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New - Remastered WC-51

Brent Dietrich New Product Preview New Releases

New CAD for the WC-51 light truck and variants.  Another one of our popular models getting reworked in CAD to create a multi media (resin and metal) kit.  

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the Sig33 gets the CAD treatment

Brent Dietrich

the Sig33 gets the CAD treatment

We've remastered the SIG33 model in CAD, and it's on the way to being cast.  Look for it to appear in the web store very soon.   Part load out of the new kit.  The superstructure (light blue) will be modular, allowing the hull to be used for a number of other kits, including the SU76i and Panzer IIIJ.SU76i Part load out  Panzer IIIJ  

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1:56 Panzer E50M project

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1:56 Panzer E50M project

Another personal project.  The Panzer E50M: There will be options for both front and rear drive, as well as the turrets for both the E50 and E50M.If there is enough interest..this tank will make the Company B lineup.  Right now it will be a limited run kit: Parts printed and ready to mold!     This model is now released. Thank you to all those who pre-ordered the full set. A retail version of the standard version only and an add-on set for the alternate turret will be available in May.  

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Fame and Glory, Lafayette Pool's M4A1 "In The Mood"

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Fame and Glory, Lafayette Pool's M4A1 "In The Mood"

Lafayette G. Pool was an American tank-crew and tank-platoon commander and US tank ace, credited with 12 confirmed tank kills and 258 total armoured vehicle kills. Pool and his crews combat career covered only 81 days in action from June 27 to his being injured on September, 15 1944. Pool named his tanks "In The Mood", all three being M4A1 sherman's with the 76mm gun.  This Fame and Glory release depicts Pools Sherman as it appeared right around July 1944, during Operation Cobra.The kit includes decals, Pool miniature, hedge cutter, and stowage.

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Alamo Scouts 10 figure set

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Alamo Scouts 10 figure set

General MacArthur was dissatisfied with the intelligence he was receiving from Naval Intelligence.  He ordered General Krueger, Commander of the U.S. Sixth Army Alamo Force, to create an all-volunteer elite unit consisting of small teams which could operate deep behind enemy lines. Their primary mission was to gather intelligence on the enemy's troop numbers, unit types, and locations. Volunteers were recruited from within the 6th Army and training comprised a rigorous six-week program including: Rubber Boat Handling, Intelligence Gathering, Scouting & Patrolling, Navigation, Communications, Weapons, and Physical Conditioning.  Approximately thirty percent of the graduates were retained as Alamo Scouts.  The Alamo...

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