HG3013

 

 

KV-1E Soviet Heavy Tank 3rd Company, Finnish 1st Tank Brigade (3./I/Ps.Pr), Karelian Isthmus, July 1944 Sept

 

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General Background
The KV-1 (M1941) early models came with a welded turret and eventually a cast turret with rounded corners. Both models came with 90mm thick hulls and extra 40mm plates bolted to the front and sides. This gave a total of up to 130mm front hull and the turret now was 92 - 110mm thick. All this extra armor increased the weight by 2 tons and ended up costing them speed and agility. The M1941 model now had more machine guns and a new main cannon.

HG3014

 

 

KV-1 Model 1941 unknown unit, Stalingrad area, 1942

 

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General Background
The KV-1 (M1941) early models came with a welded turret and eventually a cast turret with rounded corners. Both models came with 90mm thick hulls and extra 40mm plates bolted to the front and sides. This gave a total of up to 130mm front hull and the turret now was 92 - 110mm thick. All this extra armor increased the weight by 2 tons and ended up costing them speed and agility. The M1941 model now had more machine guns and a new main cannon.

HG4304

 

 

1:72 Sd.Kfz. 234/3 226.Aufklarungs Abt., 116 Panzer Division, Normandy 1944 

 

 

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General Background

During WWII the German Army used Schwerer Panzerspähwagen (Heavy Armored Reconnaissance Vehicles) to scout ahead and determine the enemy strength and report back to the main units. In spite of its size and weight the Puma was very fast and equipped with a 5cm gun and a 7.92 mm MG. Two unique features of the Sd. Kfz. 234/2 was the ability of the radio operator to drive the vehicle in reverse during emergency situations and it was the only variant with a turret. Production ran from September 1943 to September 1944.


HG4108

 

1:72 German Tank Destroyer Marder III German Tank Destroyer Marder III

 

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HG4308

 

 

Sd. Kfz. 234/3 Schwerer Panzerspahwagen 116 Panzer Division, WWII

 

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General Background
During WWII the German Army used Schwerer Panzerspähwagen (Heavy Armored Reconnaissance Vehicles) to scout ahead and determine the enemy strength and report back to the main units. In spite of its size and weight the Puma was very fast and equipped with a 5cm gun and a 7.92 mm MG. Two unique features of the Sd. Kfz. 234/2 was the ability of the radio operator to drive the vehicle in reverse during emergency situations and it was the only variant with a turret. Production ran from September 1943 to September 1944.

HG4806

 

1:72 UK Bedford QL Refuler Normandy, WWII                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Ab  sofort Lieferbar

 


HG4807

 

1:72 UK Bedford QLD RAF, WWII                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Ab  sofort Lieferbar

 


HG5102

 

Sd. Kfz. 11 German 3 ton Half-Track 11th Panzer Div., Eastern Front 1941 "WH-57 206"

 

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General Background
Borgward was tasked to design a 3 ton towing vehicle. The prototype was ready in 1933 but it only had a 72 HP engine and four road-wheels per side. The second prototype wasn't any better so in 1938 the project was given to Hanomag. The company added two more road- wheels per side, changed the transmission and gave it a 100 HP engine. The demand was so great that 5 more companies were added to the production of the Sd.Kfz.11. Between 1937 and 1945 25,000 vehicles were produced in 5 variants.

HG5106

 

 

1:72 Sd. Kfz. 11 German 3 ton Half-Track 5th Werfer Brigade, Italy 1944

 

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General Background
Borgward was tasked to design a 3 ton towing vehicle. The prototype was ready in 1933 but it only had a 72 HP engine and four road-wheels per side. The second prototype wasn't any better so in 1938 the project was given to Hanomag. The company added two more road- wheels per side, changed the transmission and gave it a 100 HP engine. The demand was so great that 5 more companies were added to the production of the Sd.Kfz.11. Between 1937 and 1945 25,000 vehicles were produced in 5 variants.

HG5308

 

 

M41A3 Walker Bulldog

Belgium Army

 

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HG5310

 

 

1:72 M41A3 Walker Bulldog Austrian Army

 

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HG5505

 

 

M48A2 Patton medium tank

Bundeswehr, PzBtl 24, Braunschweig 1962

 

Ab sofort lieferbar