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    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

      Pearson Mine Plough

      The Pearson mine plough could be attached to the Centurion or Cheiftain tank to clear a vehicle wide path through mine fields

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

      Centurion AVRE 105 with mine plough

      The Centurion Mk12 AVRE 105 for the Royal Engineers. The 105mm tank gun version used converted surplus Mk12 Centurions. The Pearson mine plough cleared a vehicle wide path through mine fields, while the 105mm armed Centurion was more than able to defend itself or demolish fortifications

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

      Samson FV106 ARV

      Armoured recovery vehicle based on the CVRT range of light fast vehicles introduced to replace armoured cars in the British army from 1973. This variant was able to recover vehicles up to 12 tons in weight and has been used by many different branches of the British armed forces. Crew 3

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

      Tracked Rapier

      British fully tracked SAM system. The tracked Rapier was designed to provide mobile air defence for british armoured units. The chasis was based on the M548 transporter and the launcher improved to carrier 8 missiles. The system was steadily upgraded through its service from 1983 to early 1990s

       

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

      Chieftain ARV

      The Chieftain ARV entered service in  the early 1970s as a heavy armour recovery vehicle. Fitted with 90t capacity winch and doozer/anchor.  Later upgraded to a repair and recovery vehicle, remaining in service until 2007 and some exported to Jordan. (Multi part kit requiring some modelmaking skill)

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , Israel 1948 - 1991

      M548 Tracked support vehicle

      The M548 is based on hull of the M113 with an open cargo deck. Designed to follow armoured units into tough terrain. These have been used as amo, fuel and general transport. Some saw used as Gun-buses in Vietnam with the Maxon quad 50 cal on the back. In service since the 1960s it has seen service with many nations …

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

      FV510 Warrior IFV

      British fully tracked Infantry Fighting Vehicle designed to carry troops into combat under armour. Entered service in 1985 and has seen action in the Gulf, Bosnia, Afghanistan and Iraq. Armed with the 30mm RARDEN cannon for support and protection. Crew 3+7

       

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Samaritan Ambulance FV104

      Ambulance based on the CVRT range of light fast vehicles introduced to replace armoured cars in the British army from 1973. The Samaritan can carry 4 stretcher cases and 2 crew.  Hignly mobile, the Samaritan is normally attached to armoured units.

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Centurion 20pdr, Austrailian

      The iconic Austrailian version of the Centurion, these saw service in Vietnam and were modified for jungle fighting. The Bazooka plates where removed, extended range fuel tank, extra wheels fixed to glacis to help against RPGs

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Land Rover 101 Ambulance

      Approximately 200 of the The Land Rover FC101 supplied to the Britsh army where converted to Ambulances. It could carry 4 stretcher cases and 1 attendant

       

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Chieftain Mk11 “Stillbrew”

      After the discovery that Chieftain Tanks in Iranian service had proved vulnerable to new Soviet weapons an armour upgrade was developed. This “stillbrew” system entered service in 1986 and proved very effective (The system went onto become better known as Chobam armour). The Mk11 also gained the TOGs thermal night vision and improved gunnery sights

       

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Centurion 20pdr B late

      Considred the first MBT, developed at the end of WW2 and some modernised vehicles are still in use.  This late1950s version was armed with the effective 84mm 20pdr B gun with fume extractor. Exported extensively to NATO nations and around the world. It saw combat with Israeli in the 1967 war and Australia in Vietnam.

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Centurion 20pdr B early

      Considred the first MBT, developed at the end of WW2 and some modernised vehicles are still in use.  This 1950s version was armed with the effective 84mm 20pdr B gun with fume extractor. Used by India extensively in the Indo-Pakistan wars of 1965 and 1971 and gaining notable superiority over the M48 Patton.

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      M109 A2 Self Propelled Gun

      The M109A2 was developed to address the limited range of the earlier M109; it also featured an improved turret with extra ammunition storage. Introduced into the US army in 1979, and exported to many NATO members such as the UK and West Germany.

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      British Engineers (10)

      British Engineers busy clearing mines and creating obstacles, these should mix in well with regular infantry.

       

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Stalwart Mk2 amphibious truck (Waterline version)

      A waterline version of the Stalwart was developed to provide British armoured units with an amphibious all-terrain supply vehicle.  As part of the Alivis 600 series of 6×6 vehicles it proved very popular with Britsh forces but saw limited export success. (example shown with AC1, Box loads, available seperately)

       

       

       

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      FV433 Abbot 105mm SPG

      Self-propelled gun bases on the FV400 chasis and the 105mm Howiter gun. The Abbot was the main SPG of the Britsh army from 1965 to the mid 1990s. Exported to India.

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      FV439 Command and Signals

      British fully tracked radio and command vehicle

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      FV432 with Cymberline Radar

      British fully tracked APC with Cymberline radar.

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Stalwart Mk2 amphibious truck

      The Stalwart was developed to provide British armoured units with an amphibious all-terrain supply vehicle.  As part of the Alivis 600 series of 6×6 vehicles it proved very popular with Britsh forces but saw limited export success. (example shown with AC1, Box loads, available seperately)

       

       

       

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Saracen APC

      The Saracen was part of the Alivis 600 series of 6×6 vehicles.  Used by Britain, the Saracen saw action in the Malasian chrisis and became an export succes because of it was significantly cheaper to run than tracked APCs but offered full armour and an MG turret.

      It saw action as part of Jordanian forces in the Arab Israeli conflicts and …

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Saladin Armoured Car

      The Saladin is part of the Alivis 600 series of 6×6 vehicles.  Used by Britain, the Saladin became an export succes because of it was significantly cheaper than a tank but offered full armour and a useful 76mm gun. Users included West Germany, Austrailia, Jordan, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait and UEA. It also sold well in Afica, Aisia and South America. …

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Challenger 1 MBT

      The Challenger 1 tank in British service between 1983-2001. The first British tank to use Chobam armour. It proved a success in the 1991 Gulf war and Bosnian conflict. Also opperated by Jordan

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Saxon APC – MG turret

      British wheeled APC developed to transport troops quickly and economically over large distances. The design is based on the running gear of the Bedford truck with basic armoured protection. A number were armed with the PEAK engineering MG turret.