14th Marine Artillery USMC
This set contains: 1 USMC 75mm pack howitzer light artillery 1 Dodge Weapons Carrier Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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....
One of the most iconic pieces of hardware in US Military history, over 40,000 M3 half-tracks were produced during World War II with many thousands of similar models also being supplied to their allies. The M3A1 was ideally suited to...
M8 Scott GMC
It was developed on the chassis of the then-new Light Tank M5 (Stuart VI). The test vehicle had the standard M5 turret removed, and replaced with an open-topped turret. Armament consisted of a new open-topped turret armed with a 75mm...
US Army Jeep with 30 Cal MMG
In June 1940 the American army asked for a vehicle that could "go-anywhere". The answer was the four-wheel drive Willys MB and the Ford GPW, both models referred to as 'Jeeps'. 630,000 jeeps were produced by the end of the...
'Deuce' 2-and-a-half ton truck with 50cal.MG
The workhorse of the US army as well as doing sterling service with many other countries during World War II and for many years afterwards this 2 1/2 ton truck is a symbol of the US war machine. Originally manufactured...
Dodge Weapons Carrier
The Dodge WC series was a range of light military trucks produced by Dodge and Fargo during World War II. They were known as the WC series ‘W’ being the letter code for 1941 and ‘C’ designating the ½ ton...