CD100 Cromwell Tank
The Cromwell was a British designed Medium Tank, well armoured, armed with a 75mm gun and very fast and mobile. First used in Normandy 1944.
£7.25
CD100A Cromwell C S
The Cromwell CS was the same as the standard Cromwell however it was armed with a 95mm Howitzer better suited to bunker busting and anti infantry work.
£7.25
CD101 Churchill Mk VII Tank
The Churchill VII was a heavily armoured tank, the mark VII had a 75mm gun and armour thicker than even the Tiger tank!
£7.25
CD101A Churchill VIII
The Churchill VIII was a howitzer version of the mk VII with a 95mm Howitzer and a redesigned turret.
£7.25
CD101B Churchill "Crocodile"
The Churchill Crocodile comes with a fearsome hull mounted flamethrower as well as the usual turret armament of the Churchill, many troops would surrender at the arrival of these fearsome beasts!
£9.25
CD103A M9A1 Halftrack
£7.25
CD104 6pdr A.T. Guns. 1x Limbered, 2x Firing
The 6 pounder was used throughout the war, and was based off the US 57mm, in the early and mid war, this was the bane of Axis tank crews. 1 Limbered, 2 firing
£6.50
CD104A 17pdr A.T. Guns. 1x Limbered, 1x Firing
The 17 pounder was one of the best anti armour guns of WW2, seeing use from 1943 and was capable of disabling even the most heavily armoured Axis vehicle
£6.50
CD105 Sherman Firefly Tank
The Sherman was upgunned in this heavily redesigned Sherman, with a new engine layout and turret to allow for the British armies most powerful AT gun to be mounted.
£7.25
CD107 Jeeps (x3)
The Jeep was an essentual part of the Allied War effort with over 600,000 produced. Loved by its crews for its reliability and acting as battle taxi in all warzones.
£6.50
CD107A Airborne Jeeps (x3)
Stripped down for use in gliders the Jeep saw extensive use in the airborne units and was just as useful and reliable.
£6.50
CD114 Grant Tank
£7.25
CD115 1 Crusader Mk I
£7.25
CD115A Crusader Mk II
£7.25
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