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Unimax Forces of Valor Jeeps

Unimax Forces of Valor Jeeps

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.

#UNI81008 - 4th Issue: US Willys-Overland Jeep with Trailer - Unidentified Unit, Normandy, 1944 [D-Day Commemorative Packaging] (1:32 Scale)

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US Willys-Overland Jeep - 82nd Airborne Division All-American, Normandy, 1944
1st Issue: US Willys-Overland Jeep - 82nd Airborne Division "All-American", Normandy, 1944 (1:32 Scale)
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Developed by the Quartermaster Corps, the jeep and other motor transport vehicles were transferred to the Ordnance Department in August 1942. Despite its lightweight, the jeep could perform a variety of functions, including towing a 37mm antitank gun over a 7% grade.
US Willys-Overland Jeep - 11th Armored Division, Battle of the Bulge, 1944
2nd Issue: US Willys-Overland Jeep - 11th Armored Division, Battle of the Bulge, 1944 (1:32 Scale)
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Developed by the Quartermaster Corps, the jeep and other motor transport vehicles were transferred to the Ordnance Department in August 1942. Despite its lightweight, the jeep could perform a variety of functions, including towing a 37mm antitank gun over a 7% grade.
US Willys-Overland Jeep - Unidentified Unit, Normandy, 1944 [D-Day Commemorative Packaging]
5th Issue: US Willys-Overland Jeep - Unidentified Unit, Normandy, 1944 [D-Day Commemorative Packaging] (1:32 Scale)
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Developed by the Quartermaster Corps, the jeep and other motor transport vehicles were transferred to the Ordnance Department in August 1942. Despite its lightweight, the jeep could perform a variety of functions, including towing a 37mm antitank gun over a 7% grade.
US Willys-Overland Jeep w/ Trailer - Unidentified Unit, Normandy, 1944 [D-Day Commemorative Packaging]
4th Issue: US Willys-Overland Jeep with Trailer - Unidentified Unit, Normandy, 1944 [D-Day Commemorative Packaging] (1:32 Scale)
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List Price: $54.99
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Developed by the Quartermaster Corps, the jeep and other motor transport vehicles were transferred to the Ordnance Department in August 1942. Despite its lightweight, the jeep could perform a variety of functions, including towing a 37mm antitank gun over a 7% grade.
US Willys-Overland Jeep - 82nd Airborne Division All-American, Normandy, 1944 [D-Day Commemorative Packaging]
3rd Issue: US Willys-Overland Jeep - 82nd Airborne Division "All-American", Normandy, 1944 [D-Day Commemorative Packaging] (1:32 Scale)
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List Price: $54.99
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Developed by the Quartermaster Corps, the jeep and other motor transport vehicles were transferred to the Ordnance Department in August 1942. Despite its lightweight, the jeep could perform a variety of functions, including towing a 37mm antitank gun over a 7% grade.
   
 
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