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World War II Kits

WWII Kits

  • Tiger I Ausf E - WWII Heavy Tank

    About the Tiger I Ausf E - German Heavy Tank: When the Axis powers turned their forces against Russia, Panzer III’s and IV’s were met by massive numbers of the new Soviet T-34 medium tank. The Panzertruppen found themselves outgunned and...

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  • IS-2 - Soviet Heavy Tank

    About the IS-2 Model 1943 - Soviet Heavy Tank: The IS-2 was a heavy tank developed in the Soviet Union in the waning years of World War II. A direct descendant of the earlier KV-1 heavy tank program, it was intended to correct deficiencies in armor...

    $315.00
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  • P-40B Warhawk - WWII Fighter

    About the P-40B Warhawk – WWII Fighter: Lead by a retired U.S. Army Captain named Claire L. Chennault, the American Volunteer Group – nicknamed Flying Tigers – was a group of American volunteer pilots recruited to battle the Japanese...

    $210.00
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  • A6M2 Zero - WWII Fighter

    About the A6M2 Zero – WWII Fighter: The A6M Zero was the primary long-range naval fighter aircraft used by the Empire of Japan during World War II. Its extreme long range and aerobatic performance made it a nearly unbeatable adversary during the...

    $175.00
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  • Long Tom - M1 155mm Gun

    About the Long Tom M1 155mm Gun: Created from a modified French Canon de 155mm GPF heavy gun, the Long Tom as it was nicknamed by the American troops was the standard heavy gun of the U.S. Army throughout WWII, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War...

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  • G-532 Truck - 7 1/2 Ton 6x6

    About the G-532 Truck - 7 1/2 Ton 6x6: Designated at the prime mover for the Long Tom 155mm gun, the G-532 truck weighed almost 30,000 lbs empty and could be loaded with an additional 10 tons and pull and incredible 25 tons. First appearing on the scene...

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  • M26 Pershing - WWII Medium Tank

    About the M26 Pershing Medium Tank: Though late to the game in World War II, the M26 Pershing did see combat towards the end of the war as well as in the Korean War. However, its main contribution to the U.S. military was the utilization if its design...

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  • DFS 230 - Assault Glider

    About the DFS 230 – Assault Glider: At its core the DFS 230 was an excellent way to counter the negative effect of scattered paratroopers during airdrop missions. Its first use came in May of 1940 during the German invasion of Belgium. The Belgian...

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  • BEEP - WC52 3/4 Ton 4x4 Truck

    About the BEEP WC52 ¾ Ton 4x4 Truck: A reliable workhorse of a vehicle, the BEEP WC52 ¾ ton 4x4 truck could easily transport supplies and personnel over a wide variety of rugged terrains. Serving in every theater of World War II and on...

    $100.00
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  • Tiger 131® - WWII Heavy Tank

      About the famous Tiger 131® WWII Heavy Tank: Captured by the British Army in Tunisia, North Africa in 1943, Tiger 131® is the world’s only remaining functioning Tiger I tank and is on display at The Tank Museum in Bovington, UK...

    $450.00
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  • M29 Weasel - Cargo Carrier

    About the M29 Weasel - Cargo Carrier: Introduced in 1942 as an all-terrain vehicle capable of handling everything from loose sand to deep snow, the M29 Weasel saw action throughout World War II and into the Korean and Vietnam wars. The vehicle’s...

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  • Kübelwagen

    About the Kubelwagen: Officially designated a car and not a truck, the Kubelwagen (“tub car”) was designed using the chassis and rear engine design of a Volkswagen Beetle, with upgraded independent suspension and a reinforced steel chassis...

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  • Natasha - WWII Seabees Bulldozer

    About Natasha - WWII Seabees Bulldozer: Featured in the John Wayne classic The Fighting Seabees, the bulldozer named Natasha was part of the equipment used by the naval construction battalions known as Seabees — the nickname comes from the...

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  • 6 Pounder 57mm Anti-Tank Gun

    About the 6 Pounder 57mm Anti-Tank Gun First used in 1942 during the Battle of Gazala, the Ordnance Quick-Firing 6-pounder, or simply 6 Pounder, fired a 57mm projectile that exited the barrel at an impressive 2,700 feet per second and, against German...

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  • M1A1 75mm Pack Howitzer

    Designed for quick movement, this 75mm gun could be broken down into several pieces to enable ease of transport by simple wheeled carriages or pack animals when traveling over rough terrain. As period artillery was difficult and heavy to move, this...

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