Plastic & Kombi-Kits

High quality plastic kits, and also packaged Kombi-Kit deals combined with our own conversions

C052K
£57.00

This extensive conversion in resin and etched brass by Derek Hansen converts the Tamiya Cromwell Mk-IV to the WW-II ARV Mk-1 used in N.W.Europe from D-Day onwards. This is the vehicle shown in the famous picture in Normandy towing a captured PzKpfw.

C051K
£67.50

The Charioteer Tank Destroyer was a 1950’s British conversion of existing Cromwell Tank hulls to mount the very powerful 20pdr (83.4mm) gun, in a lightly armoured turret. The vehicle was a panic measure to enable the UK to field as many of these guns as possible against new Warsaw Pact AFV’s which intelligence reports had grossly overrated in terms of performan

C050K
£67.50

The Charioteer was a 1950’s conversion of existing Cromwell Tank hulls to mount the very powerful 20pdr (83.4mm) gun, in a lightly armoured turret. The vehicle was a panic measure to enable the UK to field as many of these guns as possible against new Warsaw Pact AFV’s which intelligence reports had grossly overrated in terms of performan

C044K
£67.50

This conversion depicts the Centaur version of the standard AA Tank used by the British (and British equipped) units in NW Europe from D-Day onwards, the Centaur conversions followed on from the Crusader AA, and supplemented these in servi

TAM35154
£29.00

Ths fine kit represents Challenger 1 during Op-Granby, the liberation of Kuwait in 1991. Fitted with the Dorchester 2 armour package making this version the M

TAM35352
£30.00

The British Infantry Tank Mk-III or Valentine followed on from the Matilda Mk-I and II as part of a ‘two tier’ armoured philosophy that was to see out the end of World War II. The Valentine was somewhat rushed into production as a direct result of the loss of equipment at Dunkirk. This type saw action extensively in the North African theatre and on the eastern front under Lend Lease to Russia. Valentine was withdrawn from front line British service