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WWII German Kfz.70 6x4 Personnel Carrier with 3.7cm Pak 35/36 Towed Anti-Tank Gun, Unit not identified, Eastern Front 1943. A detail of the 3.7cm Pak 35/36 is shown in the third picture, while the fourth picture shows how the model comes in its box with the both the Kfz.70 and the PaK 35/36 Antitank Gun in a plastic tray with a small strip of clear tape across the gun's trails. Resin model. FOR ANYONE NOT FAMILIAR WITH HOW TO INTERPRET A MODEL'S SCALE, THE ENTIRE MODEL IS 4 1/2 INCHES LONG, WITH THE
Dragon Models SAS Raider 4 x 4 Truck, Northwest European Theatre 1944, Scale 1/72
WWII German Flakpanzer 341 with Quad 2cm MG151/20 Flak Cannons mounted in two separate pairs, Nuremberg, 1945. A 'what-if' German Self-propelled Anti-Aircraft Weapon on a Panther chassis - one of several new anti-aircraft vehicles under development by the Third Reich to deal with the increasingly heavy Allied aerial attacks. Proposed by Rheinmetal in 1943 but no prototype was built and it was never put into production. Resin model. FOR ANYONE NOT FAMILIAR WITH HOW TO INTERPRET A MODEL'S SCALE, THE MODEL IS
Germany created a number of successful schwerer Panzerspahwagen (heavy armored reconnaissance vehicles). Among them was the Sd.Kfz.231 8-Rad (eight-wheel). Loosely based on the six-wheeled Sd.Kfz.231, the Bussing-NAG 8x8 chassis offered improved cross-country mobility. The vehicle also possessed eight-wheel steering and there were dual drivers controls that allowed the vehicle to drive rapidly (its maximum road speed was 85km/h) in either direction if it came under attack. It had a rear-mounted V8 engine
Ultimate Armor series is a new line-up of Dragon Armor, featuring unusual and rare vehicle types such as the Flakpanzer 341 presented here. These unique items will cater to the demands of discerning collectors. Many such rare fighting-vehicles will be coming up soon. Stay tuned!At the start of WWII, the Luftwaffe ruled the skies, but this dominance was gradually overturned as the war progressed. This led to a dire need for more antiaircraft vehicles for ground forces, and early efforts at producing a
Dragon previously released an impressive 1/72 scale kit of the VK.45.02(P)H prototype, which had the Krupp turret mounted well to the rear of the hull. Now Dragon is offering its partner, the VK.45.02(P)V, with the ‘V’ in the designation denoting Vorwarts. This alludes to the fact that the turret was mounted further forward on the hull (i.e. in front of rather than behind the engines) in a more conventional manner than occurred with the H type. One example was to see combat. The one-piece upper hull on this
WWII British Churchill Mk.IV, 4th Battalion Grenadier Guards, 'Kingston', France, 1944. Resin model. FOR ANYONE NOT FAMILIAR WITH HOW TO INTERPRET A MODEL'S SCALE, THE MODEL IS 4 INCHES LONG. THIS IS EQUIVALENT TO DIVIDING THE LENGTH OF THE REAL TANK IN INCHES BY 72.
Dragon's 1/72 scale plastic kit of the Panzerfähre (PzF) Prototype Nr.I won the ‘Kit Magazine' award in 2012 and a Prototype Nr.II kit soon followed. An exciting new variation on the theme is being released in the same scale, this time depicting Nr.II with a Fährendeck. The Panzerfähre was an amphibious tractor based on the chassis of a Panzer IV Ausf.F tank and when working in tandem with another PzF, it created a floating ferry platform capable of carrying a 24-ton load. It could thus transport armored
The Churchill, referred to officially as the Tank, Infantry, Mk IV (A22), was named after the British prime minister at the time of its design in WWII. The tank was heavily armored and it featured a long chassis with long track runs that enabled it to cross difficult terrain. The first Churchills were hastily churning off Vauxhall production lines in June 1941, within a year of the tank's design in the aftermath of the humiliating Allied defeat in Europe. Various improvements occurred, with the Churchill Mk
Dragon Armor is going to release a mightily impressive 1/72 scale VK.45.02(P)H prototype. It has the Porsche turret, which was later assigned to the Tiger II, mounted well to the rear of the hull to produce a most unique profile. The model is finished in a typical late-war camouflage scheme of two colors, this being punctuated by the barest of extra markings in the form of Balkenkreuz. The VK.45.02(P) is beautifully painted and weathered and the detail on the heavy tank prototype is very complete. This
The 1/72 scale plastic kit of a Saturn V rocket (Item No.11017) created a huge buzz among space aficionados! Even in miniature form, it was absolutely enormous as the completed model stood an unbelievable 1.5m tall. It was highly praised for its level of detail too. As the longest, heaviest and most powerful rocket ever produced, the original Saturn V stood 110.6m high and had a diameter of 10.1m. The Saturn V was at the heart of NASA's Apollo and Skylab programs. The Saturn V's last ever use was the launch
Dragon previously produced a new 1/72 scale kit of an Early-Production version of the Panther Ausf.D, and modelers loved it because of its accurate portrayal of the type. Now modelers are in for another treat because it has just been joined by an Ausf.D Late-Production kit! The upper hull is made as a single piece thanks to the clever use of slide molds. The lower hull tub has been formed the same way, thus ensuring a stable and accurate foundation for the rest of the build. It has newly tooled parts like
Boeing X-37B Glide Test Dragon 1/72 Scale Collectible New Merchandise - Space Collection Series Dragon diecast #50386 ... Boeing X-37B Glide Test ... sharp 1/72 scale diecast collectible. Includes desktop display stand and optional flying mode parts. One of the Space Collection series. Actual length of the vehicle is about 4 1/2 (112mm). Made in China. New merchandise with no problems. Buyer to include USPS shipping from zip code 47374. Speed of service, signature confirmation and other optiona
Dragon Wings Warbirds 1:72 Scale F/A-18 Hornet USN VFA-195 Dambusters Chippy HO 2001 New in Box!Never displayed Awesome detail I will be listing many othe r Planes and cars over the next few weeks!
Dragon continues to extend its scintillating line of Japanese subjects in its 1/72 scale model kit collection. The latest item is a Type 4 Ke-Nu light tank. It isn?t as well known as the Type 95 Ha-Go or Type 97 Chi-Ha, although in actual fact it was a hybrid formed from these two tank designs. When operations in Manchuria and Russia revealed that the performance of the low-velocity 57mm anti-tank gun of the Type 97 was inadequate, it was replaced with a 45mm gun to create the Shinhoto Type 97. Some of the
1/72 Scale. Soyuz 19 comprising Orbiatal Module, Descent Vehicle and Instrument-Assembly Module, Instrument-Assembly Module produced w/details, plus more. Display stand included .FeaturesEngineered for modeling enjoymentPlastic parts with enhanced detailUnprecedented valueReady for immediate assemblyPaint and glue required, not included
Dragon 1/72 Bradley ODS (Operation Desert Storm) with ERA Dragon Armor Tanks are carefully researched for maximum authenticity in detailing. Wheels, tracks, engines, hull accoutrements Dragon Armor are 100% true-to-scale - these don't look like "model Tanks", these look like TANKS. Each Dragon Armor tank comes fully-assembled and ready for display no glue, no paint, no worry about mistakes. An instant display piece or diorama centerpiece straight from the box.Recommended Ages:14 and up
DRAGON MODELS 1/72 Scale Apollo 10 CSM + LM + LES Plastic Model Kit. FEATURES: Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in grey, black and clear. Launch escape tower and aft boost protective cover can be separately assembled. Authentic lunar module molded with ascent and descent stages. Transparent lunar module adapter is newly produced. Docking probe assembly rendered with intricate detail. Egress platform with delicate detail. Tiny reaction control thrusters assembled. S-band stearrable antenna and
P-47D-40-RA Thunderbolt "Big Ass Bird II" Howard M. Park, 9th AF/406th FG/513th FS, 1944-45 (1:72) By Dragon Wings
This is a plastic model from Dragon Models. (DML5045)
Dragon Armor is proud to launch the very first Panzer III Ausf.N in the collection. This model specifically depicts a vehicle fighting with the DAK in Tunisia in 1942-43. It belongs to sPzAbt.501, a famous Tiger Ausf.E heavy tank battalion. The unit initially had 20 Tigers and 25 Panzer III Ns, with the first vehicles reaching Tunisia in November 1942. This model is finished in an appropriate desert sand camouflage scheme and it includes all the relevant markings such as the stalking tiger and '07' turret
Dragon Models Neubau-Fahrzeug Nr.2 Versuchsfahrzeuge - PanorArmor (1/72 Scale) ITEM # DML60679-HR Retail: $42.79 $34.19 The 1/72 scale Dragon Armor series is hugely popular and the vast range of armored vehicles on offer is incredibly detailed. Indeed, its hard to imagine how Dragon could improve upon them! Well, it has perhaps not in terms of the die-cast vehicles themselves, but in their presentation. Dragon is pleased to launch its new PanorArmor series, which features colored backgrounds fitted inside
While it's the impressive Tiger I tank that usually attracts the most attention, it was the Panther that in the long run was a more important tank to Germany during WWII. This 45-tonne medium tank was also converted into a useful armored recovery vehicle known as the Berge-Panther, with nearly 350 examples produced. One particularly unusual vehicle to be created by the unit s.Pz.Abt.653 was a Berge-Panther fitted with a Panzer IV turret. The result was a command tank with a fixed turret, plus a name that
Dragon Armor released a 1/72 scale model of an Sd.Kfz.251/1 Schutzenpanzerwagen towing a 3.7cm PaK 35/36 anti-tank gun earlier. Now this fantastic combination is being reoffered, but this time the model portrays a different unit. Armed with a 7.92mm machine gun, the Sd.Kfz.251/1 transported and supported German panzer-grenadiers in battle. More than 15,000 examples of the Sd.Kfz.251 halftrack were produced during WWII, and this Dragon Armor item depicts an Ausf.C type, which appeared in mid-1940. Production
This is a 1:72 scale die-cast model airplane of the Fw 190A-3 "Black 1" Staffelkapitan 14. (Jabo) JG 5, Petsamo Circa Northern Finland, June 1943. The Focke-Wulf (Fw-190) was Germany's most lethal fighter during WWII. It was also one of the most beautifully proportioned fighters of its time. The pilot of this particular aircraft marked as "Black 1" was Uffz. Kurt Wendler.. This is a collector model, not a toy and is not intended for children under 14 years of age.
Dragon Wings Warbirds 1:72 Scale F/A-18 Super Hornet USN VFA-25 Fists of The Fleet New in Box!Never displayed Awesome detail I will be listing many othe r Planes and cars over the next few weeks!
Dragon Models 1/72 Scale WWII German Sd.Kfz. 184 Elefant Item #DRA7201- NEW MINT IN BOX -FREE SHIPPING WITHIN THE USA ONLY (Discounts for International Shipping available; Please contact me for rates) Features:- Slide molded barrel - Hatches can be assembled in open/closed position - Photo-etched parts - One-piece road wheels, idler wheels and sprocket wheels - Dragon Styrene tracks give superb details - New Cartograf decals offer a variety of markings Unsealed Kit w/Original Shrink Wrap. High