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The LRDG (Long Range Desert Group) was a British unit which served in North Africa during WWII, performing reconnaissance and raiding duties. Their command cars were trucks which had been modified with weaponry, and proved to be a thorn in the side of German units in the area. Now, this comprehensive set, done in collaboration between Tamiya and Master Box Ltd., lets you create your own diorama with 7 figures in realistic poses, a vehicle and accessories all thrown in one box!
This Military Collection series product takes the modern ICM P204(f) armored railway vehicle kit and pairs it with Tamiya contents such as two figures, accessories, and decals. The subject is the P204(f), which was an armored railway vehicle that German forces made by converting commandeered French AMD35 road vehicles. P204(f)s were used on railway lines on the Eastern Front, mainly given a watching instruction but sometimes involved in seeking out enemy presence.
• 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit. Vehicle length: 145mm, width: 57mm.
• Two 197mm lengths of rail-track are included (the ICM kit only included one).
• Two Tamiya figures included: a commander, plus a soldier in greatcoat with a rifle on his shoulder.
• Accessories include: shell cases, helmets, firearms and more.
• 2 marking options included, recreating vehicles seen on the Eastern Front.
• NOTE: Vehicle and track parts are a product of ICM.
This ALL-NEW model kit recreates the British Cruiser Tank A34 Comet in 1/35 scale!
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This is a 1/35 WWII German Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer from Tamiya. It's regarded as one of the best tracked weapons systems of WWII. The production started in Jan 1944. The late version has a larger bolt-fixed gun mantlet collar and larger diameter idler wheels.
Despite the serious teething problems in its mechanics, the British Infantry Tank MK.IV or the "Churchill" went on to earn a high reputation among the WW2 British armored fighting vehicles. Following the tradition of the rhombic-shaped predecessors during WW1, its design priority was placed on heavy armor, a wide trench crossing capacity and the ability to travel across the shell-torn battlefields. Speed was not considered to be essential, since its main role would be to escort and support the infantry. Christened the "Churchill" after the Prime Minister of England, it began to arrive at the Tank Regiments in June 1941. The Churchill tank stable is classified into several types according to the main armament used, or the hull and turret construction. The MK.VII was radically different from the earlier models, with the hull and turret completely new in structure. The entire hull was welded, rather than being riveted. The maximum armor thickness was increased from 102mm to 152mm. Consequently, the weight augmented to 40 tons, resulting in a reduction in top speed from 18 to 13 mph. The turret was redesigned for higher strength and improved productivity. The four walls were a single casting of varying thickness, onto which the roof plate was welded. The powerful 75mm gun was adopted as the main armament. The active service of the Churchill tanks, especially from D-Day onwards, is worthy of the name of the principal British tank.
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.
This TAMIYA model recreates the German WWII self-propelled gun Howitzer Hummel (Late Production). Its name translates to “bumblebee”. The Hummel was designed to fulfil demand for mobile artillery support for German tank units. Based upon the Geschützwagen III/IV (also used on the Nashorn), it sported an L/30 15cm howitzer and open top fighting compartment. Hummels were designed in 1942 and debuted on the Eastern Front in 1943; they were also seen in North-West Europe and Italy in the latter half of WWII.
• 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit.
• Features completely new molded parts for upper hull, fighting compartment, gun, and more (lower hull and road wheels are those from the Nashorn kit (Item 35335).
• Late production tracks are depicted with assembly parts using one-piece straight sections, offering highly realistic depictions of upper run "sag."
• Includes accessories, recreating rounds, cases and more.
• 3 brand new figures included.
• Comes with 2 marking options.
• Separately sold metal gun barrel detail-up parts enhance the realism of the model further!
Length: 95mm, width: 48mm.
This modern Tamiya classic, originally released in 2005, has been updated with plastic road wheel parts in place of the original's die-cast components.
The Leclerc featured a 4-stroke V8 diesel allowing a top speed of 72km/h on road and 50km/h cross country, and was equipped with a French-built 120mm, L/52 smoothbore cannon. Series 2 tanks had an air conditioner to cool the computer system as well as several other improvements.
• 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit. Length: 306mm.
• The Leclerc is captured with exceptional detail, including Series 2 specific smoke dischargers, stowage boxes, short and long snorkels, and air conditioning unit.
• French developed 120mm smoothbore gun with thermal sleeve is accurately reproduced.
• Clear parts recreate headlights, taillights and periscope lenses.
• Rear hull includes finely detailed engine grille and surface imperfections reproducing the non-slip finish of the actual tank. Other details include tow cable, external fuel tank, fuel tank pipe stay and fuel tank stays.
• Commander's post features rotating sight and a commander figure.
• Features 4 marking options, three in the 3-color NATO camouflage, and one in desert colors.
• Compatible with Item 35280, a dedicated photo-etched parts set for the Tamiya 1/35 Leclerc Series 2
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This is the 1/48 Scale JGSDF Type 10 Tank
Plastic Model Kit from the Tamiya Military Miniature Series.
Suitable for Ages 14 & Older.
FEATURES: Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in olive green
Designed with extensive access to actual tank
Modern form with sloped armor accurately captured
Hull weights give a realistic heavy feel
Assembly-type tracks with single-piece straight sections
Commander torso figure
Metal weights included
OPTIONS: One decal sheet with markings for 2 versions:
1) 1st Company, 1st Tank Battalion
2) 1st Company, 8th Tank Battalion
INCLUDES: One plastic model
This 1/35 scale model assembly kit depicts the M18 Hellcat. The M18 Hellcat was an American tank destroyer used during World War II, and also deployed in the Korean war. The tank featured a compact torsion bar suspension equipped with the 76.2mm tank gun. About 2,500 units were produced and the M18 proved a fearsome opponent for the German Army until the end of the war from the start of its service at the Italian Front in early 1944.
• 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit. Length: 192mm, width: 80mm.
• Details include the inspection hatch on the left front of the side hull and front-curved armor plate based on extensive research of actual vehicle.
• Features a realistic depiction of turret interior such as the main gun breech attached slantingly, shell rack, transceiver, and turning gears.
• The gun shield canvas cover surface texture is faithfully depicted.
• The complex suspension is captured with ergonomic parts breakdown.
• Clear parts are used to recreate the headlight lens.
• Assembly type single pin tracks have one-piece straight sections.
• One figure is included to depict a standing tank soldier.
• Comes with two marking options to recreate Italian Front vehicles.
You will be able to provide your 1/35 scale model with an even greater air of realism once it is fully loaded with accessories from this set. A rich assortment of allied army use equipment such as drum cans, jerry cans, buckets, a variety of canvas goods including bags, and vehicle weight plates are realistically reproduced.