Panzer III Ausf. F
435 of the Panzer III Ausf.F were built from September 1939 to July 1940. The majority were armed with a 37mm. gun fitted to an internal mantlet. The final 100 or so were armed with the 5cm. KwK L/42. Not available in time for the start of the invasion of France,...
Panzer III Ausf. G
The evolution of the Panzer III continued into the Ausf.G - 600 of which were built between April 1940 and February 1942 and were the first to be armed with the 5cm. gun. They fought with the Afrika Korps and in Russia.
Tiger 1 Ausf. E - Late Production
Tiger production started in 1942. This is the final version with resilient steel-tyred roadwheels and the deletion of the outer row, Zimmerit anti-magnetic paste and the late-style commander's cupola.
17pdr. Firefly Mk 1C - Hybrid
The Brish used large numbers of Shermans during World War 2. A major development was the fitting of the 17pdr. to a proportion of them. At the time of the Normandy Campaign they were the only British tanks capable of taking on the German Tigers and Panthers on anything...
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.
Panzer III Ausf. H
The Ausf.H featured a redesigned turret, bolted-on additional hull armour and a new drive sprocket and rear idler. It was the first Panzer III to have a turret basket. 308 were produced between October 1940 and April 1941 and served in the desert, the Balkans and Russia.
T-34 Model 1943
Introduced in late 1942, this model featured a new hexagonal turret. It became the most numerous of the T-34/76s and remained in production until the spring of 1944, when it was replaced by the T-34/85.
B IV C Heavy Demolition Vehicle
The BIV Ausf.C was introduced in December 1943 and was designed to carry a heavy demolition charge to a specific target. These vehicles equipped special Panzer abteillungen and were remotely guided to their target by control tanks (see RESTRICTED ISSUE Kit IR-12). 305 Ausf.C...
Based on the T-34 Model 1943, the OT-34 was equipped with an ATO-42 Flame Projector mounted in place of the hull MG. It had a range of 120 metres and 200 litres of fuel were carried inside the vehicle. The kit features a late-production "softedge" turret, fitted...
Panzer IV Ausf. E
223 Ausf.E were produced between September 1940 and April 1941. They had bolted-on additional armour and a re-designed turret. They served in the Balkans, North Africa and Russia. Some were still in service in early 1944.