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1/24 Volvo FH Plat Dak

New Parts

New Fully detailed cabin and interiors – Fully detailed engine and frame – Open or closed driver door – Open or closed radiator grill – Chromed adhesive – Photo etched parts – Rubber tyres – Color Instuction sheet

The Volvo FH III series represents the pinnacle of construction technology from the renowned brand of commercial and industrial vehicles. Its modern and appealing design has been crafted to optimize aerodynamics and minimize fuel consumption to ensure the highest standards of operational efficiency. The cabin, available in various configurations including the “Low Roof” version, has been designed to offer the highest standards of active and passive safety. Additionally, the vehicle is equipped with modern driver assistance systems and risk prevention features. There are numerous customization options available to tailor the vehicle precisely to specific transportation needs. The “tractor” configuration has been designed to be lightweight and rational, ensuring maximum versatility for any application.

1/35 LCM 3

CONTAINS 3 FIGURES

NEW DECALS SHEET FOR 4 VERSIONS – COLOR INSTRUCTIONS SHEET

The Landing Craft Mechanized (LCM) is arguably the most famous landing craft in history, its profile intimately linked to Allied amphibious operations in World War II, from Anzio to the beaches of Normandy.The LCM-3 variant is certainly one of the most successful and effectively employed. The design was simple and straightforward yet extremely rational. The large front loading ramp allowed for the rapid disembarkation of a fully armed infantry squad as well as a 30-ton medium Sherman tank. The armor was very light, protecting the diesel engine, which enabled the LCM to reach a maximum speed of 8 knots, and the crew required for navigation and close defense, consisting of four men. However, significant was its loading capacity and operational flexibility, which allowed the LCM-3 to carve out an important place in 20th-century military history.

1/35 Sd. Kfz. 167 SturmGeschutz IV

GLUABLE RUBBER TRACKS – NEW DECALS SHEET FOR 4 VERSIONS – COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET

CONTAINS 1 FIGURE

The Sturmgeschütz IV was developed on the chassis of the Panzer IV medium tank to provide the German army with an assault gun capable of effectively serving as a tank destroyer in the later stages of World War II. The Stug IV was equipped with a Stuk40 75mm L/48 high-velocity gun installed in a casemate, protected by armored mantlet, capable of penetrating the armor of major enemy armored vehicles. Distributed to units in the early months of 1944, it supplemented and often replaced the Stug III assault gun, which had experienced a sudden decrease in production in 1943 due to increasingly frequent Allied bomber raids on German industrial areas. Widely employed, the Stug IV was used by armored units and anti-tank detachments of the Wehrmacht, where, thanks to its low profile, it proved to be particularly difficult to identify.

1/56 Sherman M4 75mm

WWll TANK COLLECTION – 43 PARTS – HIGHLY DETALIED KIT – DECALS FOR 2 VERSIONS

The M4 Sherman medium tank was undoubtedly the most widespread and utilized armored vehicle during the Second World War. The M4 formed the backbone of the American armored forces and was produced in numerous versions and variants. The first model to enter large-scale production was the Sherman M4A1, characterized by its rounded hull and cast turret. Early Shermans were equipped with a 75mm gun, later replaced by a high-velocity 76mm gun. The Sherman M4A1 entered service in 1942 and equipped the armored units of the United States Army in the early months of the war. However, its true strength lay in its design. The Sherman was economical, reliable, and easy to mass-produce.

1/56 Stug III – Sturmhaubitze 105

WWll TANK COLLECTION – 56 PARTS – HIGHLY DETALIED KIT – DECALS FOR 2 VERSIONS – TURRET AND HULL WITH ZIMMERIT – 2 alternative models : STURMGESCHUTZ III or STURMHAUBITZE 105

Born to provide fire support to the German infantry according to the tactical concepts of Blitzkrieg, the SturmGeschütz III evolved during the war into new and more advanced versions with a different mission profile. On the Eastern Front, encounters with the more powerful and innovative Soviet tanks led to an expansion of its role, transitioning from supporting infantry squads to serving as an effective anti-tank armored vehicle. Simple and cost-effective in construction, it was one of the most produced vehicles by German industries until the end of the war. With the introduction of the “G” version specialized in the anti-tank role, the version armed with a 105 mm howitzer (Sturmhaubitze 42) was also introduced.

1/72 Bf 110 C Zerstorer

NEW DECALS EDITION – SUPER DECALS FOR 5 VERSIONS – COLOR ISTRUCTIONS SHEET

FIGURE NOT INCLUDED – CONTAINS 1 MODEL

Alongside the Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter and the Junkers Ju-87 Stuka dive bomber, the Messerschmitt Bf 110 Zerstörer is considered one of the symbols of the Luftwaffe during the Second World War. The Messerschmitt’s heavy multi-role twin-engine fighter was extensively employed by the German air force during the war and, in its various versions, used to fulfill several operational roles: interceptor, fighter-bomber, reconnaissance, anti-ship aircraft, and night fighter. Its two Daimler-Benz DB 601 engines, capable of delivering 1200 hp, allowed the heavy fighter to reach a maximum speed of 560 km/h. Versions C and D were widely deployed on all fronts from the early stages of the war. Heavily armed with two 20mm cannons, four 7.92mm machine guns, and a rear machine gun for self-defense, it could carry bombs or additional fuel tanks under the wings to increase its operational range.

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