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Autoart 1/18 Willys Jeep Army Green With Trailer Acces. Autoart 1/18 Willys Jeep Army Green With Trailer Acces.
$389.99
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Autoart 1/18 Willys Jeep Army Green With Trailer Acces.
BRITAINS SIR WILLIAM PHILIP BRITAINS SIR WILLIAM PHILIP
$6.99
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BRITAINS SIR WILLIAM PHILIP
Dragon 1/72 Pz.Kpfw.III Ausf. Dragon 1/72 Pz.Kpfw.III Ausf.
$43.99
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Dragon 1/72 Pz.Kpfw.III Ausf.
Dragon 1/72 5.5cm Zwilling Flakpanzer Germany 1945 DA 60593 Dragon 1/72 5.5cm Zwilling Flakpanzer Germany 1945 DA 60593
$43.99
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Dragon 1/72 5.5cm Zwilling Flakpanzer Germany 1945
Dragon 1/72 Berge-Panther mit Pz.Kpfw.IV Turm. sPz.Abt.653 DA 60664 Dragon 1/72 Berge-Panther mit Pz.Kpfw.IV Turm. sPz.Abt.653 DA 60664
$51.99
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Dragon 1/72 Berge-Panther mit Pz.Kpfw.IV Turm. sPz.Abt.653
Dragon 1/72 Churchhill MK.III Dieppe 1942 DA 60419 Dragon 1/72 Churchhill MK.III Dieppe 1942 DA 60419
$53.99
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Description

The Churchill infantry tank is a most distinctive design with its extremely long chassis and wraparound tracks. Named after the British Minister of Defence of the time, the Churchill tank was very well armored. It was produced in a series of versions that offered heavier armor and more powerful armament as the war progressed. The Mk.III, weighing in at 39,626kg, arrived on the scene in March 1942. It featured a 6-pounder gun in the all-welded turret, and the hull-mounted howitzer fitted in previous variants was deleted. The Churchill Mk.III was famously involved in the failed landing at Dieppe in northern France on 19 August 1942. The raid landed more than 3,600, mostly Canadian, soldiers, of which 60% were killed, wounded or captured. This item represents a Churchill Mk.III of the type that went ashore at Dieppe, which has an extended exhaust pipes for deep wading.

Dragon 1/72 Churchill Mk.III Tunisia 1943 DA 60569 Dragon 1/72 Churchill Mk.III Tunisia 1943 DA 60569 save
$36.99
$18.00
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Description

The Churchill infantry tank is a most distinctive design with its extremely long chassis and wraparound tracks. Named after the British minister of defense of the time, the Churchill tank was very well armored. It was produced in a series of versions that offered thicker armor and more powerful armament as the war progressed. The Mk.III, weighing in at 39,626kg, arrived on the scene in March 1942. It featured a 6-pounder gun in the all-welded turret, and the hull-mounted howitzer fitted in previous variants was deleted. Its baptism of fire was in the Second Battle of El Alamein in October 1942, plus the Mk.III was also famously involved in the failed landing at Dieppe in northern France.

Dragon 1/72 Churchill Mk.IV A Sqd North Irish Horse 1943 DA 60503 Dragon 1/72 Churchill Mk.IV A Sqd North Irish Horse 1943 DA 60503
$36.99
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Description

The Churchill, referred to officially as the Tank, Infantry, Mk IV (A22), was named after the British prime minister at the time of its design in WWII. The tank was heavily armored and it featured a long chassis with long track runs that enabled it to cross difficult terrain. The first Churchills were hastily churning off Vauxhall production lines in June 1941, within a year of the tanks design in the aftermath of the humiliating Allied defeat in Europe. Various improvements occurred, with the Churchill Mk IV variant featuring a cast turret instead of the all-welded turret found on the visually similar Mk III. Its main armament was a QF 6 pounder gun. Weighing in at approximately 40 tonnes, the Churchill had a particularly slow top speed. The Mk IV was the most numerically common model of the Churchill, with 1,622 tanks produced.

Dragon Armor is offering a fantastic 1/72 scale rendition of the Churchill Mk IV. The accurate miniature model depicts a tank from A Squadron of the North Irish Horse serving in Tunisia in 1943. The North Irish Horse of the British Army landed in Algiers in February 1943 as part of Operation Torch. One of the famous battles was when the unit’s Churchills climbed unscalable heights at Djebel Rhar and helped overcome Afrika Korps troops there. The models finished in an unusual, but typical of the period, coat of khaki brown paint. This color was known officially as Standard Camouflage Colour 2 (S.C.C. No.2) and the vehicle still carries its ship movement stencils. For modelers wishing to strengthen their British tank regiments, this North African Churchill is a must-have item!

Case Pack: 24 pieces per carton 

Dragon 1/72 Ersatz M10 Panzer Brigade 150 Belgium 44 DA 60649 Dragon 1/72 Ersatz M10 Panzer Brigade 150 Belgium 44 DA 60649
$43.99
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Overview

Ultimate Armor series is a new line-up of Dragon Armor, featuring unusual and rare vehicle types such as the Ersatz M10. These unique items will cater to the demands of discerning collectors. More rare fighting-vehicles will be come up soon. Stay tuned!

One of Germany’s last desperate gambles of WWII was its offensive in the Ardennes on 16 December 1944. Known today as the Battle of Bulge, the aim was to split British and American forces in half and drive all the way to Antwerp. Panzer Brigade 150 had a role in this plan. This formation was supposed to create surprise and confusion with clandestine armored vehicles! It included five Panther Ausf.G tanks physically disguised and painted to resemble U.S. Army M10 tank destroyers. Modifications included removal of the Panther cupola and stowage boxes on the rear of the hull. Sheet metal on the hull front, turret and turret overhang was fabricated to disguise the form of the Panther. The transformation was completed with an olive drab paint scheme and Allied stars painted on the turret and glacis. This handful of vehicles was designated Ersatz (i.e. ‘substitute’) M10.

Dragon 1/72 Flakpanzer 341 mit 2cm Flakvierling Nuremburg 45 DA 60594 Dragon 1/72 Flakpanzer 341 mit 2cm Flakvierling Nuremburg 45 DA 60594
$43.99
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Description

At the start of WWII, the Luftwaffe ruled the skies, but this dominance was gradually overturned as the war progressed. This led to a dire need for more antiaircraft vehicles for ground forces, and early efforts at producing a Flakpanzer centered on the Panzer IV chassis. However, the famous German Panther medium tank was also used as a platform for developmental work, with the Coelian perhaps being the best-known example. In May 1943, a proposed Rheinmetall design showed two pairs of Vierling MG151/20 antiaircraft cannons mounted in a Turm Panther II. This turret was heavily armored and it featured the pairs of cannons offset from each other and mounted at different heights. This early Flakpanzer design never advanced much further…except in terms of Dragon Armor’s superb new 1/72 scale model that shows it in fully finished form and with an intriguing camouflage scheme!

 

Dragon 1/72 German Sd.Kfz.231 (8-Rad) Eastern Front 1942 DA 60599 Dragon 1/72 German Sd.Kfz.231 (8-Rad) Eastern Front 1942 DA 60599
$49.99
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Dragon 1/72 German Sd.Kfz.231 (8-Rad) Eastern Front 1942
Dragon 1/72 IJN Type 2 KA-MI w/ Floating Pontoon (Early) DA 60608 Dragon 1/72 IJN Type 2 KA-MI w/ Floating Pontoon (Early) DA 60608
$53.99
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Description

The “Ka Mi� was the first amphibious tank used by the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN), and it was based on the Type 95 “Ha-Go�light tank. It was designed for Japanese landing forces performing amphibious invasions of Pacific islands and regular port facilities. Production of the Type 2 commenced in 1942 and a total of 184 amphibious tanks were made, although the design was too late to participate in Japan’s island-hopping campaign. When used in water, large pontoons were attached to the glacis plate and rear deck to give it a top speed of 10km/h in water. These pontoons could be shed as soon as the vehicle reached land.

Dragon 1/72 IJN Type 2 KA-MI w/ Floating Pontoon (Late) DA 60610 Dragon 1/72 IJN Type 2 KA-MI w/ Floating Pontoon (Late) DA 60610
$53.99
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Description

The “Ka Mi� was the first amphibious tank used by the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN), and it was based on the Type 95 “Ha-Go�light tank. It was designed for Japanese landing forces performing amphibious invasions of Pacific islands and regular port facilities. Production of the Type 2 commenced in 1942 and a total of 184 amphibious tanks were made, although the design was too late to participate in Japan’s island-hopping campaign. When used in water, large pontoons were attached to the glacis plate and rear deck to give it a top speed of 10km/h in water. These pontoons could be shed as soon as the vehicle reached land.

Dragon 1/72 IJN Type 2 Ka-Mi w/ Floating Pontoon Early Prod DA 60607 Dragon 1/72 IJN Type 2 Ka-Mi w/ Floating Pontoon Early Prod DA 60607
$54.99
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Dragon 1/72 IJN Type 2 Ka-Mi w/ Floating Pontoon Early Prod
Dragon 1/72 Kfz.70 6x4 Personnel Carrier w/ 3.7cm PaK DA 60638 Dragon 1/72 Kfz.70 6x4 Personnel Carrier w/ 3.7cm PaK DA 60638
$39.99
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Description

The Kfz.70 6x4 Truck served throughout WWII after mass production commenced in 1933. Some 7,000 trucks were produced up until 1942 and the vehicle was powered by an air-cooled 3.308-liter flat-four engine. The horizontal engine gave rise to the truck’s distinctive, sharply sloped nose, and also to its nickname “Boxer�. The truck was used for all kinds of purposes, and it was commonly employed for towing light artillery such as the 3.7cm Pak 35/36 antitank cannon. Now Dragon Armor is getting in on the action with a new fully built-up model in a personnel carrier configuration, in which state it was known in German nomenclature as the Kfz.70.

The Kfz.70 6x4 truck is finished in a winter camouflage scheme of white swirled over the panzer gray basecoat. It isn’t known what unit the truck originally stemmed from, but it did serve on the Eastern Front in 1943. The wheels and independent coil spring suspension are masterfully represented, as is the raking hood. To add to the item’s appeal and value, the truck is towing a gray-colored 3.7cm PaK 35/36 anti-tank cannon as well. This 6x4 truck was a workhorse of the German military during WWII, and here Dragon Armor has put it to good use towing a common early-war anti-tank cannon.

Case Pack: 24 pieces per carton

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Autoart 1/18 Willys Jeep Army Green With Trailer Acces.
BRITAINS SIR WILLIAM PHILIP
Dragon 1/72 Pz.Kpfw.III Ausf.
Dragon 1/72 5.5cm Zwilling Flakpanzer Germany 1945
Dragon 1/72 Berge-Panther mit Pz.Kpfw.IV Turm. sPz.Abt.653

Description

The Churchill infantry tank is a most distinctive design with its extremely long chassis and wraparound tracks. Named after the British Minister of Defence of the time, the Churchill tank was very well armored. It was produced in a series of versions that offered heavier armor and more powerful armament as the war progressed. The Mk.III, weighing in at 39,626kg, arrived on the scene in March 1942. It featured a 6-pounder gun in the all-welded turret, and the hull-mounted howitzer fitted in previous variants was deleted. The Churchill Mk.III was famously involved in the failed landing at Dieppe in northern France on 19 August 1942. The raid landed more than 3,600, mostly Canadian, soldiers, of which 60% were killed, wounded or captured. This item represents a Churchill Mk.III of the type that went ashore at Dieppe, which has an extended exhaust pipes for deep wading.

Description

The Churchill infantry tank is a most distinctive design with its extremely long chassis and wraparound tracks. Named after the British minister of defense of the time, the Churchill tank was very well armored. It was produced in a series of versions that offered thicker armor and more powerful armament as the war progressed. The Mk.III, weighing in at 39,626kg, arrived on the scene in March 1942. It featured a 6-pounder gun in the all-welded turret, and the hull-mounted howitzer fitted in previous variants was deleted. Its baptism of fire was in the Second Battle of El Alamein in October 1942, plus the Mk.III was also famously involved in the failed landing at Dieppe in northern France.

Description

The Churchill, referred to officially as the Tank, Infantry, Mk IV (A22), was named after the British prime minister at the time of its design in WWII. The tank was heavily armored and it featured a long chassis with long track runs that enabled it to cross difficult terrain. The first Churchills were hastily churning off Vauxhall production lines in June 1941, within a year of the tanks design in the aftermath of the humiliating Allied defeat in Europe. Various improvements occurred, with the Churchill Mk IV variant featuring a cast turret instead of the all-welded turret found on the visually similar Mk III. Its main armament was a QF 6 pounder gun. Weighing in at approximately 40 tonnes, the Churchill had a particularly slow top speed. The Mk IV was the most numerically common model of the Churchill, with 1,622 tanks produced.

Dragon Armor is offering a fantastic 1/72 scale rendition of the Churchill Mk IV. The accurate miniature model depicts a tank from A Squadron of the North Irish Horse serving in Tunisia in 1943. The North Irish Horse of the British Army landed in Algiers in February 1943 as part of Operation Torch. One of the famous battles was when the unit’s Churchills climbed unscalable heights at Djebel Rhar and helped overcome Afrika Korps troops there. The models finished in an unusual, but typical of the period, coat of khaki brown paint. This color was known officially as Standard Camouflage Colour 2 (S.C.C. No.2) and the vehicle still carries its ship movement stencils. For modelers wishing to strengthen their British tank regiments, this North African Churchill is a must-have item!

Case Pack: 24 pieces per carton 

Description

Overview

Ultimate Armor series is a new line-up of Dragon Armor, featuring unusual and rare vehicle types such as the Ersatz M10. These unique items will cater to the demands of discerning collectors. More rare fighting-vehicles will be come up soon. Stay tuned!

One of Germany’s last desperate gambles of WWII was its offensive in the Ardennes on 16 December 1944. Known today as the Battle of Bulge, the aim was to split British and American forces in half and drive all the way to Antwerp. Panzer Brigade 150 had a role in this plan. This formation was supposed to create surprise and confusion with clandestine armored vehicles! It included five Panther Ausf.G tanks physically disguised and painted to resemble U.S. Army M10 tank destroyers. Modifications included removal of the Panther cupola and stowage boxes on the rear of the hull. Sheet metal on the hull front, turret and turret overhang was fabricated to disguise the form of the Panther. The transformation was completed with an olive drab paint scheme and Allied stars painted on the turret and glacis. This handful of vehicles was designated Ersatz (i.e. ‘substitute’) M10.

Description

At the start of WWII, the Luftwaffe ruled the skies, but this dominance was gradually overturned as the war progressed. This led to a dire need for more antiaircraft vehicles for ground forces, and early efforts at producing a Flakpanzer centered on the Panzer IV chassis. However, the famous German Panther medium tank was also used as a platform for developmental work, with the Coelian perhaps being the best-known example. In May 1943, a proposed Rheinmetall design showed two pairs of Vierling MG151/20 antiaircraft cannons mounted in a Turm Panther II. This turret was heavily armored and it featured the pairs of cannons offset from each other and mounted at different heights. This early Flakpanzer design never advanced much further…except in terms of Dragon Armor’s superb new 1/72 scale model that shows it in fully finished form and with an intriguing camouflage scheme!

 

Dragon 1/72 German Sd.Kfz.231 (8-Rad) Eastern Front 1942

Description

The “Ka Mi� was the first amphibious tank used by the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN), and it was based on the Type 95 “Ha-Go�light tank. It was designed for Japanese landing forces performing amphibious invasions of Pacific islands and regular port facilities. Production of the Type 2 commenced in 1942 and a total of 184 amphibious tanks were made, although the design was too late to participate in Japan’s island-hopping campaign. When used in water, large pontoons were attached to the glacis plate and rear deck to give it a top speed of 10km/h in water. These pontoons could be shed as soon as the vehicle reached land.

Description

The “Ka Mi� was the first amphibious tank used by the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN), and it was based on the Type 95 “Ha-Go�light tank. It was designed for Japanese landing forces performing amphibious invasions of Pacific islands and regular port facilities. Production of the Type 2 commenced in 1942 and a total of 184 amphibious tanks were made, although the design was too late to participate in Japan’s island-hopping campaign. When used in water, large pontoons were attached to the glacis plate and rear deck to give it a top speed of 10km/h in water. These pontoons could be shed as soon as the vehicle reached land.

Dragon 1/72 IJN Type 2 Ka-Mi w/ Floating Pontoon Early Prod

Description

The Kfz.70 6x4 Truck served throughout WWII after mass production commenced in 1933. Some 7,000 trucks were produced up until 1942 and the vehicle was powered by an air-cooled 3.308-liter flat-four engine. The horizontal engine gave rise to the truck’s distinctive, sharply sloped nose, and also to its nickname “Boxer�. The truck was used for all kinds of purposes, and it was commonly employed for towing light artillery such as the 3.7cm Pak 35/36 antitank cannon. Now Dragon Armor is getting in on the action with a new fully built-up model in a personnel carrier configuration, in which state it was known in German nomenclature as the Kfz.70.

The Kfz.70 6x4 truck is finished in a winter camouflage scheme of white swirled over the panzer gray basecoat. It isn’t known what unit the truck originally stemmed from, but it did serve on the Eastern Front in 1943. The wheels and independent coil spring suspension are masterfully represented, as is the raking hood. To add to the item’s appeal and value, the truck is towing a gray-colored 3.7cm PaK 35/36 anti-tank cannon as well. This 6x4 truck was a workhorse of the German military during WWII, and here Dragon Armor has put it to good use towing a common early-war anti-tank cannon.

Case Pack: 24 pieces per carton