AA products / 1:35th Conversion Sets

Convert a basic mainstream 1:35th scale plastic kit to something different and a lot more interesting! Or transform an old model kit into something new!

C019
£23.50

A complete set of Challenger-1 MBT DL-1 Armour to convert the Tamiya 1/35th scale Challenger-1 to the up-armoured Gulf-war-1 version. This set also replaces the incorrect Challenger-1 Mk-3 armour set. A pair of corrected exhausts and turret rear bin lid are al

C020
£17.00

A pair of 1/35th scale Challenger-1 MBT fuel drums and mounting plates, to replace the ones provided with the Tamiya Challenge

C021
£37.00

A comprehensive 1/35th scale detailing and skirt plate set with tools, stowage, cleaning rod tube, exhausts, swirl cowls and towing hawsers. The set is suitable for Panther Ausf-G, Ausf-F and Panther-2. A brass detail fret with two types of engine grilles, exhaust covers and many smaller fittings is als

C022
£28.50

A comprehensive 1/35th scale detailing and skirt plate set with tools, stowage, cleaning rod tube, exhausts, swirl cowls and towing hawsers. The set is suitable for Panther Ausf-G, Ausf-F and Panther-II. A brass detail fret with two types of engine grilles, exhaust covers and many smaller fittings is al

C023
£28.50

The Panther “Schmalturm” turret was developed to increase the protection afforded to Panther crews, but with no increase in weight over existing designs. Examples were built and the remains of one still e

C024
£89.00

The Challenger Armoured Repair and Recovery Vehicle (CrARRV), is based on the Challenger-1 MBT, and first saw action the Gulf war of 1990-1991. CrARRV carries all equipment necessary to maintain, recover and repair the Challenger MBT, and to dig hull down fir

C025
£69.00

The Chieftain entered service in 1966, and was a remarkable step forward in tank design. The driver was placed in a reclining position to reduce the hull height and the massive 120mm rifled gun used bagged charges instead of heavy brass cased ammunition. Both hull and turret armour was very thick and well sloped. Chieftain replaced both Centurion and Conqueror, and was eventually replaced by Challenger-1 after 28 years of service, during which it evolved through many ‘Marks’

C026
£69.00

The Chieftain entered service in 1966, and was a remarkable step forward in tank design. The driver was placed in a reclining position to reduce the hull height and the massive 120mm rifled gun used bagged charges instead of heavy brass cased ammunition. Both hull and turret armour was very thick and well sloped. Chieftain replaced both Centurion and Conqueror, and was eventually replaced by Challenger-1 after 28 years of service, during which it evolved through many ‘Marks’

C027
£69.00

The Chieftain entered service in 1966, and was a remarkable step forward in tank design. The driver was placed in a reclining position to reduce the hull height and the massive 120mm rifled gun used bagged charges instead of heavy brass cased ammunition. Both hull and turret armour was very thick and well sloped. Chieftain replaced both Centurion and Conqueror, and was eventually replaced by Challenger-1 after 28 years of service, during which it evolved through many ‘Marks’

C028
£24.00

Flakpanzer 341 “Coelian” was designed by Rheinmetall-Borsig in the early months of 1944 and utilised the twin 3.7cm Flak Gerat 341 gun system. The project proceeded to mock up stage. This original model by Jon Bottomley features one piece turret, elevating gun mount, metal guns and commanders rangefinder. The proposed use of the turret was to fit it to any old P

C028Z
£24.00

Flakpanzer 341 “Coelian” was designed by Rheinmetall-Borsig in the early months of 1944 and utilised the twin 3.7cm Flak Gerat 341 gun system.The project proceeded to mock up stage. This original model by Jon Bottomley features one piece turret, elevating gun mount, metal guns and commanders rangefinder. The proposed use of the turret was to fit it to any old Panther hull, and as many had zimmerit finish, this turret will match the

C029
£24.00

The Flakpanzer-IV “Kugelblitz” was a late war development using a pair of belt fed Mk103/38 3cm cannons, mounted in a ball shaped turret. This turret was in turn mounted in trunnions within an armoured screen which was adapted to turn on a Tiger-1E turret ring. Prototypes were produced before the end of WW-II, and reports of combat use continue to be rumoured! This original model by Jon Bottomley includes opening hatches and multi-positon turret. A simple conversion

C030
£69.00

This extensive 1/35th scale resin and etched brass conversion kit designed by Tim Babb for the Academy Warrior MICV can be configured to produce the Warrior Medium Repair Vehicle (Recovery)-MRV[R] with spade (FV513), OR, the Medium Combat Repair Vehicle M