This resin kit recreates the final section of the Mulberry harbour which brought vehicles onto the beach. Of steel construction, they were driven on to the beach at high tide, They were then filled with water and rubble was built up around them as the tide went down to help keep them in place....
Our price: £35.00
This is the first of a series of "Beetle" pontoon types to be produced and was the most commonly used to carry the Whale Roadway sections. It is an all resin kit totalling 37 parts complete with building instructions, painting diagram, and a schematic diagram showing how the roadway is seated.
Our price: £23.50
The Mulberry Harbour was one of the great inovations of WWII and was a major contibutor to the Allied success of Operation Overlord.
This scale model of the Standard Roadway Section, which were suspended between Concrete (DTM02) or Steel "Beetles" (DTM04) is made from 31 resin parts and 34 ...
Our price: £40.00
As the Roadway (DTM03) approached the shore the supporting Beetles needed to be even more robust than the Concrete types (DTM02) in order to survive the continous battering of the Atlantic tide. Consequentltly these types were made of steel and also differed in appearance to the Concrete Beetles....
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This is the Wehrmacht version of the famous Gerlich or taper-bore anti-tank gun with the large roadwheels. This was a most effective gun but the ammunition was made with tungsten and as supplies of this dwindelled few were available by 1943. Also see G024.
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Designed and produced by the Multiwheeler Company and by SMT in Glasgow, these 16 wheeled 20ton payload trailers were used extensively by the the REME and by the RAF to transport heavy equipment. Could be towed by Matadors or Scammell Pioneers.
Our price: £18.99
These barrels are manufactured for us in Germany with the smaller barrels usually turned in Brass and the larger barrels in Aluminium. These superb products offer a great option to the kit supplied barrels.
This brass turned 20mm barrel is short as it does not include the Recoil Tube. An al...
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The first 20mm Flak30's were supplied from 1934 with the later Flak38 (Kit G112) introduced in 1938. As a result both these two very efficient weapons saw service together throughout WW2 in every theatre.
Our price: £12.99