Around twenty M3A1's were converted to "Satan" Flamethrower tanks in 1943 for the USMC, for use against Japanese bunkers, by replacing the M6 37mm gun with a Canadian Ronson flamethrower.
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This highly detailed model has the early pattern hull with the original "Quick Fix" counter weights (Tunisian Campaign) and is supplied with rubber block pattern tracks.
Yellow early style US Stars are available as decal set US05-D.
This model represents the Late production M10 GMC, easily distinguished from the early types by the later "Duckbill" turret counterweight. This type first saw action in Normandy and later in Italy and the Pacific Campaign.
The need for 90 mm armed tank destroyers was so great that between October and December of 1944 a further 187 were converted using the M4A3 hull and designated M36B1. They were used in combat alongside standard M36.
The M36 90mm GMC was the most powerful American Tank Destroyer of the Second World War and was produced by mounting a 90mm anti-aircraft gun on the chassis of the M10. Operational from September 1944, the M36 was one of the few US AFV's that could destroy German heavy armour from a distance. In o...
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The Mk.I and Mk.II Humber Scout Cars were externally identical with a total of 4,300 being built....Our simple 6 piece kit, prepared and built in under 10 minutes, accurately reproduces this superb vehicle in great detail.