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Kits will appear here when they have been off sale for a while or when a final batch is produced.

K044
£68.50

Spartan was originally intended as the APC for specialist assault troops, and is now used to transport a variety of special teams, such as weapons teams with LTM, Milan, Radar etc and REME, Signals and Engineer specialists. The Spartan is still in service in all British Army Theatres of operation, including Operation Telic in Iraq 2003 …

K131i
£116.00

The Alvis Saladin 6x6 Armoured Car (FV601) saw extensive service over several decades in all theatres of operation with the British Army. Saladin was armed with a 76mm gun and two Browning 0.30” Machine guns, and powered by a 5765cc Rolls-Royce B80 Engine. Saladin was a UK export success being sold to over 20 countries …

K148
£126.50

The Austin K2 Auxilliary Towing Vehicle (ATV) was built for the UK National Fire Service (NFS) in WW-2. It was the most famous (and numerous) fire appliance in service during the ‘Blitz’. The Coventry Climax ‘FSM’ Type trailer pump was a petrol driven fire pump for boosting low water pressure or for suction delivery from ponds or rivers, and pumping out flooded basements. The pump can be removed from the trailer by hand and is narrow enough to fit through a standard house doorway. Both equipments served on for many years post war …

K188E
£116.00

This 1/35th Scale all resin full kit was researched and designed by David Jane and Rob Tearle. The Bedford MK 4-Tonne 4x4 entered service in 1969 and gradually replaced the Bedford RL in British Army service, and along with the later engined MJ model from 1977 onwards, became the most numerous medium truck in British Army service in modern times. Adopted by many other armies around the world and in later civilian ‘after-life’, to say that it’s been everywhere, done everything and remains iconic are all huge understatements! …

K188L
£116.00

This 1/35th Scale all resin full kit was researched and designed by David Jane and Rob Tearle.The Bedford MK 4-Tonne 4x4 entered service in 1969 and gradually replaced the Bedford RL in British Army service, and along with the later engined MJ model from 1977 onwards, became the most numerous medium truck in British Army service in modern times. Adopted by many other armies around the world and in later civilian ‘after-life’, to say that it’s been everywhere, done everything and remains iconic are all huge understatements! …