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Matchbox Combat Diorama Series

Matchbox Combat Diorama Series


Headquartered in the good old USA, Mattel makes an ever growing array of 1:72 scale military vehicles from WWII. These vehicles go perfect with HO scale layouts and are fashioned after the old 1:72 scale line of military vehicles from CDC Armour. These vehicles feature rotating turrets and rubber tracks.
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US M4A3 Sherman Medium Tank with 105mm Gun "Beach Assault" Diorama
US M4A3 Sherman Medium Tank with 105mm Gun "Beach Assault" Diorama (1:72 Scale)
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The M4 Sherman medium tank was regarded by many 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".
US M4A3 Sherman Medium Tank with 105mm Gun 'Forest Crossing' Diorama
US M4A3 Sherman Medium Tank with 105mm Gun "Forest Crossing" Diorama (1:72 Scale)
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The M4 Sherman medium tank was regarded by many 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".
British Churchill Mk. IV Infantry Tank 'Beach Assault' Diorama
British Churchill Mk. IV Infantry Tank "Beach Assault" Diorama (1:72 Scale)
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The "Churchill" began life as a 1939 requirement that envisaged a return to trench-warfare, and was therefore slow and heavily armored like the Russian KV-1 series. That said, the final Churchill prototype was much lighter than had first been thought acceptable, although it still resembled a World War I tank in appearance.
   
 
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