Unpainted white metal kit, requires some modelling skill. Caution contains lead and small parts not suitable for young children
Bulky amphibious self-propelled artillery, designed to keep pace with fast moving armoured formations. Developed in the late 1950s and entering service with the USSR in 1960. This succesful design is still in service around the world and has been updated several times. In Warsaw pack service it was often found near the front line giving direct fire support.
Used by both Egypt and Syria during the Arab-Israeli wars, known under the NATO code name “Carnation”