US Sherman M4A3(75)W
Late production M4A3 armed with a 75mm gun. 47 degree hull front, commander's vision cupola, loaders hatch in the turret roof and ammunition stored in racks protected by a glycerine and water "sandwich" - "wet stowage" (W).
Dodge 3/4 ton Weapons Carrier
Part of the range of 3/4 ton vehicles introduced in 1942. This kit features a vehicle without winch, over 120,000 of which were built before production ceased in 1945. They saw extensive service with all the Allies in all theatres of World War 2. Kit IR-01 in the...
U.S. M10 Tank Destroyer
The M10 GMC (Gun Motor Carraige) first saw action in Tunisia in March 1943. It mounted the high velocity 3in. (76.2mm) M7 anti-aircraft gun in an open-topped turret on a modified M4A2 chassis. They served with all the Allies in Italy and N.W. Europe and with the U.S. Marines...
Dodge 3/4 ton Command Car
The 4x4 Command Car was one of the range of 3/4 ton vehicles introduced in 1942. 21,000 without and 6,000 with a front-mounted winch were built before production terminated in 1944. Many remained in service with smaller nations for decades after the War ended. ...
U.S. M4 (105) Sherman
Shermans armed with the U.S. 105mm howitzer were used by both the Americans and the British. 800 were produced with the VVSS suspension modelled here. They frequently towed the M8 Armoured Trailer (Accessory Pak A36) carrying extra ammunition.
U.S. M36 Tank Destroyer
In the summer of 1944, the only American gun capable of defeating the heavier German armour was the 90mm anti-aircraft gun, M1. In July 1944 a modified version of this gun was mounted in an open-topped turret and fitted to the chassis of the M10A1 tank destroyer - and hurriedly...
U.S. M5 Stuart Light Tank
The M5 was adopted as the standard light tank of the US armoured divisions in February 1942. Production switched from the M3 series and over 2000 M5s had beeen built by December. Small numbers were supplied to the British, who used them in N.W. Europe.
Dodge 3/4 ton Ambulance WC-54
One of the 3/4 ton series introduced in 1942. Over 29,000 were built berore production ceased in 1945. They saw extensive service, not only in WW2 but also throughout the Korean War.
M4 Sherman - Mid Production
This kit depicts a tank manufactured during the latter half of 1943 - 60 degree hull front. one-piece cast transmission cover, applique armour over the hull ammunition racks and on the turret side, plus the wider M34A1 combination gun mount.
US M5A1 Light Tank
The redesigned turret destined for the M3A3 allowed for a radio set to be fitted in the rear extension and for an improved combination gun mount, the M44. This turret started to be fitted to the M5 chassis in November 1942. The resulting vehicle was designated M5A1 and nearly...