Product: 1:350 US Schlacht. BB-63 Missouri ('91) The USS Missouri (BB-63) was the third ship of the Iowa-class and was commissioned in 1944. During the Pacific War, she supported attacks on Kyushu and Okinawa and then participated in actions such as the bombardment of Muroran in Hokkaido. It is a well known fact that the signing ceremony of Japan’s surrender documents took place on the Missouri’s decks on September 3, 1945. Following the end of the Korean War, she was mothballed at the reserve fleet anchorage but was refitted with various modern equipment to rejoin the U.S. Navy in 1986. Following Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait, the Missouri and her sister ship Wisconsin were deployed to the Middle East and she helped conduct the first firing of Tomahawk cruise missiles in combat during the opening stages of the Gulf War.     Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€112.99
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1:350 WWII Brit.Bat.Sh. Prince of Wales

British Prince of Wales   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€75.99
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1:350 WWII Brit.Battleship King George V

British King George V   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€75.99
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1:350 WWII Jap. Heavy Cruiser Chikuma

Article number: 300078027 Product: 1:350 WWII Jap. Heavy Cruiser Chikuma This is a highly detailed scale model replica in 1/350 scale of the Japanese Heavy Cruiser Chikuma. Historical background Chikuma was the last heavy cruiser the Imperial Japanese Navy constructed during WWII and was completed in May 1939 as the second ship of the Tone-class. Her four twin 20.3cm guns were located at the bow to enable unhindered operation of up to 6 floatplanes at the stern. Her design also enabled a top speed of 35 knots and a long range. She was assigned to the Carrier Mobile Fleet with her sister ship Tone. During the Pearl Harbor Attack in December 1941, her floatplanes carried out pre-attack reconnaissance over the Pearl Harbor, which greatly contributed to the IJN's success of the operation. She was also active during the Battle of Midway and the Solomon Islands campaign. During the Battle of the Leyte Gulf in October 1944, she was the flagship of Admiral Kurita's fleet and contributed to the sinking of the USS Gambier Bay but she was in turn damaged by torpedoes and scuttled off the coast of Samar Island.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€129.99
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1:350 WWII Jap.Navy Utility Boat Set(28)

Article number: 300078026 Product: 1:350 Jap. Navy Utility Boat Set(28) ★1/350 scale set of utility boats which were found onboard WWII Japanese warships. ★Includes 28 boats of 11 types. ★Comes with photo-etched parts for boat mounts and guide stickers to aid with positioning said mounts.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€24.99
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1:350 WWII Jp. Submarine i-400

Article number: 300078019 Product: 1/350 WWII Jp. Submarine i-400iece construction with upper and lower hull sections. Created as part of a plan to attack major cities in the United States and the Panama Canal, the three I-400 class large aircraft carrier submarines were quite technologically advanced. Featuring an extremely long range and heavily armed with both torpedoes and deck guns, they were also equipped with catapults to launch their three Aichi M6A Seiran aircraft. While on their way to attack the Panama Canal, the submarines were ordered to attack the Allied naval base at Ulithi instead. However, hostilities ended before any attack could be launched. After surrendering to U.S. forces, the I-400 was eventually sailed to Hawaii, where they were studied and then scuttled. - High-quality 1/350 scale assembly kit model of the I-400 submarine. - Accurately reproduced hull features two-p - Hangar hatch may be modeled in both open and closed positions for increased display possibilities. - Details such as crane arm and antenna array realistically depicted with precision-made photo-etched parts. - Metal parts for propeller screw shafts provide additional detail. - Parts are included to allow depiction of the Seiran aircraft with wings in both extended and folded positions.   Furthermore, photo-etched parts are used for aircraft propellers and dollies. - Conveniently includes special display base.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€72.99
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1:350 Yamato 2013

Article number: 300078030 Product: 1:350 Jap. Yamato 2013 Battleship With many revolutionary features incorporated into her design, the Yamato was completed in December 1941, and met her final fate at the hands of American Navy carrier aircraft in the South China Sea while on a one way mission to Okinawa. This model features minor modifications to Tamiya"s previous Yamato replicas Items 78002 and 78014, and has her looking as she did just prior to departing for her final mission, in an exquisite 1/350 scale assembly kit display model. The Yamato"s massive imposing silhouette is accurately reproduced, and both the main gun turrets and secondary armament turrets can be rotated even after assembly. - Comes with a display stand. - Comes with newly-designed mast parts.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€105.99
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1:48 Bristol Beaufighter Mk.6

Article number: 300061053 Product: 1:48 BRISTOL BEAUFIGHTER MK.6 About the Bristol Beaufighter Mk.VI Bristrol's "Beaufighter" was one of the most successful and widely used twin engines fighter types during WW2. The first series production Beaufighter MK.1 entered service in September 1940. With its four nose-mounted 20mm cannons and six 7.7mm machine guns in the wings, this stub-nosed fighter became the most heavily armed aircraft in service with the RAF during the war. As the German Luftwaffe eventually turned to night bombing in autumn of 1940, priority was put on night fighters and the first operational Beaufighters were fitted with the Airborne Interception (AI) radar, which designated the Mk.1F (F was suffix for Fighter Command). Meanwhile, its rugged construction was thought ideal for long range fighting and escort duties, and the Mk.1C under the Coastal Command became ready for initial operations in late March 1941. Introduction of the more powerful, 1,670hp Hercules VI engines by late 1941 resulted in the Mk.VI. A 7.7mm machine gun being added in the observers canopy for rearward defense, and the horizontal tail plane was modified to have a 12 degree of dihedral, to eliminate the unstable characteristics observed on the preceding types. The Beaufighters saw active service not only above Europe but also in the Mediterranean, North Africa, Middle East and Pacific area. More than 5,900 Beaufighters of various types were produced.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€33.99
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1:48 Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunder.II

Article number: 300061028 Product: 1:48 Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunder.II About the Fairchild Republic A-10A "Thunderbolt II" The need for close air support, on small pin point targets, was recognized early during the Vietnam conflict. Following an experimental development program begun in the early 1970's, the Fairchild Republic Industries A-10 Thunderbolt II was selected for production. The performance characteristics demanded were for operation on unimproved short fields, both high and low airspeed maneuverability, easy maintenance, long loiter times and range, excellent pilot protection, and a capacity for large mixed weapons loads. The appearance of the A-10 is remarkable while its performance is amazing. Known affectionately as the "Wart Hog" by its pilots, it's a large single seat aircraft, identified by a pair of TF-34-100A high bypass fan jet engines mounted high near the rear of the twin tailed fuselage. A few of the specifications are: Length 53' 4"; height 14'8", span 57'6"; maximum gross weight 47,400lbs, including 16,000lbs of external stores. Internal armament is the GAU-8/A 30mm Gatling cannon capable of 2100 or 4200 rounds per minute. It carries 1350 rounds of ammunition, a fire control head-up display, CRT TV monitor, laser spot seeker plus a diversified armament panel that can facilitate any operational need. The A-10 has been around since 1972, and has again proven its worth during the recent Gulf war.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€35.99
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1:48 Ger. Focke Wulf Fw190 A-3

Article number: 300061037 Product: 1:48 Ger. Focke Wulf Fw190 A-3 The Focke-Wulf Fw 190 served alongside the Messerschmitt Bf 109 to defend Germany from the mid stages of WWII to the end of the war. This kit reproduces the A-3 variant of the Fw 190, which outclassed the RAF's Spitfire Mk.V when it entered service. The aircraft's characteristic radial engine features fine cooling fin and exhaust details. Three marking options, including an aircraft flown by German ace Hans Hahn, are included.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€27.49
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1:48 Ger. Focke Wulf Fw190 D-9

Article number: 300061041 Product: 1:48 Ger. Focke Wulf Fw190 D-9 Following the successful entry of the Focke-Wulf Fw190A series of fighter aircraft over the English channel during the autumn of 1941, the German RLM requested high altitude version to complement the fighter fleet, and three projects were started. The Fw 190B used the B.M.W. 801 turbosupercharged radial engine and a pressurized cockpit, but very few of these were built. The Fw190C was powered by a 1,750hp Daimler Benz DB603A in-line engine, of which three prototypes were built. The third high altitude project was based on the Focke Wulf Fw190A airframe and powered by a Junkers engine. The fuselage was lengthened to accommodate the V-12 cylinder, liquid cooled, 1,750hp Jumo 213 engine, and made its initial flight during the winter of 1941 - 42. Five further prototypes were produced, plus small batch of Fw 190 D-Os were completed from standard production Fw 190A-7 airframes. These pre-production aircraft were followed by the Fw190 D-2 through D-8 designations. The Fw 190D-9 began production in June 1944, with early versions having the flat topped canopy, and from W. Nr. 210002 onwards having the Galland hood (blown canopy). It went into combat with the III/JG 54 "Grunherz" (Green Hearts) in September 1944, at Achmer, Germany, as top cover for the new Messerschmitt Me262 Jet fighters then entering service.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€27.49
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1:48 Ger. Messerschmitt Bf109 E3

Article number: 300061050 Product: 1:48 Ger. Messerschmitt Bf109 E3 About the Messerschmitt Bf109 E-3 Without a doubt, the Messerschmitt Bf109 can be claimed as the most famous and successful German aircraft from the WW2. It was the world's most advanced fighter at the time of its debut in 1936, and remained as the standard fighter for the Luftwaffe throughout the conflict. Created by the brilliant designer Willi Messerschmitt, it had the smallest possible airframe built around the most powerful engine available. It also boasted many of the then innovative features such as an all metal stressed skin construction, retractable main landing gear, automatic Handley-Page leading edge slats, etc. The Bf109 saw first combat during the Spanish Civil War and fully demonstrated its exceptional maneuverability, inherited from its precedent Bf108 Taifun (Typhoon) multi-purpose sports plane. The Bf109 underwent numerous improvement throughout its career, and mass production of the E variant started late in 1939. Within one year, about 2,000 "E" aircraft were rolled out. Its excellent performance greatly contributed in the active service of German pilots at the Western Front and during the "Battle of Britain". The E-3 version used an improved Daimler-Benz DB601Aa engine capable of 1,100 h.p. output. This engine had provision for mounting a 20mm MG FF cannon on the crankcase and firing through the propeller hub. The Messerschmitt Bf109E was one of the best fighters of the early WW2 period, on a par with the British Spitfire.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€27.49
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1:48 Ger. Messerschmitt BF109E-4/7 Trop

Article number: 300061063 Artikelbezeichnung: 1:48 Ger. Messerschmitt BF109E-4/7 Trop The Messerschmitt Bf 109E was the Luftwaffe's mainstay fighter in the early stages of WWII. This kit depicts the E-4, which was produced from May 1940 and saw extensive action during the Battle of Britain, and the E-7, which was fitted with a drop tank for increased range. The angular form of the aircraft has been accurately reproduced complete with details such as a canopy that may be assembled in open or closed position, a rack for the E-7's drop tank, and the Trop version's air intake with sand filter. One pilot figure and three marking options are included.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€27.49
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1:48 Ger. Messerschmitt Me262 A-1A

Article number: 300061087 Product: 1:48 Ger. Messerschmitt Me262 A-1A The revolutionary Messerschmitt Me262 was the first jet powered plane to see service. The construction of pre-production aircraft designated Me262 A-0 started in April 1944 but the fighter production version that should have been the first version to be mass-produced was delayed because of Hitler's strict contrary orders prioritizing the deployment of fighter/bomber A-2a version. Then, in November 1944, the Me262 A-1a fighter version was finally put into production. It was equipped with four 30mm cannons in the nose to counter Allied bombers and escorting fighters. Late production planes were equipped with hooks under the nose to mount rocket launchers and with 24 R4M air-to-air rocket under the wings making the Me262 the most feared German fighter by Allied pilots. About the model - Tamiya presents the plastic assembly kit of the Messerschmitt Me262 that was used by the Luftwaffe during the closing days of WWII. - 1/48 Scale, Overall Length: 221mm, Overall Width: 264mm. The unique form of the Me262 with its engine nacelles under each wing has been accurately replicated. - The 4 X 30mm cannon mounted in the nose and cockpit have been reproduced down to the finest details. Canopy and gun bay access panels can be mounted in either open or closed position. - R4M air-to-air rockets with launchers to be mounted under the wings and W.Gr 21 air-to-air rocket-launchers to be assembled under the nose are part of the kit. - Nose wheel well comes as a die-cast weight. - A pilot figure and decals for 4 different markings are included in the kit.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€42.49
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1:48 Ger. Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf. H Late Prod.

Article number: 300032584 Product: 1:48 Ger. Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf. H Late Prod. The Panzer IV was one of the most feared weapons in WWII, and would serve German forces throughout the conflict in the guise of a number of variants. The Ausf.H variant itself featured early, middle and late production types, all of which were armed with a L/48 75mm gun and featured "Schürzen" armor side skirts for greater protection. Late production Panzer IVs were identifiable by their tracks: they lacked a center guide. Upper road wheels had their rubber tires removed and were made into steel wheels, while the tank received cast metal idler wheels. 3,774 Ausf.H Panzer IVs were produced between April 1943 and July 1944, and it was eventually succeeded by the Ausf.J. The Tamiya model in 1/48 scale captures every detail and nuance of the real life subject thanks to extensive research of the full size vehicle.
€27.99
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1:48 Ger. V-1 Fiseler Fi103

Article number: 300061052 Product: 1:48 Ger. V-1 Fiseler Fi103 Powered by a pulse jet engine, the unmanned V-1 flying bomb developed by Germany during WWII would reach speeds of 640km/h, fly a certain distance, then crash and explode. This kit reproduces the simple form of this weapon and also includes parts to depict a transport trolley.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€13.59
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1:48 Jap. Mitsu. J2M3 Interceptor Raiden

Article number: 300061018 Product: 1:48 Jap. Mitsu. J2M3 Interceptor Raiden The J2M Raiden (Allied reporting name "Jack") was developed by the Japanese Navy in WWII as a land-based interceptor. It began to reach units from September 1944 and they were used to intercept B-29 bombers which were attacking Japan. This kit accurately depicts the J2M3 variant and allows modellers to assemble either deployed or retracted landing gear. Parts for a drop tank and two pilot figures, as well as three marking options, including a 302nd Kokutai aircraft, are included. Raiden (Jack)   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€15.89
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1:48 Lockheed Mar.F-16CJ Fighting Falcon

Article number: 300061098 Product: 1/48 Lockheed Mar.F-16CJ Fighting Falcon About the F-16CJ The F-16 is one of the world's top lightweight multi-role fighter aircraft. Since first deployment to U.S. Air Force (USAF) units in the late 1970's, total production numbers have exceeded 4,000, making it the second most highly produced jet fighter plane following the F-4 Phantom. The latest F-16 variant deployed to USAF units, the F-16C Block 50, is capable of precision night and all-weather bombing, and features advanced digital electronics for radar and cockpit displays. The slight variant, the F-16CJ (Block 50), is fitted with HARM Targeting System (HTS) and is used specifically for SEAD (Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses) missions. The F-16CJ (Block 50) has flown SEAD missions over Iraq while monitoring the northern and southern no-fly zones and during Operation Iraqi Freedom. About the Model - Model represents the F-16CJ (Block 50) as used for USAF SEAD missions. - Sleek fuselage including aerodynamic blended wing body design accurately reproduced. - Accurately curved bubble top canopy can be assembled in the opened or closed position. - Horizontal stabilizers are movable and flaperons can be modeled in both the up or down positions. - A range of weapons and accessories are included such as HARM, AMRAAM, and Sidewinder missiles (M & X variants), detachable external fuel tanks, ECM pod, and HTS pod. - One pilot figure included and can be depicted with either standard or JHMCS flight helmet. - Detailed markings for 3 aircraft, including the 5th Air Force commander's aircraft stationed at Misawa airbase in 2005, are included.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€59.99
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1:48 Mitsu. A6M3 Zero Fighter T32 Hamp

Article number: 300061025 Product: 1:48 Mitsu. A6M3 Zero Fighter T32 Hamp About the A6M3 Type 32 Zero Fighter (HAMP) Much has been written over the years about the Japanese Zero Fighter Aircraft series. Much was based upon hearsay and legend and little upon fact itself. Even the Allied Forces and governments refused at first to acknowledge its existence, and when they did get a copy of it, they could hardly believe the performance it produced. The prototype zero or A6M1 first took place on paper on January 17, 1938, following the Japanese request for a shipboard fighter with a top speed of 27o kph at 12000 ft 7 6-8 hours of cruise economy endurance and 1.5-2 hours at normal combat speeds. Armament was to be two 20mm cannon and two 7.7mm machine guns plus the normal radio equipment and direction finding gear. These specifications wee so far from the existing state of the art that the famous Nakajima Company dropped out of competition, stating that they were impossible to meet. That left Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and their design team headed by Jiro Horikoshi the only company to tackle the problem. First flight was on 1 April 1939 and combat trials were concluded in July 1940 with 15 pre-production A6M2's sent to two squadrons by the end of the month. These aircraft had folding wing tips to accommodate aircraft carrier elevators, and were the ones first seen by Gen. Chennault in China, and at Pearl Harbor in December 1941. Although the A6M2 met or exceeded original design specifications, modifications were taking place at the Mitsubishi factory to improve roll rate, speed up handling aboard carriers, and utilize the uprated Sakae 21, 1,130 hp engine. The first A6M3 type 32 (code named HAMP) took to the air on 15 July 1941 with production beginning in April 42. A total of 343 aircraft were produced by August 43, when the type 52 A6M5 began production. The Type 32 Zero had the most radical change in the enti   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€15.89
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1:48 Rus. Ilyushin LI-2 Shturmovik

Article number: 300061113 Product: 1/48 WWII Rus. Ilyushin LI-2 Shturmovik The Ilyushin Il-2 was one of the most significant ground-attack aircraft of WWII. It incorporated a sturdy monocoque construction and excellent armor protection to make it perfect for ground attack operations. It was initially conceived as a two-seat design but due to weight issues it was re-designed as a lighter single-seat aircraft in 1940. As production began in 1941, the aircraft was designated as the Il-2. Heavy losses of the single-seat aircraft during combat forced the addition of a rear gunner position in 1943. Later variants featured improvements such as swept outer wings for better handling. The Il-2 contributed greatly to the eventual Russian victory over Nazi Germany. Joseph Stalin himself famously noted that the aircraft was as vital to the Russian Army as air and bread.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€56.99
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1:48 Sd.Kfz. 251/1 Ausf.D Halftrack (2)

Article number: 300032564 Product: 1/48 Sd.Kfz.251/1 Ausf.D Halbkette (2) Of the many variables that take affect any conflict, supply and mobility are the most pressing.Germany realized this very early and developed a number of vehicles for this purpose,including the Sd.Kfz 251 half-track. This machine became the centerpiece of their mechanized corps throughout WWII. The half-track could drive on difficult terrain and could easily tow various kinds of trailers and cannons. The Ausf.D was designed for ease of production and various types were produced, including those equipped with wireless radios and gun turrets. However, the basic version was the troop carrier which seated 12and came armed with two MG42 machine guns. The half-track could be seen at every front and had an on-road top speed of 53km/h and a 300km operational range. Length: 126mm, Width: 48mm. As there were many variations of the Ausf.D, this 1/48 assembly kit model of the GermanMtl.SPW. Sd.kfz 251/1 Ausf.D Schutzenpanzerwagen depicts a personnel carrier. Parts such as the interior and undercarriage have been accurately reproduced with less parts for easy assembly. The included assembly type tracks have a realistic sag effect. A commander figure wearing a winter uniform and a soldier figure carrying a MG42 machinegun on his shoulders are included. (Total 2) Accessories such as the Panzerschreck, grenade cases, infantry equipment and so onare also included in this set. Three kinds of decals depicting Normandy and the Eastern front units are included.
€29.49
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1:48 Sd.Kfz.251/1 "Stuka z.Fuss" Halftr.

Article number: 300032566 Product: 1:48 Sd.Kfz.251/1 "Stuka z.Fuss" Halftr. In 1931, the German Arm Weapons Agency began to research rocket technology. In 1941, the NbW 41 28/32cm rockets were the first rockets deployed to the front lines. These rockets could be launched from their simple launch frames. During WWII, the German army used the Sd. Kfz 251/1 as a mobile rocket launcher. The vehicle was equipped with five NbW 28cm rockets ad one NbW41 32cm rocket. Due to the destructive capability of these vehicles, the Sd. Kfz 251/1 was nicknamed "Stuka zu fuss" or "Ground Stuka", which referred to Luftwaffes Stuka dive-bomber.
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1:48 US North American P-51D Mustang

Article number: 300061040 Product: 1:48 US North American P-51D Mustang About the North American P-51D Mustang 8th AF In April 1940, drawings were sketched in a New York City hotel room for a new fighter aircraft for the British purchasing Commission. This fighter, the North American NA73X, became one of the best fighter aircraft in the U.S. Army Airforce during World War II, and is known as the P-51 Mustang. Of the several variations of this famous fighter, the P-51D is generally accepted as the definitive Mustang and was the first production version with the "Bubble" canopy. More "D" model Mustangs were built than all other Mustang variants combined, with a total of 9,603 coming off production lines. 45 squadrons of the famed U.S. 8th Airforce, stationed in England were equipped with the P-51D, which could now escort and protect the heavy bombers all the way to and from targets on the European continent. There were several major changes that set the "D" apart form earlier Mustangs. One was the change from four .50 caliber machine guns to six, three in each wing. Another was to mount the guns upright which helped to eliminate a jamming tendency that occurred in the four gun system. Ammunition was increased to 400 rounds per inboard gun, and 270 rounds for each of the other four. Underwing pylons were strengthened to carry the 110 or 165 gallon auxiliary drop tanks or 1,000 lb bomb. P-51D Mustangs went to fight in the later Korean conflict and it last flew combat in 1956 in the deserts to the Middle East, when Israel used Spitfires, Messerschimitts and Mustangs together in the Mid East conflict.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
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1:48 US P-51B Mustang North Americ.

Article number: 300061042 Product: 1:48 US P-51B Mustang North Americ. About the North American P-51B Mustang The Allison engine powered P-51A Apache, was derived from the original RAF Mustang 1 ground attack and photo reconnaissance aircraft. Long before anyone had even heard of a Mustang, the plan to put a Rolls Royce Merlin engine into the airframe had started. The Merlin was powering some of the best warplanes in England; the Hurricane, Spitfire and the Avro Lancaster bomber. To develop a new engine for the P-51 would take considerable time, which the allies did not have. In September 1940, the Packard Motor Company of the U.S. began license production of the Merlin V-1650-1 engine in Detroit, Michigan. With a new supercharger drive, a new V-1650-3 was mated to the first P-51B. Both the U.S. and England started the Merlin engine modification idea almost simultaneously. 10 airframes were modified in the U.S. with the Merlin and these became the basis for the most successful fighter series of the war. Flying for the first time on 30 November 1942, the XP-51B was soon modified with a larger coolant radiator scoop, which actually increased its top speed by 50mph and gave it a higher ceiling by 10,000 ft. The addition of an 85 gallon fuel tank behind the seat increased the P-51B's already excellent range, and it could now escort the bombers all the way to the target and back. P-51B Mustangs began arriving in England in September 1943 with the first Mustangs going to the 3354th fighter group at Boxted, England, and ended the war with the most air to air victories. A total of 3788 P-51B's were produced.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
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1:48 US Rep. P-47D Thunderbolt Bubblet

Article number:300061090 Product: 1:48 US Rep. P-47D Thunderbolt Bubblet About the Republic P-47D Thunderbolt "Bubbletop" In May 1941, as the war raged in Europe, a single-engine fighter of more than 4t made its first flight. This fighter was the XP-47B, prototype of the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt of which a total of 15683 units will be built. Thanks to war experience, this aircraft was equipped with a 2000hp radial R-2800 engine, a supercharger and eight 12,7mm machine-guns. The XP-47B was to reach 633km/h and in January 1942, just after the USA went to war, the production of P-47B began. It was followed by the P-47C that incorporated various improvements and, from April 1943, by the P-47D, the most built version. The P-47D was equipped with an R-2800-59 engine, which can develop up to 2300hp with combat emergency water injection system engaged. The ducts that were passing on the sides and below the cockpit to connect the supercharger placed behind the pilot's seat gave to this plane its massive aspect. Many sub-types of the P-47D, designated D-1 to D-40, were produced but the first versions were called "Razorback" because of their sharp edge dorsal fin. The D-25 sub-type, which was introduced around June 1944, was fitted with an electrically actuated bubble canopy in order to improve pilot visibility and increased capacity fuel tanks. This decision resulted in a completely remodeled plane shape. All subsequent sub-types were also fitted with the bubble canopy and became a characteristic feature of late production Thunderbolts. The P-47 "Bubbletop" proved to be an excellent, well-balanced fighter-bomber. About the model - Republic P-47D Thunderbolt "Bubbletop" plastic assembly kit. - 1/48 scale, Overall length: 230mm, Overall width: 259mm. - This is the representation of P-47D late production that was nicknamed "Bubbletop". - The massive form of the plane, especially its belly and its cowling, has been accurately reproduced. - Flaps come as separate parts and can be attached in   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
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1:48 USN Douglas A1-H Skyraider

Article number: 300061058 Product: 1:48 USN Douglas A1-H Skyraider About Douglas A-1H Skyraider U.S. Navy During 1943 the U.S. Bureau of Aeronautics considered to combine the tasks of torpedo bomber and dive-bomber into one. Several aircraft manufacturers, such as Douglas and Martin, were requested to develop a large, single-seat attack aircraft. According to the requirement, Douglas Skyraider, was developed by Douglas Aircraft Company, Inc. The development was started in early July 1944, and all night efforts of engineers made the first prototype's first flight possible already on March 18, 1945. Despite the short period of the development, flight trials proved the airframe's flight characteristics satisfactory and the aircraft was rated very highly. In May 1945 a letter of intent for 598 production was signed. The name "Skyraider" was officially approved for the aircraft in February of the following year, and the distribution to units was started at the end of the same year. The Skyraider was powered by Wright R3350 radial engine yielding 2,800 horse power and equipped with three large dive brakes on the fuselage. The Skyraider had a number of types, from the AD-1 to AD-7, recording grand total number of production of more than 3,000. Among them, AD-6 was the most produced variant. The AD designation for the Skyraider was changed in 1962, and the AD-6 became the A-1H. Noted for its durability and a large capacity for external stores, the Skyraider was well liked by its pilots and crewmen.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€38.49
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1:48 WWII Diorama-Set Brick Wall&Sandbag

Article number: 300032508 Product: 1/48 WWII Diorama-Set Brick Wall&Sandbag This kit assists modelers in recreating fortified positions and urban battlefields. Set includes easy-to-use bricks, bars and sandbags. 1/48 scale precision crafted items, may be used to add detail and atmosphere to military dioramas. Set includes anti-tank barricades made from train rails, as well as wooden pegs and pyramid shaped barricades Jerry can set (32510) available separately. Applicable to a variety of historical periods and modeling situations.
€13.79
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1:48 WWII Diorama-Set Jerry Can&Barral

Article number: 300032510 Product: 1:48 WWII Diorama-Set Jerry Can&Barral Originally used by the Germans, Jerry cans Ewere soon used by the Allies as well to transport fuel and water. Set includes drum cans, Jerry cans, bags and other equipment for use with 1/48 MMV series models. Comes with both Allied and German versions.
€11.19
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1:48 WWII Douglas A-1J Skyrider USAF

Article number: 300061073 Product: 1:48 WWII Douglas A-1J Skyrider USAF About the Douglas A-1J Skyraider U.S. Air Force Also going by the names Dauntless II, AD, A-1 Able Dog, and Spad, the Douglas Skyraider saw almost 30 years of service. The Skyraider's development started in June 1944. Not completed in time for WWII, its first combat came with the outbreak of the Korean War in June 1950. The first production version to roll out of the Douglas factory was designated the AD-1. Twelve years and seven versions later, over 3200 Skyraiders had been produced. Among those, the AD-6 version, also known as "Able Dog Six", was produced in the greatest numbers. The next and final version of the Skyraider, the AD-7, was extremely identical to the AD-6, but it had reinforced wing spars and wing fittings, as well as the strongest landing gear of all the variants. The AD-7 housed the new wright R-3350-26WB engine, which enabled a top speed of 285 knots. Due to a directive to standardize the designation of Navy and Air Force aircraft, AD-6 and AD-7 became known as A-1H and A-1J respectively. In 1965, when U.S. air operations in Vietnam became more aggressive, literally hundreds of Skyraiders, including the A-1J, were deployed to the 14th and 56th Special Operations Wings (SOW). Armed with Mk.82 and Mk.117 bombs, 20mm wing-mounted cannons, and rocket launchers, the Skyraiders were used in a wide variety of combat missions.
€40.49
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1:48 WWII Dt.Focke Wulf Fw190 A-8/A-8R2

Article number: 300061095 Product: 1:48 WWII Dt.Focke Wulf Fw190 A-8/A-8R2 Combating the Flying Fortresses   In 1944, as the U.S. began their long range strategic bombing campaign in earnest with heavily-armed B-17 and B-24 bombers, the Luftwaffe developed the specialized "bomber-killer" R2 variant of the Fw190 A-8. Tamiya now brings you this formidable fighter in the 1/48 scale, and with all the parts included in this kit you can choose to build either the R2 variant or the A-8. About the Fw190 A-8/R2   The Focke-Wulf Fw190 was one of the Luftwaffe's best front-line fighters of WWII. Of all the different variants, the A-8 armed with four 20mm cannon and two 13mm machine guns was the most widely produced. A sub-variant of the A-8 was the R2, which had two of the 20mm cannons replaced by more powerful 30mm guns and added armor protection for its role in attacking the giant 4-engined Allied bombers.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
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1:48 WWII Dt.Heinkel He162A-2 Salamander

Article number: 300061097 Product: 1/48 WWII Dt.Heinkel He162A-2 Salamander The Luftwaffe's Last Hope As the situation became more desperate for the German forces near the end of WWII, a call was made for a new inexpensive jet fighter that would be simple to produce and fly. In the amazingly short span of 3 months from drawing board to first flight of the prototype, Heinkel produced the small, sporty-looking He162. The lightweight fighter featured mainly wooden construction and was powered by a BMW003 turbojet, which made it the fastest jet fighter of WWII with its 838km/h top speed. Reaching combat units in late March 1945, the little fighter managed to record some combat successes despite the acute fuel and parts shortage. About the Model High-quality assembly kit display model of the He162 A-2 "Salamander" jet fighter. ★Length: 205mm, Width: 149mm ★Top-mounted BMW003 turbojet engine with parts for opened and closed engine bay covers to allow full display of internal details. ★Special dolly included to display the engine separate from the aircraft. ★Canopy can be posed in the open or closed positions, and the ejector seat is removeable. ★Includes 1 pilot figure and 4 types of markings.     Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€38.49
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1:48 WWII Ger. 20mm Flakvierling 38 (4)

Article number: 300032554 Product: 1/48 WWII Ger. 20mm Flakvierling 38 (4) About the Flakvierling 38 Originally developed as a light anti-aircraft weapon for the Kriegs marine, the German army also adopted the 20mm cannon for use on land and was widely-used throughout WWII. To compensate for the cannons low rate of fire, 4 of these cannons were mounted together to create the Flakvierling 38. The mount featured collapsible seats, ammo cartridge racks, a three-legged base, and could be rotated via hand wheels, with the guns themselves fired via two foot pedals,each of which controlled a pair of diametrically opposed cannons. In basic form, the Flakvierling38 was loaded onto a 2-wheeled mount for towing to deployment points, but it was also fitted onto halftracks, tank chassis, ships, barges, and trains to provide close-range air defense against Allied fighter-bombers. About the Model High-quality 1/48 scale assembly model kit of the German Flakvierling 38 anti-aircraft gun. Quad-20mm cannons are linked to gunsight. Guns can be freely elevated/depressed and gun pedestal can be rotated to enable various firing positions. Parts are included for the trailer, enabling the gun to be towed by 1/48 scale vehicles such as ITEM 32534 6X4 Krupp Protze (Kfz.70). 4 figures in realistic poses as well as detailed accessories such as ammunition boxes and magazines are included as well. Excellent as a stand-alone diorama piece or as a component in larger displays
€19.99
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1:48 WWII Ger.Schwimmwagen Typ166 Pkw.K2

Article number: 300032506 Product: 1/48 WWII Ger.Schwimmwagen Typ166 Pkw.K2 About the Schwimmwagen Designed by Dr. Ferdinand Porsche, the amphibious Schwimmwagen was used by the German land forces, paratroopers and engineering corps during WWII, fulfilling both reconnaissance and liaison duties. Capable of both 2 and 4 wheel drive, the Schwimmwagen was widely respected for its ability to maneuver on a variety of difficult terrain. Featuringa high-set exhaust pipe and a rear mounted 25hp air-cooled 4-cylinder 1,130cc engine, the Schwimmwagen could reach top speeds of up to 80km/h on land and 10km/h in water. Propelled in the water by a screw propeller, which was easily raised above the rear engine deck when driven on dry land, steering whilst in the water was done just like on land, using the front wheels as rudders. Mass-produced from 1942, 14,276 type 166 Schwimmwagen were produced by the end of 1944.
€17.29
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1:48 WWII Ger.Tank II Ausf.A/B/C F.C.

Article number: 300032570 Product: 1/48 WWII Ger.Tank II Ausf.A/B/C F.C. In the mid 1930s, the German military pushed the production of tanks. The Panzer I designed as a training tank, did not have the adequate performance, so a light tank was needed to full the gap until the Panzer III could be introduced. Therefore, the German Ordnance Department issued a request for a new training tank that could be used for combat. In the end, MAN was chosen in 1934 to produce the Panzer II, a compact 4.8m long, 2.2m wide design with a three man crew. The 8.9 ton tank featured a 2cm Kwk 30 L/55 cannon and 7.92mm machine gun in the turret, 15mm armor protection for turret and hull front, leaf spring suspension, and a 140hp Maybach HL 62 TRM engine matched with a ZF SSG46 transmission, which gave it a 40km/h top speed. The Ausf. A was produced from 1937, followed by the Ausf. B and C, which were difficult to distinguish from each other visually. About 1,100 Panzer tanks were produced by April 1940, and due to delays with the Panzer III, they were immediately issued as the Panzer divisions' main tank for the invasion of Poland in September 1939. Based on lessons learned on the battlefields of Poland and, in May 1940, France, improvements such as extra armor and a turret cupola were added, and the Panzer II went on to serve in North Africa and Russia in front line and liaison and reconnaissance duties until the end of 1943. Afterwards, they were used to police occupied territories and the chassis was also adapted for use as the basis for various self-propelled gun designs.
€26.49
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1:48 WWII Ger.Truck Krupp Protze w/8Fig.

Article number: 300032534 Product: 1:48 WWII Ger.Truck Krupp Protze w/8Fig. One of the fan-favorites in 1/35 scale, the German Krupp Protze 6-wheeled truck finally joins the 1/48 scale MM Series. Every characteristic of this truck, such as its low-profile bonnet, infantry carrier on rear and double wishbone suspension, has been realistically reproduced. Set also includes driver and infantry passenger figures to heighten realism and atmosphere. The 1/48 MM Series offers not just tanks, but also a rich variety of auxiliary and support vehicles for endless diorama possibilities. This vehicle was popularly known as the "Boxer" because it had an air-cooled flat-four square engine. This in turn allowed a flat sloping engine cover of quite unmistakable shape which also gave excellent forward visibility and a low silhouette. The Krupp "Boxer" was quite ubiquitous in application and the chassis carried body work for a considerable number of different roles. Aside from its air-cooled engine, the "Boxer" also had an independent suspension system, differing from the conventional springing systems of other six-wheelers in German service. 1/48 assembly model kit of the German 6x4 Truck Krupp Protze (Kfz.70). Overall length 107.5mm. Die-cast under panel adds weight and realism. Separately molded suspension spring for extra realism. Includes accessories such as Jerry cans, rifles and jack. Comes with 8 figures, including driver and passengers.
€24.99
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1:48 WWII IJN Komatsu G40 Bulldozer(1)

Article number: 300032565 Product: 1/48 WWII IJN Komatsu G40 Bulldozer(1) During WWII, Japanese forces developed the Komatsu G40 Bulldozer to aid in airfield construction. This was the first bulldozer manufactured by the Japanese. One hundred and forty-eight G40 bulldozers were built throughout the war. The G40 was sent to the northern and southern fronts, but due to the war few managed to reach their assigned airfields. Only one G40 survived the war, and can be seen at the Komatsu Techo Center in Shizuka, Japan. The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers recognized the vehicle in 2007 as a Mechanical Engineering Heritage item.
€21.49
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1:6 Honda Monkey 2000 Anniversary

Article number: 300016030 Product: 1/6 Honda Monkey 2000 Anniversary About the Honda Monkey 2000 Anniversary It was back in 1961 that a curious mini-motorcycle was seen putting around Honda's "Tama Tech" amusement park. One of the most popular rides in the park, it sported a red frame under a white gas tank, tiny 5 inch tires and a peppy 50cc engine. Riders were said to appear, of all things, simian, and henceforth the motorcycle came to be known as the Honda Monkey. Looking more like a toy than a motorcycle, the compactness and fresh appearance of the Monkey scored high with fans of all ages. Honda revamped the Z100 park version for use on public roads, and brought out the CZ100 model which began to be exported in 1963. The first model to be marketed in Japan was the improved Z50M Monkey, which featured folding handlebars and seat for easy stowing in a passenger car. In January 2000, Honda brought out the 2000 anniversary edition of the Monkey, which sported the image coloring of the 1971 Z50Z(2) model. The production of this special Monkey was limited to 3000 motorcycles. The continued appeal of the Monkey must be both its diminutive size and ease of customization. Each Monkey owner is free to interchange any number of components including the engine parts, carburetor, exhaust pipe and suspension. In fact, over 1500 custom parts are marketed for this playful mini-bike.  
€66.99
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