Showcase Collection

Corgi's Showcase collection includes military vehicles, and road haulage trucks.
World of Tanks puts you in command of over 600 war machines from the mid-20th century, so you can test your mettle against players from around the world with the ultimate war machines of the era.

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One of the most distinctive tanks of the Second World War, the British Churchill heavy infantry tank may have looked a little ungainly, but was actually an extremely capable fighting vehicle and one of the heaviest allied tanks to see combat.
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World of Tanks puts you in command of over 600 war machines from the mid-20th century, so you can test your mettle against players from around the world with the ultimate war machines of the era.

Corgi are pleased to offer the first wave of highly detailed die-cast models to collect and enhance your gameplay.

This famous tank was produced from January 1943 through April 1945, with a total of 5,796 vehicles built plus eight vehicles built on the F series chassis.
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World of Tanks puts you in command of over 600 war machines from the mid-20th century, so you can test your mettle against players from around the world with the ultimate war machines of the era.

While it was the most heavily armored tank carrying the most powerful anti-tank gun, the vehicle's drawbacks included an overloaded suspension and engine-transmission group as well as excessive general mass. When engaging enemy vehicles at long range, the Tiger II had an upper hand over any other vehicle in terms of the gun and armor protection.

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One of the most famous military light utility vehicles ever produced, the 4 wheel drive Willys Jeep was in widespread Allied service from 1941 onwards and has been described as America's greatest single contribution to modern warfare. With 360,000 Willys MB vehicles produced, this fast and reliable off-road capable vehicle could be adapted to perform a huge variety of tasks and became a vital battlefield asset in almost every theatre of conflict.From reconnaissance and re-supply to casualty evacuation and officer transport, the Willys Jeep became a means of military mobility as important as the horse was during the Great War.
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One of the most distinctive tanks of the Second World War, the British Churchill heavy infantry tank may have looked a little ungainly, but was actually an extremely capable fighting vehicle and one of the heaviest Allied tanks to see combat. Possessing exceptional hill climbing capabilities, the relatively slow, yet extremely reliable Churchill had frontal armour protection which was thicker that that used on the feared German Tiger and despite first entering service in 1941, large numbers of these tanks would be deployed following the D-Day landings. Several special purpose variants of the Churchill were also produced, which included flamethrower, bridge layer and bunker buster tanks.
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World of Tanks puts you in command of over 600 war machines from the mid-20th century, so you can test your mettle against players from around the world with the ultimate war machines of the era.

Corgi are pleased to offer the first wave of highly detailed die-cast models to collect and enhance your gameplay.

Development of the Tiger I was started in 1937 by the Henschel company. Mass production began in 1942, with an eventual total of 1,354 vehicles manufactured. The tank first saw combat in the fighting for Leningrad, and Tigers were at the forefront of battles from Tunisia to Kursk. Although production was discontinued in the summer of 1944, the Tiger I continued to see action until the end of the war.
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An extremely capable main battle tank, the M48 Patton was the third US tank to be named after the famous WWII general George S Patton, who was a strong advocate of the use of tanks on the modern battlefield. Introduced in 1953, the M48 would be used extensively by American forces during the Vietnam War, where it would perform well, but more in an infantry support role as opposed to tank destroyer. It would also go on to be an export success, seeing service with around twenty countries all over the world, with many still in service during the last years of the 20th Century.
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One of the key requirements of the modern battlefield is to have mobile infantry units supporting their heavy armour, both to protect the tanks and to secure any territorial gains they may have made. During WWII, the most famous Allied armoured personnel carrier was the M3 Half Track series of vehicles, which were large enough to transport a fully armed squad of 12 troops and provide them with protection from small arms fire and shrapnel.Fast and extremely mobile, around 53,000 of these vehicles were built in several different combat configurations, proving to be one of the most useful armoured fighting vehicles of the war.
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One of the world's truly great tanks, the Panzer IV was in production throughout the Second World War and was built in greater numbers than any other German tank. Forming the backbone of Wehrmacht armoured divisions during WWII, this tank was continually improved during its service career and was fitted with a number of different main armament configurations, as well as forming the basis of several other fighting vehicles, such as tank destroyers, assault guns and self-propelled anti-aircraft guns. Despite being the oldest German tank still in service, the Panzer IV was the most numerous type encountered by the Allies following D-Day.
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Arguably the most famous tank in the history of warfare, the mighty German Tiger was a fearsome weapon, capable of destroying most Allied tanks at ranges far in excess of those where they could effectively return fire.Utilising the powerful 88mm tank gun and exceptional sighting optics, the Tiger took a heavy toll of Allied armour following its combat introduction on the Eastern Front in 1942, but these beasts were over-engineered and expensive to produce, resulting in only 1,347 tanks eventually being produced. Despite these relatively small numbers seeing combat, the Tiger tank created a battlefield legacy which endures to this day.
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Although often overshadowed by the more famous Tiger tank, the Panther is generally regarded as Germany's best tank of the Second World War. An effective combination of mobility, fire power and armoured protection, the Panther was originally developed to counter the success of the Soviet T-34 on the Eastern Front.Despite initial problems associated with its rushed service introduction, would go on to become one of the most feared armoured adversaries on the battlefields of Europe. Much cheaper to produce that a Tiger, Wehrmacht units could receive five of these highly effective tanks for the price of a single Tiger I.
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Originally conceived as a fast and mobile tank killer, the M8 Greyhound armoured car was not built to withstand the punishment it would receive at the hands of Germany's main battle tanks and was therefore used more for reconnaissance patrols and armoured escort duties. Open turret variants of the Greyhound afforded their commanders an exceptional view of the battlefield, although this feature was understandably less popular during poor weather conditions.Amazingly, one M8 is reported to have destroyed a mighty German King Tiger in December 1944, sneaking up behind it and firing three rounds into its engine before the Tigers turret could traverse round.
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The diminutive M3 Stuart light tank occupies an important position in the history of WWII, as it was the first American tank made available to British and Commonwealth forces via the Lend-Lease programme.Used in the North African campaign, the M3 proved to be an extremely reliable and relatively fast tank, earning the respect of British crews who quickly learned to use it to its best potential. The M3 would also be used by the Americans during their first tank versus tank engagements of WWII and despite being outclassed by most German tanks, would be used extensively in support and reconnaissance roles following the D-Day landings.
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As Germany's heaviest operational tank of the Second World War, the mighty Tiger II or King Tiger weighed in at an astonishing 68 tons, even though it was still powered by the same 12 cylinder Maybach engine which powered the significantly lighter Tiger I. Built around a new long barrelled 88mm anti-tank gun, the Tiger II was perhaps the ultimate development of the tank during WWII and was superior to any Allied tank in service.Introduced just weeks after D-Day, these fearsome machines were never available in enough numbers to make a difference on the battlefield and for the cost of one King Tiger, the Allies could produce nine M4 Shermans.
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World of Tanks puts you in command of over 600 war machines from the mid-20th century, so you can test your mettle against players from around the world with the ultimate war machines of the era.

Corgi are pleased to offer the first wave of highly detailed die-cast models to collect and enhance your gameplay.

A modification of the M48 tank of 1970, developed to modernize the remaining M48 tanks in service up to the M60 tanks level. The modification featured a new engine, armament, and fire control system.
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World of Tanks puts you in command of over 600 war machines from the mid-20th century, so you can test your mettle against players from around the world with the ultimate war machines of the era.

The first production version of the Sherman, the most common American tank, with an amazing total of 49,234 vehicles manufactured and which first saw combat in North Africa.
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Corgi are pleased to offer the first wave of highly detailed die-cast models to collect and enhance your gameplay.The G variant of the Pz. IV was produced starting in May 1942. In April 1943, production began on the H variant and eventually, the most massively produced version of the Pz. IV.The Ausf. H shared the upgraded gun of the Ausf. G, and utilized a single 80-mm front glacis plate instead of layered plates.
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World of Tanks puts you in command of over 600 war machines from the mid-20th century, so you can test your mettle against players from around the world with the ultimate war machines of the era.

Corgi are pleased to offer the first wave of highly detailed die-cast models to collect and enhance your gameplay.

Final modification of the T-34 tank of 1943. A total of more than 35,000, in several variants, were produced.
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World of Tanks puts you in command of over 600 war machines from the mid-20th century, so you can test your mettle against players from around the world with the ultimate war machines of the era.

Corgi are pleased to offer the first wave of highly detailed die-cast models to collect and enhance your gameplay.

The M3 Stuart Developed in 1938 through 1941 on the basis of the M2. 
More than 13,000 vehicles in various versions were built. The M3 first saw action in the battle at Sidi Rezegh.
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Showcase Collection models are not made to a consistent scale, all the models being designed to be a similar size, better suited to shallow display cases. The range of subjects is vast, something for collectors of military or civilian aircraft or vehicles.