This highly detailed plastic kit depicts a SdKfz 251 Ausf D with a Wurfrahmen 40 multiple rocket launcher. The Wurfrahmen 40 frame is detachable enabling you to revert the vehicle into a standard SdKfz 251/1D personnel carrier.Number of Parts: 70 pieces / 3 sprues
Stowage for German armoured vehicles.Number of Parts: 94 pieces / 2 identical sprues
The M5A1 light tank was essentially an M5 with the larger turret first introduced on the M3A3. Production began in early 1943, and a total of 6,810 M5A1s were produced. By June 1944, the US Army had almost most entirely switched to the M5A1. It was also used by the US Marines.
The M8 75mm Howitzer Motor Carriage (HMC) was based on the M5 (Stuart) chassis. It was intended to provide indirect fire support for armoured reconnaissance units. A total of 1,778 M8s were produced from Sept 42 to Jan 44. The M8 was used by the US Army and Free French in Italy and Northwest Europe, and by the US Army in the Pacific. Eventually replaced by the M4 (105mm) and M7 Priest, it saw service after WW2 with the French Expeditionary Force in Vietnam & Algeria.
This 3 sprue kit enables you to build six variants of the A15 Crusader, including the Mk I / I CS / II / II CS / III / AA (Mk II/III), the CS standing for Combat Support, with a 3 inch howitzer in the turret instead of the 2-pounder.Number of Parts: 70 pieces / 3 sprues
This kit for the 3-ton Opel Blitz truck includes a single piece engine & driver cab for ease of assembly and model integrity without scarifying details. It also comes with a detachable canvas top with an open or close rear tarpaulin, optional benches, searchlights, spare tire, under-carriage storage boxes and fuel cans. Driver and passenger included!Number of Parts: 49 pieces / 2 sprues
The M8 Greyhound light armoured car entered combat service with the Allies in 1943. It was purpose designed to serve as the primary basic command and communication combat vehicle of the US Cavalry Reconnaissance TroopsNumber of Parts: 53 pieces / 2 sprues