AA products / 1:35th Complete Kits

Our 1:35th scale full kits complement the vast product ranges of all the mainstream model manufacturers, and the wee guys like us too.


Spartan MCT is a Tank Hunter vehicle armed with the MILAN missile system fitted in the Milan Compact turret (MCT), and was used for the first time during the Gulf War (Operation Granby) in 1990-1991. The Spartan MCT remained in service for many years but was withdrawn before Operation Telic in Iraq during 2003


Sultan is the Armoured Command Vehicle (ACV) version of the CVR(T) family and has a crew of up to six housed in a modified body with extra headroom and space for radios, batterias and map boards. External fittings include rear penthouse and elevation communication masts. The Sultan is still in service in all British Army Theatres of operation


Samson is the recovery vehicle specially designed for use with the other CVR(T) family members. This 3 man crew vehicle has a rear mouted earth anchor, internal winch and comprehensive recovery equipment.The Samson is still in service in all British Army Theatres of operation.


Samaritan, as the name implies, is an armoured ambulance! It is designed for front line operation even in an NBC environment. The hull is extended in a similar way to the Sultan ACV and can accommodate four casualties, and a crew of three. The Samaritan is still in service in all British Army Theatres of operation.


Striker is the most powerful version of the CVR(T) family, and was the first purpose designed missile armed tank destroyer. Striker is armed with a 5-round Swingfire missile launcher which elevates to deploy, a further 5 rounds are stored internally. The Striker entered British Army service in 1976 and was deployed in all theatres of operation until 2005.


The FV434 Fitters vehicle is used by the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME), and was designed as the companion vehicle to the Chieftain MBT, FV432 family and all other medium military vehicles. This excellent and essential piece of kit has an open cargo bay which allowes the transport of engine and mechanical spares, all of which can be moved and fitted using the HIAB crane. The FV434 is still in service in many units, it’s just too useful a vehicle


The FV721 FOX is a compact 6-Tonne 3-man Recce vehicle armed with extremely powerful 30mm Rarden cannon which fires high velocity shells in short bursts. A co-axial 7.62mm Gpmg is also fitted and the FOX also has full NBC protection and low light optical vision devices


This is the standard configuration FV180 Combat Engineering Tractor (CET) whichis designed to carry out digging, recovery, liftng and river bank preperation tasks in a combat zone. The vehicle is of aluminium construction and is fully amphibious, using tracks and a pair of hydrojets for propulsion.An unusual feature is that the two man crew sit ‘back to back’ in the special cupola and either can fully contol the vehicle and equipment.The CET entered service with the British Army in 1978 and still serves to the present day


The detailed description of the FV180 Combat Engineer Tractor (CET) is the same for our basic kit K052. When deployed in rear maintenance and recovery mode the CET is fitted out with a jib erected inside the large bucket so that heavy equipment and stores can be moved around.


The detailed description of the FV180 Combat Engineer Tractor (CET) is the same for our basic kit K052. When deployed in a river bank or beach ramp preperation mode the CET is fitted out with inflated buoyancy aids, rigid flotation pods, and deployed wash board.When swimming the Rocket Propelled Anchor (RPA) is fitted in case the vehicle has trouble getting out of the watercourse.


The Daimler Armoured Car was one of the best designed AFV’s of WW-II, and featured 4 wheel drive with long travel independent suspension. Armed with a 2pdr (40mm) gun and with 16mm of armour, the Daimler had a top speed of over 50 mph. A “Littlejohn” adaptor could also be fitted to increase the performance of the 2pdr gun. Daimlers were first introduced during late 1941, and in all over 2,500 examples were produced. Daimler served in the British Army for many years post-war


Production of the Daimler Mk-II started during 1944 with most examples appearing as battle replacements. This vehicle featured an improved mantlet and turret front, drivers top hatch, new engine decks and hull rear. The daimler continued in British army service for many years post-war when the twin 4” smoke dischargers were replaced by multi-barrel grenade launchers. the ‘Littlejohn adapter’ was not used post-war, but the spare wheel carrier was standard.


The Scammell Commander was designed to carry the British Challenger-1 MBT, and up until recently was our standard heavy equipment transporter. The tractor is powered by a Rolls-Royce CV12 TCE 625bhp engine, and can travel at up to 40 mph with a full load (an all up weight of 103 tonnes). A large winch is fitted for vehicle recovery, and a smaller capstan winch for cable deployment and recovery


The T44 Medium tank was one of the most significant Soviet AFV’s. It combines features from the famous WW-2 T34 family of tanks with the new modern layout and construction of the next generation of T44/45 tanks. This transitional design was in service in small numbers before the end of WW-II, and continued post-war until the late 1950’s