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TAMIYA 35246 German FAMO Tank Transport
64 cm lång
X-10 - 23ml Gun MetalX-10 - 10ml Gun Metal X-11 - 23ml Chrome Silver X-11 - 10ml Chrome Silver X-18 - 23ml Semi Gloss Black X-18 - 10ml Semi Gloss Black X-5 - 23ml Green X-5 - 10ml Green X-7 - 23ml Red X-7 - 10ml Red XF-1 - 23ml Flat Black XF-1 - 10ml Flat Black XF-10 - 23ml Flat Brown XF-10 - 10ml Flat Brown
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TAMIYA 61109 Dewoitine D.520 "French Aces" - w/Staff Car
The Dewoitine D.520 was one of the best fighter aircraft the French Air Force had during WWII. It was powered by a Hispano Suiza 12Y45 V12 engine, which produced 910hp and enabled a top speed of 529km/h. Its armament included a 20mm HS404 cannon and two 7.5mm machine guns on each wing. At the opening stages of WWII, D.520s fought fiercely against the Luftwaffe and their pilots claimed more than 100 aerial victories. After the armistice in 1940, the D.520 was extensively used by the Vichy Air Force as well as Free French units until the end of the war. The Tamiya 1/48 scale model is a faithful replica model kit of this famous air fighter.Specs and Features 1/48 scale plastic assembly kit. Wingspan: 213mm, Fuselage: 183mm. Flaps can be depicted in either up or down position. Radiator flap and canopy can be depicted in either open or closed position. 3 kinds of decals included to depict the aircraft piloted by French aces Second-Lieutenant Pierre Le Gloan, Adjudant-Chef Denis Ponteins, and Adjudant-Chef Colonel Bouton. Comes with a 1/48 scale Citro�n Traction 11CV Staff Car to allow instant diorama creation straight from the box. Comes with 1 seated pilot figure as well as 1 standing pilot and officer figures (total of 3 figures). Photographic reference manual (B4 size) included.
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TAMIYA 25112 German Panzerkampfwagen 35(t) - 1/35
This is a limited edition re-release of the 1/35 scale German Panzerkampfwagen 35t.
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TAMIYA 35259 Krupp Towing Truck w/37mm Pak
As Germany mobilized its military after Hitler's seizure of power in 1934, the Wehrmacht's Weapons Department began transforming civilian vehicles into military vehicles. One light (1.5t and under max. load) truck that was selected was the Krupp Company�s L2H43. Popularly known as the "Boxer" because of its air-cooled flat-four square 4-cylinder engine, the L2H43 was massed-produced from 1933. This truck was capable of speeds up to 70km/h. In 1936, this truck had its horsepower improved from 55hp to 60hp with the development of the L2H143 version. This later version underwent various improvements, and various versions such as the personnel transport Kfz.70 were seen. Kfz. numbers were used to designate military transport vehicles (Kfz. 1-30 refer to passenger cars, while Kfz. 31-100 designate trucks). The type refereed to as the Krupp Protze Kfz.69 was designed to tow a 3.7cm PAK 35/36 anti-tank gun and could be fitted with ammunition cases. "Protze" was the German military term used to describe the front-towed carriage was used to carry ammunition and gunner, and would have a cannon hitched to its rear. From the start of WWII, the Krupp Protze Kfz. 69 was employed as standard equipment in anti-tank artillery divisions and was actively deployed to battlefronts in France, Poland, the Balkans, and Russia.
Suggested Paint Colors TS-4 - German Grey X-10 - Gun Metal X-12 - Gold Leaf X-18
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TAMIYA 35219 Jeep Willys MB 1/4 Ton Truck
Without a doubt the Jeep Willys MB occupies a significant position in the whole automotive history. The origin of the Jeep vehicle dates back to early 1941, when U.S. Forces ordered the Willys, Ford, and Bantam companies to develop prototypes of a small sized multi-purpose 4-wheel drive vehicle. During the early stage of WW2, Germany had achieved outstanding successes by using motorized troops with their "Blitzkrieg" tactics. It became a pressing need for allied nations to possess tough and reliable vehicles with excellent cross-country ability. In November 1941, the Army, with alterations on the front grille and hood to the Ford design, chose the Willy's vehicle as the basis for the mass production model. This marked the birth of the Willys MB (Model B) that provided unmatched ability to transport Allied troops during the conflict. The early Willys MB had a welded, slat type front grille. Due to the necessity of increasing production, the Army ordered Ford to join the mass production using the Willys MB's blueprints. It was designated the GPW, and a simple, pressed steelfront grille was introduced. During WW2, the Willys MB and Ford GPW ran over every battlefield. As a means of transit for soldiers, it played an important role in bringing the Allied victory. It was also used for liason, command, communication and sometimes even as an ambulance for a light firearms carrier. Production reached approximately 640,000 units by August 1945.
Suggested Paint Colors TS-5 - Olive Drab X-10 - Gun Metal X-11 - Chrome Silver
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TAMIYA 35304 German Kubelwagen Type 82 - Ramcke Parachute Brigade
After the 1941 assault on Crete, elite German parachute units were formed into a brigade. The parachute unit, know as the "Ramcke Parachute Brigade" was created to lead assaults in North Africa against Allied forces and counter act the British SAS units attack. The brigade was heavily involved in the Second Battle of El Alamein, the attack on Stirling's Special Air Service, and DAK's assault of the Suez Canal. In 1943, at Tunisia, the Ramcke brigade saw its last battle and was forced to surrender to British forces.Specs & Features 1/35 scale assembly model set of the German Kubelwagen Type 82 with several figures. Figures represent soldiers of the elite Ramcke Parachute Brigade in North Africa. A driver, officer, machine-gunner (seated in the rear of the Kubelwagen), a non commissioned officer providing directions (wearing a tropical Herman Meyer hat), and a rifleman figure are included. The figure from the original 1/35 scale German Kubelwagen Type 82 Africa-Corps is also included for a total of 6 figures. Suggested Paint Colors TS-3 - Dark Yellow X-10 - Gun Metal X-18 - Semi Gloss Black XF-1 - Flat Black
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TAMIYA British Quad Gun Tractor Kit - 35045 A:35 SCALE
During WWI, many nations began using motorcars for various military purposes such as hauling guns. Vehicles were classified in various categories according to their purpose such as armored cars, tanks and self-propelled guns that carried hand-held artillery, and gun tractors that were designed for hauling weapons. During this time, the British, who had the most advanced full-track and half-track technology, began realizing the advantage of using motorcars in the military. They began developing several tractors for the sole purpose of hauling artillery. The British produced uniquely shaped gun tractors, known as the �Quad�, which had an angular body and short wheelbase with large wheels. The following four Quad gun tractors were developed: Guy Quad Ant, Morris Commercial C8 Mk I & Mk II Quad, Karrier KT 4 Indian Quad, and Canadian Military Pattern (CPM) Quad manufactured in Canada. The military primarily use the CMP Quad during the war, due to its quality and mass production. The CMP Quads including the FAT-2 Quad gun tractor were very good vehicles and simple to operate. They continued on active service in the British Commonwealth forces for about 15-20 years even after the war.
Decals depicting Canadian and British forces are included. (Total 2)
Comes with one driver figure.
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German Sd.Kfz.232 Africa Corps - 8 Wheeled Heavy Armored Car
Tamiya 35297, Scale 1:35
Suggested Paint Colors
S-2 - Dark Green
TS-3 - Dark Yellow
TS-4 - German Grey
X-10 - Gun Metal
X-11 - Chrome Silver
X-5 - Green
XF-1 - Flat Black
XF-11 - J.N. Green
XF-15 - Flat Flesh
XF-2 - Flat White
XF-49 - Khaki
XF-56 - Metallic Grey
XF-59 - Desert Yellow
XF-64 - Red Brown
In the early stages of WWII, the German military often used the Sd.Kfz.231 series vehicles for reconnaissance missions. One of these heavy armored cars was the Sk.Kfz.232, which was equipped with a long distance wireless radio with a large antenna protruding from the top of the upper hull. In the turret was a 2cm gun and a MG34 machine gun. The 8- wheeled, Sk.Kfz.232 had an on-road top speed of 90km/h, front and rear driving positions, and a superb 8 wheel drive system. The Sd.Kfz.232 performed extremely well and proved its worth in a number of roles on many fronts from Europe to North Africa to Russia.
About the model
- Various kinds of equipment like early type jerry cans and tools are included adding further realism.
- Comes in a newly designed package with desert themed artwork.
- Enhancing the impression of the North African front is a German officer figure wearing a tropical uniform.
- A soldier figure for the turret is also included.
- Photo-etched parts such as light protecting net s and an aluminum barrel for the 2cm gun are included.
- Comes with decals for the North African front (2), Balkans front (1), & Kursk front (1).
- Displaying this armored car with other 1/35 scale models such as Item 35286 German Armored Car Sd.Kfz.222 would be an interesting diorama.
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Tamiya 35146 Skala: 1/35
Suggested Paint Colors TS-3 - Dark Yellow X-10 - Gun Metal X-11 - Chrome Silver X-18 - Semi Gloss Black X-9 - Brown XF-1 - Flat Black XF-15 - Flat Flesh XF-56 - Metallic Grey XF-57 - Buff XF-61 - Dark Green XF-64 - Red Brown XF-65 - Field Grey At the time of its introduction in 1942, the German Tiger I was the most powerful and sophisticated tank available anywhere in the world, and is still considered a weaponry masterpiece of that era. Most of the Tiger I's were produced by Henschel, a heavy industry manufacturer in Germany. The later versions of the Tiger I went into production in January 1944, almost two and a half years after its debut. Many features like the thick armor plating, measuring up to 100mm in thickness at some areas, remaining unchanged. Roadwheel improvements consisted of replacing the rubber rimmed roadwheels with new wheels that ran on steel rims, which were insulated from the hub by two rubber rings clamped between disc-shaped pressings. Changes made to the turret were: a commander's cupola with seven vision ports, an anti-aircraft machine gun ring, and a side pivoting hatch; a loader's hatch with periscope; the smoke exhaust outlet relocated to the center of the turret; and internally mounted "S" mine dischargers. The 88mm KwK36(L/56) main gun was considered for replacement with the awesome KwK43(L/71) cannon, as used on the King Tiger, but was never accomplished. It has been said that one Tiger I tank was equal to five Sherman tanks on the battlefield and it was the most feared and respected of all German tanks during the conflict.