Boost your battlefield display! This collection includes 12 incredibly detailed, 1/43 scale, die cast replicas of World War II-era armored fighting vehicles and transports operated by the Allied and Axis powers, all of which include such fine features as textured surfaces, accurately reproduced cannons and guns, separately applied detail parts, realistically treaded tires and tracks, authentic markings, and a removable display base with a clear protective cover.
M16 MGMC - A replica of an anti-aircraft M3-based Multiple Gun Motor Carriage - a half-track outfitted with a Maxson M45 Quadmount, nicknamed the "meat chopper" and "Krautmower" for its high rate of fire, that held four M2 Browning machine guns - used by the 3rd Armored Division in Aachen, Germany, in 1944, this model features a rotating and elevating quadmount. 6" long.
AMD 35 Panhard 178 - A replica of a French-built AMD 35 Panhard 178, an armored 4x4 reconnaissance car, operated by the 6ème Cuirassiers, 1ère Division légère mécanique (DLM), in the Netherlands in 1940, this model features a rotating turret with elevating 25mm SA 35 and 7.56mm guns. 4¼" long.
M8 Armored Car - This model of an M8 armored car operated by the 2nd Armored Division in Avranches, France, in 1944, features an open-top turret with a 37mm M6 gun and a ring-mounted machine gun. 4½" long.
Pz.Kpfw. III Ausf. L - A replica of an up-armored Panzer III Ausf. L medium tank employed by 16.Inf.Div. while in Voronezh, USSR, in 1942, this model features a rotating turret with an elevating 50mm KwK 39 gun. 5½" long.
AMC Schneider P 16 Half-Track - Designed for the French Army before World War II, the AMC Schneider P 16 half-track was a small, lightly armored vehicle that performed a variety of roles. A replica of one of those half-tracks operated by the 1ère Groupes de Reconnaissance de Division d'Infantrie (GRDI) in Mettet, Belgium, in 1940, this model features finely textured surfaces; an octagonal turret with a 37mm SA 18 gun. 4½" long.
Somua S35 - A replica of a Somua S35 cavalry tank - a type that proved itself tactically effective, though strategically mis-deployed, during the 1940 German invasion of France - employed by France's 1ère Division légère mécanique (DLM) when it was stationed in Quesnoy, France, in 1940, this model features a rotating turret with an elevating 47mm SA 35 gun and a 7.5mm Mitrailleuse mle 1931 machine gun. 5" long.
Citroën Type 23 - Introduced by French automobile manufacturer Citroën in 1936, the U23, or Type 23, was a light 2-ton utility truck. A replica of one of those vehicles operated by 49ème Bataillon de Chars de Combat, in Tannay, France, in 1940 during World War II, this model features a well-equipped cab with a glazed windshield and an open bed with benches and simulated wood sides. 5" long.
Sd.Kfz. 251/1 Ausf. C Wurfrahmen 40 24 - The Sd.Kfz. 251, or "Hanomag," was an armored half-track designed to transport a single squad of panzergrenadiers to the World War II battlefield while offering the men protection from enemy small arms fire. A replica of a Wurfrahmen 40 - a Hanomag outfitted with six side-mounted frames for carrying and launching Wurfkoerper rockets - operated by the Wehrmacht in the USSR in 1942, this model features an open fighting compartment with a rear-mounted machine gun. 5¼" long.
Fiat M13/40 - Designed by Italian automobile manufacturer Fiat in 1939, the M13/40 was the main battle tank used by Italian Forces during the entirety of World War II. A replica of one of those AFVs operated by No. 132 Divisione Corazzata, this model features a rotating turret with an elevating 47mm Cannone da 47/32 M35. 4½" long.
Sd.Kfz. 234/2 Puma - A replica of an eight-wheel, Sd.Kfz. 234/2 "Puma" heavy armored reconnaissance vehicle employed by 20.Pz.Div. in 1945 Czechoslovakia, this model features a fully enclosed turret with a prototypical rounded gun mantlet and a KwK 39/1 L/60 50mm cannon with a muzzle brake. 5½" long.
Cruiser Mk.VI Crusader III - A replica of a highly mobile Cruiser Mk.VI Crusader III tank employed by the British military's 6th Armoured Division in Pichon, Tunisia, in 1943, this model features a rotating turret with an elevating QF 6-Pounder gun. 5¾" long.
Sd.Kfz. 3 Opel Maultier 4 - A replica of an Opel Maultier 2-ton half-track transport operated by the Wehrmacht in Kursk in 1943, this model a well-equipped cab with a glazed windshield and an open bed with simulated wood siding. 5½" long.