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Carson 1:35 Dt. Pzkpfw.IV F1/F2/G m. DAK Fig.

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1:35 Dt. Pzkpfw.IV F1/F2/G m. DAK Fig.

510006593

€36.99

Article number: 510006593 Product: 1:35 Dt. Pzkpfw.IV F1/F2/G m. DAK Fig. 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. The production of Panzer IV Ausf. F, started in 1941, marked a decisive boost in the evolution of the tank. It featured an improved armor on the turret and hull. The first version of Panzer IV F, featuring the traditional 7.5 cm. KwK 37 short-barreled cannon, were not able to fight successfully against the Soviet T-34 and KV-1 heavy armored tank. The adoption of the anti-tank design KwK 40 long-barreled cannon, on the Ausf. F2 version, has decisively increased the Panzer IV effectiveness against enemy tanks. Thanks to its new high velocity and high penetration gun, the Panzer IV became, once again, "lethal" on the battlefields. They were used, albeit in limited numbers, with the 15th and 21st Panzer Divisions on the North African front. Detailed plastic kit

Carson 1:24 Jeep Willys MB 80th Anniversary

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1:24 Jeep Willys MB 80th Anniversary

510003635

€37.99

Article number: 510003635 Product: 1:24 Willys Jeep MB "80th Anniversary" In 1940, after World War II had broken out, the US general staff ordered various factories to design a light multipurpose 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 of1941 and reached a total output of 640.000 units out of which 277.000 pieces were produced by Ford under a licensing agreement. This shows that the Jeep was the most widely produced light vehicle of the war industry during World War II. Even after 80 years, the "Willys" is still considered today, to be the four-wheeled vehicle which is most symbolic of the American army during the Second World War, and thanks to its enthusiasts and collectors, there are many examples of the jeep, still in perfect working order. Detailed plastic kit

Carson 1:35 1/4 Ton 4x4 US Ambulance Vehicle

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1:35 1/4 Ton 4x4 US Ambulance Vehicle

510000326

€11.99

Article number: 510000326 Product: 1:35 1/4 Ton 4x4 US Ambulance Vehicle Model Dim.: 11,8 cm Decals for 2 versions The ubiquitous jeep is perhaps the most all-round vehicle ever constructed. Because it xas ruggedly built and thus able to traverse most types of terrain without suffering structural damage, one of the task assigned to the jeep was that of ambulance service.

Carson 1:35 15cm Panzerwerfer 42 auf SWS

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1:35 15cm Panzerwerfer 42 auf SWS

510006562

€31.99

Article number: 510006562 Product: 1:35 15cm Panzerwerfer 42 auf SWS Length of the model 198 mm NEW DECAL SHEET The Schwerer Wehrmachtschlepper (SWS) was developed as a medium half-track and used to transport supplies to front-line troops or as a towing vehicle for the light artillery. However, on the large rear flat load compartment some other applications have been developed. One modification was the Panzerwerfer 42 auf SWS, a 10 barreled 15 cm Nebelwerfer 42 rocket launched placed over an armored ammunition storage compartment. The rocket launcher, developed as device to create smoke screens, was soon used as real artillery able to launch high-explosive ammunitions. It could shoot the rocktes with impressive and deadly. Detailed Plastic Kit of model 15cm Panzerwerfer 42 auf SWS in scale 1:35

Others 1:35 Bedford QL Truck

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1:35 Bedford QL Truck

510000241

€36.99

Article number: 510000241 Product: 1:35 Bedford QL Truck The Bedford QL line of military trucks was established in the late 1930s for the British Army to have a more modern and flexible transport vehicle. Following the conclusion of testing in 1940 and in early 1941, the Bedford QLs were distributed to Army Corps, Regiments and other Units. For the duration of the war it was deployed on various fronts, proving to be a highly effective support vehicle for meeting both logistical and transportation needs due to its four-wheel drive and relatively low weight which further enhanced its load capacity. With its flexibility and robustness, it was also used for towing and transporting artillery pieces such as the 6 pounder anti-tank gun and the 40mm Bofors anti-aircraft gun. Equipped with a 72 horsepower 6-cylinder petrol engine, it was also notable for its ease of maintenance and repair, an important feature on the battlefield. Detailed Plastic Kit

Carson 1:35 BMW R 75 with Side Car

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1:35 BMW R 75 with Side Car

510000315

€11.99

Article number: 510000315 Product: 1:35 BMW R 75 with Side Car Model Dim.: 6,6 cm Contains 3 figures. Decal for one version. The new German army made use of the experiences collected in World War I to realize their modern reconstruction based on motorization. In spite of the limitations of the Treaty of Versailles able commanders introduced civilian vehicles into the army, thus creating a motorized mentality. In 1940 already, a battalion consisting of 3 to 4 companies each equipped with 52 motorcycles with sidecars and 4 motorcy-cles (single), was integrated into the motorized infantry and the armored divisions. Moreover, motorcycles were present in nearly all other Wehrmacht units, especially with the reconaissance units and the command, as well as the pioneer and the supply units. Produced in 16.500 units, the BMW R 75 together with the Zijndapp KS 750 formed the nucleus of the motorized units on all theatres of operations, especially in Africa and in Russia. The motorcycle was armored with an MG 34 mounted on the sidecar. On the road, it reached a maximum speed of 92 Km/h.

Others 1:35 Carro Armato P40

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1:35 Carro Armato P40

510006599

€36.99

Article number: 510006599 Product: 1:35 Carro Armato P40 The early years of WW2 highlighted the inadequacies of Italian medium tanks in modern warfare, which was now characterized by clashes between heavily armed and heavily armored tanks, and also by the use of more effective and lethal anti-tank weapons. Following detailed analysis of German and wartime opponents British and Soviet military vehicles, a 26 ton heavy tank was created. This new tank, which underwent several design changes over time, incorporated more modern features such as inclined front plates, a more powerful and better performing 420 HP diesel engine and a more suitable main armament, the 75/34 Ansaldo gun. The P26/40 as it would forever be known, unfortunately retained some obsolescent features that were characteristic of Italian armoured vehicle production from the mid 1930s, namely the armor plate riveting snd the leaf spring suspension system. Detailed plastic kit

Carson 1:35 Commando Car

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1:35 Commando Car

510000320

€12.49

Article number: 510000320 Product: 1/35 Gefechtswagen Model Dim.: 9,5 cm 1 FIGURE INCLUDED Much work was carried out in the USA and Britain to design special airborne vehicles to drop behind the enemy lines. Willys MB-Jeeps engaged in helping the Infantry by clearing snipers and other commando tasks. Generally manned by a sergeant and a trooper this vehicle was modified in many respects. It was armed with no fewer than five machine guns and had additional tanks for 135 l. of fuel.

Others 1:35 Dodge WC-56 Command Car

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1:35 Dodge WC-56 Command Car

510000228

€20.99

Article number: 510000228 Product: 1:35 Dodge WC-56 Command Car The Dodge WC range of military transport vehicles was mainly produced by American industry during the Second World War. The development of the WC 51-52 series aimed to create a light, four-wheel drive "utility vehicle", characterized by great reliability and flexibility in any environment and further enhanced by a good payload. The Dodge vehicle development project was extremely successful and together with the famous ¼ ton "Jeep" Willys, the Dodge WC ¾ ton "Beeps" was the most produced vehicle by American armament factories during the Second World War and which significantly contributed to the logistical needs of the United States Army on its various fronts. The Dodge vehicle with its good payload of almost 700 kg could be enhanced by the application of rear "trailers" and was produced in numerous versions and with different fittings including flatbed, open cab, troop, ammunition and armament transportation modes. The WC-56 version was specifically dedicated to communications and officer transportation tasks.

Carson 1:35 Dt. Sd.Kfz.138 Marder III Ausf. H

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1:35 Dt. Sd.Kfz.138 Marder III Ausf. H

510006566

€31.99

Article number: 510006566 Product: 1:35 Dt. Sd.Kfz.138 Marder III Ausf. H The tank destroyer Marder III Sd.Kfz. 138 was developed for the Wehrmacht on the basis of the now obsolete Czechoslovak-made Panzerkampfwagen 38(t). It went into production in 1942 for the needs of the eastern operation area and was used on all fronts until the end of the war. A major improvement was the installation of an effective 75 mm anti-tank gun protected by a slanted steel shield. In order to better protect the soldiers, the engine was placed in the rear part of the vehicle and the weapon system in the middle. With the Marder III, the Wehrmacht had an easy-to-manufacture tank destroyer with high firepower that was capable of fighting the most important tanks of the time. Detailed Plastic Kit of model Schnellboot Typ S-38 mit 4.0cm Flak 28 (Bofors) in scale 1:35   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

Carson 1:35 Dt. SdKfz. 234/2 Puma 8-Rad

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1:35 Dt. SdKfz. 234/2 Puma 8-Rad

510006572

€35.99

Article number: 510006572 Product: 1:35 Dt. SdKfz. 234/2 Puma 8-Rad The German armored car ‘Schwerer Panzerspähwagen Sd.Kfz. 234/2’ known as "Puma", was developed and produced by the German war machine in the closing years of WW2. The vehicle proved to be an excellent mix of mobility, protection and firepower which was built upon the operational experience gained by the Wehrmacht in the early stages of the conflict. From 1939 onwards the German army had used armored vehicles very effectively for advanced reconnaissance tasks, and also in a ground support role for its troops. The "Puma" was initially a reconnaissance vehicle, but due to its KwK 39 L / 60 50 mm gun it could also be used equally effectively in offensive actions against infantry and other armored vehicles. It was deployed in limited numbers on both the Eastern and Western fronts. The highly effective independent suspension system of the eight wheels and the powerful engine, enabled the Puma to reach speeds of up to 90 km/h on all types of battlefield terrain. Detailed plastic kit in scale 1:35

Others 1:35 DUKW Amphibious vehicle

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1:35 DUKW Amphibious vehicle

510006392

€32.99

Article number: 510006392 Product: 1:35 DUKW Amphibious vehicle To meet the logistical needs of the US Army landing forces in transferring loads quickly and efficiently from ships to beaches, the American General Motor CCKW-353 2½ t 6x6 amphibious version tactical transport truck was designed and built for this purpose. The basic vehicle components were the same as the GMC road truck with its 4,400 cm3 6-cylinder engine, three differentials and six driving wheels. The DUKW was characterized by a welded hull to make it amphibious, which was then reinforced by horizontal ribs. Its key attribute however was its extraordinary versatility and load capacity. It could carry a 2,400 kg payload or 25 fully equipped troops. DUKWs were deployed extensively in all theaters of war by the U.S. Army, U.S. Marines and the armed forces of numerous Allied countries. Notably, they featured in many significant WW11 beach landings including the D-Day Normandy landings at Utah and Omaha and also at Salerno, Anzio and on the beaches of the Pacific campaign. Kit, instructions, decor

Carson 1:35 German Truck 3to. TYPE S

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1:35 German Truck 3to. TYPE S

510000216

€26.99

Article number: 510000216 Product: 1/35 German Truck 3to. TYPE S Model Dim.: 17,1 cm Registered by the Wehrmacht under the designation LKW 3,6-36 S 3t Blitz, this truck was the typical example of that practice of unification adopted in 1938 for the construction of civil transport means convertible into military vehicles. Actually, this truck - OPEL without BLITZ - was manufactured for commercial use featuring more or less the same characteristics.

Carson 1:35 GMC 2 1/2Ton.Truck"D-Day 80th Ann."

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1:35 GMC 2 1/2Ton.Truck"D-Day 80th Ann."

510006271

€25.99

Article number: 510006271 Product: 1:35 GMC 2 1/2Ton.Truck"D-Day 80th Ann." The GMC 2 ½ ton truck was built in an exceptionally high number of units and can be considered the backbone of the logistical operations of the U.S. Army during World War II. Characterized by a very robust and reliable structure, its strength lay in its excellent off-road performance, thanks to its six-wheel drive and effective suspension design. It was produced in numerous variations, including the more common "cargo" versions with open or closed cabins, "long wheelbase," and "short wheelbase." Additionally, various configurations, some developed directly in the field, were tailored for more specific and precise purposes. Its role was crucial in meeting the demanding logistical needs following the initial stages of the Normandy landings, involving the transportation and handling of substantial quantities of troops and materials. Detailed plastic kit   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Carson 1:35 HEMTT Gun Truck

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1:35 HEMTT Gun Truck

510106510

€41.99

Article number: 510106510 Product: 1:35 HEMTT Gun Truck Model Dim.: 28,0 cm FULLY UPGRADE MOULDS Decals for one version The acronym HEMTT (Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck) identifies a range eight-wheel drive off-road capable heavy truck, produced from the mid-80s for the United States Army. Thanks to its features, the HEMTT is able to guarantee a great off-road mobility and significant transportation performance. It has become the real "workhorse" of the Army capable of carrying ammunition and equipment in a very effective way. In a lot of conflicts, as in Iraq and Afghanistan, it has been often modified by the field workshops, on the specific requirements of the crews, in order to be more and more effective in the hard operating environments, Furthermore some HEMTT versions have been modified to be used in escort and convoys protection duties. Some additional protections and defensive weapons have been add on.

Others 1:35 HMMWV M966 TOW Carrier

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1:35 HMMWV M966 TOW Carrier

510006598

€24.99

Article number: 510006598 Product: 1:35 HMMWV M966 TOW Carrier The military vehicle developed for the US Army with the acronym HMMWV ( High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle ), universally known as the "Humvee", is representative of the technological evolution of US "know-how" applied to the creation of extremely flexible, ‘all-condition’ vehicles of which even the "Willys", is still an icon today. The "Humvee" went into production during the 1980s and is characterized by its large dimensions and operational flexibility, due in part to the four-wheel drive and the robust structure, which can withstand the most challenging operational and environmental conditions. Different versions were made for roles such as troop transport, logistics, advanced reconnaissance and target acquisition. The M966 Tow Carrier version was equipped with a Tow missile system mounted on the roof of the vehicle in order to increase the Humvee's offensive potential against tanks and other armored vehicles. Detailed plastic kit in scale 1:32

Carson 1:35 IT WW2 PzKpfw.VI Tiger I Ausf.E mP.

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1:35 IT WW2 PzKpfw.VI Tiger I Ausf.E mP.

510006507

€39.99

Article number: 510006507 Product: 1:35 IT PzKpfw.VI Tiger I Ausf.E mP. Model Dim.: 24,1 cm - UPGRADED MOULDS - - Figure not included - Parts for two variants - Photo-etched fret and link by link tracks included - Decals for 4 versions The Tiger I tank, which has been produced in the second half of 1943, was based on the hull of the firstoperational version used in North Africa and Russia. At the beginning this tank had wheels with rubber rim,which will be replaced in the following productions starting from February 1944, but it was equipped withthe new turret with increased protection and better cupola for the commander. Besides some of thesevehicles maintained the characteristic system of dust filters Feifel, and the smoke grenade launchers. On thetanks produced since August 1943 was also applied a magnetic mine paste that will become standard on alltanks of the German Army.

Carson 1:35 Kfz. 69 Schwimmwagen

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1:35 Kfz. 69 Schwimmwagen

510000313

€12.99

Article number: 510000313 Product: 1/35 Kfz. 69 Schwimmwagen Model Dim.: 10,9 cm including 3 figures Decals for one version As the Volkswagen 82 (Kubelwagen) proved very successful during the campaign in Poland, it was necessary to produce everincreasing numbers of this vehicle. Later, Ferdinand Porsche developed an amphibian version of this car, called the Schwimmwagen. The light weight of this vehicle (about 1/2 ton) permitted crossing of muddy areas, since only two men were sufficient to keep this vehicle moving. For reconnaissance and liaison missions, water had to be crossed frequently, which was impossible with other vehicles.

Others 1:35 Kfz.12 Horch 901 typ 40 Early Vers.

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1:35 Kfz.12 Horch 901 typ 40 Early Vers.

510006597

€25.99

Article number: 510006597 Product: 1:35 Kfz.12 Horch 901 typ 40 Frühe Ausf. Beginning in the mid ‘30s Germany sought to improve the mobility and mechanization of its Army. One of the more important requirements of its ambitious development program was the adoption of a standard military chassis which would optimize cross country mobility. Among the different versions that were proposed, the medium off road passenger cars, four wheel drive platform, built by Opelwerk and Auto Union found favour.The Wehrmacht used them in various configurations as troop transports, as tow tractors and in reconnaissance roles. The Kfz. 12, built by Horch (Horch was part of the Auto Union group together with Wanderer, Audi and DKW), proved to be very reliable and robust in any operating environment due to its simple but effective design. Detailed Plastic Kit   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

Carson 1:35 Land Rover 109 "Guardia Civil"

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1:35 Land Rover 109 "Guardia Civil"

510006542

€21.49

Article number: 510006542 Product: 1:35 Land Rover 109 "Guardia Civil" Model Dim.: 12,5 cm UPGRADED MOULDS Decals for 3 versions The Land Rover was certainly one of the most famous symbols of "Made in England" automobile production and is a real milestone in the history of off-road vehicles. It was born immediately after the war, with the first prototypes realized on 1947. It has been characterized by the 4x4 traction system and by a robust and reliable design able to tackle the most difficult and challenging trails. The aluminum body provide lightness but, at the same time, more resistance against corrosions and more durable in time. In 1971, when the III Series was introduced, more than 1,000,000 of Land Rovers has been produced. Available in two versions: the "standard" one and the "long wheel base". Thanks to its extraordinary versatility was used in both military and civilian duties, and was also produced under license by the Spanish Motor Company Santana during the 70s. Detailed Plastic Kit of model Land Rover 109 "Guardia Civil" in scale 1:35

Carson 1:35 Leopard 1A5 MBT

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1:35 Leopard 1A5 MBT

510006481

€34.99

Article number: 510006481 Product: 1:35 KPz Leopard 1A5 WA The Leopard 1 tank which entered into service in the mid1960s, formed the backbone of the Armoured Corps of Federal Germany and of several NATO Countries during the "Cold War" period. The Leopard’s battle role was of paramount importance, as it was at the forefront in engaging the overwhelming number of tanks that could be deployed by the armies of the Warsaw Pact. It was armed with the reliable 105mm L7 gun which was capable of using different types of ammunition. The A5 version was a significant improvement with the adoption of a modified turret capable of housing the new computerized target identification and fire control systems. Composite armour plates made of polycarbonate were also added and which significantly increased the protection and resistance from enemy hits.

Carson 1:35 Leopard 2A4

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1:35 Leopard 2A4

510006559

€34.99

Article number: 510006559 Product: 1:35 Leopard 2A4 Model Dim.: 27,6 cm SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 5 VERSIONS - COLOR INSTRUCTIONS SHEET - NEW GLUABLE RUBBER TRACKS Entered into service between the late '70s and early' 80s the Leopard 2 is considered one of the best armored vehicles in the world. It has been developed to offer the German "Bundeswehr" a powerful and modern Main Battle Tank able to replace the Leopards 1. The main armament is the 120mm. Rheinmetall L/55 smoothbore gun. Despite is heavy armor, the Leopard 2 is able to reach a significant speed of 65 km/h and it has a good performance on every kind of terrains. From the first versions, the MBT has been constantly improved and updated. The Leopard 2 A4, one of the most widespread version, is adopting an advance fire control system and modern hi-tech materials able to increase the protection capability. A part Germany, the Leopard 2 was able to achieve a good commercial success in many countries as Holland, Turkey, Austria, Greece and many others. Detailed Plastic Kit of model Leopard 2A4 in scale 1:35

Carson 1:35 M-109/A2-A3G Howitzer

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1:35 M-109/A2-A3G Howitzer

510006589

€34.99

Detailed plastic kit in scale 1:32

Carson 1:35 M110 Self Propelled Howitzer

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1:35 M110 Self Propelled Howitzer

510006574

€31.99

Article number: 510006574 Product: 1:35 M110 Self Propelled Howitzer Model Dim.: 25,8 cm Decal for 1 versions The self-propelled guns of the M-110 series have represented, for many years, the backbone of the field artillery of the United States Army. They were also largely used by the American Allied Countries. It entered service in the ‘60s but thanks to the improvements made in 1977 on the M-110 A1 version, it acquired improved operational efficiency. The M-110 A1 was armed with the new 203 mm long range M201 gun able to use a wide range of ammunitions. The project was characterized by an excellent mix in terms of firepower and mobility thanks to its reliable chassis (the same of the M-107). The M-110 A1 was deployed in the division artillery to perform tasks as general support, counter-battery fire and suppression of enemy positions. It was widely used during the conflict in Lebanon and during the first Gulf war. Detailed Plastic Kit

Carson 1:35 M32 Recovery Vehicle

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1:35 M32 Recovery Vehicle

510006547

€29.99

Article number: 510006547 Product: 1:35 M32 Recovery Vehicle Model Dim.: 16,7 cm NEW GLUABLE TRACKS The Armored Recovery Vehicles (ARV), were introduced during the Second World War. They were built on the hulls of existing armored vehicles, removing the main armament and the turret and installing of specific equipment for the recovery or repair of armoured fighting vehicles damaged in battle. The American M-32 ARV was based on the chassis of the well-known Sherman A-4 medium tank and it was used by U.S. Army in the European Theater of Operations during the Second World War. It was characterized by the superstructure that permitted to lift and to trail the damaged tanks. Furthermore on M-32 a wide set of repairing tools and spare parts were loaded on board emphasizing its role of real "mobile armoured workshop" capable of operating on the front line. The M-32 was even able to perform complex operation as the replacing of the tank engine. The M-32, after the end of WWII, served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and it was used by many Countries until the ‘90s. Detailed Plastic Kit of model M32 Recovery Vehicle in scale 1:35

Carson 1:35 M4A3E8 Sherman "Fury"

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1:35 M4A3E8 Sherman "Fury"

510006529

€41.99

The model "M4A3E8 Sherman Fury" in scale 1/35 has a length of about 168 mm. Fully upgraded moulds The box contains 2 track versions made by a new raw material which can be glued and painted. The M4 Sherman medium tank was the primary tank used by the United States during World War II. It has been produced in a significant number of units ant it formed the backbone of United Stated armoured forces during at those time. it has been produced in several variants and versions The production of the M4A3E8 versions started at the end of 1944. The M4A3E8, adopting the nickname Easy Eight, took several technical improvements enhancing the Sherman operational effectiveness. The 76mm M1 high velocity gun had been flanked by a new horizontal volute spring suspension (HVSS) system able to ensure a better driving condition and to guarantee a higher speed. The "Easy Eight" participated to the final stages of World War II and took active part in the Korean War.

Carson 1:35 M6 Dodge Anti-Tank

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1:35 M6 Dodge Anti-Tank

510106555

€20.99

Article number: 510106555 Product: 1:35 M6 Dodge Anti-Tank Model Dim.: 12,9 cm COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET The Gun Motor Carriage M6 was developed on the famous 4x4 Dodge WC52 frame adopting, on the rear deck, a 37 mm. light anti-tank gun. Thanks to its Dodge T-214 6 cylinders engine the M6 was able to reach, on road, the speed of 90 Km/h. The United States Army used GMC M6 from the late 1942 up to the end of World War II on all the operating theaters as the Mediterranean, the European front and the Pacific. The GMC M6 was set up and developed to be anti-tank vehicle but, since the first clashes in Tunisia, its light gun was often ineffective against the most recent German tanks protections. Its main role was partially changed and the M6 started to be used as infantry support vehicles. Detailed Plastic Kit of model M6 Dodge Anti-Tank in scale 1:35

Carson 1:35 M923 Hillbilly Gun Truck

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1:35 M923 Hillbilly Gun Truck

510006513

€31.99

Article number: 510006513 Product: 1:35 M923 Hillbilly Gun Truck Model Dim.: 24,8 cm UPGRADED MOULDS Decals for one version This medium cargo truck of the 5 ton category, is representative of today's generation of logistical vehicles of the U.S. Forces. It entered service in the early eighties. The M-923 has an extremely sturdy structure and excellent off-road features, which are necessary to secure the flow of material to the front line combat units. Based on this chassis many versions have been produced: wrecking trucks, tank trucks, mobile maintenance and communication trucks. The A-1 version is characteristic because of its large off-road tires which have earned it the nick-name "big-foot". During its operational use, and in particular in the most recent military campaigns in which it was employed as Iraq and Afghanistan, the "Big Foot" has often been modified with the addition of "home made" protections to reduce the damages caused by the fire of light weapons. However, the personalization of the vehicles, made "on field" by the crews, were possible thanks to the excellent platform offered by-M-923 trucks.

Carson 1:35 Mod. US M978 Fuel Service Truck

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1:35 Mod. US M978 Fuel Service Truck

510006554

€48.99

Article number: 510006554 Product: 1:35 Mod. US M978 Fuel Service Truck Model Dim.: 29,7 cm UPGRADED MOULDS - COLOR INSTRUCTIONS SHEET - NEW RIMS AND RUBBER TYRES The acronym HEMTT (Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck) identifies a range eight-wheel drive off-road capable heavy truck, produced from the mid-80s for the United States Army. Thanks to its features, the HEMTT is able to guarantee a great off-road mobility and significant transportation performance. It has become the real "workhorse" of the Army capable of carrying ammunition and equipment in a very effective way. The outfitted versions, as the M978 Tanker, has been designed to perform, in a very precise and effective way, the different military logistic needs. Thanks to the loading capacity of over 9,500 liters, the tank installed on the vehicle is able to transport a significant quantity of fuel. The M978 has been effectively used by the U.S. Army in various severe operational areas such as Iraq and Afghanistan. Detailed Plastic Kit of model Mod. US M978 Fuel Service Truck in scale 1:35

Carson 1:35 Motorcycle side car Zündapp KS750

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1:35 Motorcycle side car Zündapp KS750

510000317

€11.99

Article number: 510000317 Product: 1:35 Motorcycle side car Zündapp KS750 Model Dim.: 6,6 cm CONTAINS 3 FIGURES The Treaty of Versailles forbade the reconstruction of the German army. Nevertheless, its commanders evaded the obstacle by introducing vehicles of the civil production, which was not subject to any limitations. Thus they set up entire companies equipped with motorvehicles, developing in this way a "motorized mentality" among the crews. The Zündapp. with a production total of 18.000 units due to its structure which guaranteed easy and economical handling - was considered one of the most modern accomplishments of the age in the field of motorcycle construction. Because of its extraordinary qualities, the Zündapp could follow and escort the tank units of the Wehrmacht and the Waffen-SS to all theatres of operations, especially in Russia, since the side car was even furnished with heating for hands and feet of the man. Zündapps were distributed to all units of the armed forces, Only after 1943, they were replaced by 4-wheel vehicles. Detailed plastic kit of model Motorrad-Gespann Zündapp KS750 in scale 1:35

Carson 1:35 Panzerwerfer 42 Maultier Halftrack

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1:35 Panzerwerfer 42 Maultier Halftrack

510006546

€32.99

Article number: 510006546 Product: 1/35 Panzerwerfer 42 Maultier Halftrack Model Dim.: 17,1 cm Decals for 3 versions 2 TRACKS TIPES: GLUABLE RUBBER TRUCKS and HARD PLASTIC LINK and LENGTH TRACKS - COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET The use of multiple rocket launchers by the German Armed Forces during World War II was quite extensive due to low cost and high efficiency of these arms systems. The main inconvenience of these vehicles was scarce mobility which made them vulnerable to enemy counter attacks. Thus, this mobile version of a 150 mm rocket-launcher type 42 was mounted on a half-truck Sd.Kfz. 4 Maultier, which guaranteed high mobility in off-road conditions. The vehicle was equipped with armour to protect its crew. Detailed Plastic Kit of model Panzerwerfer 42 Maultier Halftrack in scale 1:72

1:35 Partisans

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1:35 Partisans

510006556

€12.49

Article number: 510006556 Product: 1:35 Partisans From ESCI Original Moulds During the German occupation of European countries in WW2 a key role was played by local ‘partisan’ groups. The partisans often had different ideals and political motivations but were united by the same goal to assist with the effort to secure victory against the German occupying forces. The type of operations conducted by partisan groups were wide-ranging, including both intelligence gathering and support activities to Allied forces, particularly in relation to acts of sabotage against the enemy's logistics and communications infrastructures. Detailed Plastic Kit

Carson 1:35 Sd. Anhänger 51

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1:35 Sd. Anhänger 51

510006450

€12.49

Article number: 510006450 Product: 1:35 Sd. Anhänger 51 Model Dim.: 7,6 cm CONTAINS 2 MODELS The Sd Anhänger 51 trailer could easily be used by a large number of Wehrmacht vehicles. The trailers have been developed to be used as ammo carriers and they were typically associated to anti-aircraft half-tracks armed with 20 mm Flak guns. During the Military campaigns the trailers were often fully loaded with any kind of materials. The lower "U" frame was extremely robust and suitable to be used on road and off road. Detailed Plastic Kit of model Sd. Anhänger 51 in scale 1:35

Carson 1:35 Sd.Kfz. 171 Panther Ausf. A

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1:35 Sd.Kfz. 171 Panther Ausf. A

510000270

€36.99

Article number: 510000270 Product: 1:35 Sd.Kfz. 171 Panther Ausf. A WA The Panzerkampfwagen V "Panther" is widely recognized as one of the best tanks that was produced during World War 11. It was deployed as a direct response to the Soviet T-34 and KV-1 tanks on the Eastern Front, which were superior to both the Panzer III and Panzer IV in terms of performance and armaments. Powered by a 700 horsepower V-12 Maybach engine, it was armed with the 75 mm KwK 42 high speed gun which was a very effective anti-tank weapon. The Panther was designed with optimal armor protection, including inclined front armor. Its overall mobility, speed and armaments made the Panther one of the leading tanks of the period, and ensured its deployment on all of the main operational fronts, from the East through Italy and France.

Carson 1:35 Sd.Kfz. 305/22 Funkwagen

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1:35 Sd.Kfz. 305/22 Funkwagen

510006575

€29.99

Article number: 510006575 Product: 1:35 Sd.Kfz. 305/22 Funkwagen Model Dim.: 17,1 cm COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET - RUBBER TYRES The Opel Blitz was the main truck used by German forces during the Second World War. It was deployed extensively on all fronts in huge numbers, and was consequently considered to be the "working mule" of the Wehrmacht. Thanks to the sturdy frame, the robust system of rigid axles with leaf springs and the twin-wheels on the back, the Opel Blitz was able to carry a payload of over 3 tons. The 3,600 cc. engine was easy to maintain and provided 75 hp. The most popular version was the 4x2 with rear wheel drive. However, there was also a 4x4 version that operated both in Russia and the North African desert. Thanks to its flexibility and its wide rear cargo area, the Opel Blitz was also deployed in additional roles including as a mobile command post equipped with radio communications for battlefield management of ground troops. Detailed plastic kit in scale 1:35

Others 1:35 Semovente L 40 da 47/32

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1:35 Semovente L 40 da 47/32

510006477

€30.99

Article number: 510006477 Product: 1:35 Semovente L 40 47/32 The Semovente L40 was developed and further improvised using the hull of the L6/40 light tank to equip the Italian Regio Esercito with a fast armored vehicle, which was capable of providing artillery support and could also be deployed as a tank destroyer. In the construction phase of the L40, the original L6/40 tank turret was removed and the 47/32 Mod.1935 anti-tank cannon, similar to the one used on the "M" series tanks, was installed in the open casemate. The Semovente was notable for its small size, the plate and rivet armor used being typical of Italian production of the period and by a crew of only two men. Despite its battlefield performance being clearly inadequate in the face of enemy armor, it continued to be used during the Second World War by Italian Forces in Libya, Tunisia and also in the homeland campaign. Following the Armistice some units were deployed on secondary military tasks with the Wehrmacht and Luftwaffe support troops.

Carson 1:35 U.S. Motorcycles WWII

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1:35 U.S. Motorcycles WWII

510000322

€11.99

Article number: 510000322 Product: 1:35 U.S. Motorräder WWII Model Dim.: 6,4 cm D-DAY SERIES - NORMANDY 1944/2014 D-DAY SERIES - NORMANDY 1944/2014 THE BOX CONTAINS 2 MODELS & 2 FIGURES - The United States and many of her Allies used HARLEY DAVIDSON motor-cycles as liaison and staff vehicles. Front line troops also employed for their Military Police these motorcycles to direct traffic and control troop movements.

Carson 1:35 US M-7 Priest Howitzer Self-Prop

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1:35 US M-7 Priest Howitzer Self-Prop

510006580

€31.99

Article number: 510006580 Product: 1:35 US M-7 Priest Howitzer Self-Prop Model Dim.: 17,2 cm NEW GLUABLE RUBBER TRACKS - DECALS FOR 4 VERSIONS - COLOR INSTRUCTIONS SHEET CONTAINS 1 FIGURE The deployment of self-propelled artillery during the Second World War was very quickly adopted by all of the combatants. Following the innovative use of mobile artillery by the German army at the outset of the conflict, the need for artillery pieces to be as mobile as tank battalions was universally recognised. The Allies initially mounted their first self-propelled artillery units on half-track vehicles, but the most effective solution manifested itself with the introduction of the M7 Priest. Using the hull of the M3 Lee medium tank the M7 was armed with a 105mm M2A1 howitzer. It was deployed operationally for the first time in 1942 by British troops who gave it the nickname "Priest", due to the position of the machine gun in the front of the vehicle which resembled a Church pulpit. Robust and reliable, it had a plentiful supply of ammunition and provided effective indirect support fire. It was used by both the American army and the U.S. Marines on all fronts throughout the course of the war. Detailed plastic kit

Carson 1:35 US M8 Greyhound

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1:35 US M8 Greyhound

510006364

€25.99

Article number: 510006364 Product: 1:35 US M8 Greyhound At the beginning of World War II, the U.S. Army had lightweight and lightly armed vehicles, called "scout cars," for advanced reconnaissance activities. Developed during the war, the M-8 Greyhound armored car, characterized by increased protection and heavier armament, represented a turning point for the American army. The vehicle provided greater operational flexibility and could be more effectively used to support ground troops thanks to the 37mm cannon installed in the turret. First used on the Italian front, from Monte Cassino to Anzio, it later participated in the D-Day operations in June 1944. Although the terrain in Normandy proved difficult and challenging during the initial stages of the operation, the M-8 was highly appreciated for its speed and versatility. It was utilized not only by the U.S. Army but also by numerous Allied countries. Detailed plastic kit   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Carson 1:35 VW Typ 82 Kübelwagen

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1:35 VW Typ 82 Kübelwagen

510000312

€12.99

Article number: 510000312 Product: 1:35 VW Typ 82 Kübelwagen Model Dim.: 10,6 cm additionally 2 figures are included Decals for one version Rommel was in the first general to use the Volkswagen during the military operation in France. He was so impressed by it that he, afterwards, when he was in charge of the Afrika Korps, reordered an ever increasing number of the vehicles. The K?belwagen distinguished itself immediatley by its enormous efficiency on all kinds of terrain, in spite of its small horse power (hardly 24 HP) and the driver on the rearwheels only.

Carson 1:35 WWII US Off-Road Support Vehicle

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1:35 WWII US Off-Road Support Vehicle

510000314

€15.99

Article number: 510000314 Product: 1/35 WWII US Off-Road Support Vehicle Model Dim.: 14 cm Decals for one version. 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. This shows that the Jeep was the most widely produced light vehicle of the war industry during World War II.

Carson 1:48  RF-4E Phantom II

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1:48 RF-4E Phantom II

510006584

€36.99

Article number: 510006584 Product: 1:35 Semovente M42 da 75/34 At the end of the 1930’s the Italian Regio Esercito (Royal Italian Army) began to deploy self-propelled artillery guns to provide support for tanks and infantry units. The ‘Semovente’ 75/18 was developed on the back of the ‘M’ series medium tank hull and soon became the most feared Italian armored vehicle. In addition to its primary artillery role, the 75mm howitzer installed in the casemate proved to be a highly effective anti-tank weapon, capable of destroying even the most powerful and heavily armored British and American tanks. During the war however, the Italian Regio Esercito requested the development of a version with increased offensive capability. The 75/34 cannon which was originally designed for an anti-tank role, was fitted to the hull of the M42 self-propelled tank. The initial units of which, were distributed to the Italian Army in the spring of 1943. As a result of its effective operational performance, it was also used by German anti-tank battalions after the armistice in September 1943.

1:72 15cm FieldHowitzer/ 10,5cm FieldGun

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1:72 15cm FieldHowitzer/ 10,5cm FieldGun

510007082

€19.99

Article number: 510007082 Product: 1:72 15cm FieldHowitzer/ 10,5cm FieldGun Model Dim.: 12,0 cm 100% NEW MOULDS - FULLY DETAILED MODEL - DECALS FOR 3 VERSIONS - COLOR INSTRUCTIONS SHEET CONTAINS ONE MODEL AND 5 FIGURES The 150 mm SFH18 howitzer was widely deployed by the Wehrmacht on all of the key fronts during WW11. It was developed during the ’20s and ‘30s by Rheinmetall and Krupp, one of the main artillery companies in Germany, with a view to optimizing resources and technological capabilities within the parameters imposed by the Treaty of Versailles. From 1933 onwards, Germany's rearmament planning became ever more ambitious, with a particularly significant increase in the production of howitzers and field cannons. The SFH18 had a simple and reliable structure with a maximum range of 13.5 km. It could be divided into two sections and towed by horses, or more often during the war, by half-tracks. The SFH18 had a seven-man crew. A 105 mm calibre version was developed on the same carriage, (sK 10,5 cm)which was characterized by the longer barrel, but was produced in few specimens as much heavier than the standard 105 mm leFH18, which was the field artillery cannon supplied to the Wehrmacht. Detailed plastic kit

Carson 1:72 Brit. Churchill Mk. III

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1:72 Brit. Churchill Mk. III

510007083

€17.99

Article number: 510007083 Product: 1:72 Brit. Churchill Mk. III The Churchill medium tank came into service with the British Army in 1942 to support and replace the earlier Valentines, Matildas and Crusaders, which, by then, were all outdated and inadequate in terms of both armor and weaponry, easily falling prey to the more advanced German tanks. Equipped with thick armor and a reliable engine, it proved to be tough and dependable, later being produced in ever-more efficient, upgraded versions. Its chassis was also used as a platform for specialized support vehicles such as the mine clearer, the bridge layer and the flame-thrower. Detailed plastic kit

Others 1:72 DUKW

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1:72 DUKW

510007022

€15.99

Article number: 510007022 Product: 1:72 DUKW Amphibious truck The model DUKW in 1/72 scale has a length of about 117 mm. Decals for one version. To meet the logistical needs of the US Army landing forces in transferring loads quickly and efficiently from ships to beaches, the American General Motor CCKW-353 2½ t 6x6 amphibious version tactical transport truck was designed and built for this purpose. The basic vehicle components were the same as the GMC road truck with its 4,400 cm3 6-cylinder engine, three differentials and six driving wheels. The DUKW was characterized by a welded hull to make it amphibious, which was then reinforced by horizontal ribs. Its key attribute however was its extraordinary versatility and load capacity. It could carry a 2,400 kg payload or 25 fully equipped troops. DUKWs were deployed extensively in all theaters of war by the U.S. Army, U.S. Marines and the armed forces of numerous Allied countries. Notably, they featured in many significant WW11 beach landings including the D-Day Normandy landings at Utah and Omaha and also at Salerno, Anzio and on the beaches of the Pacific campaign. Detailed plastic kit   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Carson 1:72 FLAK 37 AA Gun, 8.8cm (1 fast ass.)

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1:72 FLAK 37 AA Gun, 8.8cm (1 fast ass.)

510007512

€16.99

Article number: 510007512 Product: 1/72 FLAK 37 AA Gun, 8.8cm (1 fast ass.) Model Dim.: 8,6 cm THE BOX CONTAINS 1 FAST ASSEMBLY MODEL + 8 FIGURES

Carson 1:72 Ger. Panzerkampfwagen 35 (t)

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1:72 Ger. Panzerkampfwagen 35 (t)

510007084

€16.99

Article number: 510007084 Product: 1:72 Ger. Panzerkampfwagen 35 (t) Model Dim.: 6,8 cm DECALS FOR 4 VERSIONS - COLOR INSTRUCTIONS SHEET CONTAINS 1 FIGURE The Czechoslovakian LT vz.35 light tank was designed and manufactured during the 1930s. Armed with two machine guns and a 37mm gun it was, for the period, a reliable and effective tank.It was also fast acrossall types of terrain and had a high degree of self-sufficiency. It was designated with the new name Panzerkampfwagen 35 (t), where the letter "t" indicated Czechoslovakian production. The German Wehrmacht used a large number of Panzerkampfwagen in the Panzerwaffe. It actively participated in both the Polish and French campaigns and in the early stages of "Operation Barbarossa".However, from 1941 onwards the light tank become obsolete, and was subsequently used in support or recon roles, or indeed sold to Axis allies such as Bulgaria and Romania. Detailed Plastic Kit

Carson 1:72 German Guns Set: PAK35-PAK40-FLAK38

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1:72 German Guns Set: PAK35-PAK40-FLAK38

510007026

€12.99

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.

Others 1:72 King Tiger

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1:72 King Tiger

510072005

€30.99

Article number: 510072005 Product: 1:72 King Tiger The heavy tank Sd.Kfz 182 Panzer VI Ausf. B "King Tiger" came into service with the German army since mid 1944. Compared to its predecessor, the Tiger I, several differences and improvements have been adopted : a completely new chassis, a stronger armor characterized by the sloped frontal hull (bringing to a total weight of almost 70 tons) and the lethal 8.8 cm KwK 43 L/71 gun as main armament. Thanks to its Mayback V-12 engine the King Tiger was able to reach the maximum speed of 42 Km/h. For the mass production two different turret solutions has been used : the Porsche turret, at the beginning, and the Henschel turret for the most of the units produced. Both ot them were able to load 80 rounds for the main cannon. The first combat use of the King Tiger was by the 503rd Heavy Panzer Battalion during the Battle of Normandy on July 1944.

Carson 1:72 M3A1 Half Truck  2 easykit

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1:72 M3A1 Half Truck 2 easykit

510107509

€17.99

Article number: 510107509 Product: 1:72 M3A1 Half Track Model Dim.: 8,3 cm CONTAINS 2 MODELS

Carson 1:72 M4 Sherman

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1:72 M4 Sherman

510007003

€13.49

Article number: 510007003 Product: 1:72 M4 Sherman Model Dim.: 8,2 cm Decals for one version 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.

Carson 1:72 M4A3E2 "JUMBO", 2 pcs

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1:72 M4A3E2 "JUMBO", 2 pcs

510107520

€16.99

Article number: 510107520 Product: 1:72 M4A3E2 "JUMBO", 2 pcs Model Dim.: 8,3 cm 2 FAST ASSEMBLY MODELS & SPECIAL WARGAME DECALS INCLUDED!

Carson 1:72 Pz.Kpfw.V Panther

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1:72 Pz.Kpfw.V Panther

510107504

€17.49

Article number: 510107504 Productg: 1:72 Pz.Kpfw.V Panther Model Dim.: 12,7 cm CONTAINS TWO FAST ASSEMBLY MODELS 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. Deatailed plastic kit of model Pz.Kpfw.V Panther in scale 1:72

Carson 1:72 Pz.Kpfw.VI Tiger I Ausf.E 2 easykit

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1:72 Pz.Kpfw.VI Tiger I Ausf.E 2 easykit

510107505

€18.99

Article number: 510107505 Product: 1:72 Pz.Kpfw.VI Tiger I Ausf. E Model Dim.: 12 cm CONTAINS TWO FAST ASSEMBLY MODELS - NEW DECALS SHEET Decals for 2 versions 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.

Carson 1:72 PzKpfw. III Ausf. J Fast Ass. Kit

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1:72 PzKpfw. III Ausf. J Fast Ass. Kit

510107507

€16.99

Article number: 510107507 Product: 1:72 PzKpfw. III Ausf. J Fast Ass. Kit Model Dim.: 7,7 cm 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. Deatailed plastic kit of model PzKpfw. III Ausf. J Fast Ass. Kit in scale 1:72

Others 1:72 Sd. Kfz 250/3

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1:72 Sd. Kfz 250/3

510007034

€15.99

Article number: 510007034 Product: 1:72 Sd. Kfz 250/3 The half-track Sd.Kfz. 250 was widely used by German mechanized troops during the Second World War. Based upon on the technical "lay-out" of the Sd.Kfz.10 artillery tractor, it was intended to be a flexible and reliable solution for integrating infantry and armored troop movements. The Sd.Kfz. 250 was armed with either one or two 7.92mm MG34 machine guns and could deploy, with a high level of protection, a 4-man infantry squad to the battlefield. The operational reliability of the vehicle led to the development of numerous variants, one of which was the 250/3 Leichter Funkpanzerwagen (Light Armored Radio Link Vehicle), used as a radio control nerve center between forward troops, artillery and air support. The "Greif" used by Erwin Rommel in North Africa as a fully advanced command post in close contact with frontline troops is a noted version.

Carson 1:72 Sd. Kfz. 182 King Tiger

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1:72 Sd. Kfz. 182 King Tiger

510007004

€16.49

Article number: 510007004 Product: 1:72 Sd. Kfz. 182 King Tiger Model Dim.: 11,2 cm 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.

Carson 1:72 Sd. Kfz. 184 Panzerjäger Elefant

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1:72 Sd. Kfz. 184 Panzerjäger Elefant

510007012

€13.99

Article number: 510007012 Product: 1:72 Sd. Kfz. 184 Panzerjäger Elefant Model Dim.: 11,7 cm 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.

Carson 1:72 Sd.Kfz 142/1 Sturmgesch.III

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1:72 Sd.Kfz 142/1 Sturmgesch.III

510107522

€16.99

Article number: 510107522 Product: 1/72 Sd.Kfz 142/1 Sturmgeschütz III Model Dim.: 7,6 cm 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.

Carson 1:72 Sd.Kfz. 251/1 "Stuka Zu Fuss"

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1:72 Sd.Kfz. 251/1 "Stuka Zu Fuss"

510007080

€18.99

Article number: 510007080 Product: 1:72 Sd.Kfz. 251/1 "Stuka Zu Fuss" Model Dim.: 8,1 cm The Sd.Kfz.251 half-track was an armored fighting vehicle (AFV), which was deployed by the Wehrmacht on all operational fronts during the Second World War. Powered by a Maybach 6-cylinder petrol engine it was able to reach a speed of 55 km / h even on ‘off road’ terrain. Produced in huge numbers, it was mainly used to transport ‘Panzergrenadiers’, but during the war several versions were developed to meet differing operational requirements. The Wurfrahmen rocket launcher version was built on the Sd.Kfz.251. Equipped with 6 compartments, 3 on each side, intended for the launch of rockets of different sizes, it was nicknamed "Stuka zu Fuss". Although not precise, it could have an important psychological effect on enemy troops and still proved to be a valid support for ground troops especially in urban fighting. Detailed plastic kit

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