British Airborne Signals Jeep
Communication is imperative within warfare and many personnel have recognised the massive advantage radios can give to coordinating efforts with numerous units. As a result, the Allies Airborne forces have adapted one of their jeeps to have the main function...
£15.00
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Soviet White scout car
£20.00
Soviet White scout car
The M3 was too large and heavy to be considered a proper scout car, but its transport capacity (eight men and a driver) made it suitable for a number of tasks including that of armoured transport and reconnaissance vehicle. The...
£20.00
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US/Allied LVT-4 "Buffalo" Amtrac
The Landing Vehicle Tracked (LVT) was a small amphibious landing craft, introduced by the United States Navy, Marine Corps and Army during World War II. The LVT-4 Buffalo was by far the most numerous version, with over 8,000 vehicles produced....
£26.00
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British Airborne Cut Down Moris
As the name implies, this was simply a version of the standard C8 Morris ‘Quad’ tractor that had been introduced in 1939 to tow 25-pdr guns and 4.5” howitzers. The original ‘quad’ was both too large and too heavy to...
£20.00
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A7V, German WWI tank
£27.00
A7V, German WWI tank
One metal and resin vehicle. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£27.00
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British Churchill AVRE
£26.00
British Churchill AVRE
  AVRE stands for Armoured Vehicle Royal Engineers and provided excellent battlefield suppost to the engineers.  Armed with a devastating 290mm spigot mortar this tank was more than capable of cracking bunkers and other fortifications as well as providing the...
£26.00
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