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Gaso.Line Canadian Military Vehicles

Gaso.Line Canadian Military Vehicles


Gaso.Line has developed an extensive line of diecast and resin military vehicles that, in many instances, marries a chassis from the Solido/Verem line with specially designed resin parts produced by Gaso.Line. All of the vehicles you see here are produced in limited runs, sometimes numbering only a few dozen pieces, making them valuable additions to any military enthusiast's collection. These vehicles are built and imported directly from France, making them hard to come by in the North American marketplace.
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Canadian T17E1 Staghound Armored Car
Canadian T17E1 "Staghound" Armored Car (1:50 Scale)
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In July 1941, after the British experience in North Africa, the US Ordnance Committee gave design specifications for a medium and heavy armored car. Ford developed a 6-wheeled pilot model and Chevrolet a 4-wheeled model in September 1941. On October 15th, 1942, a committee was formed from Armored Force, Cavalry, Tank Destroyer, and Ordnance personnel to consider the armored cars in design or production.
Canadian M4 Sherman Tank with Duplex Drive and Retractable Wading Screen
Canadian M4 Sherman Tank with Duplex Drive and Retractable Wading Screen (1:50 Scale)
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Selected as the Western Allies' standard battle tank in the summer of 1943, the Sherman had been designed in the United States and was produced from February 1942 in several variations. In Canadian armoured formations, it replaced the Canadian-built Ram tank. The 1st Canadian Armoured Brigade was equipped with Shermans in time for the invasion of Sicily in July 1943. These tanks were armed with the standard 75mm gun, although some also mounted a 105mm howitzer.
Canadian RAM II Observation Post Tank
Canadian RAM II Observation Post Tank (1:50 Scale)
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The Canadian Ram Cruiser Tank was a unique Canadian evolution of the American M3 series of medium tanks (Grant/Lee). It had been acknowledged as early as August 1940 that the British would be unable to meet the Canadian requirements for cruiser tanks, and Montreal Locomotive Works (a subsidiary of American Locomotive Co., which was already building tanks) was designated as the Canadian Tank Arsenal.
Canadian RAM II Badger Flamethrower Tank
Canadian RAM II "Badger" Flamethrower Tank (1:50 Scale)
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The Ram tank arose from a Canadian Armoured Corps request, and the prototype was rolled-out by the Montreal Locomotion Works in June 1941. This Canadian built vehicle wed the chassis of the US M3 Grant tank with a modified cast steel hull top that accommodated a locally designed turret capable of a 360° traverse. From late 1941 until July 1943, 50 Ram I and 1,899 Ram II were manufactured.
Canadian Kangaroo Armored Personnel Carrier
Canadian "Kangaroo" Armored Personnel Carrier (1:50 Scale)
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In late 1944, the British Army realized that they needed a great deal of troop carriers to help ferry soldiers deeper into Northwest Europe. One hurried solution was to remove the 105mm howitzer from a standard US M7 Priest self-propelled gun and convert it into a troop carrier. Other modifications that had to be made included the elimination of various stowage bins inside the passenger compartment, the re-positioning of the wireless radio set, removal of the gun mantlet, and an increase to the armor and hull sides so that they were level with the front superstructure.
   
 
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