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World War II Kits


  • DAK Messenger with Motorcycle

    About the DAK Messenger with Motorcycle: During Germany’s campaign in North Africa important and confidential messages traveled many miles to their destination. Often the means of transport was via motorcycle messenger, which was usually the...

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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...

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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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  • Staghound Mk 1 - Medium Armored Car

    About the Staghound Mk 1 Medium Armored Car: Designed and built in the U.S. for British and Commonwealth forces in the early days of World War II, the Staghound Mk 1 was armed with 37mm anti-tank gun in a rotating turret, a coaxial machine gun, a bow...

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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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  • Opel Blitz - Lightweight Truck

    About the Opel Blitz - Lightweight Truck The Opel Blitz was the name given to various German trucks built by the German Opel automobile manufacturer beginning in the 1930s. During World War II, this vehicle was deployed as the main transport truck...

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