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...
Morris CS8 15cwt GS Truck
The British used 15cwt trucks in large numbers throughout World War 2. The Morris Commercial CS8 was the first to be produced to a War Department specification and entered service in 1936. There were a variety of body styles to suit different roles. This is the...
Humber FWD 8cwt GS Truck
The British built 8cwt. trucks in considerable numbers from just before the Second World War. All had either general service or wireless (see CLASSICS kits 084 and 086) bodywork. This 4x4 was introduced in an attempt to improve the poor cross-country performance of the...
Bedford OWST Tipper Truck
Introduced in 1941, the Bedford OWST Tipper was rated to carry up to five ton loads. It was used by the R.A.F. and the U.S. Army (under a programme called Reverse Lend Lease). It was also made available to "essential civilian transport". They served with...
Morris PU 8cwt GS Truck
The British built and used 8cwt. trucks in large numbers, despite their small carrying capacity and poor cross-country performance. The PU8 was phased out of production in 1941.
Morris C4 Mk II 15cwt GS Truck
The British used large numbers of 15cwt. trucks throughout World War II. The C4 Mk.II was introduced in 1942. The wheelbase was lengthened by 9" to solve the weight distribution problems suffered by it's predecessors, the CS8 and C4.
Ford WOT2C 15cwt 4x2 Infantry Truck
Almost 60,000 of the WOT2 series were produced between 1939 and 1945. This kit features an open cab with the small horizontal windshields introduced with the 2C variant.
Ford WOT2D 15cwt GS Van
The Ford WOT2 chassis was in production throughout World War 2 with periodic changes and improvements. A fixed-tilt body, to protect ammunition, rations and bedding from the weather (not infantry!) was designed and fitted to the 2B and 2D variants.
Morris CS8 Wireless Truck
The short wheelbase of the CS8 created a weight distribution problem as there was a significant overhang at the rear of the vehicle, particularly with the house-type wireless body. The body was built of wood and provided seating for three men. It carried a No.9 Wireless Set...
Morris C4 MK 1 15cwt Truck
The C4 was introduced some time in 1941, to replace the earlier CS8. It featured a metal half-cab and a full-width windscreen, but retained the short wheelbase of the CS8 and thus inherited the weight distribution and handling problems created by the large overhang at the rear of the...