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Unimax Forces of Valor Ambulances

Unimax Forces of Valor Ambulances

Produced in the Orient, Unimax' Forces of Valor line represents a brand new range of high quality diecast metal vehicles, aircraft, dioramas and figures. All of the vehicles feature working parts that include rotating turrets, elevating guns, movable tracks and, where applicable, swing away side armor panels.

Composition of each vehicle is approximately 85% diecast metal and 15% plastic, with most of the plastic embedded in the base of the vehicle. Also features true wire-whip antennas and metal machine guns.

These vehicles are absolutely first rate and come packaged with an array of battlefield accessories that include bed rolls, jerry cans, ammo crates, entrenching utensils, and other equipment, not to mention several figures. Most vehicles feature opening hatches, detachable parts and distressed weathering effects to the vehicle's exterior to give them a more battle hardened appearance. Note: All figures are pre-painted and made of plastic.

#UNI80062 - 1st Issue: US Army Dodge WC54 Ambulance - 316th Medical Battalion, 91st Infantry Division, Normandy, 1944 [D-Day Commemorative Packaging] (1:32 Scale)

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German VW-82 Kubelwagen Ambulance - Unidentified Unit, Holland, 1944
5th Issue: German VW-82 Kubelwagen Ambulance - Unidentified Unit, Holland, 1944 (1:32 Scale)
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Built by Volkswagen, the simple yet reliable Kubelwagen ("bucket car") was the German equivalent of the American Jeep. This nimble four-seater, based on Ferdinand Porsche's original "People's Car" design of the 1930's, used the same rear-mounted, aircooled engine to drive the rear wheels. Some models mounted an MG 42 machine gun behind the front passenger seat, giving the Kubelwagen a nasty bite.
German Opel 4x4 Ambulance - Unidentified Unit, France, 1940
1st Issue: German Opel 4x4 Ambulance - Unidentified Unit, France, 1940 (1:32 Scale)
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The 3-ton Opel "Blitz" truck was the Wehrmacht's principal general-purpose truck during the Second World War. The engine was a water-cooled, straight-six OHV gasoline unit of 3.6 liters that was fueled by a 21.6 gallon gasoline tank situated under the driver's seat. This particular vehicle comes in a desert camouflage scheme.
US Army Dodge WC54 Ambulance - 316th Medical Battalion, 91st Infantry Division, Normandy, France, 1944 [D-Day Commemorative Packaging]
1st Issue: US Army Dodge WC54 Ambulance - 316th Medical Battalion, 91st Infantry Division, Normandy, France, 1944 [D-Day Commemorative Packaging] (1:32 Scale)
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The Dodge WC54 3/4 Ton, supply catalog designation G502, was a WC series 4x4 light truck developed during World War II which served as the main ambulance vehicle used by the US army from 1942 to 1945, with some used as late as 1953 during the Korean War by the U.S. Army Medical Corps, and others serving as late as the 1960s in the armies of some European countries. At times, several were also used by the US Signal Corps as radio vans.
US Army Dodge WC54 Ambulance - 316th Medical Battalion, 91st Infantry Division, Normandy, France, 1944 [D-Day Commemorative Packaging]
2nd Issue: US Army Dodge WC54 Ambulance - 316th Medical Battalion, 91st Infantry Division, Normandy, France, 1944 [D-Day Commemorative Packaging] (1:32 Scale)
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The Dodge WC54 3/4 Ton, supply catalog designation G502, was a WC series 4x4 light truck developed during World War II which served as the main ambulance vehicle used by the US army from 1942 to 1945, with some used as late as 1953 during the Korean War by the U.S. Army Medical Corps, and others serving as late as the 1960s in the armies of some European countries. At times, several were also used by the US Signal Corps as radio vans.
   
 
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