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Unimax Forces of Valor German Kfz. 70 Personnel Carrier Eastern Front 1941 Livery<p>1/32 Scale</p><p>Dimensions - Length 6.25 in Width 2.75 in Height 2.00 in</p><p>Weight - 0.32 lbs</p><p>The "Krupp-Protze" was a six-wheeled German truck and artillery tractor used by German forces in WW II. It was powered by a 55 hp or 60 hp (since 1936) Krupp M 304 4-cylinder petrol engine. Its main purpose was to tow artillery, and transport motorized infantry.

This vehicle was extensively used on the Eastern Front, North African campaign and in France and Sicily. The "Krupp-Protze" was of relatively advanced design. It was mass-manufactured between 1933 and 1941. Its fuel consumption was relatively high (24 Litres / 100 km on road). Total production was about 7,000 units.</p>The model &nbsp;is of a Kfz. 70 as seen on the Eastern Front in 1941.
Unimax Forces of Valor German Kfz. 70 Personnel Carrier Eastern Front 1941 Livery

1/32 Scale

Dimensions - Length 6.25 in Width 2.75 in Height 2.00 in

Weight - 0.32 lbs

The "Krupp-Protze" was a six-wheeled German truck and artillery tractor used by German forces in WW II. It was powered by a 55 hp or 60 hp (since 1936) Krupp M 304 4-cylinder petrol engine. Its main purpose was to tow artillery, and transport motorized infantry. This vehicle was extensively used on the Eastern Front, North African campaign and in France and Sicily. The "Krupp-Protze" was of relatively advanced design. It was mass-manufactured between 1933 and 1941. Its fuel consumption was relatively high (24 Litres / 100 km on road). Total production was about 7,000 units.

The model  is of a Kfz. 70 as seen on the Eastern Front in 1941.
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Unimax Forces of Valor German Kfz. 69 towed Pak 36 Baltic 1941 Livery<p>1/32 Scale</p><p>The "Krupp-Protze" was a six-wheeled German truck and artillery tractor used by German forces in World War II. It was powered by a 55 hp or 60 hp (after 1936) Krupp M 304 4-cylinder petrol engine. Its main purpose was to tow artillery, especially the PaK 36. The Pak 36 (Panzerabwehrkanone 36) was a German anti-tank gun that fired a 3.7 cm calibre shell. It was the main anti-tank weapon of Wehrmacht infantry units until 1942.</p><p>This vehicle was extensively used on the Eastern Front, North African campaign and in France and Sicily. The "Krupp-Protze" was of relatively advanced design. It was mass-manufactured between 1933 and 1941. Its fuel consumption was relatively high (24 Litres / 100 km on road) in comparison to the comparable Opel Blitz 1.5 t truck (16.5 liters / 100 km, produced 1938 - 1942). Total production was about 7,000 units.</p>
Unimax Forces of Valor German Kfz. 69 towed Pak 36 Baltic 1941 Livery

1/32 Scale

The "Krupp-Protze" was a six-wheeled German truck and artillery tractor used by German forces in World War II. It was powered by a 55 hp or 60 hp (after 1936) Krupp M 304 4-cylinder petrol engine. Its main purpose was to tow artillery, especially the PaK 36. The Pak 36 (Panzerabwehrkanone 36) was a German anti-tank gun that fired a 3.7 cm calibre shell. It was the main anti-tank weapon of Wehrmacht infantry units until 1942.

This vehicle was extensively used on the Eastern Front, North African campaign and in France and Sicily. The "Krupp-Protze" was of relatively advanced design. It was mass-manufactured between 1933 and 1941. Its fuel consumption was relatively high (24 Litres / 100 km on road) in comparison to the comparable Opel Blitz 1.5 t truck (16.5 liters / 100 km, produced 1938 - 1942). Total production was about 7,000 units.

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Unimax Forces of Valor GMC 2 1/2 Ton Cargo Truck<p>1/32 Scale</p><p>The 2 1/2 Cargo Truck, popularly called the "deuce and a half", first saw service as a workhorse vehicle in WWII and continues to serve today in numerous variations. The dependable 2 1/2 Ton Cargo Truck is capable of carrying up to 10,000 lb of cargo and boasts a range of up to 500 miles on a single 50 gallon tank of fuel</p>
Unimax Forces of Valor GMC 2 1/2 Ton Cargo Truck

1/32 Scale

The 2 1/2 Cargo Truck, popularly called the "deuce and a half", first saw service as a workhorse vehicle in WWII and continues to serve today in numerous variations. The dependable 2 1/2 Ton Cargo Truck is capable of carrying up to 10,000 lb of cargo and boasts a range of up to 500 miles on a single 50 gallon tank of fuel

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Unimax Forces of Valor US 6x6 Truck<p>1/32 Scale</p>Dimensions - Length 7.0 in Width 2.4 in Height 3.5 in<p> Weight 0.6 lb</p><p>Designed as a Weapons/Troop Carrier the WC 63 was essentially a stretched version of the WC 51 with an additional axle making it a 6x6. This lengthening came as a direct result of the US Army's decision to increase the size of a rifle squad from eight to twelve men. With a 1.5 ton payload, the WC 63 could not haul as much as the ubiquitous 2.5 ton M35 "Deuce-and-a-half" but it was nevertheless produced in vast quantities and formed an integral component of the US Army's logistical force. Forces of Valor® 6x6 is constructed of die cast metal and plastic components. The open cab provides a clear view of the interior and includes a driver. A gunner figure grasps a movable M2 machine gun mounted to the machine gun mount over the right side of the cab. The rear cargo area features a removable cover with the look of canvas stretched over support beams and a movable tailgate. Additional details include a folding front windscreen and an assortment of battlefield equipment.</p>
Unimax Forces of Valor US 6x6 Truck

1/32 Scale

Dimensions - Length 7.0 in Width 2.4 in Height 3.5 in

Weight 0.6 lb

Designed as a Weapons/Troop Carrier the WC 63 was essentially a stretched version of the WC 51 with an additional axle making it a 6x6. This lengthening came as a direct result of the US Army's decision to increase the size of a rifle squad from eight to twelve men. With a 1.5 ton payload, the WC 63 could not haul as much as the ubiquitous 2.5 ton M35 "Deuce-and-a-half" but it was nevertheless produced in vast quantities and formed an integral component of the US Army's logistical force. Forces of Valor® 6x6 is constructed of die cast metal and plastic components. The open cab provides a clear view of the interior and includes a driver. A gunner figure grasps a movable M2 machine gun mounted to the machine gun mount over the right side of the cab. The rear cargo area features a removable cover with the look of canvas stretched over support beams and a movable tailgate. Additional details include a folding front windscreen and an assortment of battlefield equipment.

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