Kubelwagen
£17.00
Kubelwagen
The Kubelwagen was the military version of the Volkswagen and proved a reliable, rugged and much-liked little workhorse that saw action on every front from the start of the war. Although it lacked the four-wheel drive of Allied Jeeps, this...
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US Airborne Jeep (1944-45)
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US Airborne Jeep (1944-45)
In June 1940 the American army asked for a vehicle that could "go-anywhere". The answer was the four-wheel drive Willys MB and the Ford GPW, both models referred to as 'Jeeps'. 630,000 jeeps were produced by the end of the...
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British Airborne Signals Jeep
Communication is imperative within warfare and many personnel have recognised the massive advantage radios can give to coordinating efforts with numerous units. As a result, the Allies Airborne forces have adapted one of their jeeps to have the main function...
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Sd.Kfz 251/16 Flammpanzerwagen
A conversion of the SdKfz 251/1 AusfD with two flame projectors mounted on the sides designated 251/16. The 2 main flame projectors were backed up by the usual shield-mounted MG34 or MG42 and an additional portable (albeit still attached by...
£22.50
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