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#HG5301 - US M41A3 Walker Bulldog Light Tank - Unidentified Unit, 1950s (1:72 Scale)








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US M5A1 Stuart Light Tank - "Mickey Georgiana," Unknown unit, Normandy, 1944 US M5A1 Stuart Light Tank - "Mickey Georgiana," Unknown unit, Normandy, 1944 (1:72 Scale)

The M5 Stuart light tank made its debut in the invasion of Casablanca in French North Africa. By 1943, and at the time of the invasion of Sicily, the upgraded M5A1 was becoming the standard light tank of the American armored divisions.

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US M5A1 Stuart Light Tank - 92nd Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, Germany, January 1945 US M5A1 Stuart Light Tank - 92nd Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, Germany, January 1945 (1:72 Scale)

The M5 Stuart light tank made its debut in the invasion of Casablanca in French North Africa. By 1943, and at the time of the invasion of Sicily, the upgraded M5A1 was becoming the standard light tank of the American armored divisions.

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US 75 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M8 Tank - Unidentified Unit, European Theatre of Operations, 1944-'45 US 75 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M8 Tank - Unidentified Unit, European Theatre of Operations, 1944-'45 (1:72 Scale)

The 75 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M8, sometimes known as the M8 Scott, was a self-propelled howitzer vehicle of the United States developed during the Second World War.

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Austrian M41A3 Walker Bulldog Light Tank Austrian M41A3 Walker Bulldog Light Tank (1:72 Scale)

The M41 Walker Bulldog was a U.S. light tank developed to replace the M24 Chaffee. It was named for General Walton Walker who died in a jeep accident in Korea. On November 5th, 1950, the US Ordnance Committee Minutes (OCM) issued item #33476, redesignating the heavy, medium, and light tank, according to the armament; the 120mm (heavy) Gun Tanks, 90mm (medium) Gun Tanks, and the 76mm (light) Gun tanks.

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US M5A1 Stuart Light Tank - "Diana," 70th Tank Battlaion (Light), Rabat, Morocco, July 1943 US M5A1 Stuart Light Tank - "Diana," 70th Tank Battlaion (Light), Rabat, Morocco, July 1943 (1:72 Scale)

The M5 Stuart light tank made its debut in the invasion of Casablanca in French North Africa. By 1943, and at the time of the invasion of Sicily, the upgraded M5A1 was becoming the standard light tank of the American armored divisions.

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US 75 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M8 Tank - 3rd Armored Division, France, August 1944 US 75 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M8 Tank - 3rd Armored Division, France, August 1944 (1:72 Scale)

The 75 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M8, sometimes known as the M8 Scott, was a self-propelled howitzer vehicle of the United States developed during the Second World War.

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Finnish Kliment Voroshilov KV-1E Heavy Tank - 3rd Company, Finnish 1st Tank Brigade, Karelian Isthmus, July 1944 Finnish Kliment Voroshilov KV-1E Heavy Tank - 3rd Company, Finnish 1st Tank Brigade, Karelian Isthmus, July 1944 (1:72 Scale)

Design on the KV-1 heavy tank began in 1938, with the intention that it should be the successor to the T-35 heavy tank. The first models of the KV-1 were field-tested during the Red Army's disastrous 1940 campaign in Finland.

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Russian T-55A Main Battle Tank - Soviet Naval Infantry, Ethiopia, 1980 Russian T-55A Main Battle Tank - Soviet Naval Infantry, Ethiopia, 1980 (1:72 Scale)

The T-54 and T-55 main battle tanks were the Soviet Union's replacements for the World War II era T-34 tank. The T-54/55 tank series is the most produced in the world, and very widely employed, especially by former client states of the Soviet Union.

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Cuban T-55A Main Battle Tank - Cuba, 1970s Cuban T-55A Main Battle Tank - Cuba, 1970s (1:72 Scale)

The T-54 and T-55 main battle tanks were the Soviet Union's replacements for the World War II era T-34 tank. The T-54/55 tank series is the most produced in the world, and very widely employed, especially by former client states of the Soviet Union.

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US M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - Unknown Unit, Oran, Algeria, 1943 US M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - Unknown Unit, Oran, Algeria, 1943 (1:72 Scale)

Nicknamed the 'Priest' by British crews because of its pulpit-shaped machine-gun turret at the front, the M7 grew from US experience with howitzers mounted on half-tracked vehicles. The War Department soon realized that a fully tracked carriage was required, and the M3 tank was modified to fill the role.

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US M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - 34th Division, Rabat, Morocco, 1943 US M7 HMC Priest Self-Propelled Gun - 34th Division, Rabat, Morocco, 1943 (1:72 Scale)

Nicknamed the 'Priest' by British crews because of its pulpit-shaped machine-gun turret at the front, the M7 grew from US experience with howitzers mounted on half-tracked vehicles. The War Department soon realized that a fully tracked carriage was required, and the M3 tank was modified to fill the role.

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USMC LVT(A)-2 'Water Buffalo' Amtank Amphibious Vehicle - B Company, 2nd Amtrac Battalion, Saipan, 1944 USMC LVT(A)-2 'Water Buffalo' Amtank Amphibious Vehicle - B Company, 2nd Amtrac Battalion, Saipan, 1944 (1:72 Scale)

The Landing Vehicle Tracked (LVT) was a class of amphibious vehicles introduced by the United States Navy, Marine Corps and Army during World War II.

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US M151A2 'MUTT' Military Utility Tactical Truck - 3rd Armored Division, "Convoy Follows" US M151A2 'MUTT' Military Utility Tactical Truck - 3rd Armored Division, "Convoy Follows" (1:48 Scale)

The M151 Military Utility Tactical Truck (M151 MUTT) was the successor to the Korean War M38 and M38A1 jeep Light Utility Vehicles. Commonly referred to as a "jeep" or "quarter-ton", it was produced from 1959 through 1982 and served in the Vietnam War.

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