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Centaur AA Kombi-Kit
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Centaur AA Kombi-Kit
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 service.
The model was designed by Derek Hansen and Rob Tearle, and features a hollow turret with interior fittings, and etched brass sights, and hull stowage. These were Liberty engine vehicles, and a new ‘flush’ engine deck, early mudguards and hull glacis plate with generator hatch and exhaust are also supplied.
Note that although production of these vehicles was undertaken, the exact quantity produced, and indeed whether they were Centaur AA Mk-1 or Mk-2 is still unclear. Any pictures of them in service would be MUCH appreciated!
This product is a Kombi-Kit and a donor plastic kit is included to make the vehicle shown in the images.
Unnecessary sprues from the donor kit may have been removed before sale.