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Italian Heavy Tank P40 - 1/35 - TM89792
The P40 (P=Pesante (Heavy)) tank, with its powerful 75/34 (75mm, 34 caliber) cannon installed on a rotating turret and 26 ton weight,
was the heaviest tank produced for the Italian Army during World War II. The tank featured some innovative
characteristics for the time such as angled front and side main body armor plates. It had a good
top speed of approximately 40 km/h (25 mph) and was powered by a 420hp V12 gasoline engine.
Design of this machine began in 1940 however development
was delayed because of powerplant selection and availbility. The P40 was the contemporary of the Sherman
and the PzKpfw IV. In 1943, the first version of the P40 was ready for production (in line with the original
plans for the Italian entry into WWII). However, with the armistice
and the German occupation of Northern Italy, all P40s were seized by the German Army. About three dozen were
used as stationay pillboxes along the Gothic line without engines due to supply
difficulties from the struggling Italian war industry (due to a lack of raw materials). The P40 equipped
elements of three divisons of the German Army on the Yugoslavian front and others were used in Austria against
the Soviet Army in limited actions. The P40 together with the heavier Semoventes (105mm Basotto) were to re-equip the
Ariete II armored division and was to operate alongside the Centuaro division equipped with an
Italian built PzKpfw V Panther-D tanks and Stugs. The end of hostilities put an end to the program.
Ansaldo-built WWII era Italian heavy tank armed with 75mm L/34 cannon.
Kit features well detailed exterior and suspension, link-and-length track,
separate hatches and on-vehicle equipment and photo-etch parts (exhaust shrouds,
jerry can racks and brackets). Includes photographic reference manual.
Decals and painting reference for 4 tanks:
1) Ansaldo works, Genoa, late 1943
2) German 15.Polizei-Panzer-Kompanie, Novara, April 1945
3) German Panzer-Kompanie, 24.Waffen-Gebirgs (Karstjajer) Division der SS, Friuli region, April 1945
4) German P40 Platoon, Panzer-Ausbildings-Abteilung Sud, Lonigo, summer 1944
WWII Italian 4x4 armored car kit. Features pre-painted die-cast metal chassis,
detailed hull exterior, turret with gun breech detail, rubber tires, plus separately
molded hatches, jerry cans and on-vehicle equipment. Italeri mold.
Decals and painting reference for 4 vehicles:
1) Polizia Africana, Tunisia, 1943;
2) Regio Esercito, Libya, 1942;
3) Wehrmacht, 162nd Infantry Division, Italy, July 1944;
4) Regio Esercito, 15th Rgt. Cavalleggeri di Lodi (R.E.CO.), Pinerolo, Italy, 1942.
Fiat CR.42 Night Attacker - 1/48 - TM89722
Fiat CR.42 Night Attacker 'Luftwaffe'. WWII era Italian-built sesquiplane fighter
optimized for night attack operations in German service. Italeri mold - kit features
detailed cockpit and engine, excellent surface detail, exhaust flame dampers,
underwing bombs and partially spatted or unspatted wheels.
Also includes seated pilot figure, fuel drums (x6), jerry cans (x8), pail, 'cloth' roles, bags and pouches.
Decals for 4 Luftwaffe aircraft:
1) 'E8+FK', 2/Nachtschlachtgruppe 9, Turin, Italy, April 1944
2) 'E8+JK', 2/Nachtschlachtgruppe 9, Turin, Italy, April 1944
3) 'E8+AH', 1/Nachtschlachtgruppe 9, Fabrica di Roma, Italy, March 1944
4) JG107, Nancy-Essey, France, 1944
Includes instruments and seatbelts.
Macchi MC.200 Saetta - 1/48 - TM37007
1/48 plastic assembly model kit. Cockpit interior and engine feature fine
details. Flaps can be assembled in either up or down positions. Canopy can
be assembled in either open or closed positions.
Reggiane Re.2002 - 1/48 - TM89787
WWII Reggiane-built radial-engined 'Ram' fighter-bomber, developed from the RE.2000.
Kit has engraved panel lines and rivets, detailed cockpit, separately molded elevators
and flaps, 5-part twin-row radial engine, undercarriage with weighted tires and separately
molded tailwheel, optional position segmented canopy, optional centerline stores
(drop tank, bomb or bomb with dive-bombing swing crutch) and photographic reference manual
(history, technical details, walk-around style photos and color profiles).
Also includes Tamiya-mold seated pilot, fuel drums, jerry cans, pail, rolls, satchels and bundles.
Decals and painting reference for 6 aircraft:
1) Regia Aeronautica: 'Red 9', 5° Stormo, 208a Squadriglia, 101° Gruppo, Isola capo Rizzuto, Italy 1944;
2) Regia Aeronautica: 239-4, 5° Stormo, Foggia, Italy 1943
3) Regia Aeronautica: 239-2, 5° Stormo, 239a Squadriglia, 102° Gruppo Reggio Emilia, Italy 1943
4) Aeronautica Cobelligerante Italiana: 239, 5° Stormo, 239a Squadriglia, 102° Gruppo Palata, Campobasso, Italy 1944.
5) Luftwaffe: 'Red 5', Geschwader Bongart, Bourges, France 1944
6) Luftwaffe: unknown unit, Pavullo nel Frignano, Bologna, Italy 1944.
Includes instruments and seatbelts.
Semovente M40 - 1/35 - TM35294
WWII Italian 75mm self-propelled gun based on a M13/40 medium tank chassis. Kit has fine
exterior detail, driver's compartment, fighting compartment with full gun breech detail,
highly detailed suspension with link-and-length track, separately molded on-vehicle equipment,
partial driver, seated tank crewman, standing Bersaglieri officer, and photo-etch parts
(MG sights, hull logo, latches, and registration plates). Also includes new tool drive
sprockets, exhaust cover, jack and tools.
Decals and painting guide for 3 vehicles: 2 in North Africa and 1 in Rome, 1943 -
includes uniform insignia for figures.
Kit has fine exterior detail, highly detailed suspension with link-and-length track,
aluminum 47 mm gun barrel, separately molded on-vehicle equipment and turret hatches,
seated tank crewman, standing officer, and photo-etch parts (MG sights, hull logo,
latches, and registration plates). Also includes new tool drive sprockets, exhaust cover,
jack and tools.
Decals and painting reference for multiple vehicles in North Africa: 132nd Ariete
Armored Division and 133rd Littorio Armored Division (choice of tank number, platoon,
and company); plus a single captured tank in Australian Army service - includes uniform
insignia for figures.
From 1936, Italian manufacturer Fiat-Ansaldo began development of the light tank L6/40 and in 1941,
began its mass production. Italeri plastic. Kit features fully detailed transmission, driver's seat,
drive shaft, turret's 20mm gun, and interior, optional open/closed position for the hull and turret
hatches and engine inspection doors, assembly type-tracks, photo-etch parts (door hinges, exhaust cover,
and number plates). Also includes two soldier figures (Tamiya made), a standing officer and a sitting
crewman. Military uniform decals and photographic reference manual included.
5 markings for the North African, Russian, and the Balkan fronts, and for a tank
in German service.
French Battle Tank B1 BIS - 1/35 - TM35282
In order to deal with the increasingly tense situation leading up to the outbreak
of WWII, a decision was made to modify and improve the existing B1 tank, giving
rise to the B1 bis. Distinctive features included the large 75mm gun turret
and strengthened front armor. The engine was also upgraded to bring the tank
up to contemporary standards. The French government tasked individual suppliers
with producing key parts, which caused problems and greatly reduced the number
of tanks that were built. Although these and other strategic failures inhibited
the B1 bis tank’s ability on the battlefield, it was greatly feared by German
soldiers who encountered it. Featuring strong firepower and defense, the B1 bis
could more that hold its own against the tanks of the Wehrmacht during individual combat.
Newly designed tracks require no cement for assembly and are extremely easy to complete.
1-piece upper hull made from slide molding realistically depicts hex bolts.
Choice of two types of fenders and exhausts & 4 sets of markings allow you to make each possible combination.
Includes 1 commander figure, Tamiya’s first WWII French military figure.
Comes with color guide to painting 3 different camouflage patterns.
Tow-chain made of metal.75mm gun is moveable.
Turret hatch may be depicted open or closed.
Movable suspension allows ultra realistic depiction of tracks interacting with terrain features.