New Items - British Tanks 28mm 1/48 Scale

Welcome to our Range of 1/48 Scale British Tanks

   

Valentine - 28mm 1/48 Scale

The Valentine tank was a infantry tank produced in the United Kingdom during the second world war. More than 8,000 of the type were produced in 11 different marks plus various purpose-built variants, accounting for approximately a quarter of wartime British tank production.

Supplied unpainted - £23

   

Sherman V - 28mm 1/48 Scale

The Sherman V (M4A4) was the most common Sherman available to the British Armoured Divisions (while the Independant Armoured Brigades mostly had Sherman III) during the D-Day landings.

Supplied unpainted - £23

   

Sherman Firefly - 28mm 1/48 Scale

The Sherman Firefly was a World War II British variant of the American Sherman tank, fitted with the powerful British 17 pounder anti-tank gun as its main weapon. The Sherman Firefly became the most common vehicle with the 17 pounder in World War II.

Supplied unpainted - £23

   

Honey - 28mm 1/48 Scale

The name General Stuart or Stuart given by the British comes from the American Civil War. In British service, it also had the unofficial nickname of Honey after a tank driver remarked "She's a honey".

Supplied Unpainted = £23

   

M3 Grant

The Medium Tank M3 was an American tank used during World War II. In Britain the tank was called by two names based on the turret configuration. Tanks employing US pattern turrets were called the "General Lee", named after Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Variants using British pattern turrets were known as "General Grant", named after U.S. General Ulysses S. Grant.

Supplied unpainted - £25

   

Vickers Light Tank VB - 28mm 1/48 Scale

 Like many of its predecessors, the Mark VI was used by the British Army to perform imperial policing duties in British India and other colonies in the British Empire, a role for which it and the other Vickers-Armstrongs light tanks were found to be well suited.

Supplied Unpainted = £23

   

Sexton - 28mm 1/48 Scale

The 25pdr SP, tracked, Sexton was a self-propelled artillery vehicle of World War II, based on an American tank hull design, built by Canada for the British Army, and associated Commonwealth forces, and some of the other Allies. It was developed to give the British Army a mobile artillery gun using their Ordnance QF 25 pounder gun-howitzer. From 1943 it replaced the US built M7 Priest (US 105 mm guns on a M3 Lee tank chassis); these had replaced the British Bishop (25 pdr on Valentine tank chassis) which had been improvised in 1942.

Supplied Unpainted = £27

   
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Matilda II - 28mm 1/48 Scale

The Infantry Tank Mark II sometimes referred to as Matilda II or Matilda senior by General Staff Specification A12,Waltzing Matilda or simply an 'I' tank was a British infantry tank of the Second World War. It served from the start of the war to its end and became particularly associated with the North Africa Campaign.

Supplied Unpainted = £12.50

   

Vickers Light Tank VC - 28mm 1/48 Scale

 Like many of its predecessors, the Mark VI was used by the British Army to perform imperial policing duties in British India and other colonies in the British Empire, a role for which it and the other Vickers-Armstrongs light tanks were found to be well suited.

Supplied Unpainted = £23

   

Vickers Light Tank VB with skirts- 28mm 1/48 Scale

 Like many of its predecessors, the Mark VI was used by the British Army to perform imperial policing duties in British India and other colonies in the British Empire, a role for which it and the other Vickers-Armstrongs light tanks were found to be well suited.

Supplied Unpainted = £23

   

Vickers Light Tank VC with skirts- 28mm 1/48 Scale

 Like many of its predecessors, the Mark VI was used by the British Army to perform imperial policing duties in British India and other colonies in the British Empire, a role for which it and the other Vickers-Armstrongs light tanks were found to be well suited.

Supplied Unpainted = £23

   

M9/M5 Halftrack - 28mm 1/48 Scale

Same as the M5, with stowage arranged as in the M2 halftrack, with access to radios from inside (as opposed to outside) and rear doors, plus pedestal MG mount.

Supplied Unpainted = £23

   

Churchill MK4 - 28mm 1/48 Scale

The Mk IV Churchill was a heavy British infantry tank used in the Second World War, best known for its heavy armour, large longitudinal chassis with all-around tracks with multiple bogies, and its use as the basis of many specialist vehicles. It was one of the heaviest Allied tanks of the war.

Supplied Unpainted = £27

   

25 Pdr QF with Morris C8 Quad MK1 - 28mm 1/48 Scale

The kit includes both the Quad and 25pdr gun

Supplied Unpainted = £45.00

   

25 Pdr QF with & without Muzzle Brake - 1/48 Scale

The QF 25-pdr is the result of studies to replace both the field gun Ordnance QF 18 pounderhowitzer and 4.5 inch QF 4.5, which had been the main British field artillery pieces during the First World War. Mk 2 version look Mk1, also had a charge “Super” in a different cartridge. An additional charge to the Super charge was introduced in 1942 to increase the initial rate for anti-tank fire. Thereafter, the additional load was used with loads 2 and 3 shots with significant increases. The use of Super increased load necessitated the addition of a muzzle brake. 

Supplied Unpainted = £23

   

Morris C8 Quad MK1 - 28mm 1/48 Scale

The Morris Commercial C8 FAT (Field Artillery Tractor) commonly known as a Quad was an artillery tractor of the British and Commonwealth forces during World War II. It was used to tow field artillery pieces, such as the 25 pounder gun-howitzer, and anti-tank guns, such as the 17 pounder.All Mk Is and approximately the first 3,000 Mk IIs had a "beetle back" body.

Supplied Unpainted = £25

   

Valentine Mk 3- 28mm 1/48 Scale

Modifications to the turret design - moving the front turret plate forward and a larger rear bulge, this gave room for the addition of a dedicated loader to ease the duties of the commander.The side armour was reduced from 60 mm to 50 mm to save weight.

Supplied Unpainted = £23

   

AEC Armoured Car MK 3 - 28mm 1/48 Scale

AEC tried to build an armoured car with firepower and protection comparable to those of contemporary tanks. The first version carried a Valentine Mk II turret with 2 pounder gun. Subsequent versions received more powerful armament - a 6 pounder or a 5 mm gun. The vehicle also carried two machine guns, smoke grenades discharger and No. 19 radio set.

Supplied Unpainted = £23

   

Cromwell - 28mm 1/48 Scale

The Cromwell first saw action in the Battle of Normandy in June 1944. The tank equipped the armoured reconnaissance regiments of the Royal Armoured Corps, in the 7th Armoured Division, 11th Armoured Division and the Guards Armoured Division. While the armoured regiments of the latter two divisions were equipped with M4 Shermans, the armoured regiments of the 7th Armoured Division were equipped with Cromwell tanks.

Supplied Unpainted = £23

 

 
 
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