Track, British (Friulmodel)



Aftermarket working metal track links for my British vehicles, in 1/35 scale.

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Cromwell, Mk.IV ATL-43
Crusader ATL-69
Comet ATL-90


Valentine ATL-32
Matilda, Mk.II ATL-71
Matilda, Mk.III/IV ATL-72


Centurion ATL-65 ATL-135
Challenger 1 ATL-81
Chieftain ATL-101


Churchill ATL-60


Archer ATL-113
Bishop ATL-32

Source: Friulmodel

Russian Medium Tank, T-55A (Tamiya)

This is the Tamiya 35 257-3000 kit in 1/35 scale, of the ‘Russian Medium Tank, T-55A’.

Russian Medium Tank, T-55A


T-55 production began in 1958, as opposition between western countries and the Soviet Union grew. It was easy to produce and featured an oblique front hull wall, a compact hull and a semi-spherical turret to limit vulnerability. The T-55 was also well armed with a 100mm main gun.

In the early 60’s, the T-55A with anti-radiation internal liner and anti-radiation cover on the tank commander cupola was developed. T-55 and T-55A were also license built by Czechoslovakia and Poland and some received various improved equipment resulting in many sub-types.

T-55 production continued until the late 70’s and equipped the armies of over 40 countries. It was used in various wars such as the Middle-East Wars and the Gulf War and is still in service today in some countries.

Source: Tamiya website


Where I got it

  • Hobbymesse 2012

Russian Medium Tank, T-62 A (Tamiya)

This is the Tamiya 35 108-1800 kit in 1/35 scale, of the ‘Russian Medium Tank, T-62 A’.

Russian Medium Tank, T-62 A


The T-62 tank has many similarities to the T54/55, both in external shape and mechanism. It made its first official appearance in the victory parade to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the victory over Germany on May 9th 1965.
Source: Tamiya website


Where I got it

  • Hobbymesse 2012

German JagdPanzer IV, Ausf. F (Italeri)

This is the Italeri 6488 kit in 1/35 scale, of the ‘German JagdPanzer IV, Ausf. F’.

German JagdPanzer IV, Ausf. F


The JagdPanzer Mark IV self-propelled tank-killer was built on the chassis of the Pz.Kpw.IV, one of the most efficient and widely used German tanks of the Second World War.

Characterised by a low profile, the Mark IVs were produced in their hundreds, steadily being improved and fitted with better weaponry such as the long-barrelled 7.5 cm gun that made it a match for any Allied tank.

Source: Italeri website


German JagdPanzer IV L/48 (Dragon)

This is the Dragon 9145 kit in 1/35 scale, of the ‘German JagdPanzer IV L/48’.

German JagdPanzer IV


The Jagdpanzer IV, Sd.Kfz.162, was a tank destroyer based on the Panzer IV chassis built in three main variants.

As one of the casemate-style turretless Jagdpanzer (tank destroyer, literally “hunting tank”) designs, it was developed against the wishes of Heinz Guderian, the inspector general of the Panzertruppen, as a replacement for the Sturmgeschütz III (StuG III). Guderian objected against the needless, in his eyes, diversion of resources from Panzer IV tank production, as the Stug III and Sturmgeschütz IV were still more than adequate for their role.

Officially, only the L/48-armed vehicle was named Jagdpanzer IV. The L/70-armed vehicle was named Panzer IV/70.

Source: Wikipedia


Where I got it