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1/48 British 7ton AC Mk.IV

Article number: 300032587  Product: 1/48 British 7ton AC Mk.IV
€19.49
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1/48 Churchill MkVII Crocodile

Article number: 300032594 Product: 1:48 Brit.Pz. Churchill Mk.VII Crocodile This is a 1/48 scale plastic assembly kit model of the British Tank Churchill Mk.VII Crocodile. The Churchill design was the result of a chastening experience for British forces in early WWII, a more modern design that could be produced quickly to make up for armor shortfalls after the Dunkirk evacuations. The Mk.VII variant was up-gunned with a 75mm gun and had improved armor up to 152mm thick! The Crocodile is one of the most notable "special" variants of the Churchill. It had an 80-plus meter range flamethrower in place of the front machine gun, towing its fuel and compressed nitrogen propellant in a trailer behind.
€30.99
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1/48 Easy Eight

€24.99
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1/48 Elefant

Article number: 300032589 Product: 1:48 Jagdpanzer Elefant This is a 1/48 scale assembly model of the German Heavy Tank Destroyer Elephant. The newly tooled 1/48 Elefant has extensive detail, even at this smaller scale, thanks to the extensive research conducted by Tamiya's designers to make the 1/35 scale rendition. The development of the full-size Elefant is an interesting case study in weapons development. Its chassis was developed by Porsche in the design competition for the Tiger I, but while Porsche was sure enough of its success to ready 100 examples of the chassis before the end of the competition, the design was not chosen. The "left over" chassis were turned into the Elefant on the orders of Hitler in 1942 - some 90 examples were built by May 1943. With armor plates, up to 200mm thick and a powerful long-caliber 8.8cm gun, it was a formidable piece of equipment, and served German troops until the end of WWII.
€30.99
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1/48 German Horch 1a

Article number: 300032586 Product: 1/48 German Horch 1a The Horch 1a was developed in accordance with the pre-WWII "Einheits Program," which aimed at streamlining vehicle production. The soft-top vehicle could carry 8 crew members, and had a V8 engine providing 80hp. It possessed a range of 400km, and was given an oversized radiator to help it battle on in tough environments such as North Africa. Another notable feature was the 120-liter fuel tank, split in two around the prop shaft. Around 2,900 were produced between 1937 and 1940; the Type 1a was used heavily in the early stages of WWII.
€24.49
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1/48 Heavy Tractor SS-100

Article number: 300032593 Product: 1/48 Heavy Tractor SS-100 This scale model recreates the SS-100, which was a veritable workhorse for German forces during WWII. Powered by a 100hp 8,553cc diesel, it was based upon a civilian vehicle design and could pull loads of up to 20 tons. The SS-100 was put to work towing all sorts of subjects including artillery pieces, aircraft, and even V2 rockets, as well as recovering broken down vehicles.
€23.99
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1/48 M1A2 Abrams

Article number: 300032592 Product: 1/48 M1A2 Abrams This small-scale Military Miniature series model assembly kit recreates the formidable modern U.S. Main Battle Tank M1A2 Abrams. The Abrams has been around since the early 1980s, with constant upgrades to ensure that it stays at the cutting edge of military technology. M1A2s were introduced from 1992, developed to be chock-full of front-line technology and bring the M1 into the digital age. They featured depleted uranium armor, a modified commander’s cupola, and more, and saw action in the conflict in Iraq in 2003.
€31.99
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1/48 Sturmtiger

Article number: 300032591 Product: 1/48 Sturmtiger The Tamiya 1/35 Military Miniatures Sturmtiger is a classic kit that has been around for decades. The 1/48 scale version has received all new tooling and further extends the long line-up of kits offered in this smaller scale! The Sturmtiger was a seldom-seen variant of the Tiger I, using existing chassis and suspension to mount a mammoth 38cm caliber mortar for use against buildings and other fortifications in urban warfare. Only an estimated 18 were ever produced, between August and December 1944, and they were somewhat unwieldy in that they weighed around 65 tons. Nonetheless, they would still have proved a frightening foe to those who encountered them in the Battle of the Bulge, the Warsaw Uprising and the invasion of the German homeland.
€29.99
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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 Germ. Tiger I Late Prod.(Tentative)

Article number: 300032575 Product: 1/48 Germ. Tiger I Late Prod.(Tentative) The German Tiger I Tank featured a powerful 88mm gun as well as excellent armor and was the greatest opponent to Allied forces during WWII. The late production version incorporated large steel road wheels with built-in rubber rings and an overhauled turret with periscope in front of the loader's hatch, the commander's viewport replaced by seven individual periscopes, and ventilators moved to the center for improved efficiency. Tamiya now brings this iconic kit, previously only available in 1/35 scale, to the 1/48 Military Miniature Collection series line-up.
€31.99
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1:48 Matilda Mk.III/IV British Infantry

Article number: 300032572 Product: 1/48 Matilda Mk.III/IV British Infantry This is a 1/48 scale plastic assembly model of the British Matilda previously available in 1/35 scale. Historical background: The Matilda was developed as a heavily armored infantry tank and was one of the British Army's main tanks in North Africa during WWII. The Matilda swept aside opposing Italian tanks and was respectfully called the "Queen of the Desert" by German forces. During Operation Battle axe to lift the siege of Tobruk in June 1941, German forces famously used their 88mm AA guns in the anti-tank role as they were the only effective counter against Matildas.
€32.99
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1:48 Sd.Kfz 232

Article number: 300032561 Product: 1:48 Sd.Kfz 232 During the first half of WWII, German reconnaissance units greatly used the Sd.Kfz.231 series heavy armored car. Above all, the Sd.Kfz.232 was equipped with a Fu.11 radio and featured a large frame-type antenna mounted on the body. It also came armed with a KwK30 20mm cannon and an MG34 machine gun mounted on its turret. The 8-wheeled Sd.Kfz.232 had an on-road top speed of 90km/h, featured elaborate front and rear driving positions, and a superb 8-wheel drive system. These 8-wheeled armored cars were deployed to armored reconnaissance battalions of Panzer divisions and served as the eyes of the German army from Europe and North Africa to the Russian front. The Tamiya 1/48 scale model kit carefully captures all the fine detail of the full size subject. This subject was only previously available in 1/35 scale and it's now part of the Tamiya 1/48 scale model collection.
€29.99
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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.
€25.99
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1:48 US Modern 4x4 Utili.Veh.4x4 w/Gren.

Article number: 300032567 Product: 1/48 US Modern 4x4 Utili.Veh.4x4 w/Grenade Launcher During the late 1970s, the US military decided to replace many mission-specific type vehicles such as the M151 MUTT and M561, with a standard 4x4 vehicle. As a result, they designed a vehicle that was reliable, versatile, and had excellent off-road mobility. The vehicle was comprised of an aluminum body and steel frame. It also featured a 4-wheel independent suspension, and 150hp V8 diesel engine. These versatile vehicles were used for a wide variety of tasks such as cargo/troop transporter, ambulance, and armament carrier. The armament carrier was equipped with either a Mk. 19 grenade launcher or a M-60 machine gun. U.S. forces were issued these vehicles in 1985. The 4x4 vehicles were first used in Panama in 1989.
€34.49
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1:48 US WWII 2.5to 6x6 Airf. Fuel Tr.(2)

Article number: 300032579 Product: 1:48 US WWII 2.5to 6x6 Airf. Fuel Tr.(2) The model US Airfield Fuel Truck - 2 1/2 Ton 6x6 in 1/48 scale has a length of about 107 mm. What better subject to compliment your 1/48 scale diorama than this U.S. airfield fuel truck model. The model is a modification of Item 32548 US 2.5 Ton 6x6 Cargo Truck and depicts a fuel truck typical of those that would have served during WWII.
€26.99
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1:48 WWII Brit. Small Staff Car 10HP

Article number: 30003262 Product: 1/48 WWII Brit. Small Staff Car 10HP Tilly was the name given to British Small Staff Cars coming from the word "Utility". These Tilly vehicles were produced in large numbers for British and Allied forces during WWII from civilian car designs. They were severely underpowered, but served with distinction and stayed in production throughout WWII and could be seen on every front. This British Staff Car was powered by a four cylinder 22-kW engine derived from a 10 HP commercial saloon.
€17.99
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1:48 WWII Citroen CV11 Staff Car

Article number: 300032517 Product: 1/48 WWII Citroen CV11 Staff Car Introducing the 1/48 scale Citroen 11CV, an all-new model developed specially for the 1/48 series. Originally a civilian sedan that was used by both French and German militaries during WWII, the 11CV model opens up new possibilities in the world of 1/48 military modeling, and bridges the gap between military, airplane and automobile model fans. About the Citroen 11CV This famous French sedan was produced from 1934 to 1957, its nickname in French is Traction Avant meaning front-wheel drive. Indeed, the innovative 11CV was one of the pioneers of front-wheel drive. Its versatility led to it being adapted for military use in great numbers, with the French, Free French and German occupying armies all employing 11CV cars. Germany deployed 11CVs to theaters all around Europe, including France, Italy and the Russian Front. German pilots often used the Citroen 11CV as their private car About the Model 1/48 scale model of the Citroen 11CV impressively reproduces the cars elegant curves. Underside of chassis features accurate detailing. The versatile Citroen 11CV served in a variety of military purposes, making it perfect for lining with 1/48 MM Series tanks or 1/48 scale airplanes. Also makes a wonderful setpiece for military dioramas. Car modelers will enjoy building the civilian model Citroen 11CV. Decals offer choice of 3 types of markings depicting French & German military versions.
€17.99
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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 Field Maintenace

Article number: 300032547 Product: Tank Crew Field Maintenance Set Tamiya provides more 1/48 scale diorama options for military modellers everywhere with the release of this extensive figure and accessory set. Match them with any of our large lineup of 1/ 48 MM German vehicles to add more life to your display. About the Model High quality 1/48 scale German army figure and accessory set. Set includes 9 figures doing various tasks in realistic standing and kneeling poses. Ammunition loading - 4 figures Tire repair - 1 figure Engine maintenance - 2 figures Painting - 1 figure Supervisor - 1 figure Large selection of accurately reproduced accessories and tools included. 88mm ammunition for King Tiger (x2) Wooden case for 88mm ammunition for King Tiger (x2) 88mm ammunition for Tiger I (x4) Wooden case for 88mm ammunition for Tiger I (x2) 75mm ammunition for Panther (x2) Wooden case for 75mm ammunition for Panther (x2) 75mm ammunition for Pz.kpfw.IV (x4) Wooden case for 75mm ammunition for Pz.kpfw.IV (x2) Oil drum (x2) 1 each of the following accessories: Tool Kit, Ladder, Burner, Tool Bag, Wooden Crate, Hammer, Bucket, Jack Crank, Jack, Anvil, Vise, Open Tool Box, Closed Tool Box, Oil Siphon, 18 Liter Can
€17.99
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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 Dt. SdKfz.67 (6) w/ 3.7cm PAK

Article number: 300032580 Product: 1/48 WWII Dt. SdKfz.67 (6) mit 3,7cm PAK In the lead-up to WWII, Germany started to transform civilian vehicles into military ones, and one of the subjects was a light 6-wheel truck which was mass-produced starting in 1933. This 1936 evolution of the truck had a 60hp flat four square cylinder engine that mustered 55hp and provided up to 70km/h. The truck was used for transporting personnel and light artillery, and it utilized 6x4 independent suspension with rear 4-wheel drive. The first mass-produced variant was the Kfz.69, which was designed to tow a 3.7cm Pak 35/36 anti-tank gun and carried a driver and 5-artillery crew. It was employed as standard equipment in anti-tank artillery divisions and was seen in action in locations such as France, Poland, the Balkans, and Russia. The Tamiya model faithfully captures all of the details of the full-size subject thanks to extensive research of surviving samples left over from the war. Scale: 1/35 Length: 182 mm
€25.99
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1:48 WWII Figure-Set Ger.Inf.Maneuv.(15)

Article number: 300032530 Product: 1/48 WWII Figure-Set Ger.Inf.Maneuv.(15) Our latest 1/48 scale figure set features WWII German soldiers in relaxed poses, standing, walking, wearing field caps and with weapons shouldered. Also includes figures depicting tank crew at rest. 2 all-new officer figures and military policeman, which are available now for the first time in any scale, are also included. This set is perfect for modeling non-combat scenes and dioramas of life behind-the-lines. Set includes 7 machine gun crew on maneuvers, 2 standing infantry, 3 tank crew, 2 officers and 1 military policeman for a total of 15 figures. Infantry figures feature realistic M43 field uniforms. Includes separately molded weapons and equipment such as machine gun tripod mount.
€11.49
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1:48 WWII Ger. Kettenkrad m. Goliath

Article number: 300032502 Product: 1/48 WWII Ger. Kettenkrad m. Goliath Following the release of the Kubelwagen as the first model in the 1/48 scale Military Miniature Vehicle (MMV) series, Tamiya introduces the second amazing release, the Kettenkfraftrad. This is a fabulous complete display kit featuring Kettenkfraftrad with an infantry cart, a demolition vehicle and many other great accessories on a tiny 1/48 scale. Model can be enjoyed by itself or combined with one of our fantastic 1/48 scale aircraft for a diorama display. About the Kettenkraftrad (Infantry Cart & Goliath Demolition Vehicle) Kettenkraftrad: Featuring three forward and one reverse gear the Kettenkraftrad was used as a transportation vehicle, a power generator, a communications vehicle, towing vehicle etc. Capable of towing up to 4 tons it was widely used to tow artillery and equipment, as well as aircraft when used by the Luftwaffe. Infantry Cart: A lightweight cart that could be easily towed by just two men, a horse, a motorcycle or a Kettenkraftrad. The infantry cart was used all throughout WWII, displaying superior versatility and practicality. Goliath: The Goliath was a remote control operated self-detonation vehicle. An 800m-long cable enabled remote control access to far away targets and remote detonation of its 60kg load of explosives. About the Model 1/48 scale high quality plastic model of the Kettenkraftrad as used during WWII Overall length of Kettenkraftrad: 64mm Set includes accurately detailed Goliath demolition vehicle and infantry cart Includes loads of accessories such as two types of grenade launchers, fuel drum, jerrycans, ammunition boxes, rifles and 1 uniformed driver figure 5 sets of markings to reproduce both the Germany army or Luftwaffe vehicles.
€17.49
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1:48 WWII Ger. Tank Destroy. Marder IIIM

Article number.: 300032568 Product: 1:48 Ger. Tank Destroy. Marder IIIM The Marder III series tank was designed using the chassis of the obsolete 38(t) tank made by the Czech company CKD. This tank destroyer was developed to counter the Russian T-34 and KV-1 tanks. The initial version of the Marder was armed with the PaK 36(r) 7.62cm anti-tank gun. Addition versions of the Marder were created based on the 38(t) tank. The series culminated with the development of the Marder III M, which differed from the earlier models. The Marder III moved the engine to the center of the tank and the fighting compartment to the rear of the vehicle. This revision lowered the profile of the crew compartment allowing for additional armor plates for protection. Between May 1943 and May 1944, 942 Ausf. M tanks were produced. About the model Scale 1/48 Assembly kit Photo-etch parts Not included Decals included Special feature 1 The Marder's combat compartment has been recreated in superb detail.
€23.99
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1:48 WWII Ger.H.Tank Jagdtiger Early Pr.

Article number: 30003269 Product: 1/48 WWII Ger.H.Tank Jagdtiger Early Pr. 1943 saw the production of the worlds heaviest and most powerful tank of its time, the Jagdtiger. Pro-duced by Henschel, it was based on the King Tiger's chassis and featured a long barreled 12.8cm gun which showed great offensive capabilities being able to knock out Allied tanks from a great distances. Along with its new design, the large sized fixed fighting compartment was given a 250mm thick front defensive armament which was unique to this tank. First appearing at the Ardennes offensive in December 1944, the Jagdtiger mostly fought against Allied forces in Western Germany from January 1945. Up until April 1945, more than 80 Jagdtigers and another ten with "Porsche turrets" were produced.
€33.99
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1:48 WWII Ger.Kübelw.Typ82 Pkw.K1 Afrika

Article number: 300032503 Product: 1:48 Dt. Kübelw.Typ82 Pkw.K1 Afrika One of the most widely used WWII vehicles, the Kübelwagen Type 82 featured a lightweight monocoque body, four wheel independent torsion bar suspension and a 23.5hp air-cooled 4 cylinder 985cc engine. Based on Dr. Ferdinand Porsche's Volkswagen, the Type 82 possessed excellent maneuverability and handling, serving as a multi-purpose vehicle for the army as well as the Luftwaffe (air force). In total over 50,000 units were produced during WWII, with slight variations between models including shape of rear fender, under guard, turn signals and exhaust layout. The Kübelwagen was first deployed to the North Africa campaign in 1941, with a specialised Africa Corps version featuring balloon tires going into production from 1942. Designed to be more suited to desert conditions, the Africa Corps model was used during both the North Africa and Italian campaigns. Overall length: 79.5mm, overall width: 33.5mm Bonnet, short fender, balloon tires and other distinctive characteristics of the Africa-Corps Kübelwagen have all been authentically reproduced 1 driver and 1 pilot figure wearing shorts and rolled sleeve shirt included Decals for 5 different markings Perfect for diorama with German aircraft from the 1/48 Aircraft Series such as the Messerschmitt Bf109E-4/7 Trop
€12.99
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1:48 WWII Ger.Kübelwagen Typ 82 Pkw.K1

Article number: 300032501 Product: 1/48 WWII Ger.Kübelwagen Typ 82 Pkw.K1 Tamiya now introduces the first item in the 1/48 Military Miniature Vehicle Series: The Kubelwagen Type 82. This very popular vehicle was not only employed by the Wehrmacht but also by the Luftwaffe. This vehicle is perfect for people who want to create realistic dioramas. Set includes 2 figures. Front doors come as separate parts and can be attached in opened or closed position. About the German Kubelwagen Type 82 In February 1936, Dr. Ferdinand Porsche presented his first prototype of the "People's Car", which was to be the base of the Volkswagen "Beetle". However, with the outbreak of WWII, all manufacture of the Volkswagen was immediately turned to military production. In January 1938, German Defense Forces presented specifications for a military version of this practical vehicle. In November of that same year, a prototype was completed and it was officially designated Pkw. K1 "Kubelwagen" Type 82. The vehicle used a light but sturdy monocoque construction with foldable canvas top. With its reliable engine and heavy duty suspension, the Kubelwagen immediately came to be used by every unit, from the scorching desert of Africa to the frozen Russian Eastern Front. About 51,000 Kubelwagens, including several variations, were rolled out from the factory by the end of WWII.
€17.99
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1:48 WWII Ger.Sd.Kfz.181 Tiger I Ausf.E

Article number: 300032504 Product: 1/48 WWII Ger.Sd.Kfz.181 Tiger I Ausf.E Answering the requests from AFV fans all around the world, Tamiya is proud to introduce our first amazing tank to the 1/48 scale Military Miniature Series. And what tank could be more appropriate than the awesome Tiger I?! In a size that sits comfortably in the palm of your hand, this is a must have for all diorama fanatics and AFV collectors. For our first tank release there was no looking past the Tiger I. One of the most sophisticated and best engineered WWII tanks, the Tiger I saw action across all fronts and remains one of the most popular builds amongst AFV modelers. Lining this beautifully detailed model with other 1/48 scale WWII vehicles or aircraft and you will feel the true size and refined power of this amazing war machine. About the Tiger I Towards the middle of WWII, the Wehrmacht was hard pressed on two fronts, facing tough fighting against the superior Soviet T34 and KV-I tanks in the East, and retreating in the face of the Allied offensive in North Africa. But in late 1942, German units were assigned a powerful new war machine that far surpassed the Panzer III and Panzer IV tanks: the Tiger I. Equipped with the awesome 88mm main gun, 100mm thick armor at the front, 80mm armor on the sides, and a 650hp Maybach engine, the Tiger I is widely considered to be the most powerful and sophisticated tank of its time. Henschel produced over 1,300 Tiger I heavy tanks during the period of the war, ranging from initial production to modified late production models. The approximately 200 models produced from November 1942 to June 1943 are characterized as early production models. Distinctive features of early production Tiger I tanks include the large cylinder shaped cupola with a smoke discharger and pistol ports on the turret. The Tiger I first saw action against the Soviets near Leningrad, and went on to serve with distinction on the Eastern, Western, Italian and African fronts, gaining the fear and respect of
€34.49
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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 German Motorcycle&Sidecar (2)

Article number: 300032578 Product: 1/48 WWII German Motorcycle&Sidecar (2) Add some more detail to your 1/48 scale dioramas with this scale model of a German motorcycle and side car. Side cars were paired with motorcycles by German forces in many areas of the WWII conflict, and their excellent off-road ability combined with the bike’s engine power made them a useful asset in transporting soldiers and equipment, some even being mounted with machine guns.
€13.79
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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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1:48 WWII US P-51D Mustang&Staff Car (2)

Article number: 300089732 Product: 1:48 WWII US P-51D Mustang&Staff Car (2) Tamiya"s 1/48 scale North American P-51D Mustang is widely considered by aviation model enthusiasts as the most accurate and well-engineered scale model kit of this aircraft. This critically acclaimed aircraft kit has now been packaged together with a new 1/48 scale Military Miniature Staff Car to add another element to the models display possibilities. When the U.S. formally entered WWII in 1941, its automobile industry was called upon by President Roosevelt to become the "Arsenal of Democracy." Detroit responded by halting new car development and changing its assembly lines to churn out tanks, planes, and other war equipment. The 4-door sedan selected for use as a military staff car was the last new car model available until the end of hostilities in 1945. It featured distinctive "suicide" rear doors, V8 engine, and had a fuel-fired heater in the passenger compartment. Combination set containing 1/48 scale assembly kit models of the North American P-51D Mustang and staff car. Existing P-51D kit (ITEM 61089) parts used, with brand new sprues included for pilot figure and fuel tanks, as well as 3 types of new markings. The staff car is the first of its kind in this scale, and the new moldings accurately reproduce its rounded body and distinctive bulbous fenders. Staff car also features die-cast chassis to give it an additional sense of volume.
€48.99
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1:48 WWII US Willys Jeep w/Fig.-Set (9)

Article number: 300032552 Product: 1/48 WWII US Willys Jeep w/Fig.-Set (9) Following the release of ITEM 32547 WWII German Tank Crew Field Maintenance Set, Tamiya is now planning another substantial figure and accessory set to add to our 1/48 MM lineup. This set will feature several U.S. infantry figures in life-like poses and an assortment of accessories that can be used to liven up any diorama.
€29.99
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1:48 German PzKpfw. 38(t) Ausf.E/F

Article number: 300032583 Product: 1:48 WWII PzKpfw. 38(t) Ausf. E/F This is a model of the German light tank 38(t) in 1/48 scale. The 38(t) was designed and entered production for the Czechoslovak Army as the LT vz. 38, however before any could be delivered Germany occupied then divided the country. They rated the tank highly, ordering continued production of the initial lot of 150, renaming it the 38(t) with (t) denoting its Czech origin. It went on to serve as the front-line tank for the Wehrmacht in early WWII, from the initial operations in Poland up to and including Operation Barbarossa, the invasion of the Soviet Union in June 1941. It wielded a 37mm gun with 90 rounds on board, a coaxial 7.92mm MG37(t) machine gun, and another MG37 on the front left of the vehicle. 42km/h was squeezed out of the 6-cylinder engine. Ausf.E/F 38(t) variants featured doubled front armor thickness at 50mm, with 30mm on the hull and turret sides. 525 were produced in the period from November 1940 to October 1941.
€20.49
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1:48 WWII British M10 IIC Achilles

Article number: 300032582 Product: 1:48 WWII British M10 IIC Achilles Britain was supplied with a number of American M10 tank destroyers under the Lend-Lease programme. The M10 was based upon the famed M4 Sherman tank, but with lighter and more highly sloped armor which allowed the M10 to reach higher speeds. The British switched the original U.S. 3-inch gun with their own powerful 17-pounder on over 1,000 M10s, changing the name to IIC, or sometimes "Achilles". While the new gun required a muzzle brake to be fitted onto the vehicle, other modifications were limited to thicker front and side armor, plus a turret-top shield. With this year marking the 70th anniversary of the D-Day operations, the Achilles provides a timely new face for the 1/48 Military Miniatures series. About the Model • This is a 1/48 scale plastic model assembly kit. Length: 152mm, width: 63mm. • The form of the Achilles with British 17-pounder gun and characteristic "duck bill" muzzle brake is faithfully recreated. • The model depicts a late production version of the tank destroyer with suspension bogies raised upon support roller brackets. • The open top fighting department is authentically reproduced using a limited number of parts. • Includes markings to recreate an Achilles which took part in the Normandy landings that were central to the D-Day operation. • Features a plastic lower hull.
€24.99
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1:48 WWII Figure-Set Ger.Pz.Grenadi.(15)

Article number: 300032514 Product: 1/48 WWII Figure-Set Ger.Pz.Grenadi.(15) German Figures Set Part 2 Adding a 3rd figure set to our popular 1/48 MM Series, this selection features Late WWII German Panzer Grenadiers together with tank crewmen and a driver and officer figure specially designed for displaying with 1/48 scale light vehicles such as the Schwimmwagen. About the Uniforms The German army in WWII is known for employing a wide variety of advanced and creative camouflage uniforms. One example is the reversible camouflage smock which featured a spring pattern on one side, and fall pattern on the other. The M44 fatigues issued from spring 1944 featured pea pattern camouflage of green, gray, brown and black spots on a neutral background. German troops such as Panzer grenadiers used this uniform, together with a variety of camouflage smocks, in the latter part of the war. Armored crews initially wore black fatigues, but began using camouflage uniforms from the middle of the war. While some units favored black leather jackets, the hooded combat jacket issued in 1942 was used widely until the closing days of WWII.
€15.89
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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. About the Model 1/48 scale replica of the Schwimmwagen Type 166 featuring 1/35 Military Miniature series detail. Overall length: 82mm, Overall width: 29mm High-quality interior detailing including dashboard, seats and transparent parts for window. Screw propeller can be assembled in the up or down position. Set includes decals for 2 different markings.
€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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