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Highly accurate scale model kits, conversions, accessories and much more! All products are supplied in kit form with instructions (if required) and require building, finishing and painting by the customer. We can supply contact details for an experienced UK based model-maker to assist customers should that be required.

K108
£189.50

This complex and distinctive American produced truck was supplied in huge numbers to the U.S., British and Allied armies during WW-II. It is simply one of the most distinctive trucks ever made and a true ‘cla

K109
£95.00

This extensively researched 1/35th scale model depicts the early version of the Bedford OYD with wooden rear body, and early engine covers and front grille. The model features a complete chassis, engine and transmission, and comes complete with cast tilt and parts to make this open or closed. A mixed cargo load is also included along with an extensive etched brass

K110
£95.00

This extensively researched 1/35th scale model depicts the late version of the Bedford OYD with steel rear body, cab hip ring hatch, late engine covers and front grille. The model features a complete chassis, engine and transmission, and comes complete with cast tilt and parts to make this open or closed. A mixed late war cargo load is also included along with an extensive etched brass

K111
£84.00

This superbly detailed 1/35th scale model depicts the British Army FV1620 Truck, 1 ton, 4x4 “Hornet / Malkara” that was in service with the RAC Parachute Squadron between 1965 and 1969. The Malkara missile, named by its Australian developers, combined with this specialised armoured version of the Humber 1 Ton vehicle was intended to fulfill a requirement for an airportable anti tank guided missile (ATGM) system. The missile carried a 56lb HESH warhead capable of destroying all known

K112
£116.00

This comprehensive 1/35th scale model by David Jane and Derek Hansen depicts the late WW-II/Post War 6x6 tractor originally designed to tow the 17pdr Anti-Tank Gun. Produced from January 1945 onwards, just under 350 of these classic vehicles were produced, and at least 180 were re-designated as a field artillery tractors in 1949 for use with the 25pdr

K113
£105.50

This complete 1/35th scale model depicts the British WW-2 ‘Carrier AEC 6Pr. Gun DEACON’ which was manufactured by AEC on the MATADOR truck chassis. A total of 175 were produced and saw action from spring 1942 onwards. Although the vehicle looks strange it was very effective and scored a number of major victories in the desert, particularly at El Hamma where Deacons of ZZ battery 76th Anti-Tank Regiment R.A. disposed of a force containing Panzer-III tanks, towed

K114 B
£265.00

The M2 ‘ALLIGATOR’ Bridging system was a German design of amphibious vehicle which can be adapted for use as a vehicle ferry with 2 or 3 vehicles, or as a bridge with 10-30 units. In the water the main wheels retract, and propellers in the main hull and pontoons propel the vehicle. On land all equipment folds away for roa

K114 D
£265.00

The M2 ‘ALLIGATOR’ Bridging system was a German design of amphibious vehicle which can be adapted for use as a vehicle ferry with 2 or 3 vehicles, or as a bridge with 10-30 units. In the water the main wheels retract, and propellers in the main hull and pontoons propel the vehicle. On land all equipment folds away for roa

K118
£58.00

This model by Jon Bottomley of the FV701J Ferret Mk-1/1 Liasion Vehicle features extensive interior detail, limited only by the moulding process and with many alternative parts including a choice of 3 radio sets (No-19, Larkspur or Clansman) and matching aerial bases. The model can be completed to depict early, mid or late (Gulf war) vehicles and also has alternative BREN or GPMG armament. An etched brass detail set also included and features sand channels, and many finer

K119
£58.00

This model of the FV704 Ferret Mk-1/2 Light Recce Vehicle (LRV) by Jon Bottomley features full interior detail with many alternative parts and 3 radio sets (No-19, Larkspur or Clansman) and matching bases. The model can be completed to depict early, mid or late (Gulf war) vehicles and also has alternative BREN or GPMG armament. An etched brass detail set also included and features sand channels, and many fi

K120
£58.00

This is the most well known version of the unique Ferret family. This model by Jon Bottomley of the FV701H Ferret Mk-2/3 Recce Vehicle features full interior detail with many alternative parts and 3 radio sets (No-19, Larkspur or Clansman) and matching bases.The model can be completed to depict early, mid or late (Gulf war) vehicles and also has alternative BREN or GPMG armament. An etched brass detail set is also included and features sand channels, and many

K121
£63.50

This model depicts the Ferret Mk 2/3 fitted with recovery equipment to produce an air-portable Armoured Recovery Vehicle (ARV). The conversion was carried out in 1962 on vehicle ‘00 DC 24’, by a REME LAD unit attached to the Royal Horse Guards, and was named ‘Audacious’. As the smallest ever British ARV, it is a very unusual and unique subject, which did see extens

K122
£63.50

The FV703 Ferret Mk 2/6 was a Ferret Mk 2/3 modified to mount the BAC Vigilant Anti-Tank Guided Weapon (ATGW) system. This modification comprises twin missile bins and mountings on the turret and a revised stowage and missile re-load stowage bin on the hull, and a complete revision of vehicle stowage. This model by Jon Bottomley, includes extensive interior detail, etched brass detail set, and full stowage. This model includes a comprehensive colour decal set with authenticated number

K123
£63.50

This model by Jon Bottomley features full interior detail, with a choice of two radio sets (Larkspur and Clansman) and matching bases. This model depicts the FV711 ‘swimming’ version of the Ferret family introduced in 1967, and has some similarities with the later

K124
£63.50

This model By Jon Bottomley depicts the FV712 Tank Hunting version of the Ferret family, and was armed with the Swingfire Missile Anti-Tank Guided Weapon (ATGW), in a new design of turret with elevating launcher bins for 4 missiles. The Mk-5 is amphibious, and was based on the Ferret

K125
£68.50

The VIXEN was proposed as a companion vehicle to the CVR(W)FOX armoured car (See our kit K051), for Liasion purposes and was designed to replace the Ferret family. Although prototypes were produced, production did not

K126
£63.50

This 1/35th scale model by Jon Bottomley of the FV701G Ferret Mk-2/2 Liasion Vehicle features extensive interior detail, limited only by the moulding process and with many alternative parts. The model depicts the Malaysian modified vehicle with extended superstructure and small turret. An etched brass detail set also included and features sand channels, and many fi