The M26 Pershing briefly saw action in WWII but was used more extensively during the Korean War. With over 2000 produced, this one has been on our wishlist for a while now. This was also produced with the 105mm howitzer turret on the right of the image, designated M45.
Next up is the M41 Walker Bulldog, developed to replace the M24 Chaffee in the early 1950's and used during the Korean War. It was also used by the ARVN during the Vietnam War as well. This is a great looking model, one of my favourites of this new batch.
The M47 was the predecessor to the M48 Patton we've already got in our ranges. With nearly 9000 produced, it saw service in a wide variety of conflicts over several decades, from the Arab-Israeli war to the Somali Civil War. Hopefully that should give it a lot of use on your game tables!
Moving forward into the 1960's we've got the M60A1 and A2. Although brought into service in 1961, these are still in use in parts of the world, most recently in the ongoing Yemeni Civil War. Along the way it was used in the Yom Kippur War, the Iran-Iraq conflict and the Gulf War. Current operators include Egypt, Turkey and Israel.
The A1 variant (shown on the hull) was armed with a 105mm gun, while the A2 'Starship' had a 152mm gun (centre of the image) similar to that on the M551 Sheridan below.