Self-propelled M42 da75/18

ITALERI

Self-propelled M42 da75/18

The Royal Army, in the years preceding the Second World War, manifested the need to have mechanized artillery units capable of supporting the infantry and armored units. The self-propelled 75/18 was developed on the hull of the medium tank "M", which proved to be the Italian armored vehicle most feared by the allies during the conflict. In fact, thanks to its 75mm howitzer installed in the casemate, it proved to be an effective anti-tank weapon capable of destroying even the most powerful and heavily armored British and American tanks. In addition to its good firepower, far superior to that of the M-13 and M-14 tanks, the "Semovente" was appreciated for its low profile which made it more difficult to spot and its overall good running performance. It was used by the Royal Army in Africa and on the Italian territory and subsequently, confirming its good characteristics, by some departments of the Wermacht after 8 September 1943.
Italian light delivery van

BRONCO MODELS

Italian light delivery van

Produced starting in 1949, the "500 C" was the 100th FIAT car model. To underline the important technical innovations, a makeover of the bodywork was decided to make it more modern; it was later used by many craftsmen thanks to its comfort and compactness while remaining very spacious.
Italian fast tank (Used in Hungary during WWII)

BRONCO MODELS

Italian fast tank (Used in Hungary during WWII)

In 1934, the Hungarian government purchased large quantities of CV-33s from the Italian Army; they modified some with a conning tower housing a 13.2 mm (0.52 in) Breda 38 machine gun, 20 mm (0.79 in) automatic gun, or flamethrower. Others were rearmed with a Czech SPARK 7.92 mm (0.31 in) or Brno ZB vz.26 / ZB vz.30 machine gun. The transaction and delivery were kept secret and the fittings and modifications were made locally. In August 1935, 30 modified CV-33s (designated 37M) were delivered. The second batch arrived in 1936, with 121 CV-35s (38M).
Italian C-1 Ariete MBT 1:35 Trumpeter

TRUMPETER

Italian C-1 Ariete MBT 1:35 Trumpeter

Ram is the standard main battle of the armored formations of the Italian Army. The development of this project saw the collaboration between OTO Melara and FIAT-Iveco with the aim of creating a vehicle with firepower, mobility and modern protection technologies equal to the competition.
French Battle Tank B1 bis tAMIYA 1.35

TAMIYA

French Battle Tank B1 bis tAMIYA 1.35

French tank used during the Second World War. Developed in the early 1920s, it went into production in 1934 to become one of the main equipment of the French army. Known as one of the best armored fighting tanks of its time, the B1 Bis was developed by modifying the previous B1 tank to cope with the increasingly tense situation that led to the outbreak of war. With a 75 mm cannon, an updated engine and reinforced armour, it could finally hold its own against the tanks of the Wehrmacht during the German invasion of May 1940.
FAMO & SD.AH.116 TAMIYA 1:35

TAMIYA

FAMO & SD.AH.116 TAMIYA 1:35

GERMAN 18 TON HEAVY HALF TRACK FAMO AND TANK TRANSPORTER SD.AH.116 TAMIYA DESCRIPTION: Sd.Anh.116 is a German 4-axle trailer from the Second World War. The semi-trailer was put into service in the Wehrmacht in December 1940 and remained there until the end of the war. It was 14.4 m long and 3 m wide and could transport vehicles up to 6.5 meters in length, but the construction of the tow truck also allowed longer vehicles to be transported in exceptional situations. Sd.Anh.116 was developed as a heavy trailer, designed for the transportation of armored vehicles (especially tanks) weighing up to 22-23 tons. Subsequently, the permissible limit was increased to 26 tons. The Sd.Anh.116 tow truck was characterized by an unusual design because its transport part was in fact suspended from two trolleys, the second of which was driven by the driver of the same trolley. Loading and unloading was only possible with the rear bogie disconnected. It is worth adding that the half-track Sd. Kfz. 8 or Sd. Kfz. 9. Sd.Kfz. 9 (it. Sonderkraftfahrzeug 9) was a German half-track of the Second World War. The first prototypes were made in 1936 and series production continued in 1939-1945, ending with the production of approximately 2,500 examples of this vehicle. The drive was provided by a single Maybach HL 108TUKRM engine with 270 hp. Sd.Kfz. 7 had no fixed armament as standard. Sd.Kfz. 9 was originally designed by FAMO as a specialized artillery tractor for heavy and heavy artillery regiments. The first production batches of the car were also quite heavy (almost 20 tons!), But they were highly maneuverable, had excellent off-road mobility and had considerable traction. They also proved to be reliable, mechanical and with few failures. In practice, Sd.Kfz. 9 during World War II was mainly used as a towing and rescue vehicle in field repair units. Its task was to recover its damaged or immobilized tanks or self-propelled vehicles from the battlefield. Two versions of the car were made: Sd.Kfz. 9/1 with crane with a capacity of 6 tons and Sd.Kfz. 9/2 with crane with a capacity of 10 tons. Small quantities of Sd.Kfz. 9 served - apart from the German Army - in the Romanian Armed Forces.
RSO/03 WITH PAK 40 ITALERI 1:35

ITALERI

RSO/03 WITH PAK 40 ITALERI 1:35

RSO/03 WITH PAK 40, THE KIT CONTAINS DECALS FOR 2 VERSIONS, IT DOES NOT CONTAIN FIGURES, THE TANK IS 10.5 CM LONG AND THE CANNON 12.7 CM ITALERI 1:35 SCALE
TIGER I EXEC. E TAMIYA #35216

TAMIYA

TIGER I EXEC. E TAMIYA #35216

Panzerkampfwagen VI TIGER I AUSF. And ( sd.kfz.181), the Tiger was undoubtedly the most powerful German tank of the Second World War, and certainly one of the strongest vehicles of the Second War. TAMIYA scale 1:35 cod.35216
GERMAN 88MM GUNFLAK36/37 TAMIYA

TAMIYA

GERMAN 88MM GUNFLAK36/37 TAMIYA

GERMAN 88MM GUNFLAK36/37 TAMIYA, THE KIT CONTAINS THE GUN, THE MOTORCYCLE, THE FIGURES AS PER PHOTO AND THE SUPPORT MEANS FOR TOWING. THE BOX DOES NOT CONTAIN GLUE OR COLORS
HEAVY TRACTION CAR 18T(SD.KFZ.9) FAMO TAMIYA

TAMIYA

HEAVY TRACTION CAR 18T(SD.KFZ.9) FAMO TAMIYA

SCHWERER ZUGKRAFTWAGEN 18T(SD.KFZ.9) FAMO TAMIYA Sd.Kfz. 9 (Italian Sonderkraftfahrzeug 9) was a German half-track of the Second World War. The first prototypes were built in 1936, and series production continued from 1939 to 1945, ending with the production of approximately 2,500 examples of this vehicle. It was powered by a single 270 hp Maybach HL 108TUKRM engine. Sd.Kfz. 7 had no standard fixed armament. Sd.Kfz. 9 was originally developed at FAMO as a specialized artillery tractor for heavy and heavy artillery regiments. The first production batches of the car were also quite heavy (almost 20 tons!), but they were very maneuverable, had excellent cross-country ability and had a lot of traction. They also proved to be reliable, mechanical and trouble-free. In practice, Sd.Kfz. 9 was mainly used as a towing and rescue vehicle in field repair units during World War II. Their task was to recover their damaged or immobilized tanks or self-propelled guns from the battlefield. Two versions of the car were produced: Sd.Kfz. 9/1 with crane with lifting capacity of 6 tons and Sd.Kfz. 9/2 with crane having a lifting capacity of 10 tons. Small quantities of Sd.Kfz. 9 served - in addition to the Bundeswehr - in the Romanian armed forces.
M1 155MM HOWITZER ITALERI 1:35

ITALERI

M1 155MM HOWITZER ITALERI 1:35

M1 155MM HOWITZER, the box contains an American cannon theater of operations Europe 1944 and 6 figures to assemble and paint ITALERI scale 1:35 code 6581
ITALERI PZ.KPFW. IV AUSF.H - PLASTIC MODEL 6578 SCALE 1:35

ITALERI

ITALERI PZ.KPFW. IV AUSF.H - PLASTIC MODEL 6578 SCALE 1:35

BARRA CANNONE IN METALLO - CINGOLI IN GOMMA INCOLLABILE, IN ATERNATIVA LINK AND LENGHT - DECAL PER 5 VERSIONI - ISTRUZIONI A COLORI 3 FIGURINI INCLUSI Il Panzer IV è stato impiegato, attraverso costanti aggiornamenti, dalla Wehrmacht per tutta la durata della Seconda Guerra Mondiale, rappresentando la “spina dorsale” delle Panzer Division su tutti i fronti operativi Il Panzer IV Ausf. H, costruito dalla metà del 1943, venne migliorato nella sua capacità offensiva con l’adozione del cannone KwK 40 da 75 mm L/48 caratterizzato da una maggiore capacità di penetrazione ed in grado di essere più efficacie contro i mezzi corazzati avversari. Sul carro venne impiegata la soluzione tecnica della Schürzen, protezioni di lamiera aggiuntive sui lati dello scafo ed attorno alla torretta che offrivano una maggiore protezione contro i proiettili nemici affievolendone i danni. L’adozione delle protezioni laterali era spesso collegata all’uso dello Zimmerit, la pasta a base di cemento che veniva applicata sul carro per ridurre la probabilità di essere danneggiato dalle mine magnetiche.
Fiat 508 CM ITALERI Scale 1:35

ITALERI

Fiat 508 CM ITALERI Scale 1:35

Fiat 508 CM ITALERI 1:35 scale The Fiat 508 Balilla is the most famous car produced in Italy in the 1930s. In June 1937 the 508C "new Balilla" was created with a 4-cylinder 1,100 cc engine. The 508C also formed the basis for the creation of vehicles intended for military use such as the Fiat 508 CM “Coloniale”. Characterized by a 2-wheel drive, a length of 3.6 meters and a 1,100cc 4-cylinder engine, capable of delivering 32 HP which allowed it to reach 90 km/h, it was used above all for the mobility of officers and in support of command operations in North Africa. The overall robustness of the vehicle, the oversized tires, and the good structural and mechanical reliability soon made it suitable also for advanced reconnaissance tasks on difficult terrain.