Update: Here is the final version which has undergone extensive changes since first uploaded on September 16.
Update 2: After review by Rich Clarke from TFL, the crew for a BAR was changed to one man rather then 2.
|First up is a couple of Panthers from Armourfast. Two in a box, so quite cheap.
|The vehicles are somewhat flimsy and under detailed but they are quite reasonable for wargaming and more importantly they are to scale.
|The stowage is added and is from Value Gear an excellent supplier of 1/72 resins extras.
|Next up is a couple of Tiger 1's, these are from Italeri and are their new rapid line for wargamers.
|They really are quite excellent and easily match PSC in quality.
|They also come with decals and I think may work out to be a little cheaper then PSC.
|This Humber Mk II Armoured car was a little tough to find in 1/72.
|This is a Hasegawa Model, I usually stay away from Modeler's Models as there are too many pieces but this was OK and came out quite nicely. Again supplied with decals which is a plus.
|Another Italeri Model, a Sd.Kfz 234 Puma.
|This model was not sold as a fast build, but did have a fast build option. I am really quite impressed with Italeri. They have some very nice models which are well detailed and supplied with nice decals.
|Here is a PSC Sd.Kfz 250/1. This is also a real quality kit with 3 models.
|There are options to build the /1, 7, 9, 10 and 11 versions. really quite impressive.
|Also from PSC is a Marder, another excellent kit.
|Options to build a Panzer 38 and either the Sd.Kfz 138 or 139 versions of the Marder. Troops are included.
|This little chap was the real challenge. The Silver Whistle had listed a Tetrach Light Tank in the British OB.
|I finally found a resin Locust M22 from Planet Models. Nice little model, expensive but I am happy I added it.
|Tiny little tank, transported by glider. Here it is next to a PSC Firefly and it is indeed to scale.