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AMC Schneider P16 Half-track
Mounting a 3.7cm gun and a co-axial 7.5mm machine gun this armoured half track was in use by the French military long before the start of the Second World War. As the war began the French army was in the...
Armadillos were improvised armoured self-propelled guns based on any available lorry chassis for airfield defence. The ‘armour’ consisted of wood and/or steel plates lined with gravel. The Mark I and II were armed with two Lewis Guns mounted in an...
British AEC Armoured Car Mk II
The heavy hitters of the recon regiments! Despite their size and appearance these apparent light weights carried a not too shabby 6pdr (57mm) gun. The Mark III was upgraded to a 75mm cannon possibly the most potent anti tank weapon...
British AEC Armoured Car Mk III
Mounting a potent 75mm gun the mk III AEC armoured car was probably the most heavily armed recce vehicle of WWII. The earlier Mk II carried the 6 pounder (57mm) gun and can be found here. The 'heavy' troop in...
British Airborne Army Expansion Set
Fully unleash the might of the British Airborne with this expansion set, designed to go hand in hand with the starter army. By dropping the light mortar and fielding the extras in this set you'll have what you need to...
British Airborne Division
Packed with everything you need to take on the might of Germany this awesome set works particularly well alongside Pegasus Bridge or the Ham & Jam collectors set! You also get the Exclusive Dennis On model with this deal, win...
British Airborne Jeep & Trailer
In addition to normal Jeeps, the airborne forces at Arnhem were supplied with special Recce Jeeps, fitted with single or twin Vickers machine guns. British Airborne Recce Jeep in action Using speed as it's main offensive and defensive tool, this...
British Daimler Dingo MkII Scout Car
One of the most widespread scout cars in the British and Commonwealth armies. The Dingoes were the unsung heroes of the armoured and infantry division's reconnaissance regiments as well as the army level recce regts! Fast and light; they may...
British Expeditionary Force 1939 - 1940
The British Expeditionary Force began moving into France on 4 September 1939. Joining the combined Belgian and French troops, the BEF fought against the German Blitzkrieg. With the nation venerated as a whole from the first World War, the standard of...
British Expeditionary Force 1940
To Commemorate Dunkirk, 26 May - 4 June 1940, and in preparation for the Bolt Action Summer Campaign 'Invasion Of Britain' we bring you a series of Bolt Action Armies flavoured to depict these heroic men, of all nationalities, that...
Daimler Armoured Car Mk 1
Tough, fast and agile, the Daimler's design was an enlarged version of the successful Daimler Dingo. With four-wheel drive and extremely low gearing, it could climb extremely steep slopes with ease. Its rotating turret was armed with a 2 pounder...
Grabner's SS Humber Armoured Car
This pack depicts SS Hauptsturmfuhrer Viktor Gräbner in his captured British Humber armoured car. On the afternoon of the 17th of September Lieutenant Colonel Frost's 2nd Parachute Battalion approached the Arnhem road bridge. At around 1800 hours they witnessed the 40 armoured...
Home Guard 'Malcolm Campbell' armoured car
In 1940, only about one family in five owned a car; most people relied on the well-developed public transport system. Most civilian cars were decommissioned during the war as petrol was at first rationed then eventually denied to civilians altogether....
Humber Armoured Car MKII
Fast, armoured and deadly, the Humber Armoured Car MKII, with its 15mm besa Machine gun and over 70mph top speed, is an essential component in a well equipped British and Commonwealth army. The vehicle was used in the North African...
Humber Scout Car
The Humber Scout Car carried a crew of two, with an emergency seat for a third member. It was equipped with a No. 19 radio set and armed with either a Vickers K machine gun or a drumfed Bren gun. This...
Morris CS9 armoured car
This early war British light armoured car saw action during the Fall of France and the campaign in the Western Desert. Pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Morris light recce car
Produced by Morris, based on one of their existing lorry chassis, this had an unusual layout with all three crew sitting side-by-side. This gave the vehicle its distinctive side profile. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Panhard 178 armoured car
The Panhard 178 or "Pan-Pan" was an advanced French reconnaissance 4x4 armoured car that was designed for the French Cavalry before World War II. It had a crew of four and was equipped with an effective 25mm main armament and a 7.5mm coaxial machine gun. A number...
Polish TKS Tankette
Like so many other of the world's armies in the 1930's Poland flirted with small tanks, unable to afford larger gun-armed tanks in quantity. When the Germans crashed over their borders in September 1939, they too arrived, we should remember,...
Polish wz.29 Ursus heavy armoured car
Designed in 1929, the Samochd Pancerny wzr 29('armoured car 1929 pattern'), was more commonly known as Ursus or CWS. Based on the chassis of a 2-ton truck, the Ursus mounted a 37mm anti-tank gun and multiple machine guns. Although adequately...