Mercedes-Benz le Pkw 170VK
Built on a modified 4x2 passenger car chassis, some 19,000 were produced between 1938 and 1942 - making it the second most produced "bucket car" after the VW Kubelwagen. It's reliability made it popular with troops.
Phanomen Granit 1500A Kfz. 70
Phanomen produced good quality light commercial vehicles. Their 1500 range of 4x4 (A) and 4x2 (S) vehicles was introduced in 1942 and used extensively by the Wehrmacht. They were robust and easy to maintain and popular with the troops. Built in avariety of body styles -...
Mercedes 170 Radio Car Kfz 2
The Mercedes 170 VK was the most numerous of the "bucket" cars after the VW Kubelwagen, which it supplemented in the Kfz.2 (Radio), 2/40 (Light Field Repairs) and Kfz.3 (Light Survey Section) roles. Some 19,000 were produced between 1938 and 1942.
Mercedes Light Repair Vehicle Kfz 2/4
19,000 of the Mercedes "Kubel" were produced between 1938 and 1942. The Kfz.2/40 was equipped to carry out light field repairs. This kit features sidescreens and provides alternative parts for the roof to be modelled up or down.
Morris Umbauwagen Kfz.12
The Germans captured large quantities of British vehicles at Dunkirk and in the early clashes in the desert. Some were put to use in their original format while significant quantities were converted to specifications more suitable to German use. This kit features a Morris...
Sd.Kfz.250/9 Recce Vehicle
Designed to replace the Sd.Kfz.222 light scout vehicle, the Sd.Kfz.250/9 was introduced in 1943. It mounted the 222 turret on the half-track Sd.Kfz.250 chassis in an attempt to improve cross-country performance, particularly in the mud of the Eastern Front.
Tatra T-57K Kubelwagen
These were not German conversions of captured vehicles, but were purpose-built for the Wehrmacht between 1941 and 1943. Although rarely seen on photographs, some 6000 were produced.
Daimler Armoured Car MkII
The Daimler was the best British armoured car of World War 2. The Mk I entered service with the Armoured Car Regiments of Armoured Divisions in 1941 and was used primarily for recce. Reliable, fast and compact, it was very popular with it's crews.
It was armed with a 2pdr. and a co-axial 7.92mm...
Marmon Herrington MkII Armoured Car
Armament of the basic Marmon Herrington armoured car was one 0.55 inch Boys ant-tank rifle and a co-axial 0.303 inch Bren Gun. A Vickers 0.303 inch mg. was provided for AA use. The 20mm Breda cannon entered service with the Italian Army in 1935 and proved to be an effective...