As if I didn't have an infatuation like that old Rod Steward song with the Abrams MBT, Academy Models is releasing another version of the ABRAMS TUSK II of my liking. Posted back on June, 2016 was the SEP TUSK II. Below there is a list from MRC of the new additions to this model kit. Expect this beauty by mid/late November, 2017 with an MSRP: of $69.00 and a Strret Price of +/- $49.99--$53.99. Photos courtesy
The T-54 and T-55 tanks are a series of Soviet main battle tanks introduced just as the Second World War ended. The first T-54 prototype appeared in March 1945 and entered full production in 1947. It became the main tank for armored units of the Soviet Army, armies of the Warsaw Pact countries, and many others. T-54s and T-55s were involved in many of the world’s armed conflicts during the late 20th century. Hello folks, here
Hitachi Zaxis 135us - Hasegawa - HSGS6601 - 1:35 Hasegawa has launched his second kit based on the Hitachi Double Arm Working Machine ASTACO from 2015 this time the Hitachi Z Axis 135. Built to be ultrashort excavator, is perfect for contractors working in and around obstacles. It's built for heavy jobs with powerful cabling, a big bucket, a backfill blade standard in all models and the tight operating radius to get the job done virtually anywhere. The
M24 Chaffee - Italeri - Nr. 6502 - 1:35 The Chaffee was the last American light tank of WW2. The vehicle was intended as a replacement for the M5 Stuart. The design departed quite a lot from those of earlier light tanks. Twin Cadillac engines and Hydramatic transmission enabled the vehicle to achieve high speeds, while torsion-bar suspension granted it good cross-country capabilities. A new lightweight 75mm gun packed decent firepower into the tank’s turret which,
Magach 6/7 is a series of Israeli tanks, based on the American M60 Patton Tanks. From the 1970s, the M60s were upgraded in a number of areas including the addition of an Israeli-developed thermal sleeve for the 105 mm gun, the addition of Israeli-developed explosive reactive armour, installation of a new Urdan commander’s cupola (also adopted by the US Army for its M48A5 tanks), two roof-mounted 7.62 mm machine guns and the Israel Military Industries
Academy releases updated 1/35 M4A3 (76)W “Battle of the Bulge” U.S. Main Battle tank (13500). Newly tooled parts include engine deck, late version VVSS (Vertical Volute Spring Suspension) and accessories. Produced with Academy’s typical attention to detail, the kit features accurately reproduced 76mm main gun and 12.7mm machine gun; T48 track with Duckbill extenders, photo etched parts and a choice of six markings. Other features include rotatable turret, adjustable main gun elevation, hatches can be assembled
Miniart 35200 - U.S. Soldiers at Rest is a five-figure, injection-moulded set in 1/35th scale. This set, which is molded in light-grey styrene on two small sprues that include 6 parts, containing 79 parts. The subject of the set show a set of soldiers playing cards, one reading a newspaper or magazine, one laying on his back smoking and another one sleeping. This set can be built to recreate a stand alone scene or to improve
Tamiya new release for the Tank enthusiast is the U.S. Self-Propelled 155mm M40 (kit 35351). It is a never before seen subject in the Tamiya line-up of 1/35 scale models. The kit uses all new tooling with the exception of the suspension parts as they are from the M4A3E8 Sherman "Easy Eight" model kit. The M40 was a significant step in U.S. Army artillery mechanization, pairing the M1 155mm gun with the proven M4 Sherman chassis.
Dragon Models Unveil another of his famous Jagdpanzer IV this time the A-o version based on the previous kit #6369 with new parts. Also this new kit replace the previous version from 2005 on the Imperial Series Jagdpanzer IV A-0. The History* Germany based its Jagdpanzer IV tank destroyer on the chassis of the ubiquitous and reliable Panzer IV tank. The vehicle mounted a lethal 75mm main gun in a fixed superstructure or casemate. The low-profile vehicle
Mini-art its announcing a new version of his successful line of TYPE 170V saloon Mercedes-Benz series, the German military version of the Personenwagen. This vehicle was highly used as a staff car, even by the allies during and after the war. The kit include a German figure, new decals and a new sprue including the extra parts for the military version. They are many version of this car, and Mini-art include many paint options to choose!
AFV CLUB new addition to the line of Egg type kits (Nr. WQT002) , the Soviet Heavy Tank KV-II! This kit doesn't need glue and is built from the box in a couple of hours or less. This kit is a snap-tite like the line of Revell, and is intended to introduce the youngster to the hobby world with deformed egg like kits. For me looks like a fun and relaxing kit to try.