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1/35 155mm SPG M40

Article number: 300035351 Product: 1/35 155mm SPG M40 This is an assembly model of the U.S. Self-Propelled 155mm M40. It is a never before seen subject in the Tamiya line-up of 1/35 scale models. The kit uses all new tooling with the exception of the suspension parts as they are from the M4A3E8 Sherman "Easy Eight" model kit. The M40 was a significant step in U.S. Army artillery mechanization, pairing the M1 155mm gun with the proven M4 Sherman chassis. Armor was light given its intended use as a long range weapon (they were effective up to 23.5km) away from the front line, while the layout was changed from the M4 to allow a big fighting compartment at the rear to accommodate the big gun. It was fitted with smooth horizontal volute spring suspension (HVSS). Over 400 were produced before the end of WWII; although they never fought in the conflict, one example of their T83 prototype did. The M40 served in the Korean War, and was eventually replaced by the M53.
€84.99
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1/35 6-Wheeled Sd.Kfz. 231

Article number: 300037024 Product: 1:35 SdKfz.231 6-Rad Panzerspähwagen This model takes the classic Italeri model of the Sd.Kfz. 232 and transforms it into the frame antenna-less Sd.Kfz. 231, with new and updated parts from the Italian maker, plus Tamiya figure, metal gun barrel, decals and instruction manual, all packaged in a Tamiya box! The 6-wheeled Sd.Kfz. armored cars were produced from the early 1930s as German forces rearmed and mechanized. Based on a civilian vehicle chassis, they utilized sloped armor and a 20mm cannon. Even though these vehicles were replaced by 8-wheeled counterparts during that time, they still saw action in Poland and France during WWII.
€47.99
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1/35 Africa Luftwaffe Art Crew

Article number: 300035343 Product: 1/35 DAK Luftwaffe Artillery Crew Increase your diorama options even further with this handy figure and accessory set. It contains parts which were previously only released as components of a larger kit in Items 35283 and 32408. They depict soldiers from an anti-aircraft artillery crew belonging to the Luftwaffe in Rommel’s famed Africa Corps. These men were usually assigned to an 88mm gun and in fact required to take on not only airborne targets but also heavily armored land vehicles such as the Matilda and M3 tanks. Technische Details:
€14.29
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1/35 AHN & Flak 37

Article number: 300032410 Product: 1/35 AHN & Flak 37 The AHN truck was a French-designed vehicle that was taken on and produced after French surrender to Nazi Germany in 1940. Around 4,000 were manufactured between 1941 and 1944, and served a valuable role on varied fronts, with excellent mobility proving a benefit for its troops. This 1/35 scale model pairs parts from two manufactures. The truck parts are made by ICM and the included Flak 37 anti-aircraft gun parts, figures and accessories are made by Tamiya.
€49.99
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1/35 AMD35 (1940)

Article number: 300032411 Product: 1/35 AMD35 (1940) This assembly kit recreates the AMD35, a 4-wheeled armored car deployed first as a reconnaissance vehicle by French cavalry units, and then by conquering German troops after the Fall of France in 1940. It was a mobile vehicle, able to transport its 4-member crew at speeds of up to 72km/h thanks to the 105hp engine. Around 360 were produced by 1940. The armored car itself is an ICM classic kit with the addition of Tamiya accessories, figure, instructions, package, and more!
€36.99
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1/35 Archer

Article number: 300035356 Product: 1/35 Archer This model assembly kit recreates the British Army’s Archer. As WWII progressed, British troops found that their 2-pounder and 6-pounder guns were being rendered obsolete by German armor, and planners decided to develop a vehicle using the powerful 17-pounder (76.2mm) gun. The vehicle chosen to mount the gun on was the Valentine; the turret was removed and replaced with a fighting compartment – this would be known as the Archer. Interestingly, as there was little time to re-organize the cramped layout, the 17-pounder had to be mounted pointing rearwards to fit it in. As a result, the Archer moved and fired in opposite directions. However, it offered strong performance and served with British and Commonwealth units from October 1944 till the end of WWII. The British continued using it until the early 1950s.
€59.99
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1/35 Brummbaer Late Production

Article number: 300035353 Product: 1/35 Brummbaer Late Production The Brummbär is a 15cm howitzer-toting assault tank (Sturmpanzer). It was built on the reliable and versatile Pz.Kpfw. IV chassis. It was ordered by Hitler himself, and produced in various incarnations from April 1943 to March 1945. The most numerous was the late production variant depicted by this model. It used the Pz.Kpfw. IV Ausf.J chassis and had a simplified boxy fighting compartment with an extrusion on the top-left to house a machine gun. In a losing battle, its dedicated Assault Tank Battalions fought in Hungary and the former Czechoslovakia.
€52.99
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1/35 Brummbaer LP Zim Sheet

Article number: 300012673 Product: 1/35 Brummbaer LP Zim Sheet Simulating Zimmerit (an anti-magnetic mine coating used on German vehicles in mid-late WWII) on models using putty enhances the model’s presence and realism but at the same time requires advanced modeling skills and is time consuming. This dedicated sticker sheet enables easier reproduction of Zimmerit on the 1/35 scale German Assault Tank IV Brummbär Late Production (Item 35353). By applying the stickers on the model and painting over them, a realistic Zimmerit effect can be achieved. •Zimmerit Sticker Sheet x1 (dimensions: 250mm x 135mm) •Designed to be used in conjunction with the 1/35 German Assault Tank IV Brummbär (Item 35353)
€10.59
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1/35 Centurion Mk.III

Article number: 300025412 Product: 1/35 Centurion Mk.III This 1/35 scale assembly kit model depicts the British Army Centurion tank. The Centurion was designed to incorporate the best of the British infantry and cruiser tank concepts, and was an extremely successful vehicle that would serve British forces from its production post-WWII to the 1960s. This Mk.III variant was deployed in the Korean War, Suez Crisis and other conflicts. It packed a significant punch with a 20-pounder gun.
€31.99
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1/35 Crusader Mk.III

Article number: 300037025 Product: 1:35 Brit. Cusader Mk.III Med. Tank This is a Tamiya-Italeri Series model kit based upon the Italeri British Cruiser Tank Mk.VI Cusader Mk.III. Like other products in the series, it updates the original Italeri kit it has new and updated parts from the Italian maker, plus Tamiya figures, decals and instruction manual, all packaged in a new Tamiya box! The Crusader was an important tank for British forces in North Africa, and the Mk.III variant was up gunned with a 6-pounder gun and more reliable engine that made it a force to be reckoned with. This effectiveness made it the most produced tank in the Crusader family.
€46.99
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1/35 Easy Eight Korean War

Article number: 300035359 Product: 1:35 US M4A3E8 Sherman Easy Eight Korean This model assembly kit depicts the Korean War variant of the M4A3E8 "Easy Eight" Sherman. This kit variant includes new parts! The Sherman – reliable and available in huge numbers - was a gamechanger for the Allies in WWII, and the Easy Eight a prevalent variant most notable for its horizontal volute spring suspension (HVSS) and smooth ride. The Easy Eight's career did not end with WWII, however, as a number were refurbished and thrown back into action by a largely demobilized U.S. Army in the Korean War from 1950. They faced off against T34/85s operated by the Korean People's Army with great success, and were later often used in a supporting fire role.
€49.99
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1/35 Ger.Pioneer & Goliath Set

Article number: 300035357 Product: 1/35 Ger.Pioneer & Goliath Set This 1/35 scale model recreates the Goliath. It was a diminutive tracked vehicle about 1.5m long that could carry up to 60kg of light explosives and was remotely controlled via 3 cables that spooled out of its rear. Some 7,564 were produced in all, split between 12V battery and gas engine-powered variants. They were largely deployed by assault pioneer (Sturmpionier) units, and were hoped to give the advantage of surprise. They were used on all fronts including German counters to the allied invasions in Normandy.
€16.99
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1/35 German Field Team/Eqpt.

Article number: 300037023 Product: 1/35 German Field Team/Eqpt. The latest release in the Tamiya-Italeri Series is based upon the Italeri 1/35 Field Work Shop kit. This set has newly-molded parts, plus Tamiya figures, accessories and instruction manual, all packaged in a new Tamiya box! It can be constructed into a diorama by itself, or used in conjunction with products from Tamiya’s huge range of German vehicle model assembly kits to create a highly realistic scene. About the Model • This is a 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit. • Features work shop equipment parts which are a product of Italeri. • The Italeri kit features an A-frame crane, work bench, fuel drums, compressor, gas canisters and much more. A-frame hook and hoist sections have been newly molded as separate parts for this kit. • Includes a wealth of Tamiya accessories including enamel wire, fine metal chain for A-frame, 2 figures (1 squatting and 1 with hands on knees; both originally in Item 35180), tools, fuel drum, ladder, 12 jerry cans (originally in Item 35315), jack, tool boxes and more! • Comes with Tamiya instruction manual and packaging.
€25.99
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1/35 German Tank Crew Set

Article number: 300035354 Product: 1/35 German Tank Crew Set This is a German tank crew figure set. The last German figure set was designed way back in 1996. This comprehensive set features 8 figures in highly realistic pose, that are adaptable to use with a multitude of WWII German armor kits.
€18.49
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1/35 LRDG CC 30cwt Truck

Article number: 300035092 Product: 1/35 LRDG CC 30cwt Truck This is a 1/35 scale assembly kit model. It recreates the 30cwt truck used by the British Long-Range Desert Group (LRDG) as a command car in WWII. The LRDG was mainly tasked with covert reconnaissance and raids behind enemy lines in the North African theater of WWII; mobility was therefore key to their operations, and the 30cwt (1.5t) truck was a mainstay. It had a range of almost 250 miles and was often deployed as a command car.
€22.99
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1/35 M109A3G

Article number: 300037022 Product: 1/35 M109A3G This is a model of the German Bundeswehr Self-Propelled Howitzer M109A3G. It is a collaborative release by Italeri and Tamiya. The M109A3G-specific parts are made by Tamiya and Italeri. The kit has new and updated parts, plus Tamiya figures, decals and instruction manual. Design work on the actual U.S. M109 began in 1952; eventually, the self-propelled Howitzer served 26 militaries, including the German Bundeswehr's M109G, which had its own track and cupola design, plus smoke dischargers, turret rear storage boxes and panoramic telescope. Replacing the 155mm gun with the FH70 barrel improved range by over 30% to 24.7km; the M109A3G served until 2007.
€53.99
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1/35 M109A6 Paladin Iraq War

Article number: 300037026 Product: 1/35 M109A6 Paladin Iraq War This model kit recreates the U.S. Self-Propelled Howitzer M109A6 Paladinin in 1/35 scale. The kit itself is from the Tamiya-Italeri series. It further updates the original release from 2012 with more molding improvements, brand new parts, and even photo-etched parts included! Of course, it also includes Tamiya figures, accessories, full instruction manual, and decals, all packaged in a new Tamiya box! About the Paladin Deployed from 1992 onwards, the M109A6 continued a series of self-propelled howitzers that started in 1950. The L/39 155mm gun has a range of 30km, used effectively in supporting fire roles in the Iraq War of 2003.
€51.99
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1/35 M3 Stuart Late Production

Article number: 300035360 Product: 1:35 US M3 Stuart Späte Produktion This 1/35 scale model faithfully depicts the M3 Stuart tank. It is a complete new kit with updated details compared to the Stuart model that has been offered for decades. The M3 Stuart was manufactured from March 1943 onwards and deployed not only by U.S. forces; it also saw action in Soviet colors. The late production variant of the tank had a rounded turret design with the cupola removed. It used a 37mm main gun, with numerous 7.62mm machine guns: one coaxial to the main gun, one on the front, on the turret and in the side sponson’s on certain variants.
€35.99
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1/35 M3A1 Scout Car

Article number: 300035363 Product: 1:35 US M3A1 Scout car/Spähwagen This is a scale model replica of the M3A1 Scout Car. It promises to be a great stand-alone model or make for an essential diorama piece in a bigger modeling project. Around 21,000 of the actual car were built, a vital cog in the setup of U.S. forces and those Allies (Britain, Soviet Union, Free France, China and more) who received it under "lend-lease." Lightly protected with mainly 6.4mm armor, with a top road speed of 80km/h, it had one 12.7mm and two 7.62mm machine guns, could seat six in addition to a driver and commander, and was often deployed in recon and command car roles, in North Africa, Sicily, and on the Eastern Front.
€42.99
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1/35 Matilda MkIII/IV Red Army

Article number: 300035355 Product: 1:35 Brit. Pz Matilda Mk.III/IV Red Army This kit updates the popular British Matilda (Item 35300) with parts to recreate a Soviet-spec Matilda. The tank itself was a durable, heavy design with 2-pounder gun that was well-suited to the slower infantry tank role in British armor doctrine. Eventually, the Matilda was replaced by the Valentine. Like the Valentine, it was supplied to Soviet forces under a lend-lease scheme. Around 1,000 were provided; they were generally given new tracks and simplified suspension with bogie skids, re-designed side skirts, and other modifications. New Parts •Soviet-design assembly track parts •Suspension bogie skid parts •Solid (no slits) hull front locker hatches •2 Red Army torso figures •2 Red Army marking options
€53.99
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1/35 Panther Ausf.D SpecEdn

Article number: 300025182 Product: 1:35 PzKpfw. Panther Ausf.D Special Ed. This is a special edition release of the Panther Ausf.D kit (Item 35345), which sees it paired with its dedicated Detail-Up Parts: metal gun barrel set (Item 12664), separate track link set (Item 12665) and photo- etched grille set (Item 12666). The result is a highly detailed version of the Ausf.D, the debut variant of the legendary Panther that first appeared in the pivotal Battle of Kursk in July 1943, battling hard with a complete package of imposing firepower, excellent armor and surprising mobility.
€74.99
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1/35 Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.J SpecEdn

Article number: 300025183 Product: 1:35 PzKpfw. IV Ausf. J Special Edition This is a special edition of the venerable Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.J (Item 35181), which sees it paired with dedicated photo-etched parts (Item 35183), and Zimmerit coating sheet (Item 12650), plus Wehrmacht tank crew figures from Item 35354. The result promises to be a highly detailed model of the Ausf.J, one of the later variants of the workhorse Pz.Kpfw.IV, which featured enhanced defensive measures that testify to the worsening military situation faced by Nazi Germany in those days.
€65.99
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1/35 Sherman Easy8 EuroTheater

Article number: 300035346 Product: 1/35 Sherman Easy8 EuroTheater This is an all-new kit designed by Tamiya's top designers which recreates the "Easy Eight" variant of the legendary Sherman medium tank. The M4A3E8 was known fondly as the "Easy Eight" by its crews, thanks to the relatively smooth drive afforded by its Horizontal Volute Spring Suspension (HVSS). Another distinguishing feature was its 76mm gun. Some of the 2,500 examples produced were in time to appear in the Battle of the Bulge (Dec. 1944-Jan. 1945), and others even served in the Korean War years after the Allied WWII triumph. Movie buffs will no doubt also recall that the "Easy Eight" was the star of the 2014 hit film "Fury." THE TAMIYA-DESIGNED M4A3E8 KEY FEATURES Slide molded turret and upper hull parts give an unbeatable combination of hassle-free assembly and highly realistic detail levels. Cast metal turret and welded hull surface textures are rendered accurately. The rear showcases sharp, detailed molding on engine grilles and exhausts, as well as the numerous accessories depicted by the kit. Clear parts are used to recreate light lens and cupola vision block parts, further upping the realism of this kit. The single-pin T66 tracks are recreated with minimum fuss and great accuracy, by the included belt-type tracks. Drive sprockets feature fine holes. A commander figure in realistic pose is provided for the cupola. The periscope seen on the hatch underside is depicted using separate parts. Technical data: Scale: 1/35 Length: 214 mm Width: 86 mm
€48.99
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1/35 SU-76M

Article number: 300035348 Product: 1/35 SU-76M The SU-76M filled an important and particularly pressing Soviet need for an effective self-propelled gun against invading German forces after the start of Operation Barbarossa in WWII. Based upon the T-70 light tank chassis, it was production-friendly and some 11,000 were manufactured between 1943 and 1945. Its 76.2mm ZiS-3 gun helped it to play a valuable part offering supporting fire and as an anti-tank weapon. Superior mobility was its calling card, and the SU-76M was also able to operate in close unison with infantry units.
€48.99
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1/35 Type 16 Metal Barrel

Article number: 300012686 Product: 1:35 Alu Geschützrohr JGSDF Type 16 This is a precision metal gun barrel for the Japan Ground Self Defense Force Type 16 MCV model kit. It adds greater realism compared to the standard plastic part found in the model.
€18.29
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1/35 US Tank Crew Euro Theater

Article number: 300035347 Product: 1/35 US Tank Crew Euro Theater This figure set depicts a typical crew which would have been attached to a tank in Europe after the Normandy landings.
€20.49
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1/35 Valentine Mk.II/IV

Article number: 300035352 Product: 1:35 Brit. Valentine Mk. II/IV This is an all new tooled model of the British Valentine Infantry tank in 1/35 scale. British armor doctrine in the 1930s up to the outbreak of WWII called for 2 types of tank - more mobile cruiser tanks and heavy, slow infantry tanks. The Valentine was a prolifically produced example of the latter (7,315 units, more than 30% of British tank production in WWII). It was based upon existing cruiser tank designs and relatively easy to manufacture, a critical point for the British military after it had lost so much material during the Dunkirk evacuation in 1940. The Valentine would see extensive action in North Africa, particularly the Mk.II and Mk.IV variants (they had different engines) depicted by this kit. Over 4,500 were also handed over to the Soviet Union under the lend-lease agreement, the Red Army using them mainly for recon work.
€45.99
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1/35 Wespe Italian Front

Article number: 300035358 Product: 1:35 Panzerhaubitz Wespe Italien. Front This model faithfully recreates the German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe. It is a classic model from within the Tamiya catalogue, but this version includes updated parts and new marking options for vehicles that fought on the Italian front. Originally designed as a stopgap, with a production run of 676, this Pz.Kpfw.II chassis-based howitzer exceeded German expectations. Intended mainly for infantry support, the Pz.Kpfw.II’s moving turret was replaced with a boxy stationary superstructure equipped with the Type 18/2 10.5cm L/28 howitzer. While the crew of 5 were not blessed with overwhelming protection, their vehicle was a mobile threat to Allied forces nonetheless.
€38.99
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1:35 Alum. Gun Barrel Jagdpanzer IV/70 L

Article number: 300012660 Product: 1/35 Alum. Gun Barrel Jagdpanzer IV/70 L This detail-up part set is available to add a higher level of realism to Item 35340 1/35 German Jagdpanzer IV /70(V) Lang. The high-precision metal parts in this set recreate barrel and breech parts of the Lang's impressive 70-caliber 7.5cm main gun. •Precise recreation of the 7.5cm gun barrel in aluminum gives a sharp finish, and eliminates the need for removal of parting lines which arises when using resin plastic parts. •Features separate metal parts recreating gun breech, operating wheel, equilibrators and more. •Equilibrators are moving parts with built in poly caps. They allow elevation and depression of the gun barrel. •For use with Item 35340 1/35 German Jagdpanzer IV /70(V) Lang.
€16.29
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1:35 Brit. MBT Challenger 2 Desertis.(2)

Article number: 300035274 Product: 1/35 Brit. MBT Challenger 2 Desertis.(2) Tamiya presents the British Challenger 2 MBT to the Military Miniature Series, further adding to the 1/35 scale MM Iraq series of models. Great to build and compare with previously released British MBT including the Centurion (89555), Chieftain (35068) and Challenger 1 (35154) or other vehicles active in Iraq such as the U.S. M1A2 Abrams (35269). About the Challenger 2 Compared to the Challenger 1 MBT that saw service during the Gulf War, the Challenger 2 features improved second generation Chobham armor capable of withstanding armor piercing and shape charge rounds. The fire control system was updated with the latest digital technology, including a panoramic Commander's sight with built-in laser rangefinder and a thermal gunner's sight. The 120mm L30 rifled main gun provides improved muzzle velocity and accuracy, and enables the Challenger 2 to discharge armor piercing, HESH, smoke and depleted uranium rounds. Special modifications to tanks deployed to Iraq included reactive armor added to the front, composite armor on the sides, a special cover to reduce exhaust heat, canvas skirts to reduce dust ingestion, Commander's Independent Thermal Viewer (CITV) and Combat Identification Panels (CIP).
€60.99
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1:35 BT-7 Model 1935

Article number: 300035309 Product: 1:35 BT-7 Model 1935 In 1935, the last of the Soviet cavalry tanks, the BT-7, were produced. This Russian tank incorporated features from tanks designed by the American engineer, Walter Christie. The "BT" in the name stands for "Bystrokhodny Tank" which means fast tank. The coil spring suspension system, which was designed by Walter Christie, and powerful engine allowed this tank to reach an on-road speed of 31mph. To enhance speed and mobility, the tracks could be removed so that the vehicle would operate on-road with only the wheels. The BT-7 featured a 47mm gun, 7.62mm DT machine gun, sloped frontal armor, and a Model M-17T (V-2 at BT-7m engine. The sloped armor was used in later tanks such as the T-34l. An estimated 4,700 BT-7 tanks were produced from 1935 to 1939. The tanks were used during the Spanish Civil War, in battles against the Japanese forces in Mongolia and on the Eastern Fronts. The large-pitch simple tracks are reproduced as link-type assembly tracks which include one-piece straight sections. Suspension features a realistic finish. Headlight lens and vision guard on the driver's hatch are made from clear parts to enhance realism. •Length: 161mm, Width: 65mm. •Distinct style of the tank including sloped armor on the front section and dynamic road wheels have been realistically reproduced. •Double-layered structure of the hull sides and the mechanically-complicated suspension feature a rich finish. •A tank equipped with a frame antenna can also be assembled. •Photo-etched parts and realistic metal towing chain included. A convenient jig to bend the parts is also included. •A commander and tank crew figure holding a premission briefing with a map are included to provide a sense of tension. (Total 2) •Markings to depict BT-7 tanks seen at the Eastern front lines and in Mongolia included.(Total 5)
€59.99
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1:35 Bundeswehr Leopard 2A6 (3)

Article number: 300035271 Product: 1/35 Bundeswehr Leopard 2A6 (3) The latest upgrade to the Leopard 2 is a newly designed 55 caliber 120mm smooth bore main gun. Measuring 1.3m longer than the 44 caliber main gun of its predecessor, the Leopard 2 A5, the new gun of the 2 A6 provides higher projectile velocity for increased range and penetration. The 2 A6 retains improvements made to previous Leopard 2 tanks including wedge shaped spaced armor effective against chemical weapons and improved electric gun control and stabilization system. The use of the 2 A6 continues to spread throughout Europe with the Netherlands, Spain and Greece adopting the 2 A6 as their main battle tank. About the Model 1/35 scale plastic assembly kit. Overall length: 314mm Accurately reproduced long 55 caliber 120mm smoothbore main gun adds to sense of power. 2 newly designed half body figures (commander and loader) included in kit. Goggles for figures, headlights and taillights reproduced using transparent parts. Kit features extra road signs for reproduction of realistic diorama. Includes decals to reproduce up to 4 different types of markings, including NATO versions used in Kosovo.
€60.99
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1:35 French Med. Tank SOMUA S35

Article number: 300035344 Product: 1:35 French Med. Tank SOMUA S35 The SOMUA S35 was a French Cavalry tank of the Second World War. It was manufactured from 1936 until 1940 to equip armored divisions of the Cavalry. For its day it was a relatively agile medium-weight tank, superior in armor and armament to both its French and foreign competitors, such as the contemporary versions of the German Panzerkampfwagen III. It was constructed from well-sloped, mainly cast, armor sections, that however made it expensive to produce and time-consuming to maintain. While not given a chance to show its full effectiveness during the Battle of France in 1940, the SOMUA showed up strongly in a number of battles with German forces and indeed was used by German forces after the French defeat and even by the Allies after the liberation of France in 1944. It was among the first French tanks developed for use as a cavalry tank, as opposed to the previous infantry roles the tank was largely restricted to under French military doctrine. A cast metal body with armor up to 56mm thick gave excellent protection from German guns, and offensively it could rely on a powerful 47mm gun that repeatedly tore through German tanks. All in all, some 430 SOMUA S35s were produced.
€51.99
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1:35 German Heavy Tank Destroyer Elefant

Article number: 300035325 Product: 1/35 German Heavy Tank Destroyer Elefant This is a 1/35 scale assembly model of the German Heavy Tank Destroyer Elephant. Extensive research was conducted by Tamiya's designers to bring the modeling world the most accurate rendition to date. Historical background In 1941, Porsche created a prototype tank which incorporated radical features including a gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain. In 1943, the tank was transformed into the Ferdinand tank destroyer armed with an 8.8cm PaK 43 L/71 gun housed in a large box-shaped superstructure and 90 units were produced. During the Battle of Kursk, they demonstrated superior anti-armor capability to knock out T-34 and KV-1 tanks at long range, but their slow speed and unreliability resulted in many being immobilized by mechanical troubles. In 1944, 50 surviving Ferdinands were given modifications, including the addition of a machine gun, a commander's cupola, and were re-designated with the name Elefant. The Elefant saw combat on the Italian and Russian fronts, and some fought until the very end of WWII during the Battle of Berlin.
€71.99
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1:35 Iraqi Main Battle Tank T-55 Enigma

Article number: 300035324 Product: 1/35 Iraqi Main Battle Tank T-55 Enigma The above images are test shots of the sprues for this kit. Once the kit becomes production, we will update these pictures. Iraq's T-54/55 Tanks Iraq was a major operator of T-54/55 series tanks and ordered their first 250 T-54s from the former Soviet Union in 1958, followed by 50 more in 1965. Many of these were lost during the Yom Kippur War so 300 T-55s were ordered in 1973. Other purchases followed: 50 and 400 T-55s from the surplus stocks of East Germany and Poland respectively in 1980; 250 T-55s and 150 TR-580s (Romanian version of the T-55) from Egypt and Romania respectively in 1981; another 400 T-55s, including some Czech-built examples, from the former Soviet Union in 1981; and about 1,500 Type 59 and Type 69 tanks were bought from China during the 1980s. Iraq 'Enigma" Since the T-54/55s were introduced ill the period after WWII, the basic design was becoming obsolete by the 1980s. Many countries thus developed upgrades in order to modernize the T-55 and Iraq was no exception. Although the official Iraqi designation is not known, their upgraded variant was called T-55 "Enigma" by Coalition forces during the 1991 Gulf War. This Iraqi variant focused on armor upgrades and was likely modeled after the T-55AM, which featured extra armor blocks on the glacis and turret. The Enigma expanded on this to also include armor blocks on the sides of the hull and the rear of the turret. These blocks were made up of armor plates welded into boxes to create a sort of spaced armor and they were then attached to the hull and turret. Two large blocks with holes to allow access to the tow hooks were bolted to the glacis, with the left block positioned lower to aid the driver's field of vision. A smaller armor block was installed on the front section of each mudguard and eight other blocks were mounted along each side of the hull. Two sets of four armor blocks curved along the front and sides of the turret, with the f
€67.99
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1:35 Israel Tiran 5

Article number: 300035328 Product: 1:35 Israel Tiran 5 The Tiran 5 was the Israeli-modified version of the Russian T-55 tank, and was used by the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) from the late 1960s until the start of the 1980s. Constantly modified throughout its service, many were fitted with the 105mm M68 gun. Even after it was retired from IDF service, the Tiran 5 continued to see action in various guises in a number of countries across the world. The Tamiya model assembly kit faithfully captures all the details and nuances in 1/35 scale and will make a fine addition to anyone model kit collection.
€60.99
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1:35 Israeli Tank M1 Super Sherman

Article number: 300035322 Product: 1/35 Israeli Tank M1 Super Sherman Over 50,000 Shermans of all types were produced during WWII. The Shermans which the IDF (Israeli Defense Force) initially procured from various sources were a mix of different variants featuring different hulls, turrets, suspensions, and armaments. However, Israel was eventually able to negotiate the purchase of about 250 M4A1 and M4A3 Shermans from France, and these were armed with the M1A1/A2 76.2mm main gun which could better counter the Arab armies' Russian made T-34-85s. Shermans were also produced with two different types of suspension: VVSS (Vertical Volute Spring Suspension) and HVSS (Horizontal Volute Spring Suspension). The latter offered better performance and the IDF eventually modified their tanks to the HVSS standard. Thus the IDF designated its 76.2mm gun-armed HVSS-equipped Shermans as M1 Super Shermans and many of these saw their first action during the Sinai Campaign in 1956.
€50.99
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1:35 Israeli Tank M51 105mm

Article number: 300035323 Product: 1/35 Israeli Tank M51 105mm During the 1960's, the Israeli Ordnance Corps upgraded their M4A1 Sherman tanks by equipping them with the powerful French 105mm CN-105-F1 tank gun and they were redesignated as M51s. The larger gun meant a muzzle brake was installed to minimize the greater recoil effect and a counterweight was fitted to the rear of the turret. The 460hp diesel engine and the combination of the Horizontal Volute Spring Suspension (HVSS) and wider T80 tracks gave the M51 improved mobility. During the Six-Day War in 1967, the M51s were used against newer T-54/55 tanks as well as JS-3 tanks from Egyptian, Iraqi, and Syrian armies. The M51's 105mm gun could take on these adversaries by using HEAT ammunition. After the war, these M51s continued to serve with distinction until they were finally retired in the early 1980s.
€54.99
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1:35 Jap. Tank Type 1 w/6 Figures

Article number: 300035331 Product: 1:35 Jap. Panzer Type 1 mit 6 Figuren The Type 1 Self-Propelled Gun was produced from 1943, and around 140 were manufactured. Due to severe damage suffered during their transportation to the front line in the Phillipines, a large number of Type 1s never actually made it into battle, but those that did are said to have been rated highly by the opposing U.S. forces. About the Item • 1/35 scale plastic assembly kit model. • Length: 173 cm, Width: 67 cm. • This item features Item 35095 Japan Type 1 Self-Propelled Gun and Item 35090 Japanese Infantry Set. • The roofless fighting compartment and 75mm field gun are recreated in excellent detail. • In addition to gunner and loader figures from Item 35095, 4 soldier figures from Item 35090 are included. • Accessories such as armor-piercing and howitzer rounds are also reproduced in scale form. • Features belt-type tracks. • Includes insignia decals for figures. • Comes in a new packaging.
€37.99
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1:35 JGSDF Light Arm. Vehicle Iraq(1)

Article number: 300035275 Product: 1:35 JGSDF Light Arm. Vehicle Iraq(1) With the HMV Hayate and Type 73 Small Utility Vehicle fitted with little armor and having poor defense capabilities, in 1997 the Japanese Ground Self Defense Force (JGSDF) began development of a new high-mobility light armored transportation vehicle. Capable of accommodating 4 personnel, the JGSDF Light Armored Vehicle is fitted with a 160hp liquid cooled 4-cycle 4-cylinder diesel engine, allowing it to reach top speeds of 100km/h. Weighing just 4.5 tons, it is able to be carried by a CH-47J helicopter or C-130H transport aircraft for emergency air-drops. The gun mount on the roof can be fitted with a 5.56mm MINIMI machine gun or Light Anti-Tank Guided Missile. Vehicles deployed to Iraq were fitted with reinforced bulletproof windshields, with some vehicles fitted with wire cutters and a rotational armored cover around the gun mount for extra protection. Highly detailed 1/35 scale model of the JGSDF light armored vehicle used in Iraq. Overall length: 128mm The unique form of the actual vehicle has been accurately replicated. Features detailed combat tires, transparent parts for headlights and tail lights, and a die-cast one-piece chassis for extra weight. Assembly options include doors in opened or closed position, and roof fitted with a 5.56mm MINIMI machine gun with special Iraq issue armored cover or regular hatch doors. Wire-cutters also come in the kit for a more aggressive look. Kit comes with 1 driver figure with standard Iraq issue bulletproof vest. Includes decals to reproduce up to 4 different vehicle markings.
€31.99
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1:35 JGSDF MBT Typ 90 w/ Loading Crew(7)

Article number: 300035260 Product: 1:35 JGSDF MBT Typ 90 w/ Loading Crew(7) In 1996, Tamiya"s 1/35 scale Japan Self Defense Force Type 90 tank (item 35208) was first released. 4 years later, the Type 90 w/ Mine Roller (item 35236) was released. In the year 2000 Tamiya recreated part of the Type 90"s automatic loading device, and added figures for a limited model for event purposes. Based on the popularity of this model Tamiya has decided to at last make this Type 90 Tank w/ Ammo-Loading Crew a full-fledged addition to the Military Miniature Series. This set including a Type 90 tank and figures is ideal for making dioramas. This set also features parts to represent the automatic ammo-loading system of the Type 90 tank, which can be assembled with great ease. Five figures, 2 types of shells and shell cases are also part of the kit.
€41.99
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1:35 KingTiger Henschel Zimmerit Sheet

Article number: 300012648 Product: 1/35 KingTiger Henschel Zimmerit Sheet Simulating Zimmerit on military models using puttyenhances the model’s presence but at the same time it requires advanced skills and is time consuming. These stickers enable reproduction of Zimmerit on Item 35164 German King Tiger "Production Turret." About the Item • Zimmerit Sticker Sheet x1 • Compatible with 1/35 German King Tiger Production Turret" (35164)
€10.99
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1:35 M561 6x6 Cargo Truck Gama Goat

Article number: 300035330 Product: 1:35 M561 Transport-Fahrzeug Gama Goat The M561 Gama Goat was seven years in development until production of the vehicle began in 1968. Its unique name was derived from the creator of its articulated joint, Roger Gamaunt, and its mountain goat-like climbing ability. It was unlike most other military off-road vehicles in that power could go to all 6 wheels of the vehicle, and its aforementioned articulated joint allowed 80° pitch and 60° roll ranges of the carrier module at the rear. Its excellent rough-terrain mobility was tempered somewhat by problems with tricky handling and maintenance, as well as its being rather noisy, but the Gama Goat continued in service until it was effectively replaced by the HMMWV in the late 1980s. About the Model • This is a 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit. • Length: 170mm, Width: 62mm. • The articulation joint of the M561 is recreated faithfully, and the joint on the model uses a poly-cap to accurately mimic the movement range of the real vehicle. • The model features optional front windshield and front-mounted winch parts. • The complex 6-wheel drive suspension is recreated in a single molded part without sacrificing accuracy. • 1 driver figure is included. • Comes with 3 marking options.
€32.99
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1:35 Modern JGSDF Type 10 Tank

Article number: 300035329 Product: 1:35 Modern JGSDF Type 10 Tank The Type 10 is the Japan Ground Self Defense Force’s next generation main battle tank. Now, it joins its predecessors the Type 61, Type 74 and Type 90 in the Tamiya 1/35 Military Miniatures series. The Type 10 was first shown to the world in 2010 (that’s where the 10 in its name comes from), and was assigned to units starting in 2012. Among the many advances from the previous Type 90 model are a Japanese-made 120mm smoothbore main gun, and the so-called C4I system. This state-of-the-art computerized system allows the Type 10 to be connected to a computer network and share information with other tanks, enabling co-ordinated actions. About the Model • 1/35 scale plastic assembly kit • Features detailed and faithful replication of modular armor, as well as the 120 mm main gun. • Lower hull rubber skirts and belt-style tracks ensure the base of the model is also highly realistic. • Includes 2 figures to add to the realism of modelers’ dioramas. • Comes with 3 sets of markings.
€58.99
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1:35 Panther G Early Zimmerit Sheet

Article number: 300012646 Product: 1/35 WWII Zimmeritbogen Panther G Early 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. Made for the novice to intermediate modeler in mind, these stickers enable reproduction of Zimmerit on Item 35170 German Panther Ausf.G Early Production without the use of putty or more advanced modeling techniques.
€13.29
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1:35 Russian Army Tank T72M1

Article number: 300035160 Product: 1/35 Russian Army Tank T72M1 About the Russian Tank T72M1 Modern Russian tanks are well known for superb mobility and a distinctive, low silhouette, offering as small a target as possible on the battlefield. In the late 1960's, the highly sophisticated T64 tank was produced to replace the Soviets T62 main battle tank. The T64 had the advanced feature of automatic canon loading, that eliminated the requirement for a loader, reducing the crew from four men to three. The T-64 tank; however, proved to be unreliable due to its complicated mechanics, and this led to the development of the T72 tank. The T72, despite its close external resemblance to the T-64, was created in an attempt to simplify the overall design; improve its maintenance capability; and to also enhance productivity. The refined type 2A46 125mm gun with its auto-loading system is capable of firing high explosive or hollow-charge, armor-piercing ammunition. The powerplant is a type V-46, V-12 cylinder, multi-fuel engine. The standard production designated T72M1 uses reinforced frontal armor and incorporates a laser range finder. This versatile tank, which began service a the beginning of the 1970s has been in production for many years, and had been license produced in many of the Warsaw Pact countries. Even during the 1980's when a new T80 main battle tank was introduced to replace the aging T-64, the T-72 series continued to be the centerpiece of the Russian armed forces.
€45.49
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1:35 U.S. M1A2 SEP Abrams TUSK II

Article number: 300035326 Product: 1:35 U.S. M1A2 SEP Abrams TUSK II During the 2003 Invasion of Iraq, the U.S. deployed its latest M1A2 Abrams main battle tanks and these continued to be used in Iraq during the subsequent occupation period. Due to the threats posed by RPGs and improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in the urban environments, the tanks were upgraded with more protection in the form of Tank Urban Survival Kits (TUSK I) in 2004. The upgrade included features such as reactive armor on the hull sides, hull underside armor to protect against land mines, an M2 machine gun mounted above the main gun barrel, infrared cameras for the crew, and an external telephone for communication with accompanying infantry. A further development called TUSK II added features such as tile-shaped reactive armor to the turret and hull sides, armored shield for the commander, and a rear-view camera. These kits could be installed in field depots in about 12 hours and different tanks had different features equipped. About the Model • 1/35 scale plastic assembly model kit of the latest M1A2 SEP Abrams. • Includes parts to depict both TUSK I and TUSK II features. • Detailed parts such as the armored shields for the commander and loader and barrel-mounted M2 machine gun are included. • Intricate curves of the reactive armor tiles are accurately reproduced. • Comes with one commander and one loader figure, both depicted with body armor. • Two marking options for TUSK I and one marking option for TUSK II-equipped tanks included.
€79.99
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1:35 US M151A1 Utility Truck Vietnam

Article number: 300035334 Product: 1:35 US M151A1 Transportfahrzeug Vietnam The M151A1 was a variant of the M151, a military utility truck which was used by the U.S. Army and Marine Corps from 1959 to the early 1990s. It was first released to troops in 1964, and compared to the original, it had modified rear suspension and also received turn signals on its front fender. Some variants of the M151A1 were equipped with a 106mm rifle, and some even revamped to serve as ambulances. The vehicle also served in the Vietnam War. About the Model • 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit. • Based on Item 35123, this model receives new parts to accurately recreate the form of the M151A1. New parts include front grille with separate headlight parts, rear panel and swing-arm suspension. • Model can be assembled to show U.S. Army or U.S. Marine Corps vehicle. • Parts to depict canopy roof and 1 figure are also included. • Includes 2 sets of markings to depict vehicles which took part in the Vietnam War.
€27.99
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1:35 US M151A2 Fiord MUTT w/TOW-Miss.(1)

Article number: 300035125 Product: 1:35 US M151A2 Fiord MUTT w/TOW-Miss.(1) The familiar Jeep was born during WW2 and it is said that it contributed greatly to the allied victory during that time. Following the conflict, this vehicle was widely used by most countries of the world as a small transport for the ground forces and later employed large calibre weapons systems for ground combat support. The U.S. Army first utilized this small vehicle in ground support firepower, by mounting the newly designed 105mm recoilless rifle in the rear of the Jeep. This weapon was developed to combat heavily armoured tanks and other tracked vehicles; however it was later adapted to anti-personnel operations with the development of anti-personnel shell charges. When the newer 106mm recoilless rifle came into being, it replaced the 105. This weapons system was mounted in the rear part of the Jeep, but could be also dismounted on a tri-pod for fixed use. As the old jeep became replaced with the newer M151 Ford MUTT, the 106 was also adapted to it. When the M151A2 was released during the late 70's, the model with the 106 rifle mounted was called M825. It had a beefed up rear suspension system to accept the rifles added weight of 325kg. Shortly the TOW missile system replaced the 106 recoiless rifles, as the main anti-tank mobile weapons system. Development of the TOW system began in the 1960's as a replacement for the large and heavy recoilless rifles. It was combat tested during the Vietnam conflict and proved its power and accuracy. It was further improved and finally replaced most of the 106's still in service. Officially it is called the BGM-71A; however, it is most widely called the TOW missile system which stands for Tube launched, Optically tracked, Wire guided, missile system. When the missile is fired at a target, the shooter maintains the target in the cross hairs of the sight. The infrared rays of the missile exhaust are sensed by the optical sight and the computer compensated for the speed of the target an
€11.49
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1:35 US M151A2 Ford MUTT Truck (1)

Article number: 300035123 Product: 1/35 US M151A2 Ford MUTT Truck (1) The U.S. Armoured vehicle test course is located in Aberdeen, Maryland, and is one of the most rigorous and demanding coursed in the world. Early in April 1957, a familiar looking small vehicle was seen to be running over the course with comparitive ease, and upon closer inspection it turned out to be the replacement for the well known Willy's "Jeep", the new Ford M151. Outwardly this new vehicle loos very much like its older brother. Both are small, compact, rugged, simple to operate and maintain; however, the 151 incorporates all of the latest advanced features learned during combat operations in conflicts since world war II. Features such as the newly developed OHV engine, light semimonocoque body and 4 wheel independent suspension systems allowed it to outpoint all other submitted replacement vehicles for the ageing WWII Jeep. Development for this replacement vehicle was started by the Ford Motor Company were licensed to produce the vehicle and they delivered approximately 10,000 units a year to the U.S. Army, Navy Air Force and Marines. Shortly after its adoption it was selected by most of the nations of the free world as a replacement for their own light utility vehicles. Some of the advanced features incorporated into the M151 caused problems and defects were detected in the initial shipments, among the most serious was the strength and stability of the rear suspension system which was corrected and improved in 1964 and 1970. The M151A2 now in service has added safety features like stiffer rear suspension, large blinder lamps and a two step windshield wiper, safety glass and an impact absorbing steering wheel. With its extreme versatitliy the basic M151 can be altered into a combat ambulance; radio communications vehicle; 105mm recoilless rifle transport and a launcher for the new tow missile system adopted in the late 70's. Combat experience in VietNam has shown that the Ford M151 Military Utility Tactical Truck (MUTT) is indeed a very ve
€13.29
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1:35 US Marine AAVP 7A1 w/ UGWS Turret

Article number: 300035159 Product: 1/35 US Marine AAVP 7A1 w/ UGWS Turret This is a re-issue of the 1/35 scale model kit of the AAVP7A1 amphibious troop transport. First introduced in 1972 under the name of LVTP-7, this venerable vehicle has seen a number of upgrades and refits, and is still deployed by the U.S. Marine Corps today. It has seen action in a number of conflicts including the 1983 invasion of Grenada, the Gulf War and 2003 invasion of Iraq. Newer variants were fitted with the Up-Gunned Weapon Station (UGWS), a turret mounted with an MK19 40mm grenade launcher and M2 heavy barrel .50 caliber machine gun. Amphibious operations (the landing of personnel, equipment and supplies from ships onto a hostile shore) are considered by military tacticians to be the most complex and difficult of all military operations. The U.S. Marine Corps is the military organization in America charged with this responsibility. Formerly known as the LVTP7A1, the FMC manufactured AAVP7A1 now has the role of an Assault Amphibious Vehicle, Personnel, to counter any hostile threat during landing operations. This versatile vehicle can navigate in the ocean waves 3 meters high while carrying 25 fully equipped Marines and can even withstand total immersion without sinking. It is a very large tracked vehicle, being almost the same length as the U.S. M1A1 Abrams main battle tank. The latest version is equipped with a newly designed turret known as the "Upgunned Weapons station", which is manufactured by the Cadillac Gage firm, in America. The turret is a one man armament station mounting the MK 19 Model-3 40mm (grenade) machine gun and a coaxially mounted M2 heavy barrel .50 caliber machine gun. The primary mode of operation for the armament station is manual. However, in azimuth the system incorporates a Power Assist Travers (PAT) mechanism. The PAT enables the gunner to quick slew under power at a minimum rate of 45 deg./sec., and then manually fine lay his weapons on the target. This highly formidable weapon station replaces t
€40.49
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1:35 US MBT M1A2 Abrams Iraqi Freedom(2)

Article number: 300035269 Product: 1/35 US MBT M1A2 Abrams Iraqi Freedom(2) U.S. M1A2 Abrams 120mm Gun Main Battle Tank The M1 Abrams, the worlds' strongest tank, has undergone step-by-step modification since its commission by the US military in 1980. The M1A2 evolved from the M1A1HA, and features Intervehicular Information System (IVIS) and Commander's Independent Thermal Viewer (CITV). Kit features A2 turret comes with CITV and new style vision block. About the M1A2 Abrams The M1 Abrams, officially commissioned by the US military in 1980, was designed totally different from previous post-WWII US military tanks. Although fitted with the same 105mm cannon as the M60, the M1 was powered by a gas turbine engine and was fitted with spaced armor. Planned to be commissioned by the US military over a long period, the M1 was designed with future reforms in mind. In 1984, the M1A1 was developed with a 120mm smooth bore cannon, and a further variant the M1A1HA was later developed featuring depleted uranium armor. This then led to the M1A2, which was fitted with Intervehicular Information System (IVIS), Commander's Independent Thermal Viewer (CITV) turret and new style vision block. The M1A1HA and the M1A2 both played significant roles in Operation Iraqi Freedom, being deployed by land forces as well as the Marine Corps as they moved toward Baghdad.
€52.99
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