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  • Cold war , New releases

    M113 ACAV

    Cavalry assault version of the M113 with 50cal turret and waist gunners made famous in the Vietnam war. A field improvisation the developed into a standard kit.

  • Cold war , Germany

    M48 Bridgelayer, bridge only

    The 18m bridge could carry 60t and was later upgraded to 70t.  This is the bridge only

  • Cold war , New releases

    76mm ZIS-3 Divisional gun and crew (1x gun deployed, 1x gun on tow)

    Manufactured from 1941 the ZIS-3 divisional gun gave admirable service during WW2 and the Korean and Vietnam wars. It was significantly lighter than other contempory designs and proved a capable AT gun and artillery piece.

     

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Giant Viper mine clearing trailer

    Giant Viper mine clearing system was able to rapidly clear a path through a mine field 7m wide by 200m long. The trailer unit could be towed behind the Centurion AVRE, FV432 APC or CET (Combat Engineering Tractor).

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Centurion AVRE 165

    The Centurion AVRE served from 1963 to 1997 as an armoured assault vehicle for the Royal Engineers. The 165mm demolition gun was design to destroy buildings and bunkers with it’s 60lb HESH round, its dozer blade for constructing ramps, firing pits or clearing obstacles
    The front tray carries a pipe “fascine” for filling in trenches. It could also tow the Giant …

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    FV432 Engineer’s APC with Ranger and Bar minelayers

    British Engineers mine laying APC with Ranger scatter mine projector and Barmine laying plough. These would be used to quickly lay a minefield ahead of an advancing enemy, to blocking or delay their advance.

     

  • Cold war , France

    Unimog Light truck

    The Unimog 404 was produced from 1955-1980 with 36,000 being used by the Bundeswehr over that time.  This successful 4×4 truck with legendary off road capability was used by many armies across the globe including Syrian forces during the Arab-Israeli conflicts. It’s has been seen in many “Bush” wars and been converted to a “technical” by mounting machine guns and …

  • Cold war , Germany

    West German Infantry/Panzer Grenadiers 1960-80s (x20)

    West German Infantry wearing US pattern M1 Helmet and US style uniform with German webbing. Equiped with the G3 rifle, MG3, Panzerfaust2 and UZI, They represent troops in light order and are suitable as Infantry or Panzer Grenadiers of the 60s,70s and 80s.   20 figures are picked from 7 poses to form approximately 2 sections.

  • Cold war , Germany

    Spahpanzer Luchs – Armoured car

    The Luchs or Lynx long ranged armoured car entered service in 1975. Fast and fully amphibious the Lynx was the eyes of the West German Panzer units up until 2009. It could be driven backwards as fast as forwards with the radioman operating as auxilery driver

  • Cold war , Germany

    M48 AVLB Bridgelayer

    The M48 AVLB was developed in the 1950s as an assault bridge layer for US armour and remained in production until 1960.  The 18m bridge could carry 60t and was later upgraded to 70t.  This is a multi part kit requires some skill to assemble. The M48 AVLB was used by the US army and many allies such as West …

  • Cold war , New releases

    M60 A1/A3

    The M60 A3 was the last of the Patton line of tanks developed from the 1940s. The exterior was almost indistinguishable from the A1. This final model had thicker armour and included laser rangefinder, thermal imaging and fire control computer. It still used the tried and tested 105mm gun. Production began in 1978 with units in Europe recieving the first …

  • Cold war , Middle East wars

    2S3 Akatsiya 152mm SPG

    The 2S3 entered service with the Soviet Army in 1971 going on to serve with most of the Wasaw Pact armoured divisions  with over 2000 produced.

    The D20 152 artillery peice was mated with a the mobile GM chasis and 520hp engine, allowing it to keep pace with Armoured formations. Unlike many soviet designs the 2S3 was not amphibious. The design …

  • Cold war , Egypt

    100mm T12 anti-tank gun

    T12 100mm smoothbore anti-tank gun, the Soviet Union continued to use and develop AT guns when most countries had given up the idea. These 3ton, 10m long monsters needed to be towed by the tracked MT-LB or large all terrain truck. The T12 gun saw use in the Arab Israeli conflicts and can still be found in armies around the …

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Land Rover Lightweight Reccon. x2

    The Land Rover 1/2 tonner “lightweight” recconaisance version this is an open top vehicle with MGs front and back. This can be used for airborne recon or just regular unit security patrol vehicle.
    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 …

  • Cold war , Germany

    Marder 1A2 Milan ATGM

    The Marder MICV was first produced in 1969 and has been steadily developed to the present day. This represents an mid production production Marder 1A2 with 20mm cannon turret and Milan ATGM. 1A2 service from 1977 through to 1988. The Marder is a large (26t) and capable vehicle designed to keep pace with the Leopard tank. It provides protection and …

  • Cold war , Germany

    Marder 1A1

    The Marder MICV was first produced in 1969 and has been steadily developed to the present day. This represents an early production Marder 1A1 with 20mm cannon turret and remote MG turret at the back. 1A1 service from 1969 through to the early 80s. The Marder is a large (26t) and capable vehicle designed to keep pace with the Leopard …

  • Cold war , New releases

    BMP-2

    Soviet Infantry Fighting Vehicle developed in the light of experience in the YomKippur war of 1973. The BMP-1 performance showed certain weaknesses that the BMP-2 was designed to correct.  The 1 man GROM gun turret was replaced with a 2 man turret with a powerfull 30mm autocannon which could be could be used again a variety of targets. The Sagger …

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Ferret scout car Mk1/2: Liaison or Turret version

    British wheeled reconaisaince and liaison vehicle. The Ferret was a popular “maid of all work” proving armoured protection to personel on the battlefield. It could be found in most Britsh formations from the 1950 through to 2000.  It quiet engine and low profile made it very suited to reconaissance. When fitted with a turret it was used for security patrols. …

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Fox FV721 Armoured car

    British wheeled reconaisaince armoured car. A development on from the successful Ferret series. Tthe Fox was less popular due to it’s height, making it harder to conceal and problems with instability. In service 1974 -94. Exported to Nigeria and Malawi

  • Cold war , New releases

    LUAZ 467 Amphibious jeep (x2)

    This “bath-tub” type amphibious runabout was used across Warsaw Pact forces, especially airborne units. It could be used for: casualty evacuation (2 stretcher cases), scouting or liaison duties. It has a central driving position with 2 folding seats behind, but can be seen loaded with 5 troops.  A similar concept to the American amphibious jeep and VW 166 Schwimmwagen.

    2 models …

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Rapier SAM system (2 launchers 1 firing post)

    Rapier system has been in service since 1971, it saw use in the Falklands conflict. The 2 launchers can be assembled* ready to launch or in towing position.  The is one firing post with the gunner and commander.  This represents the 1980 version.

    This is a multi-part model*

     

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    British gun crews (3×3 figures)

    Gun crew for British artillery, suitable for the 105mm Light weight (Gun not included).

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    FV432 FOX turret

    British fully tracked APC in service from early 1960 to present day. This version depictes the rare FOX turret conversion used by recon. units of Berlin brigade. The 30mm Rarden cannon gave the APV significantly more punch, but the conversion was not popular. ( for accuracy the comanders coupola should be filled flat as this was removed and plated over).

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    FV432 APC with PEAK turret

    British fully tracked APC in service from early 1960 to present day. This version depictes the popular PEAK engineering MG turret which allowed the APC to support infantry while staying under cover. Some units had all PEAK armed vehicles others mixed them with regular APCs