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1:72 1/4 Ton 4x4 Truck

Length each model 46 mm CONTAINS TWO FAST ASSEMBLY MODELS + DECALS SHEET In 1940, after World War II had broken out, the US general staff ordered various factories to design a light multi-purpose vehicle with all-wheel drive. The American Bantam Company, Willys Overland, and Ford Motor Co. competed with each other. Willys prototype was chosen, which, after an initial run of 1500 vehicles, went into mass production at the beginning of 1941 and reached a total output of 640.000 units out of which 277.000 pieces were produced by Ford under a licensing agreement.
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1:72 15cm Nebelwerfer 41 w/crew

Article number: 510007071 Product: 1/72 15cm Nebelwerfer 41 w/crew THE BOX INCLUDES 2 GUNS + 12 SOLDIERS 15 cm Nebelwerfer 41 (15 cm NbW 41) with Crew. The Nebelwerfer was an extremely effective weapon that flanked, during the Second World War, the artillery troops of German Army. The 15 cm Nebelwerfer 41 was probably one of the versions with highest rate of production and use. It was built by a six-tube rocket launcher and it was able to use gas, smoke and high-explosive warheads. It was mounted on a towed carriage adapted from that used by the Pak 36 ,able to provide a good mobility and flexibility of use. The 15 cm NbW 41 has a range of almost 7,000 meters.
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1:72 Autocannone RO3 w/ 90/53 AA Gun

The model Autocannone 3RO with 90/53 AA Gun in 1/72 scale has a length of about 95 mm. THE bos contains 1 fast assembly kit with 8 figures. Decals included.
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1:72 DUKW

Article number: 510007022 Product: 1/72 DUKW The model DUKW in 1/72 scale has a length of about 117 mm. Decals for one version. This large triple shaft amphibian vehicle was developed during the 2nd World War for the American armed forces. The aim was to build a vehicle to supply ammunition, food and materials stored in the holds of transport ships to invading troops occupying beachheads on enemy soil immediately after landing. The DUKW offered good navigating qualities and could move well off-road too, which, combined with its high load capacity, enabled it to perform its logistic role to the full. In the post-war years, it was widely used by USAs allies all the way through to the 70s, including civil protection assignments.
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1:72 FLAK 37 AA Gun, 8.8cm (1 fast ass.)

Article number: 510007512 Product: 1/72 FLAK 37 AA Gun, 8.8cm (1 fast ass.) THE BOX CONTAINS 1 FAST ASSEMBLY MODEL + 8 FIGURES
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1:72 Flakpanzer IV "Wirbelwind"

Article number: 510007074 Product: 1:72 Flakpanzer IV "Wirbelwind" Length of the model 82 mm The Panzer IV was the most extensively used German tank during the Second World War. It represented the "backbone" of the German Panzer Divisions on all operational theaters. Toward the end of the war, based on the Panzer IV hull, the self-propelled anti-aircraft gun Wirbelwind was developed to improve the air-defense capability of the ground troops against the Allied air-superiority. From the second half of 1944, the Flakpanzer IV Wirbelwinds were assigned to the anti-aircraft units of the German armored and motorized divisions. The Panzer IV’s turret was removed and replaced with an open-top turret and armed with a quadruple 20 mm Flak 38 L/112.5, which provided a rapid fire and good firepower. The Wirbelwind was quite effective against low-altitude attacks of enemy fighters, but it was also used against lightly armored ground targets such as infantry, trucks and armored cars.
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1:72 German Guns Set: PAK35-PAK40-FLAK38

Article number: 510007026 Product: 1/72 German Guns Set: PAK35-PAK40-FLAK38 The model kit German Guns Set PAK 35-PAK40-FLAK 38 in 1/72 scale contains 3 models. Including 8 figures.
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1:72 Jagdpanzer 38(t) HETZER

Article number: 510007057 Product: 1:72 Jagdpanzer 38(t) HETZER The model Jagdpanzer 38(t) HETZER in 1/72 scale has a length of about 85 mm. Including 2 figures. The design of this compact German army tank destroyer was based on the hull of Czechoslovakian 38T tank. Thanks to the vehicles powerful chassis various versions to be engaged as tank destroyers were designed based on this model, in the beginning simply by mounting protected machine guns. Later on they produced this model with an armoured machine gun mount. The Hetzer, which was pressed into service in the second half of 1944, proved to be an extremely efficient tank against even the most potent Allied military vehicles.
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1:72 JS-2m Stalin - Sov. Tank 2 easykit

Article number: 510007502 Product: 1:72 JS-2m Stalin - Sov. Tank 2 easykit CONTAINS 2 MODELS - SPECIAL WARGAME DECALS SHEET Decals for 2 versions Length of the model 123 mm The appearance of new German heavy tanks on the Asian front - the Tiger in particular -, stimulated Soviet engineers to develop a new generation of armoured vehicles, based on the T-100 prototype. The torsion bar suspension was mounted higher in the hull, lowering the tank’s height from the ground and allowing the installation of a larger turret able to hold a 100mm cannon (in the JS-1) or a 122mm cannon (in the JS-2, which appeared at the end of 1943). Production proceeded at a steady pace, and by February 1944 all the Red Army’s breakthrough tank regiments were equipped with JS-2s. On the battlefield, the JS-2 showed itself to be one of the best tanks in the world, a worthy opponent of the Panther and the Tiger, but also of the much heavier Koenig Tiger.
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1:72 M163 VULCAN

Article number: 510007066 Product: 1/72 M163 VULCAN The model M163 VULCAN in 1/72 scale has a length of about 67 mm. Decals for 4 versions. Due to its low cost and great reliability the troop carrier M113 presented itself as a valid base for various anti-tank weapons systems such as TOW missiles or an anti-aircraft gun such as this version. The M163 was developed around a 20 mm gun "Vulcan". Rotating barrels (with a rapid fire power of 6000 rounds per minute) were created for anti-aircraft use. The whole system is based on a simple, open turret with the munitions loaded on the inside of the vehicle. The M163 is not only used for anti-aircraft defense, but also as infantry ground support vehicle because of its enormous fire power.
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1:72 M3 75mm Half Tank

The model M3 75mm Half Tank in 1/72 scale has a length of about 86 mm. The Box contains 2 Kits. Decals included.
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1:72 M4A1 Sherman WoT

Article number: 510074002 Product: 1:72 M4A1 Sherman WORLD OF TANKS SERIES – MODEL SET BOX Available in Europe only PC IN-GAME BONUS CODES INCLUDED ACRYLIC PAINTS, GLUE AND BRUSH INCLUDE Length of the model 82 The M4 Sherman medium tank was the primary tank used by the United States during World War II. It was the first and most basic production version of the Sherman line and also the most commonly produced U.S. tank of WWII. It essentially formed the backbone of U.S. armored Forces at that time. As many as 49.234 vehicles were produced. The Sherman evolved from the M3 Medium Tank, refraining a lot from this previous design. However, the M4’s design introduced a full-traversable turret in combination with a 75mm gun. To facilitate production, the Sherman tank family was modified into perplexing array of variants – from the basic M4 through to the famous "Easy Eight". Shermans first saw combat with British forces in North Africa in late 1942, against the Panzer III and Panzer IV. They would then go on to be used on all fronts until the war’s end. The tank was easy to produce en masse and quite reliable. A lack of firepower and narrow tracks, which often caused it to get stuck on muddy terrain, were its main weaknesses.
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1:72 M4A2 Sherman III (2 fast ass. Mod.)

The model set M4A2 Sherman III in 1/72 scale includes 2 models with a length of 82 mm. Decals for 3 versions
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1:72 M4A3 76mm (Fast Ass. Kit) 2 Models

The Modelset M4A3 contains two models having a length of 83 mm. 2 FAST ASSEMBLY MODELS & SPECIAL WARGAME DECALS SHEET FOR 3 VERSION INCLUDED!
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1:72 M4A3E2 "JUMBO", 2 pcs

2 FAST ASSEMBLY MODELS & SPECIAL WARGAME DECALS INCLUDED!
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1:72 M60A1

Article number: 510007075 Product: 1:72 M60A1 Length of the model 131 mm The M-60 was introduced in the first years of ‘60s in the United States Army. It was developed and designed to be the evolution of the famous tanks M-47 and M-48 Patton series. The M-60 became the most important MBT (Main Battle Tank) of the U.S. Army during the Cold War years. It was produced, until 1983, by the American company Chrysler in 15.000 units and it was adopted, in several versions, by the armed forces of numerous countries all over the World. The main armament, installed in the turret, was the 105 mm. M68 gun. The M-60 was characterized by its big size and by the adoption of the powerful V12 turbodiesel engine able to release a good operating performance and a good speed on-road and off-road. It was deployed in a lot of conflicts and operational scenarios. Even today it is widely used by several Countries as Egypt, Turkey and Israel.
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1:72 Magach 6

Article number: 510007073 Product: 1:72 Magach 6 Length of the model 131 mm During the Yom Kippur War, in 1973, the backbone of Israeli armored troops was formed by the American tanks M48A3 and M60A1. However, the significant losses suffered during the battles, launched an improvement program in order to increase the operating effectiveness and the reliability of Israel’s tanks. During the 1970s, more in detail, the Magach 6 was developed on the basis of the American M60. Among the numerous modifications, such as the installation of a new fire control system and the improvement of the main armament, the most visible change was the adoption of ERA (explosive reactive armor) protections, fitted to reduce the effects of anti-tank weapons and missiles adopted by the enemy armies. Between 1980 and 1990 the Magachs have been gradually replaced by the most modern and advanced Merkava tanks as Israel’s front-line MBT (main battle tanks). However, the Magach 6, through continuous upgraded, has equipped several Israeli armored units until the mid-1990s.
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1:72 Panzer Kpfw. IV

Article number: 510007007 Product: 1:72 Panzer Kpfw. IV The model Panzer Kpfw. IV in 1/72 scale has a length of about 85 mm. Decals for one version. The Panzer IV was developed in the first few months of the 2nd World War to provide the German armoured forces with a better protected vehicle carrying a 7.5 CM cannon. This was a reaction to the limits of its predecessor the model III with a 5 CM cannon compared to the threat of the enemys means, in particular the soviet T 34s which were equipped with an arm of that calibre as well as good armour plating. The model IV tank was extensively used on all fronts during the 2nd World War by the German Army. Many different gradually improved versions were produced to face the on-going improvements of the opponents means.
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1:72 Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. F

Article number: 51000709 Product: 1/72 Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. F The modell Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. F in 1/72 scale has a length of about 66 mm. Decals for one version. The Panzer II was designed in 1934 to meet the need of the Wehrmacht to dispose of a light tank. Supplied with a 140 Hp Maybach engine installed at the rear, it was capable of reaching a maximum speed of 40 Km/h, with autonomy of 200 Km. The armament was made up of a 20 mm small cannon and a colossal 7.92 mm MG34 machine gun mounted on the turret. Its light armour never allowed it, during World War II, to be used widely as a combat tank, quickly overcome by the more armed and armoured Pz.Kpfw. III and IV. However its elevated manoeuvrability made it ideal for roles of advanced exploration. In fact it was used during the whole conflict by the German armoured divisions as a reconnaissance tank and for infantry support.
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1:72 Pz.Kpfw.V Panther

The model Pz.Kpfw. V Panther im Maßstab in scale 1/72 has a length of about 123 mm. The Box includes 2 Kits. The Panther was one of the most efficient and famous vehicles of WWII. It was created together with the well-known tank mark VI "Tiger". This tank entered service in 1943 supporting the Mark IV tanks, which had difficulties to oppose the onslaught of Soviet T-34 tanks on the Eastern front. During the following two years of the war this powerful tank was present in all war zones: Italy, France as well as during the final battles on German soil. It proved its qualities against its adversaries, from Sherman to Stalin.
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1:72 PzKpfw. III Ausf. J Fast Ass. Kit

The modelset Pz. Kpfw. III - J in scale 1/72 contents 2 models in length of about 77 mm. CONTAINS TWO FAST ASSEMBLY MODELS Decals for 2 versions Development of the Panzer III began in the mid-1930s with the aim to make it the backbone of the armoured battalions of the Wehrmacht, alongside a smaller number of heavier tanks (Panzer IV). Initially armed with a 37mm cannon, the Panzer III moved rapidly to a 50mm cannon and, in the upgraded versions (Ausf M and L), to the 75/24 gun with 64 rounds already used on the Panzer IV. Production ceased in August 1943.
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1:72 Rus. Tank T-34/85 Fast Assm. Kit

Article number: 510007515 Product: 1/72 Russian Tank T-34/85 Fast Assembly Kit The model Russian Tank T-34/85 Fast Assembly Kit in 1/72 scale has a length of about 118 mm. 100% NEW MOULDS THE BOX INCLUDES 2 KITS Decals for 2 versions
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1:72 Sd. Kfz. 173 Jagdpanther

Article number: 510007048 Product: 1:72 Sd. Kfz. 173 Jagdpanther The model Sd. Kfz. 173 Jagdpanther in 1/72 scale has a length of about 140 mm, including 1 figur. Decals for one version. The Jagdpanther is the tank destroyer version with a fixed gun based on the Panther G variant which has been known as one of the best tanks of World War II. This version with its characteristics of a compact and ballistically advantageous shape was equipped with a remarkable 88mm gun which was able to penetrate all allied tanks, included the well-protected Soviet Stalin Is and IIs. This vehicle went into production in 1944, and because of intensive allied bombing raids against Germany industry only reached the frontlines in limited numbers and thus had no impact on the war efforts.
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1:72 Sd. Kfz. 182 King Tiger

The model Sd. Kfz. 182 King Tiger in 1/72 scale has a length of about 112 mm. Decal for one version. This vehicle was one of the most powerful battle tanks in service during World War II. The King Tiger was armed with a formidable 88mm cannon, which enabled the tank to engage any allied tank even at long range. Because of its heavy armor, complex suspension systems and a complicated, maintenance-prone engine, the tank was non very reliable.
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1:72 Sd. Kfz. 184 Panzerjäger Elefant

The model Sd. Kfz. 184 Panzerjäger Elefant in 1/72 scale has a length of about 117 mm. Decal for one version. These vehicles, which mounted a casemate gun, were used extensively by the German Army throughout the Second World War, providing covering fire for infantry and also being used as tank-busters. Several hundred of this particular self-propelled gun - constructed on a Pz.Kpfw. IV tank chassis - were built in several versions that underwent constant armour and gun upgrades to keep pace with the development of enemy weapons.
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1:72 Sd. KFZ. 251/16 Flammpanzerwagen

The model Sd. KFZ. 251/16 Flammpanzerwagen in 1/72 scale has a length of about 81 mm. 2 Figures included Decals for 5 versions The Sd.Kfz.251 half-track was an armored fighting vehicle and was used by the Wehrmacht on all fronts, during the Second World War. Powered by a Maybach 6-cylinder petrol engine was able to achieve, even in off-road terrain, the speed of 55 km / h. Produced in huge numbers, it was mainly used to transport the "Panzergranadiers" but, during the war, several versions has been developed to meet various operational needs. The half-track Sd.Kfz. 251/16 Flammpanzerwagen was developed as real flame tank to support infantry attacks against fortification or enemy positions. It was equipped with two flamethrowers on the sides of the vehicle. Furthermore, inside the vehicle, two tanks of flammable liquid, that allowed weapons to operate for about 160 seconds, has been installed.
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1:72 Sd.Kfz 142/1 Sturmgesch.III

Article number: 510007522 Product: 1/72 Sd.Kfz 142/1 Sturmgeschütz III 100% NEW MOULDS SPECIAL WARGAME DECALS These vehicles, which mounted a casemate gun, were used extensively by the German Army throughout the Second World War, providing covering fire for infantry and also being used as tank-busters. Several hundred of this particular self-propelled gun - constructed on a Pz.Kpfw. III tank chassis - were built in several versions that underwent constant armour and gun upgrades to keep pace with the development of enemy weapons. Length of the model: 123 mm
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1:72 Sd.Kfz 265 Kleine Panzerbefehlswag.

Article number: 510007072 Product: 1:72 Sd.Kfz 265 Kleiner Panzerbefehlswagen Length of the model 61 mm The Sd.Kfz 265 Kleine Panzerbefehlswagen armored command vehicle was born to meet the need of the Wehrmacht Panzer Division Commanders to follow, as close as possible, the tanks and better coordinate them on the battlefield. The armored command vehicle was designed on the Panzer I Ausf. B light tank chassis. To increase the space for the unit commander and his staff, the traditional rotating turret with the main armament was removed and a tall fixed superstructure was installed. The commander’s room was able to host the battle maps, the transmission and the communication systems. An additional radio antenna could be used, on the hull, to increase the range of radio communication. Produced from the second half of ‘30s the "Panzerbefehlswagen" has been used in combat operations in September 1939 during the Poland invasion.
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1:72 Sd.Kfz.138 Pz.Jg Marder III Ausf. H

Article number: 510007060 Product: 1/72 Sd.Kfz.138 Pz.Jg Marder III Ausf. H The model Sd.Kfz.138 Pz.Jg Marder III Ausf. H in 1/72 scale has a length of about 81 mm, including 2 figures. Decals for one version. This self propelled anti-tank was built by the Germans in 1942 in order to face the dangerous, new Russian tanks and to equip their own anti-tank units with a mobile vehicle. Same body as the German Pz 38 (t). The turret was substitute by a fixed superstructure which incorporated a 75mm Pak 40 gun. Motor and interior equipment remained unchanged and therefore the vehicle was very high, while the gunners were in a rather exposed position. From 1943 to 1944 were a total of 975 units built. Widely used in Tunisia, Russia and Italy. Remained in service with Panzerjaegerabt, on the infantry, Panzergrenadier and armoured divisions until the end of 1944.
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1:72 Sd.Kfz.166 SturmPz. Brummbär

Article number: 510007050 Product: 1:72 Sd.Kfz.166 Sturmpanzer Brummbär Length of the model 85 mm Decals for 4 versions 2 FIGURES INCLUDED The Sturmpanzer Brummbar was based on a variation of the hull of the Panzer IV armoured tank and devised for the infantry to reduce need for bunkers and fortified resistance centres. This vehicle was fitted with a heavy 15 cm howitzer with shortened mine-launching barrel, fully capable of completing its task. 306 models were built in early 1943 when the vehicle was first introduced.
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1:72 Semovente M40 da 75/18, 2 pcs

The model kit Semovente M40 da 75/18 in 1/72 contains two models with a length of about 70 mm. The "Semovente" 75/18 M40, developed by Fiat Ansaldo, was employed by Regio Esercito from the end of 1941 in North Africa and was used up to the end of World War II. Although it was developed on the tank M13/40 old frame, was the only Italian armored vehicle, produced in large numbers, to pose a serious threat to Allied tanks. Its 75mm gun had a good fire power and was effective even with the most modern and heavily armored enemy tanks like the Sherman. The good and effective gun was not able to compensate several weaknesses such as a too light armor and a unreliable and weak engine directly derived from the tank M13/40. The Italian Semovente was used, in particular, by Ariete and Littorio Armoured Division in North Africa but also, up to the end of war, by Repubblica Sociale in the North of Italy.
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1:72 Sherman M4A3 75mm, 2 pcs

Article number: 510007518 Product: 1:72 Sherman M4A3 75mm The Sherman is one of the most famous tanks of World War II, and was also the standard tank of the allied armies. The M4 was fairly well protected with armor but not sufficient enough to confront the 88mm guns of the Germans. It had a valid engine, was reliable and had sufficient range as well as armament. KIT CONTAINS 2 MODELS.
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1:72 T 34 / 76 m42

The model set T34 /76 m42 in 1/72 scale contains two models. Length of each model: 93 mm. The 65-ton M103 Heavy Tank served with the US Army and US Marine Corps (USMC) during the height of the Cold War from 1957-1974. Its whole design was predicated on the need to counter Soviet heavy tanks, and thus it boasted a rifled 120mm M58 cannon for long-distance engagements. This gun fired a separate-loading round, which required two loaders, thus giving five men in the crew. The armor was up to 180mm thick on the front of the turret. Some 300 T43E1 tanks were built, of which 219 were later converted to M103A1 standard, and 153 rebuilt into M103A2. This cold-war new kit builds upon the previous M103A1 but comes with various new-tooled parts; engine deck, fender, traveling lock, search light and storage rack. The turret is also modified. It is extremely well engineered and the parts separation is cleverly handled by the design team. Modelers can now build another such big heavy tank in the small 1/72 scale.
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1:72 T 34/76 Russian Tank

Article number: 510007008 Product: 1:72 T 34/76 Russian Tank The modell T 34/76 Russian Tank in 1/72 scale has a length of about 82 mm, including 2 figures. Decals for one version. The T 34 is considered among the best tanks used in the 2nd World War. Although simple in design, this vehicle was extremely robust, combining high speed with excellent off-road performance, plus good armament. Additionally, it was considerably armour plated and this aspect considerably reduced the efficiency of the German anti-tank cannons, at least in the initial stages of the war. Moreover, it featured an accentuated hull shape which increased its ballistic protection. Different, gradually improved versions of the T 34 were used throughout the War, giving a satisfactory account of themselves against Germanys massive Tigers and Panthers.
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1:72 Tiger II WoT

Article number: 510074001 Product 1:72 Tiger II WORLD OF TANKS SERIES – MODEL SET BOX Available in Europe only PC IN-GAME BONUS CODES INCLUDED ACRYLIC PAINTS, GLUE AND BRUSH INCLUDED Length of the model 112 mm Often called "The Royal Tiger", Tiger II was the last serial heavy tank of the Third Reich. Powerful weapons – 88mm gun KwK 43 – and excellent optics combined with thick armour (150mm on the front of the hull, 80mm along the sides), the sheets of which were inclined to better deflect enemy shells. The Tiger II’s gun was a modified version of the gun from the "Ferdinand", which was 69.8 tons and as a result, this tank had poor road performance. Tiger II’s battle debut in the 503rd heavy tanks battalion on the Western Front of World War II on July 17 1944, clearly demonstrated all the advantages of new machines: the "Shermans" were lit up one by one. In fact, the "Royal Tigers" also dropped out due to mechanical problems and breakdowns during the retreat. On the Soviet- German front, the first battle of Tiger II did not bring them success: Soviet artillery, self-propelled guns, and the heavy tanks of IS-2 gave the enemy a very warm welcome on August 11-13 1944. Tiger II was definitely a very powerful tank. However, being released in the relatively small number of 492 tanks, it could not influence the outcome of the war for Germany.
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1:72 Carro Armato M13/40, 2 pcs

Article number: 510007517 Product: 1/72 Carro Armato M13/40, 2 pcs The model set Panzer M13/40 in 1/72 scale contains 2 models. Length of the model 70 mm. Decals for one version. The M 13/40 medium tank entered into service with the Royal Italian Army in 1940, replacing the previous models which were judged to have inadequate armament and armour plates in comparison to the English models met in North Africa at the beginning of the conflict. The M 13 was the first tank of Italian conception with a turret cannon with a 47 mm calibre gun. It was soon proven to be insufficient against the amour plates of the Allies. ?Even so, it was extensively used on all fronts until the armistice in 1943.
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1:72 JS-2m Stalin - SOVIET HEAVY TANK

Article number: 510007040 Product: 1:72 JS-2m Stalin - SOVIET HEAVY TANK The model JS-2m Stalin - Soviet. Schwerer Panzer in 1/72 scale has a length of about 132 mm. Decals for one version. The appearance of new German heavy tanks on the Asian front - the Tiger in particular -, stimulated Soviet engineers to develop a new generation of armoured vehicles, based on the T-100 prototype. The torsion bar suspension was mounted higher in the hull, lowering the tanks height from the ground and allowing the installation of a larger turret able to hold a 100mm cannon (in the JS-1) or a 122mm cannon (in the JS-2, which appeared at the end of 1943).
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1:72 Pz.Kpfw.VI Tiger I Ausf.E 2 easykit

The modelset Pz.Kpfw.VI Tiger I Ausf. E in scale 1/72 consist two models with a lenght of about 68 mm (each model). NEW DECALS SHEET THE BOX CONTAINS 2 FAST ASSEMBLY MODELS The Tiger was certainly the most famous armored vehicle of World War II. Its fire power and protective armor made it the dominating factor on all battle fields during the years 1943-44. It did, however, present considerable problems, due to its complex mechani?cal construction. The Tiger crews were continuosly engaged in maintenance work, which was aggravated through extreme conditions in the African desert and the Russian Plains. CONTAINS TWO FAST ASSEMBLY MODELS.
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1:72 Sd.Kfz.305 Ambulance

Article number: 510007055 Product: 1/72 Sd.Kfz.305 Ambulance Length of the model 83 mm The Opel Blitz medium truck was used extensively by the German Army on all fronts during World War Two. Several thousand of them were produced. They were also used as platforms for antiaircraft weaponry and tanker, workshop and ambulance versions were made. Of sturdy construction and easy to maintain, it also featured good off-road performance which made it invaluable in both the Russian and African campaigns.
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1:72 WWII Ger.Kfz. 305 3to.Cargo Truck

Article number: 510007014 Product: 1:72 WWII Ger.Kfz. 305 3to.Cargo Truck The model Kfz. 305 Opel Blitz in 1/72 has a length of about 83 mm. Decals for one version. The Opel Blitz medium truck was used extensively by the German Army on all fronts during World War Two. Several thousand of them were produced. They were also used as platforms for anti-aircraft weaponry and tanker, workshop and ambulance versions were made. Of sturdy construction and easy to maintain, it also featured good off-road performance which made it invaluable in both the Russian and African campaigns.
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