Softskins

  • Canadian GM. C15TA Armoured Truck

    A total of 3961 of this unusual Canadian built armoured truck were produced between 1943 and 1944. Seen as a cheaper alternative to Halftracks, they saw service in Italy and NW Europe late in the war. Some of these vehicles also saw service in Korea and in Indochina.

    • £21.00
    Sorry, we only have 999999 of that item available
  • Canadian GM C15TT Armoured Ambulance

    Based on the GM15TA Armoured Truck (UK014), only a few of these Canadian built armoured ambulances were built in time to see service in NW Europe.....

    • £21.00
    Sorry, we only have 999999 of that item available
  • Dodge D15 15cwt 4x2 GS Truck

    This model represents the Canadian built Dodge D15 truck widely used by the Canadian and British Army, especially in the N. Africa. The model has a full interior and comes with an optional tilt cover. 

    • £21.00
    Sorry, we only have 999999 of that item available
  • Dodge D15 15cwt 4x2 Water Tanker Truck

    This model represents the Water Tanker variant of the Canadian built Dodge D15 truck which saw wide service on all fronts and as in the illustrated model, in North Africa.
    • £20.99
    Out of stock
  • Dodge VK62B 3ton 4x2 GS Truck

    This American built truck was originally a contract for the French Army and many were supplied before the Fall of France. Subsequently captured these vehicles were used by the Wehrmacht in France and in the USSR. The remainder of the contract was taken up by Britain under Lend-Lease and these rugged vehicles were subsequently used on all fronts. This superb kit comes with the distinctive brush guard reproduced in brass.

    • £25.00
    Sorry, we only have 999999 of that item available
  • Ford F60 3ton 4x4 GS truck with CMP No.11 Cab

    This model represents the LWB version of these Canadian built General Service Trucks with the No.11 cab. The model has a full interior with optional tilt cover. They were used by the British and Canadians on all fronts from 1940.

    • £23.00
    Sorry, we only have 999999 of that item available
  • Ford F60 3ton 4x4 GS Truck with CMP No.12 Cab

    This model represents the LWB version of these Canadian built G.S. Trucks with the later No.12 cab. They were used by the British and Canadians on all fronts from 1941.

    • £23.00
    Sorry, we only have 999999 of that item available
  • Ford F60 3ton 4x4 GS truck with CMP No.13 Cab

    This model represents the LWB version of these Canadian built General Service Trucks with the ubiquitous No.13 cab. They were used by British, Canadians and other Commonwealth forces on all fronts from 1942 onwards. The kit includes an etched brass fret with the radiator grill, mud guards, etc. 

    • £23.00
    Out of stock
  • Chevrolet/Ford 3ton 4x4 Ambulance (Optional CMP No.12 or 13 Cab)

    This model represents the LWB version of these Canadian built ambulances which were used by British and Canadian forces on all fronts from 1942. The model has a full interior, including stretchers and optional parts to build either the earlier or later versions. Optional parts allow either the Chevrolet or Ford versions with either the No.12 or No.13 cab to be built. An etched brass fret is supplied with Brush Guard, Mud Flaps, etc.)

    • £23.00
    Sorry, we only have 2 of that item available
  • CMP No.13 Cab 3ton Machinery Truck

    This vehicle represents one of the Workshop/Maintenance trucks required to keep an armoured division...(Etched brass fret with Brush Guard,Mud Flaps, etc., supplied)

    • £25.00
    Sorry, we only have 1 of that item available
  • SAS Jeep (NW Europe)

    This model represents the heavily modified Jeeps as used by the SAS in the campaigns throughout NW Europe in 1944/5. (See UK77 for historical data on the SAS.) These vehicles mainly differed from the earlier jeeps used in North Africa (UK77), by the addition of an armoured front screen with spot lamp/gun mount, plus two large armoured fuel tanks fitted in the rear. We make two figures sets specifically to enhance these NW European SAS Jeeps. See sets FIG73 & 74.

    • £15.00
    Sorry, we only have 3 of that item available
  • SAS Jeep (N. Africa)

    The SAS should not be confused with the earlier formed LRDG who initially acted as the transport for these commandos. However following the addition of a section of Free French paratroopers in 1942, the 130 strong SAS became independent and with their 20 Bedford OY trucks and 16 Jeeps, they developed their "hit and run" tactics against German and Italian airfields and other targets in Egypt, Libya and Tunisia. At the end of 1942 the SAS gained Regimental status and was increased in strength by receiving the remains of Middle East Commando and the Greek Sacred Squadron and although they lost the Free French paras, their compliment rose to 800 men. In 1943 the 2nd. SAS Regiment arrived in Tunisia to carry out strategic raids on Sicily and the Italian coast and following D-Day they used their expertise throughout NW Europe.

    As can be seen below our model accurately reflects the array of weapons carried on these vehicles and included in the kit are both single and twin Vickers K guns and an Air-Cooled .50cal Browning MG as well as additional magazines and ammunition boxes. In addition, there is a mixture of captured "Jerrycans"," Americans" and British "Flimsies".

    SAS Drivers designed for this vehicle and additional stowage is available separately. See Related Products below.

    • £15.00
    Sorry, we only have 999999 of that item available
Products: 112 of 136

Bestsellers

  • Sorry, we only have 999999 of that item available
  • Sorry, we only have 999999 of that item available
  • Sorry, we only have 999999 of that item available

Footer navigation