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Combo: “Marder IIIH Panzerjager 38[t]”: Dragon+AFV Super Detail Reference
Marder IIIH Panzerjager 38[t] fur 7.5cm Pak40/3 Ausf.H. Click on text for detail pics.
1:35 scale: 1939-1945 Series
- Kit and reference publication are both sealed in original shrink wrap
- Full Interior
- “Smart Kit” made with Slide Molds
- Bonus Aluminum Gun Barrel
- Two types of 7.5cm ammo, ammo shell casings & ammo decals
- Perforated utility storage box rendered in optional photo etch and in styrene
- Styrene “Magic tracks” with subtle casting number etched into every track link
- Two optional types of drive sprockets
- Radio and Flare rack
- Several muzzle brakes- made with slide molds
- Movable Hull MG with hollow muzzle
- Complete Transmission
The reference profile is based on a Marder III Sd.Kfz. 138/139 fur 7.62cm Pak36 H, M. The model kit is a Marder III Sd.Kfz. 138 fur 7.5cm Pak 40/3 H.
$52.991.000000 in Stock
Combo: “Soviet T-34 Tank”: Hobbyboss+Verlinden
Soviet T-34/76 Tank : 1:48 scale
The Soviet T-34 tank was considered the best Allied medium tank of WWII. The T-34 was an incredible shock to the invading German Army during WWII. As Stalin traded human lives for land and time the entire T-34 production line was violently uprooted and moved East beyond the reach of the invading German Army. Massive waves of T-34’s hit the Germans hard and pushed the Germans out of the USSR and back into Berlin and eventual defeat. The Soviet T-34 tank is seen with great fondness and pride to the Slavic people of the former Soviet Union. This is similar to how the British see the AVRO Lancaster and the Americans see the B-17 flying fortress and the M-4 Sherman tank.
With this combo, the outstanding 1:48 scale Hobbyboss T-34/76 is paired with a beautiful Verlinden productions cast resin blown up T-34 engine and rear transmission section. The Hobbyboss T-34 is priced to move and the beautiful Verlinden detail set adds a outstanding addition with minimal cost.
$35.991.000000 in Stock
Bergepanzer Tiger I: Dragon/DML
Bergepanzer Tiger I sPzabt 508 Italy 1944: 1:72 scale
WWII German Tank recovery vehicle based on the Tiger I chassis.
$22.951.000000 in Stock
Waffen SS Tank Crew, 1944-45: Dragon/DML
Waffen SS Tank Crew, 1944-45: 1:35 scale
1939- 1945 Series. Sealed in factory shrink wrap
$15.991.000000 in Stock
WWII German Infantryman: Tamiya
WWII German Infantryman: 1:16 scale
Slightly damaged box. Model kit excellent condition.
To battle the harsh winter climate, German infantrymen were issued
winter uniforms like the one seen on this model. Equipped with an MP44 and
highly accurate detailing, this model is an excellent addition to any
Plastic pieces molded in grey and attached to sprues.
Ready to assemble precision model kit.
Highly detailed clothing and facial expression.
Figure stands in watchful pose, holding his MP44 across his waist.
Accessories include an MP44 magazine pouch, a gas mask case, a
canteen, a helmet, duffle bag, collapsible shovel, a bayonet, and
an MP44 Assault Rifle.
Kit includes a grey plastic base about the size of a credit card
to display your finished model upon.
Assembly and painting instructions are printed on box.
$16.991.000000 in Stock
M5A1 U.S. Light Tank: Tamiya
M5A1 U.S. Light Tank: 1:35 Scale
The M5 Stuart began production in April, 1942. Field usage in North Africa demanded improvements, most noticeably a newly designed turret, where a rear bustle housed a SCR508 radio. Factory work on the M5A1 began in September, 1942. Over 6,800 were made before production ceased in June, 1944. It held a crew of four, weighed around 17 tons, and could reach a maximum speed of 36 mph. The light tanks were built for speed in supporting reconnaissance work but their firepower was inadequate against anything larger than halftracks or armored cars.
$24.991.000000 in Stock
British Crusader Mk.III (anti-aircraft tank Mk. III): Tamiya
British Crusader Mk.III (anti-aircraft tank Mk. III) 1:48 scale
Although replaced on the front lines by more capable tanks, the British Crusader cruiser tank was still useful in other roles. The Crusader Mk.III was used as a base to meet a requirement for a mobile anti-aircraft gun, resulting in the Crusader AA Mk.I, which featured a Bofors 40mm cannon mounted in an open topped turret. To better counter low-flying aircraft, the Crusader AA Mk.II armed with two 20mm Oerlikon cannons was developed, which was slightly modified to result in the Mk.III, which moved the radio to the hull to free up space in the gun turret. A total of about 600 AA Mk.II/Mk.III were produced and they served in Europe from Normandy onwards.
- 1/48 scale assembly kit of the British Crusader Anti-Aircraft Tank Mk.III.
- A thorough study of the actual tank has resulted in accurately reproduced features such as brand new molded parts for additional armor and side skirts.
- Unique open turret features 20mm cannons, ammunition drums, and other internal details.
- Die-cast chassis gives an added sense of volume for enhanced realism.
- Easy to assemble tracks feature one-piece straight sections with realistic sag effect.
- 2 types of markings included.
$29.991.000000 in Stock
AL ABBAS SS-1C remade: ARII
AL ABBAS SS-1C remade: 1:48 scale
This kit contains an Iraqi AL ABBAS SS-1C transporter/launcher missile truck. The Al ABBAS SS-1C is another name for the Scud-B missile. This missile is a bit different from the standard R-17/Scud-B version as it features a different warhead. The clear acetate sheet used to cut out the windows for the missile truck is missing, however a standard .010 thousands thick piece of clear plastic would suffice. This missile was used by Iraq during the 1991 Gulf War to attack both Saudi Arabia and Israel. Defending American Patriot missile batteries deployed to both Israel and Saudi Arabia shot down many of the incoming AL ABBAS and Scud-B missiles. However, some of the AL ABBAS missiles penetrated the Patriot anti-missile shield and resulted in significant loss of life to the Allied coalition forces.
$37.991.000000 in Stock
M1A1 Abrams: Italeri
M1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tank: 1:35 scale
The M1 Abrams entered service in 1980 as the US Army’s new main battle tank to replace the M60 series. Over time, the M1 evolved from its original 105mm M68 L/52 main gun in common with the earlier M60A1/A3 to the Rheinmetall 120mm smoothbore M256A1 L/44 gun also used by the Leopard 2 tank. In addition to its advanced armor protection and fire control system, the Abrams was the first to employ a gas turbine engine for propulsion in place of the conventional diesel engines used by nearly all other modern tanks. This combination made the Abrams a very agile and formidable weapon system on the battlefield. Since its introduction, the Abrams has been remanufactured into newer and more capable configurations including the M1A1 which introduced the 120mm gun and the M1A1 AIM (Abrams Integrated Management) which modernizes the tank with improved sensors and digital situational awareness. The M1A1 continues as the main battle tank of the US Marine Corps.
Italeri produced this M1A1 Abrams in 1/35 scale some time back and has been reissued periodically. This kit captures the details of the standard U.S. Army issue M1A1 as it appeared before going to Desert Shield/Storm. This kit is molded in tan styrene and presented on four parts trees plus a group of resin parts.
Among the features and options in this kit:
- No motorization holes in lower hull
- T158 link and length track
- Correct details on hulls and turret
- Choice of APU on rear turret basket or rear of hull
- Positionable crew hatches
- Detailed driver’s crew station in resin
- Some details provided inside of turret
- Positionable engine deck hatches and rear engine doors
- Detailed engine and transmission
- Detailed battery compartment
This kit has lots of potential. If you have an M88 ARV kit handy, this would make a nice diorama or vignette depicting an engine change in the field. That resin engine will look great whether it is in the engine compartment or next to the tank. While this kit depicts the tank as it would look between 1985 and 1990, there are aftermarket updates out there to add the various details to bring the tank up to date including TUSK I and TUSK II armor kits.
$57.991.000000 in Stock
Apache Longbow JGSDF: Hasegawa
Apache Longbow Japanese Ground Self Defense Force: 1:48 Scale
The AH-64D Apache Longbow is a distinctive-looking, all-weather attack helicopter with four-bladed main and tail rotors and a two-person tandem crew. Powered by upgraded twin GE T700 turbo-shaft engines, other major improvements over previous versions include a Fire Control Radar target acquisition system and new weapons systems. Kit features include new antenna, sensor and front display panel parts as well as markings for the J.G.S.D.F.
$39.991 in Stock