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Corgi Limited Edition Diecast Military Vehicles Series

Corgi Limited Edition Diecast Military Vehicles Series

Taking a magnifying glass to the incredible variety of armored vehicles, tanks and transporters that were used during the Second World War, Corgi is bringing to the collector a new level of detail and accuracy unseen before on diecast scale models of this era.

The World War II Heroes Series will become a mark of the highest caliber with each new range released. The meticulous attention to detail features working aspects to the model where appropriate, highly specific livery details, realistic-looking weathering and battle scarring, and, in some instances, unique and innovative features of the vehicles are also included. Each limited edition model has a numbered certificate and all models are presented in superb display packaging.

#US51023 - Limited Edition US M4A3E8 Sherman Medium Tank - Lt. Colonel Creighton Abrams, "Thunderbolt VII", 37th Tank Battalion, 4th Armored Division, Germany, 1945 (1:50 Scale)

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Limited Edition US M4A3E8 Sherman Medium Tank - Lt. Colonel Creighton Abrams, Thunderbolt VII, 37th Tank Battalion, 4th Armored Division, Germany, 1945
Limited Edition US M4A3E8 Sherman Medium Tank - Lt. Colonel Creighton Abrams, "Thunderbolt VII", 37th Tank Battalion, 4th Armored Division, Germany, 1945 (1:50 Scale)
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By all accounts, the M4 Sherman medium tank was regarded as the workhorse of the US Army during World War II. In fact, virtually all of the Allied armies employed the Sherman in their armed forces, including the British, who developed an upgunned variant called the "Firefly". Eleven different US plants manufactured six basic models of the Sherman, and by June 1944 over 49,234 battle-ready vehicles had been produced.
   
 
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