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D356267

3/4 CAV M551s & M113s IN VIETNAM Part 2

This set features 3/4 CAV AFVs that fought in the Vietnam War. A continuation from set D356266. 3 M113A1 ACAV and 3 M551 Sheridans. This set covers A, B and C Troop vehicles. A Troop, denoted by red barrel rings (triangle corners for M113s). B Troop white and C Troop blue. Each vehicle comes with personalised markings (some interesting). For example, A26 had "Snoopy" in front. White B16 had skull and crossbones on the barrel sleeve. All 3/4 Cav vehicles have both white numbers on the hull sides. This set allows both types of vehicles in one diorama. Also provided: full, accurate exterior M551 hull stencilings & silver-edged Data Plates (for the AN/VSS-3 searchlight), accurate M113 exterior hull stencilings, and Vietnam era .50 Cal ammo box stencils. The Vietnam war M551s are full of stencils, particularly the turret sides and rear. When you remove any of the ammo boxes or water can, there will be a stencil visible. When you remove a tool from the hull rear, so will a stencil appear on the surface beneath the tool. This set featured a second unit Guidon, black with white crossbones, used during the war. Something to spice up the antenna!


D356268

1/1 CAV M551s & M113s IN VIETNAM Part 2

This set features 1/1 CAV "Americal Division" AFVs that fought in the Vietnam War. A continuation from set D356255. 4 M113A1 ACAVs and 3 M551 Sheridans. One of the M113s was fitted with a 106mm M40A1 Recoilless Rifle, nicknamed "EXTERMINATOR". A, B, C and HQ Troop vehicles are covered. This unit is uniquely identified by "squarish" colored rear corner on both sides of the hull. Red for A coy, White for B coy, Blue for C coy and Yellow for HQ. Each vehicle comes with personalised markings (some interesting). Red (A) troop tracks had skull and crossbones on some of the tracks, which always make eye-catching subjects. This set allows both types of vehicles in one diorama. Also provided: full, accurate exterior M551 hull stencilings & silver-edged Data Plates (for the AN/VSS-3 searchlight), accurate M113 exterior hull stencilings, and Vietnam era .50 Cal ammo box stencils. The Vietnam war M551s are full of stencils, particularly the turret sides and rear. When you remove any of the ammo boxes or water can, there will be a stencil visible. When you remove a tool from the hull rear, so will a stencil appear on the surface beneath the tool.


D356270

M551A1 TTSs IN OPERATION JUST CAUSE, UPHOLD DEMOCRACY & DESERT SHIELD

3-73 Airborne Armor Regiment Sheridans in 3 major operations: Just Cause; Uphold Democracy & Desert Shield. The unit with distinctive tactical markings prominently displayed on the hull sides on two types of camouflages. Also provided: Data Plates and Stencils for the AN/VSS-3A searchlight, and appropriate cold war era .50 Cal ammo box stencils.


D356271

COLD WAR M551 & M551A1 SHERIDANS

Cold war Sheridans fielded by 2 ACR and 3-73 Airborne Armor Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division. Featuring MASSTER and MERDC camo schemes. Please ignore title on the decal – these are no TTS Sheridans. Also provided: vehicle stencils in black, Data Plates and Stencils for the AN/VSS-3 and AN/VSS-3A searchlight, and appropriate cold war era .50 Cal ammo box stencils.


D356272

3-73 AAR M551A1 TTSs IN OPERATION DESERT STORM

3-73 Airborne Armor Regiment Sheridans during Operation Desert Storm. The distinctive tactical markings are now in black over Desert Tan camouflage. Also provided: Data Plates and Stencils for the AN/VSS-3A searchlight, and appropriate cold war era .50 Cal ammo box stencils. Generic tactical symbols and alphanumerics are also provided for out-of-the-set marking customisation.

 


D356273

US ARMY M1A1s in DESERT STORM: COWABANGA!

Couldn't resist releasing these cool M1A1 decals from Operation Desert Storm. Enough to cover all 4 tanks!


 

TRUMPETER 2019-08 new product notice

Soviet MAZ-537G late type with ChMZAP-9990 semi-trailer

Proportion: 1/35 Number: 01065

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China PHL-03 multi-barrel rocket launcher

Proportion: 1/35 Number: 01069

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Russian Sam-5 "Gammon" surface-to-air missile

Proportion: 1/35 Number: 95550

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Russian BREM-1 armored repair vehicle

Proportion: 1/35 Number: 09553

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British Royal Navy "Kent" heavy cruiser

Proportion: 1/350 Number: 05352

NEW FROM hobbybos-1/72 German Kanonen und Flakwagen of BP42 82925

Product introduction:
For the armored train units of Type BP42, the artillery was increased, following Russian and Polish examples, to four guns, which were not, though ,mounted two to a car as in the latter types, but one per separately built ten-sided rotating turret, in order to avoid too-great losses from a direct hit. The two halves of the train, before and behind the locomotive were identical and consisted of one artillery car with one 10cm le.F.H 14/19(p) gun, one command and infantry car and one artillery and anti-aircraft car with one 7.62cm F.K.295/l(r) and one 2cm anti-aircraft quadruple unit.

Item No 82925
Item Name German Kanonen und Flakwagen of BP42
Bar Code 6939319229250
Scale 1:72
Item Type Plastic Model Armor Kit
Model Dimension Length: 594.2mm Width: 81.7mm
Total Plastic Parts 110+
Total Sprues 4 sprues and hull
Chromeplate Parts n/a
Resin Parts n/a
Metal Parts n/a
Photo Etched Parts n/a
Film Accessory n/a
Released Date 2019-06
More Features The kit consists of over 110 parts with 4 section
roadbeds
-Newly tooled parts in accurate detail

NEW FROM hobbybos-1/35 Pz.Kpfw.VI Sd.Kfz.182 Tiger II (Henschel Feb-1945 Production) 84532

 

Product introduction:
In early October 1942, plans for production of the VK 45.03 were reviewed,Initially two designs were provided, one by Henschel and one by Porsche. Both used a turret design from Krupp; the main differences were in the hull design, transmission and suspension.

The Henschel version used a conventional hull design with sloped armor resembling the layout of the Panther tank. It had a rear mounted engine and used nine overlapping road wheels per side, mounted on transverse torsion bars, in a similar manner to the original Tiger. To simplify maintenance, however, the wheels were overlapping rather than interleaved as in the Tiger

Henschel won the contract, and all Tiger IIs were produced by the firm. Two turret designs were used in production vehicles. The initial design is sometimes misleadingly called the "Porsche turret" due to the belief that it was designed by Porsche for their prototype. In fact this turret was simply the initial Krupp design for both prototypes. This turret had a rounded front and steeply sloped sides, with a difficult-to-manufacture curved bulge on the turret's left side, to accommodate the commander's cupola. Fifty early turrets were mounted to Henschel's hull and used in action. The more common "production" turret, sometimes called the "Henschel" turret, was simplified with a flat face, no shot trap (created by the curved face of the initial-type turret), less-steeply sloped sides, and no bulge for the commander's cupola.

The track system used on the Tiger II chassis was a unique one, which used alternating "contact shoe" and "connector" links—the contact shoe link had a pair of transverse metal bars that contacted the ground, while the connector links had no contact with the ground.

The Tiger II was developed late in the war and made in relatively small numbers. Like all German tanks, it had a gasoline engine. However, this same engine powered the much lighter Panther and Tiger I tanks. The Tiger II was under-powered, like many other heavy tanks of World War II, and consumed a lot of fuel which was already in short supply.

Item No 84532
Item Name Pz.Kpfw.VI Sd.Kfz.182 Tiger II (Henschel Feb-1945 Production)
Bar Code 6939319245328
Scale 1:35
Item Type Plastic Model Armor Kit
Model Dimension Length: 289.9mm Width: 107.3mm
Total Plastic Parts 570+
Total Sprues 24 sprues , lower hull , upper hull and turret
Chromeplate Parts n/a
Resin Parts n/a
Metal Parts n/a
Photo Etched Parts 1 piece
Film Accessory n/a
Released Date 2019-06
More Features The kit consists of over 570 parts
>the kit w/refined detail
>multi-slide moulded lower hull , turret
>individual tracks
>photo etched parts included

new from Trumpeter-1/35 Soviet JS-5 heavy tank 09566

product description:
The 730 project was a heavy tank developed by the former Soviet Union during the Cold War and was intended to replace the KV and IS heavy tank series. In the development process, it was named IS-8.

Product number 09566
product name Soviet JS-5 heavy tank
Bar code 9580208095660
Product ratio 1:35
product type Plastic Model Armor Kit
Model size Length: 278.7mm Width: 101.1mm
Total number of parts 530+
Metal parts Copper cable
Etched parts 1 piece
Film film n/a
Resin component n/a
Total number of offsets 23 sprues , lower hull and upper hull
Announcement date 2019-06
More description The kit consists of over 530 parts
>the kit w/refined detail
>multi-slide moulded lower hull and upper hull
>180 individual tracks links

new from Trumpeter-1/35 M270/A1 multi-barrel rocket system – Norway 01084

The M270 MLRS (M270 Multi-Barrel Rocket Launch System, M270 MLRS for short) is a self-propelled rocket launcher weapon system with armor. Since the 1983, the US military has used the M270 rocket launcher for the first time, NATO member states have begun to purchase some M270, and gradually become the standard weapon of NATO. In the United States and European countries, a total of about 1,300 rockets, M270, were produced. In 2003, the M270 was officially discontinued after the final delivery of the Egyptian army M270.

Product number 01048
product name M270/A1 multi-barrel rocket system – Norway
Bar code 9580208010489
Product ratio 1:35
product type Plastic Model Armor Kit
Model size Length: 200.5mm Width: 89.5mm
Total number of parts 970+
Metal parts Copper tube
Etched parts 1 piece
Film film n/a
Resin component n/a
Total number of offsets 25 sprues , lower hull , cab and tracks
Announcement date 2019-06
More description >
detailed multi-directional slide-molded cab. > multi-slide moulded lower hull
>184 individual tracks links
> Photo-etched parts included

new from Trumpeter-1/35 M4 command vehicle (C2V) 01063

The design of the M4 Command and Control Vehicle (C2V) is similar to the XM5 electronic tank system of the UK BAE Ground Division, but the difference in mission equipment determines the configuration changes. The M4 C2V uses a telescopic antenna frame up to 10 meters long and the main power unit, including the environmental control system and the NBC overpressure system, which are integrated into the mission equipment accessories.

The car is based on the chassis of the standard M270 (MLRS) multi-barrel rocket system, which is heavily used in the US military. The first contract was for the manufacture of five M4s, but the contract had a three-year additional option worth $82 million and plans to deliver 46 units by February 2002. However, before the plan was terminated, only a total of 25 M4 command and control vehicles were delivered.

Product number 01063
product name M4 command vehicle (C2V)
Bar code 9580208010632
Product ratio 1:35
product type Plastic Model Armor Kit
Model size Length: 222mm Width: 90mm
Total number of parts 960+
Metal parts n/a
Etched parts 1 piece
Film film n/a
Resin component n/a
Total number of offsets 19 sprues , upper hull , lower hull and cabs
Announcement date 2019-06
More description The kit consists of over 960 parts
– Two-directional slide moulded lower hull , upper hull and cab
– 184 individual tracks links
– photo-etched parts included

new from Trumpeter – 1/32 P-40N "Warhawk" fighter 02212

Product number 02212
product name P-40N "Warhawk" fighter
Bar code 9580208022123
Product ratio 1:32
product type Plastic Model Aircraft Kit
Model size Length: 322.3mm Wingspan: 357.4mm
Total number of parts 140+
Metal parts n/a
Etched parts 2 pcs
Film film n/a
Resin component n/a
Total number of offsets 10 sprues and tires
Announcement date 2019-06
More description – Detailed fuselage&wing w/accurate design
– Finely detailed cockpit,gear cabin,
– Rubber tires
– PE parts included

new from Trumpeter – 1/350 Russian "Tashkent" destroyer 1940 05356

product description:
"Tashkent" was expelled from the shipJanuary 11, 1935Started construction in Italy,November 28, 1937Launching water,October 22, 1939The Soviet Union received service. The design of the Tashkent was an avant-garde at the time. It was one of the few large ships with a speed of more than 40 knots during World War II. After the transformation in 1942, the firepower was even upgraded to the light cruiser level.

During World War II, her main task was to serve as a transport ship for personnel and supplies. Among the Soviet ships that transported supplies to Sevastopol , the Tashkent was quite legendary, and even the Germans knew its name. It was transported dozens of times by the Soviets, and was subjected to the German Air Force. More than 90 air strikes, the German army threw more than 400 bombs and fired 10 torpedoes .

After the withdrawal of the Tashkent to the Naros Base of Novorossiysk, it was completely destroyed on the slipway during the air raid on July 2, salvaged in 1944, and was demolished in 1945 for its unrepaired value.

Product number 05356
product name Russian "Tashkent" destroyer 1940
Bar code 9580208053561
Product ratio 1:350
product type Plastic Model Warship Kit
Model size Length: 399.1mm Beam: 39.1mm
Total number of parts 210+
Metal parts Anchor chain
Etched parts 1 piece
Film film n/a
Resin component n/a
Total number of offsets 6 sprues , hull and decks
Announcement date 2019-06
More description – the kit contains over 210 parts
– the hull made from two-directional slide molds
– Contains display stand
– photo etched parts included