AMX 13-75 light tank


Introduced in 1952 the AMX 13-75 light tank was used by the French army until the 1980s going through several updates. Other users include: Israel, Nederlands, Belgium, India, Morocco, Lebanon, Peru and Venezuela. Features included; Autoloader for the gun which held 12 rounds in the turret bustle this allowed the crew to be reduced to 3. The gun was rigidly mounted in an oscillating turret, reducing weight. The gun was a development of the very effective German 75mm KwK 42 L/70 used in the Panther tank of WW2.


Unpainted white metal kit, requires some modelling skill. Caution contains lead and small parts not suitable for young children

Additional information

Weight 0.05 kg
Dimensions 4 cm

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