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Unimax Forces of Valor M3 Lee Medium Tanks

Unimax Forces of Valor M3 Lee Medium Tanks

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.

#UNI81311 - 1st Issue: US M3 Lee Medium Tank - 2nd Company, 13th Armored Regiment ("Kentucky"), 1st Armored Division, Tunisia, 1942 (1:32 Scale)

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US M3 Lee Medium Tank - 2nd Company, 13th Armored Regiment (Kentucky), 1st Armored Division, Tunisia, 1942
1st Issue: US M3 Lee Medium Tank - 2nd Company, 13th Armored Regiment ("Kentucky"), 1st Armored Division, Tunisia, 1942 (1:32 Scale)
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Designed as a stopgap measure until the M4 Sherman tank could come on line, the M3 General Grant medium tank saw action in the North African campaign with both US and British forces battling the Afrika Korps. The M3 tank was unusual because it mounted two large caliber weapons in the body of the vehicle.
   
 
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