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  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

    Land Rover 1/2 tonner Lightweight x2

    The Land Rover 1/2 tonner came out a project to find an air transportable run about that could be lifted by early Helicopters or parachuted from an aircraft. A military specification Land Rover 88 was “lightened” and all absolutely un-necessary equipemnt removed bringing the weight to 1202kg. Manufactured from 1968-84. Used by 20 countries including Denmark, Belgium and Holland.

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

    Land Rover 1 tonner FC101

    The Land Rover 1 tonner came out a project to find an air transportable tractor unit for the L118 105mm light gun. This unique variant of the Land Rover exceeded expectations, able to tow the gun while carrying the 6 gunners, their personal equipment and 1t of ammunition. It went on to be widely used within the Britsh army and …

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

    Striker ATGM carrier FV102

    ATGM carrier based on the CVRT range of light fast vehicles introduced to replace armoured cars in the British army from 1973. The Striker was opperational between 1976-2005, it carried 5 Swingfire guided missile in a hydaulicly opperated launcher at the rear of the vehicle, with 5 more reloads carried inside. Used to support and protect armoured formations. Crew 3. …

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

    Spartan APC FV103

    Armoured personel carrier based on the CVRT range of light fast vehicles introduced to replace armoured cars in the British army from 1973. The APC variant has been used by many different branches of the British armed forces, compact and manoeuvrable. Crew 3 plus upto 4 infantrymen or various specialist teams such as Mortar spotters, Milan ATGM or Blowpipe AA …

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

    British regular infantry 1960-80s (20 figures)

    Regular British infantry in Mk4 “Turtle” Helmet in light marching order.  Armed with: SLR rifle, Stirling SMG, GPMP and Carl Gustav RR. Suitable for BAOR and many other theatres.  There are 20 figures mixed from 8 poses to give approximately 2 sections. Note some TA units retained the SLR into the 1990s (vehicles not included)

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

    Bedford MK 4 tonner

    Bedford MK 4×4, the “4 tonner” first produced in 1970 was still in British us as late as 2014, over 50,000 produced. It was used as logistics, troop transport,  artillery tractor to name a few uses of the basic version. It was also modified to have office bodies, cranes and tankers. Used by Britain, Bangladesh, Belgium, Brunei, Denmark, Indonesia, Ireland, …

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

    Sultan FV105

    Command vehicle based on the CVRT range of light fast vehicles introduced to replace armoured cars in the British army from 1973. The command variant has been used by many different branches of the British armed forces, compact and manoeuvrable. Crew 2 plus 3 in the command team.

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

    Scimitar FV107

    The Scimitar is part of the CVRT range of light fast vehicles introduced to replace armoured cars in the British army. With it’s high speed and powerful 30mm Rarden cannon the Scimitar acts as a reconnasance vehicle for both armoured and infantry formations.

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

    Scorpion FV101

    The Alvis Scorpion was the first of the CVRT range of light fast vehicles introduced to replace armoured cars in the British army from 1973. With it’s high speed and accurate 76mm gun the Scorpion acted as the eyes of the army. In the 1980s it began to be supplimented and eventually replaced by the Scimitar and Sabre  in British …

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

    Landrover WOMBAT

    In the 1960s the landrover was adapted to carry the powerful 120mm WOMBAT anti-tank gun. In continued in service even after the introduction of anti tank missiles up until the 1980s as a reserve weapon. It also remained in service with the Berlin Brigade, as ATGM were of limited use in built up areas.

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

    Chieftain Mk5

    The Chieftain tank was an icon the 60s & 70s. A huge, deadly, and tough tank. It suffered from unreliabilty issues and low power but still proved a potent machine. Serving with the UK, Iran and Jordan

     

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

    Landrover 109 (x2)

    Light transport (x2 in pack)

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

    FV438 swingfire

    ATGM version of the FV432 to protect infantry formations. 2 missiles carried ready to fire with reloads inside the vehicle.

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

    FV432 mortar

    Mortar carrier version of the British FV432, 1960s – present day

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

    FV432 APC

    British fully tracked APC in service from early 1960 to present day

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

    Centurion Mk5/2 105mmL7

    The first L7 105mm gun armed Centurion

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

    Centurion Mk5 20pdr

    Considred the first MBT, developed at the end of WW2 and some modernised vehicles still in use