German Leichte Waffenträger 1/144
Late War project of a light weapons carrier (Leichter Waffenträger) based on an improved Pz. 38(t) chassis. Armed with a heavy 88mm Pak 43 AT Gun or an 10,5 cm Light Howitzer. Only prototypes are build. Set of 2 with 2 x 88mm and 2 x 10,5cm Barrels.
German 28cm Sturmmörser auf Fgst. 38D 1/144
In 1944 the very successful Jagdpanzer 38 (t) "Hetzer" was redesigned for easier and faster production. The new Jagdpanzer 38 D (Diesel) should be the base for a large family of light tanks and self propelled guns. One of this SPG´s was the 28cm Sturmmörser (Assault-Mortar). Set of 2
German Leichte Porsche Panzer Projects 1/144
Set of 3 Porsche light tank projects, 1 x Leichter Kampfpanzer 55mm, 1 x Porsche Typ 245-050 light Tank, 1 x Porsche 245-020 Assault Gun.
German E-100 Krokodil Tank Hunter 1/144
One of the Projects based on the German super heavy Tank E-100 was the 120to Tank Destroyer "Krokodil". Armed like the Jagdpanzer E-100 with an 175mm Gun and an additional 30mm Autocannon in a small Turret, it has an lower Silhouette.. Like the other E-100 Projects it was only a Paper Panzer. 1 x E-100 Krokodil
German Würzburg Riese Radar 1/144
The Germans developed several ground based radar systems during WW II. The Würzburg Riese Radars have had a 7,5m diameter dish and was used as gun director for heavy anti air gun batteries.
British Humber FWD 8cwt Heavy Utility Cars 1/144
The Humber FWD Heavy Utility Car served in different roles for the British army from 1941 until the 1950's. As Staff-Car, as radio Car or as an Ambulance. This set contains 4 x Staff Cars, 2 x Radio Cars, and 2 x Ambulances.
German WWII Firetrucks 1/144
This Set contains one Opel Blitz Firetruck KzS 8, one Mercedes L1500S LF8, both with trailers for portable water pumps and a Mercedes L1500 Crew Truck. Thousands of this fire-engines served in the Wehrmacht to secure Bases, Depots, Airfields, Harbours or Railway-Stations, also widely used by civilian fire departments all over Germany. Set of 3 + 2.
British TOG Heavy Tank 1/144
The giant but very slow (15 km/h) T.O.G. 2 was built in 1943. It´s Design based on the WW I Tanks and should be used as a mobile Bunker on the Battlefield. This strategy was 1943 obsolete, so only Prototypes are build. One TOG is displayed at the Tank Museum Bovington Upscaled 1/285 model
German 128mm Kanone 44, 1/144
In 1943 the German Wehrmacht demands for a new, heavy Anti Tank Gun, which is capable to destroy every known allied tank at long ranges. Krupp and Rheinmetall offered the 12,8 cm Kanone 44, also known as 12,8 cm Pak 44, which could kill every Allied Tank including the M26, Churchill or the Josef-Stalin Series of heavy Tanks up to 4500 Meters. The Krupp variant was chosen for mass production, but the Rheinmetall variant shows some unique details. The wheels of the carriage are fixed on the upper carriage, adding weight for a more stable firing position. The gun could be used in the Anti-Tank role but also could be used as an Artillery Cannon and was the heaviest Anti-Tank Gun of WW II. Because of the sheer mass and the huge dimensions (nickname "barn gate") the gun couldn't move manually, so always a prime mover like the sd.Kfz. 8 12 to tractor was necessary to change the firing position. Around 50 of this guns are produced until the war ends.Set of 2 Guns, one in firing position, one in travelling mode and an armored sd.Kfz. 8 Prime Mover.
Armored Dozer Doobi 1/144
American and Israeli Combat Engineers are using this kind of heaviest armored Dozer for cleaning obstacles and combat areas like houses with sniper positions, wrecks or walls in hostile areas.
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