Ludewig-built Wehrmacht late Model W.39 transport bus built on an Opel Blitz truck chassis. Kit features chassis frame with separately molded suspension and exhaust, full engine and driveline, detailed dash and driver's seat, full passenger interior (bench seats), segmented hood panels, well represented on-vehicle equipment, Notek lamp, injection-molded wheel/tire assemblies, acetate window glazing and photo-etch parts (roof luggage rack, rear ladder, rearview mirror, windshield wipers and clearance indicators). Decals and painting reference for 2 vehicles: 1st Panzer Division in Ukraine, November 1943 and from a Red Army captured example of the 1st Ukrainian Front during summer 1944 - includes registration plates, tactical symbols and printed paper Soviet propaganda signs.
The M4 Sherman, officially Medium Tank, M4, was the most widely used medium tank by the United States and Western Allies in World War II. The M4 Sherman proved to be reliable, relatively cheap to produce, and available in great numbers. Thousands were distributed through the Lend-Lease program to the British Commonwealth and Soviet Union.
1/35 scale. Soviet BA-20 Armored Car Mod. 1937. HobbyBoss. The BA-20 was an armored car developed in the Soviet Union in 1934. It was intended to replace the FAI and its field trials were completed in 1935. The BA-20 was then used in the early stages of World War II. Kit features interior with (seats, drive control and gauges), detailed exterior with separate tools, one-piece upper hull with separate (doors, turret and hatches), optional hatches and engine doors, separate on-vehicle tools and equipment including tool box, multi-part driveline and suspension assemblies, exhaust system, radiator and positionable louvers, rubber tires with spare and rack, 7.62mm DT machine gun, detailed GAZ-M1 engine, clear parts for headlights and photoetch accents (engine, exhaust). Decals and five-view color reference for five (5) vehicles in overall camouflage Green - includes dash gauges.
1/35 scale. Soviet BA-20 Armored Car Mod. 1939. HobbyBoss. The BA-20 was an armored car developed in the Soviet Union in 1934 and was then used in the early stages of World War II. Kit features detailed exterior, interior with (seats, drive control, dashboard and gauges), one-piece upper hull, separate turret, optional (vision ports, hatches and doors), separate on-vehicle tools and equipment including tool boxes, multi-part driveline and suspension assemblies, exhaust system, radiator, rubber tires with spare and cover, 7.62mm DT machine gun, detailed GAZ-M1 engine, clear accents (headlights) and photoetch accents (engine and exhaust pipes). Decals and five-view color reference for vehicles in two (2) camouflage schemes - includes dash gauges.
Plastic model kit of the Bumerang APC, an amphibious wheeled armored personnel carrier being developed for the Russian Army. The Bumerang was first seen in public (initially with its turret and cannon shrouded) during rehearsals for the 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade.
1/35 scale. Soviet T-37A Light Tank (Podolsk). HobbyBoss. The T-37A was a Soviet amphibious light tank created in 1932 based on the British Vickers tankette and other operational amphibious tanks. It was the first series of mass-produced fully amphibious tanks in the world. Kit features one-piece lower hull, upper hull with exterior detail, two-piece turret with separate hinged hatch, 7.62mm DT machine gun, detailed running gear with idler and sprocket wheels, individual track links, separate (tools, handholds and fittings), photoetch parts and injection molded tow cable. Decals and five-view color painting guide for four (4) vehicles.
Soviet light tank derived from the T-40S. From September 1941, a number of T-30 tanks equipped with ShVAK 20mm automatic cannon (Beitan 750 rounds), this is the last kind of development model. Kit has detailed exterior, one piece lower hull, separately molded hatch and on-vehicle equipment, hatch can be open or closed, metal gun barrel, copper wire, detailed running gear and individual tracks links, photo-etch parts. Decals and color painting guide for 2 vehicles.
Detailed replica with Multi-Colored Parts - no painting needed, Assembles without glue, May be finished with stickers or decals included, Accurate, finely engraved panel lines and rivet details.
1/35 scale. T-14 Armata - Object 148. Panda Hobby. The T-14 Armata ('Object 148') is a new Russian main battle tank based on the Armata Universal Combat Platform. It was first seen in public (initially with its turret and cannon shrouded) during rehearsals for the 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade. Kit has 1-piece lower hull and upper hull with exterior detail, separate unmanned turret, roof-mounted commander's sight, hinged hatches, 2A82-1M cannon, Afghanit hard-kill launchers, 12.7 mm Kord machine gun and 7.62 mm PKTM machine gun, copper wire tow cables, entrenching blade, active electronically scanned array radar, explosive reactive armor, on-vehicle storage boxes, detailed running gear (road wheels, sprockets and individual track links), clear accents (sights, lights, vision ports, optical equipment), photoetch accents (engine intake, exhaust screens, engine cover lift rings, turret screen, brackets, latches and other accents). Decals and color markings for a single tank.
1/35 scale. T-15 Armata - Object 149. Panda Hobby. The T-15 Armata with industrial designation 'Object 149,' is a Russian heavy infantry fighting vehicle first seen in public (initially with its turret covered) in 2015 during rehearsals for the Moscow Victory Day Parade. Kit has 1-piece lower hull and upper hull with exterior detail, copper wire tow cables, detailed running gear (road wheels, sprockets and individual track links), storage boxes, containers, baskets and other filigree accents, Bumerang-BM turret with (2A42 30 mm auto cannon, 7.62 mm coaxial PKT and Kornet-EM anti-tank guided missiles), ammunition rounds, smoke grenade dischargers, smoke grenades, optional position hatches and view port shields, sensors and antennas, gunner sight system, radar, night vision equipment, clear accents (sights, lights, vision ports, optical equipment), photoetch accents (engine intake and exhaust screens, fasteners, engine cover lift rings and antenna brackets and other accents). Decals and color markings for a single tank.
1/35 scale. Soviet Heavy Tank Object 279. Soviet Object No 279) experimental special purpose heavy tank developed in 1959 - intended function over cross-country terrain and to withstand a nuclear explosion shockwave. Kit features crisp raised and engraved surface detail, fully rendered quad-row running gear, individual link track, optional position crew hatches, separately molded on-vehicle tools and equipment, photoetch parts (grilles, brackets) and braided wire tow cable. Multi-view color painting reference for a single Red Army prototype vehicle.
1/35 scale. Panzerkampfwagen Pz.Kpfw.I Ausf.C (VK 601). HobbyBoss. Early to mid-WWII German light reconnaissance tank with improved armor and new chassis and turret as compared to the Panzer I Ausf.A or B. Kit has well detailed exterior, suspension with interleaved road wheels, individual link track, separate hatches and on-vehicle equipment, plus photoetch parts (exhaust grille, jerry can brackets and hull fittings). Color painting guide and decals for a single Wehrmacht vehicle in overall Panzer Gray.
1/35 scale. Soviet T-37 Amphibious Light Tank - Early. HobbyBoss. The T-37 was a Soviet amphibious light tank, it was first created in 1932 based on the British Vickers tankette and other operational amphibious tanks. The T-37 was the first series of mass-produced fully amphibious tanks in the world. Kit has one-piece lower hull, separately molded hatches and on-vehicle equipment, hatches can be open or closed, turret with movable MG, photoetch parts, detailed running gear and individual tracks links. Five-view color painting guide for one (1) vehicle.
Long serving (WWI-WWII) Rolls-Royce-built military armored car based on the civilian Silver Ghost chassis, model reflects 1920 modernization covered type wheels. Features fully detailed engine, frame, and suspension; driver's and fighting compartment interiors; rear bed with stowage boxes, separately molded on-vehicle equipment; Lee-Enfield rifles (x4); separately molded rear body and turret roof hatches; rotatable turret with Vickers machine gun; vinyl tires; and acetate lenses for lamps. Decals and painting reference for 2 British vehicles: registration #SV-4996, Royal Tank Corps, anti-invasion patrol, Derbyshire, 1939 and 'Ajax', No 1 AAC Squadron Egypt-Iraq, 1940-43.
Among the huge number of different trucks used by the American army throughout the modern era (since World War II), only some can rightfully be called legendary, as it is difficult to distinguish the part they played in terms of the widespread use of the vehicles in everyday military life. One such truck was the M37 developed by the Dodge company in 1950, which incorporated all the best features of its WWII predecessors. Kit has multi-part frame with exterior detail, detailed (drivers interior, engine, radiator, radiator face plate, gas tank, exhaust system, front end winch), driveline with rubber tires (including spare), optional (hood and doors), wood textured cargo area with optional canvas top, separate on-vehicle tools and equipment, injection molded clear (windows and windshield). Decals and color markings for (2) vehicles: US Army, Vietnam, Late 1960's and RCAF, Korea 1953 - includes dash panel gauges.
Plastic model kit of the LKW 5t mil, a family of high-mobility off-road trucks developed by MAN SE for the German army, mainly flatbeds and covered wagons used to transport material and troops, carriers for the Kabine II of the fire control system (FERA) of the Light Artillery Rocket System (LARS) and as recovery vehicle for the KZO 'Brevel' drone, equipped with a 1-ton crane by Atlas-Weyhausen.
Plastic model kit of the Russian BAZ-64022, a high mobility tractor truck, a member of BAZ Voschina family of heavy military vehicles. Used as a prime mover to tow special semi trailers with Russian S-400 air defense missiles. S-400 an anti-aircraft weapon system developed in the 1990s by Russia's Almaz Central Design Bureau as an upgrade of the S-300 family. Kit consist of over 900 parts, multi-part frame, separate cab and extension, detailed drivers compartment, (x3) bucket seats, cab steps, separate doors and roof hatch, separate on-vehicle tools and equipment, detailed multiple rocket launcher system with (4) launch tubes (combat or travel mode), stabilizing jacks, auxiliary hydraulics, missile system generator, vynil tubing, winch (x2), detailed drive line, diesel engine and transmission, exhaust system, fan, radiator, fuel tank, (12) rubber tires with tread pattern (includes spares with racks), wire tow cables, ladders, die-cut window mask, transparent (windshield, windows, lights and interior), photoetch (engine, undercarriage, mud flaps, cab, cab steps, light guards, generator, brackets, latches, other interior and exterior fittings). Decals and 5-view color reference for (2) vehilces - includes stencil data and markings for vehicle and launch tubes, dash panel gauges. Length: 437mm Width: 113.2 mm