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Thunderbolt P-47D-30RE 1/48 - MINIART 48023 -15%
SKU MINA48023
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/48
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Thunderbolt P-47D-30RE fighter-bomber aircraft kit (basic kit) in 1/48 scale - Miniart model. - HIGHLY DETAILED MODEL - CAN BE LAID OPEN AND CLOSED - 3 TYPES OF WHEELS INCLUDED - TRANSPARENT PARTS INCLUDED - DECAL SHEET FOR 2 VARIANTS The P-47D-30RE Thunderbolt, also known simply as the P-47D, is a variant of the famous U.S. Republic P-47 Thunderbolt fighter plane used during World War II. Here is some information about it: Development: The P-47D-30RE is one of the most popular variants of the P-47 Thunderbolt, which saw service during World War II. It was one of the most productive versions of the Thunderbolt. Design: The P-47D-30RE maintained the general configuration of the P-47 Thunderbolt, with straight wings and a single-seat cockpit. It was known for its structural strength and ability to withstand combat damage. Engine: It was equipped with a Pratt & Whitney R-2800 Double Wasp radial engine, which provided considerable power and made it one of the fastest aircraft of its era. Armament: The P-47D-30RE was armed with eight 12.7 mm Browning M2 machine guns mounted in the wings. It also had the ability to carry war loads under the wings, such as bombs or rockets. Role: The P-47D-30RE was primarily used as an escort fighter for Allied bombers during air raids in Europe during World War II. It was also used for ground attack and tactical support missions. Production and Use: The P-47D-30RE was produced in large quantities and saw use in various theaters of war, including the European and Pacific Fronts. It was actively employed by the U.S. Air Force and other allied nations. Success: The P-47 Thunderbolt, including its variants such as the P-47D-30RE, was considered one of the most effective fighter aircraft of World War II. It was known for its ability to withstand combat damage and for its effectiveness in escort and ground attack missions. In summary, the P-47D-30RE Thunderbolt was one of the most important and productive variants of the P-47 Thunderbolt, a powerful and versatile fighter successfully used by Allied forces during World War II.

 
 
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StuG III Ausf G 1/72 - MINIART 72101 -15% OFFER
SKU MINA72105
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

StuG III Ausf.G kit March 1943 Alkett Prod. in 1/72 scale - Hasegawa model. - HIGHLY DETAILED MODEL - TRANSPARENT PLASTIC PARTS INCLUDED - PHOTOETCHED PARTS INCLUDED - DECAL SHEET FOR 5 OPTIONS The Sturmgeschütz III (StuG III) Ausf.G was a variant of the StuG III assault combat vehicle, a self-propelled artillery vehicle used by the German Army during World War II. "Ausf.G" is an abbreviation of "Ausführung G," meaning "model G" in German. Here are some characteristics of the StuG III Ausf.G: Role: The StuG III was originally designed as an assault combat vehicle, focused on destroying enemy fortifications and supporting troops during infantry operations. Over the course of the war, modifications and variations were made to the StuG III to adapt it to different roles. Armament: The Ausf.G was armed with a 75 mm StuK 40 L/48 main gun, which was effective against enemy tanks and enemy fortifications. The cannon had a barrel length of 48 calibers. Armor: The armor of the StuG III Ausf.G varied in its thickness, but in general, it was designed to provide protection against the most common enemy weapons of the time. Engine: The StuG III Ausf.G was powered by a Maybach HL 120 TRM gasoline engine that provided the necessary power for the vehicle's mobility. Crew: The crew of the StuG III Ausf.G usually consisted of four members: commander, gunner, pilot and gunner. Production and Use: The StuG III Ausf.G was produced in large numbers and saw use on various fronts during World War II, including the Eastern Front and the Western Front. Its versatility and effectiveness made it one of the German Army's most popular self-propelled vehicles. The StuG III Ausf.G proved its effectiveness in troop support operations and against enemy tanks. Its production was remarkably widespread, and the vehicle continued to be used until the end of the war.

 
26,00 € 22,10

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Refugees - Family of musicians 1/35 - MINIART 38084 -15%
SKU MINA38084
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

Refugees. Family of musicians in 1/35 scale - Miniart Figurine Set. The kit contains models of 2 characters with luggage.

 
15,00 € 12,75

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Street workers 1/35 - MINIART 38081 -15%
SKU MINA38081
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

Road workers in 1/35 scale - Miniart figurine set. The kit contains models of 3 figures, lamppost and ladder.

 
17,00 € 14,45

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Garage Workshop 1/48 - MINIART 49011 -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA49011
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/48
Type: Diorama
Category Kit

Garage Workshop kit in 1/48 scale - Miniart model. The kit includes models of a garage-workshop with tools and accessories.

 
19,00 € 16,15

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British armored car crew 1/35 - MINIART 35387 -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA35387
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

British armored car crew (Special Edition) in 1/35 scale - Miniart figure set. THE BOX CONTAINS MODELS OF FIVE FIGURES WITH WEAPONS AND EQUIPMENT

 
16,00 € 13,60

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GERMAN INDUSTRIAL TRACTOR D8511 - 1/24 - MINIART 24005 -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA24005
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/24
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Civili
Category Kit

GERMAN INDUSTRIAL TRACTOR D8511 MOD. 1936 kit in 1/24 scale - Miniart model. HIGHLY DETAILED MODEL IN DECAL SHEET IN SCALE 1:24 FOR 3 OPTIONS INCLUDED TRANSPARENT PARTS INCLUDED

 
59,00 € 50,15

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T-34/85 - 1/35 - MINIART 37065 -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA37065
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

Soviet tank kit T-34/85 Model 1945 plant. 112 (Interior Kit) in 1/35 scale - Miniart model. - HIGHLY DETAILED PLASTIC MODEL KIT - PHOTOETCHED PARTS INCLUDED - TRANSPARENT PLASTIC PARTS INCLUDED - INDIVIDUAL TRACKS INCLUDED - METAL SURFACES AND WELD LINES ACCURATELY REPRESENTED IN THE MODEL - ALL HATCHES CAN BE MOUNTED IN OPEN OR CLOSED POSITION - COMPLETE INTERIORS ACCURATELY REPRESENTED - DECAL SHEET FOR 7 OPTIONS The T-34/85 Mod. 1945 is a variant of the Soviet T-34 tank, which was one of the most influential and widely used tanks during World War II and beyond. The designation "T-34/85" refers to the changes made to the original T-34 design, with "85" indicating the caliber of the main gun in millimeters. Here are some characteristics of the T-34/85 Mod. 1945: Armament: The T-34/85 Mod. 1945 was equipped with an 85 mm cannon, which was an improvement over the 76.2 mm cannon of previous versions. This new cannon provided the tank with more firepower and anti-tank capabilities. Armor: The armor of the T-34/85 was slightly improved over previous versions, providing greater protection against enemy weapons. Engine: The T-34/85 was powered by a 12-cylinder diesel engine that provided a good combination of power and reliability. Crew: The crew of the T-34/85 usually consisted of four members: commander, gunner, pilot and gunner/radio operator. Production and Use: The T-34/85 version was produced in large numbers and played a significant role in the final stages of World War II, participating in numerous theaters of operation. It remained in service for many years after the war and was used by many nations during the Cold War and beyond. Combat Capabilities: The T-34/85 was prized for its simplicity, reliability and robustness. It was capable of successfully handling a variety of combat situations and contributed significantly to the Soviet Union's victory over Nazi Germany during World War II. The T-34/85 became one of the most iconic tanks in military history and was widely used in various conflicts. Its continued evolution and later variants maintained its relevance for a long period after World War II.

 
85,00 € 72,25

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StuG III Ausf G 1/72 - MINIART 72101 -15% OFFER
SKU MINA72101
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

StuG III Ausf.G Feb 1943 Alkett Prod. kit in 1/72 scale - Hasegawa model.- PE PARTS ARE INCLUDED- 5 DECALCOMANIE OPTIONSThe Sturmgeschütz III (StuG III) Ausf.G was a variant of the StuG III assault combat vehicle, a self-propelled artillery vehicle used by the German Army during World War II. "Ausf.G" is an abbreviation for "Ausführung G," meaning "Model G" in German.Here are some characteristics of the StuG III Ausf.G:Role:The StuG III was originally designed as an assault combat vehicle, focused on destroying enemy fortifications and supporting troops during infantry operations. During the course of the war, modifications and variations were made to the StuG III to adapt it to different roles.Armament:The Ausf.G was armed with a 75 mm StuK 40 L/48 main gun, which was effective against enemy tanks and enemy fortifications. The cannon had a barrel length of 48 calibers.Armor:The StuG III Ausf.G's armor varied in its thickness, but in general, it was designed to provide protection against the most common enemy weapons of the time.Engine:The StuG III Ausf.G was powered by a Maybach HL 120 TRM gasoline engine that provided the power necessary for the vehicle's mobility.Crew:The crew of the StuG III Ausf.G usually consisted of four members: commander, gunner, pilot, and gunner.Production and Use:The StuG III Ausf.G was produced in large numbers and saw use on various fronts during World War II, including the Eastern Front and the Western Front. Its versatility and effectiveness made it one of the most widespread self-propelled vehicles in the German Army.The StuG III Ausf.G proved its effectiveness in troop support operations and against enemy tanks. Its production was remarkably widespread, and the vehicle continued to be used until the end of the war.

 
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Baked goods 1/35 - MINIART 35624 -15% OFFER
SKU MINA35624
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Type: Diorama
Category Kit

Baked goods in 1/35 scale - Miniart Set.The package contains models of baked goods and wooden crates in 1:35 scale.

 
16,00 € 13,60

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Street musicians 1/35 - MINIART 38078 -15%
SKU MINA38078
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Type: Figurini
Period: WWII
Category Figurines

1930s-1940s street musicians in 1/35 scale - Miniart Figurine Set.The kit contains models of 3 characters with musical instruments in 1:35 scale.

 
 
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German Infantrymen Ardennes 1/35 - MINIART 35411 -15%
SKU MINA35411
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

German Chariots (Ardennes 1944) 1/35 scale - Miniart Figurine Set.The kit contains models of 4 characters with weapons and equipment in 1:35 scale.

 
 
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US Army K51 radio truck with trailer 1/35 - MINIART 35418 -15% OFFER
SKU MINA35418
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

U.S. Army K51 radio truck kit with trailer (Interior Kit) 1/35 scale - Miniart model.- HIGHLY DETAILED PLASTIC MODEL KIT - PHOTOETCHED PARTS INCLUDED- CLEAR PLASTIC PARTS INCLUDED- DECAL SHEET FOR 5 OPTIONS- K-52 TRAILER WITH PE-95 CONTROLLER INCLUDED- SCR-299 RADIO SET INCLUDED- DOORS CAN BE MOUNTED IN OPEN OR CLOSED POSITION- HIGHLY DETAILED ENGINE COMPARTMENT, TRANSMISSION, BRAKES, STEERING SYSTEMS

 
 
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Battle of the Ardennes 1944 - 1/35 - MINIART 35373 -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA35373
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

Battle of the Ardennes 1944 - Special Edition - 1/35 scale - Miniart Figurine Set. The package contains models of 5 characters and weapons in 1:35 scale.

 
16,00 € 13,60

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Calvados Sellers 1/35 - MINIART 38071 -15%
SKU MINA38071
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

Figurines Calvados Vendors in scale 1/35 - Miniart Set. The kit contains 2 models of figures, wooden cart crates with bottles in scale 1:35, transparent parts included

 
 
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TIME E400 - 1/35 - MINIART 38063 -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA38063
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: Preguerra
Type: Veicoli Civili
Category Kit

TEMPO E400 railroad maintenance wagon kit with personnel in scale 1/35 - Miniart model. - HIGHLY DETAILED PLASTIC MODEL KIT IN SCALE 1:35 - MODELS OF 4 FIGURES AND INSTRUMENTS INCLUDED - TRANSPARENT PLASTIC PARTS INCLUDED PHOTOINCISE PARTS INCLUDED - DECAL SHEET FOR 5 OPTIONS - DOORS CAN BE MOUNTED IN OPEN OR CLOSED POSITION

 
47,00 € 39,95

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Tool set 1/48 - MINIART 49013 -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA49013
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/48
Type: Diorama
Category Kit

1/48 scale tool set kit - Miniart model.

 
16,00 € 13,60

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Butchers 1/35 - MINIART 38073 -15% OFFER
SKU MINA38073
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 Scale Butchers Figurines - Miniart Set. The kit contains 2 figure models.

 
17,00 € 14,45

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P-47D-25RE THUNDERBOLT 1/48 - MINIART 48001 -15% OFFER
SKU MINA48001
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/48
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

P-47D-25RE THUNDERBOLT fighter-bomber aircraft kit in 1/48 scale (ADVANCED KIT) - Model Miniart. - HIGHLY DETAILED PLASTIC MODEL KIT - PHOTOETCHED PARTS INCLUDED - TRANSPARENT PARTS INCLUDED - HATCHES CAN BE MOUNTED IN OPEN OR CLOSED POSITION - 3 TYPES OF WHEELS INCLUDED - ENGINE AND COMBAT COMPARTMENT COMPARTMENT ACCURATELY REPRESENTED IN MODEL - DECAL SHEET FOR 3 VARIANTS The P-47D-25RE Thunderbolt was a U.S. fighter plane employed during World War II. Here is some key information about this aircraft: Fighter Aircraft: The P-47D-25RE Thunderbolt was a straight-wing fighter aircraft produced by the Republic Aviation Corporation. It was also known by the nickname "Jug" or "Juggernaut" and was known for its ruggedness and firepower. Technical Specifications: This specific model of the P-47 was equipped with a 2,300-horsepower Pratt & Whitney R-2800-59 Double Wasp piston engine and a four-blade propeller. It could reach a top speed of about 426 mph (about 686 km/h) and had a flight range of about 800 miles (about 1,287 kilometers). Armament: The P-47D-25RE was well armed and could carry heavy Browning M2 .50-caliber machine guns and air-to-ground rockets. It was also capable of carrying bombs. Role: This aircraft was mainly used for bomber escort missions, air combat and ground attack. Its ability to fly at high altitudes and its firepower made it a fearsome opponent in aerial combat. Large Scale Production: The P-47 Thunderbolt was produced in large quantities during World War II and was primarily used by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) in various theaters of war, including Europe and the Pacific. Ruggedness: The P-47 was known for its ruggedness and its ability to withstand considerable damage and return to base even when hit. This characteristic contributed to its reputation as one of the most durable fighter aircraft of the war. The P-47D-25RE Thunderbolt represents an important chapter in the history of military aviation during World War II and was a key aircraft for Allied air operations during that period.

 
54,00 € 45,90

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MINIART 72033 Assalto alla fortezza Medievale -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA72033
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/72
Type: Diorama
Category Kit

1/72 Assalto alla fortezza Medievale Il kit include modelli di fortezza medievale con figure e unità d'assalto  

 
42,00 € 35,70

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MINIART 49014 Wooden barrels -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA49014
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/48
Type: Diorama
Category Kit

1/48 Wooden Barrels THE KIT CONTAINS MODELS OF 20 BARRELS IN 1:48 SCALE

 
17,00 € 14,45

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MINIART 49012 Field laboratory -15% OFFER
SKU MINA49012
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/48
Type: Diorama
Category Kit

1/48 Field Laboratory The kit contains models of: gas canisters, ladders, table, buckets, trolley, anvil, beams, trestle and tools in 1:48 scale

 
19,00 € 16,15

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MINIART 48009 P-47D-25RE THUNDERBOLT -15% OFFER
SKU MINA48009
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/48
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/48 P-47D-25RE THUNDERBOLT HIGHLY DETAILED MODEL THE COVER CAN BE PLACED OPEN AND CLOSED 3 TYPES OF WHEELS INCLUDED TRANSPARENT PARTS INCLUDED DECAL SHEET FOR 2 VARIANTS The P-47D-25RE Thunderbolt was a U.S. fighter plane employed during World War II. Here is some key information about this plane: Fighter Aircraft: The P-47D-25RE Thunderbolt was a straight-wing fighter aircraft produced by the Republic Aviation Corporation. It was also known by the nickname "Jug" or "Juggernaut" and was known for its ruggedness and firepower. Technical Specifications: This specific model of the P-47 was equipped with a 2,300-horsepower Pratt & Whitney R-2800-59 Double Wasp piston engine and a four-bladed propeller. It could reach a top speed of about 426 mph (about 686 km/h) and had a flight range of about 800 miles (about 1,287 kilometers). Armament: The P-47D-25RE was well armed and could carry heavy Browning M2 .50-caliber machine guns and air-to-ground rockets. It was also capable of carrying bombs. Role: This aircraft was mainly used for bomber escort missions, air combat and ground attack. Its ability to fly at high altitude and its firepower made it a fearsome opponent in aerial combat. Large-Scale Production: The P-47 Thunderbolt was produced in large quantities during World War II and was primarily used by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) in various theaters of war, including Europe and the Pacific. Ruggedness: The P-47 was known for its ruggedness and its ability to withstand considerable damage and return to base even when hit. This characteristic contributed to its reputation as one of the most durable fighter planes of the war. The P-47D-25RE Thunderbolt represents an important chapter in military aviation history during World War II and was a key aircraft for Allied air operations during that period.

 
47,00 € 39,95

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MINIART 38076 Cheese sellers -15% OFFER
SKU MINA38076
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 Cheese Vendors Kit contains 2 models of characters and cart with dairy products in 1:35 scale Decal sheet is included

 
17,00 € 14,45

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MINIART 38074 Bakers -15% OFFER
SKU MINA38074
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 Bakers THE BOX CONTAINS 2-FIGURE MODELS, WOODEN CRATES WITH BAKED GOODS SCALE 1:35

 
17,00 € 14,45

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MINIART 38072 LIEFER PRITSCHENWAGEN TYP 170V WITH CANVAS -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA38072
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Veicoli Civili
Category Kit

1/35 LIEFER PRITSCHENWAGEN TYP 170V WITH CANVAS The "Liefer Pritschenwagen Typ 170V" was a commercial vehicle produced by the German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz. It was a light flatbed van used mainly for delivery and freight purposes. Here is some key information about the Liefer Pritschenwagen Typ 170V: Production: The Liefer Pritschenwagen Typ 170V was produced between 1936 and 1953. Commercial use: This vehicle was primarily intended for commercial and industrial use. It was used to transport goods and materials from one place to another. Design: The Liefer Pritschenwagen Typ 170V had a compact design with a driver's cab and an open platform at the rear. This platform could be used to transport a variety of goods, and the vehicle was often customizable to the customer's needs. Motorization: The vehicle was powered by a 1.7-liter gasoline engine that delivered sufficient power for transport operations. History: The Liefer Pritschenwagen Typ 170V was produced during a period that included the years of World War II. After the war, it was used for reconstruction and transportation of materials. Legacy: The Liefer Pritschenwagen Typ 170V represents a piece of German automotive history. Its production was discontinued in 1953, but some examples are still on the road or have been preserved by vintage vehicle enthusiasts. In summary, the Liefer Pritschenwagen Typ 170V was a light van produced by Mercedes-Benz for commercial delivery and freight purposes. It was known for its versatility and usefulness in transport and delivery operations.

 
47,00 € 39,95

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MINIART 38070 Men with wooden barrels -15% OFFER
SKU MINA38070
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 Men with wooden barrels The kit contains 2 models of figures with barrels in 1:35 scale Decal sheet is included

 
15,00 € 12,75

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MINIART 38068 Milkmen -15% OFFER
SKU MINA38068
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 Milkmen The kit contains models of 2 characters and cans in 1:35 scale

 
15,00 € 12,75

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MINIART 35458 G-527 Rimorchio per acqua da 250 galloni -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA35458
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Civili
Category Kit

1/35 G-527 Rimorchio per acqua da 250 galloni "Bufalo acquatico"KIT MODELLO IN PLASTICA ALTAMENTE DETTAGLIATOPARTI FOTOINCISE INCLUSEFOGLIO DECAL PER 5 OPZIONI

 
24,00 € 20,40

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MINIART 35436 Rimorchio da carico G-518 US 1T Ben Hur -15% OFFER
SKU MINA35436
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Civili
Category Kit

1/35 Rimorchio da carico G-518 US 1T Ben HurKIT MODELLO IN PLASTICA ALTAMENTE DETTAGLIATOPARTI FOTOINCISE INCLUSEFOGLIO DECAL PER 4 OPZIONIDUE OPZIONI DI COSTRUZIONEIl rimorchio da carico G-518, noto anche come "Ben Hur," era un tipo di rimorchio utilizzato dall'esercito degli Stati Uniti durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale. Ecco alcune informazioni chiave su questo rimorchio:Utilizzo: Il rimorchio G-518 Ben Hur veniva utilizzato per il trasporto di carichi leggeri e materiali all'interno delle operazioni militari. Poteva essere collegato a veicoli militari come i camion per aumentarne la capacità di carico.Caratteristiche: Il rimorchio Ben Hur era progettato con una struttura robusta per resistere alle condizioni difficili sul campo di battaglia. Aveva una capacità di carico di circa 1 tonnellata, il che lo rendeva adatto per il trasporto di rifornimenti, attrezzature e munizioni.Mobilità: Il rimorchio G-518 era progettato per essere trainato da vari veicoli militari, inclusi camion e veicoli semicingolati. Questa versatilità lo rendeva adatto per una serie di applicazioni militari.Produzione su larga scala: Durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale, i rimorchi Ben Hur furono prodotti su larga scala per soddisfare le esigenze dell'esercito degli Stati Uniti. Erano essenziali per il trasporto di materiali nei teatri di guerra in Europa, Asia e Africa.Eredità: Dopo la Seconda Guerra Mondiale, alcuni rimorchi Ben Hur sono stati utilizzati anche durante la Guerra di Corea e in altre operazioni militari. In seguito, molti di questi rimorchi sono stati dismessi e alcuni sono diventati pezzi da collezione.Il rimorchio da carico G-518 Ben Hur è un esempio di come veicoli e attrezzature militari specifiche siano stati progettati e prodotti per supportare le esigenze delle forze armate durante i conflitti bellici.

 
 
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MINIART 35405 Camion per la consegna di pannelli G7105 4x4 1,5 t -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA35405
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Camion per la consegna di pannelli G7105 4x4 1,5 t dell'esercito americanoKIT MODELLO IN PLASTICA ALTAMENTE DETTAGLIATOPARTI FOTOINCISE INCLUSEPARTI IN PLASTICA TRASPARENTI INCLUSEFOGLIO DECAL PER 5 OPZIONILE PORTE POSSONO ESSERE MONTATE IN POSIZIONE APERTA O CHIUSAVANO MOTORE, TRASMISSIONE, FRENI E SISTEMI DI STERZO ALTAMENTE DETTAGLIATI

 
59,00 € 50,15

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MINIART 35385 StuH 42 Ausf G -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA35385
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 StuH 42 Ausf.G Mid prod. Luglio-ottobre 1943Il Sturmhaubitze 42 (StuH 42) Ausf.G era un veicolo semovente d'artiglieria tedesco impiegato durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale. La designazione "StuH 42" indica che era un semovente d'artiglieria (Sturmhaubitze) equipaggiato con un obice da 105 mm e la "Ausf.G" indica la versione migliorata di questo veicolo. Ecco alcune informazioni chiave:Armamento: Il StuH 42 era equipaggiato con un obice da 105 mm, noto come leFH 18, montato in una casamatta aperta sulla parte superiore del telaio. Questo obice poteva sparare proiettili ad alto esplosivo e proiettili fumogeni, ed era efficace contro bersagli terrestri e di supporto alle truppe.Ruolo: Il principale ruolo del StuH 42 era fornire fuoco di supporto all'infanteria e alle truppe corazzate durante le operazioni belliche. Era utilizzato per bombardare posizioni nemiche, fortificazioni e bersagli in genere, contribuendo all'avanzata delle truppe tedesche.Telaio: Il telaio del StuH 42 era basato sullo scafo del carro armato tedesco Sturmgeschütz III (StuG III), noto per la sua efficienza e versatilità. Il veicolo era relativamente compatto e maneggevole.Partecipazione alla Seconda Guerra Mondiale: Il StuH 42 è stato utilizzato dalla Wehrmacht tedesca durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale, principalmente sul fronte orientale contro l'Unione Sovietica. È stato coinvolto in molte operazioni belliche durante il conflitto.Eredità: Il StuH 42, come molti veicoli semoventi d'artiglieria, aveva un ruolo importante nella strategia di supporto alle truppe tedesche. La sua combinazione di mobilità e potenza di fuoco lo rendeva una risorsa preziosa per le forze tedesche in campo.Il Sturmhaubitze 42 Ausf.G è un esempio di come i veicoli semoventi d'artiglieria fossero utilizzati durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale per fornire un importante supporto alle forze terrestri durante le operazioni militari.

 
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MINIART 49010 Plastic Bottles And Cans -15% OFFER
SKU MINA49010
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/48
Type: Diorama
Category Kit

1/48 Plastic Barrels And CansTHE KIT CONTAINS MODELS OF 32 BARRELS AND CANS IN 1:48 SCALE,THE DECALCOMANIE SHEET IS INCLUDED.

 
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MINIART 49009 200-liter modern oil drums -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA49009
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/48
Period: Modern
Type: Diorama
Category Kit

1/48 Modern 200-liter oil drums KIT CONTAINS MODELS OF 21 OIL DRUMS, DECAL SHEETS INCLUDED.

 
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MINIART 49008 Cable Spools -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA49008
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/48
Type: Diorama
Category Kit

1/48 Cable reelsThe kit contains an unassembled plastic model of 8 cable reels with 20 decal options.

 
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MINIART 38065 Liefer Pritschenwagen Typ 170V -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA38065
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Veicoli Civili
Category Kit

1/35 Liefer Pritschenwagen Typ 170V - Furniture transport truck The "Liefer Pritschenwagen Typ 170V" was a commercial vehicle produced by the German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz. It was a light flatbed truck used mainly for delivery and freight purposes. Here is some key information about the Liefer Pritschenwagen Typ 170V: Production: The Liefer Pritschenwagen Typ 170V was produced between 1936 and 1953. Commercial use: This vehicle was primarily intended for commercial and industrial use. It was used to transport goods and materials from one place to another. Design: The Liefer Pritschenwagen Typ 170V had a compact design with a driver's cab and an open platform at the rear. This platform could be used to transport a variety of goods, and the vehicle was often customizable to the customer's needs. Motorization: The vehicle was powered by a 1.7-liter gasoline engine that delivered sufficient power for transport operations. History: The Liefer Pritschenwagen Typ 170V was produced during a period that included the years of World War II. After the war, it was used for reconstruction and transportation of materials. Legacy: The Liefer Pritschenwagen Typ 170V represents a piece of German automotive history. Its production was discontinued in 1953, but some examples are still on the road or have been preserved by vintage vehicle enthusiasts. In summary, the Liefer Pritschenwagen Typ 170V was a light van produced by Mercedes-Benz for commercial delivery and freight purposes. It was known for its versatility and usefulness in transport and delivery operations.

 
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MINIART 38064 1.5 t 4x4 G506 Cargo Truck -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA38064
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Civili
Category Kit

1/35 1.5 t 4x4 G506 cargo truck The "1.5 t 4x4 G506" is a military cargo truck used by the United States during World War II. This vehicle was part of a series of military trucks designed for various purposes, including transporting troops and materials. Here is some key information about the 1.5 t 4x4 G506: Design and production: The G506 truck was developed in the 1940s as part of the U.S. war effort during World War II. It was designed and manufactured by several U.S. automotive companies, including Chevrolet, GMC, and Studebaker. Cargo capacity: As the name suggests, the G506 had a cargo capacity of about 1.5 tons, making it suitable for a variety of military transportation tasks. 4x4 configuration: The "4x4" in the name indicates that the truck had all-wheel drive on all four wheels. This configuration gave it a greater ability to traverse rough or muddy terrain. Military use: The G506 was used extensively during World War II by the U.S. Army and other allied forces. It was used to transport troops, materials, ammunition and other supplies. Design: The G506 truck had a rugged and utilitarian design, with a crew cab and an open or covered rear box, depending on the specific model. Legacy: After World War II, many of these trucks were military surplus, that is, sold to civilians. Some of them were converted for civilian purposes, while others were preserved as historic vehicles. Variants: Several variants of the G506 were produced, with different body configurations and technical specifications to meet military requirements. In general, the G506 is an example of a military vehicle used during World War II by the United States and other allied nations. It was known for its reliability and ability to operate in various environments and conditions.

 
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MINIART 38057 Tempo A400 Van -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA38057
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Italy
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Veicoli Civili
Category Kit

1/35 Tempo A400 Milk Delivery Van The "Tempo A400" was a van produced by the Italian car manufacturer Piaggio between the 1950s and 1960s. This vehicle was mainly used for commercial and delivery purposes, including transporting products such as milk. Here is some key information about the Tempo A400: Manufacturing: The Tempo A400 was manufactured by Piaggio, the Italian company famous for producing the Vespa scooter. It was produced between 1957 and 1967. Technical characteristics: The Tempo A400 was a compact, lightweight vehicle with a 400 cc rear engine, hence its name. It had a relatively modest carrying capacity but was ideal for light goods distribution in urban environments. Usage: The Tempo A400 was used in various contexts, including the delivery of products such as milk and other foodstuffs. It was a popular vehicle among merchants and businesses that required a light and economical means of transportation. Design: The design of the Tempo A400 had a very distinctive appearance. It had an open driver's cab and a small folding roof, which could be raised to access the cargo area. This smooth design facilitated the distribution of goods. Historical legacy: The Tempo A400 became an icon of Italian automotive design in the 1950s and 1960s and is still appreciated by vintage vehicle enthusiasts and collectors. Variants: Over the years, several variants of the Tempo A400 were produced, adapted for specific transportation and loading purposes. In summary, the Tempo A400 was a light van produced by Piaggio in the 1950s and 1960s and was commonly used for commercial purposes, including delivery of products such as milk. Its distinctive design and historical legacy still make it a valued presence in the history of the Italian automotive industry.

 
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MINIART 38052 Waiters -15% OFFER
SKU MINA38052
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 Waiters The kit contains 4 figure models in 1:35 scale.

 
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MINIART 35655 Czechoslovak road signs 1930s-1940s -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA35655
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Czechoslovakia
Period: WWII
Type: Diorama
Category Kit

1/35 Czechoslovak road signs 1930s-1940s PLASTIC MODEL KIT BOX IS NOT ASSEMBLED. CONTAINS MODELS OF THE TRAFFIC SIGNS, ADHESIVE SHEETS INCLUDED IN THE KIT.

 
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MINIART 35651 Wooden crates -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA35651
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Type: Diorama
Category Kit

1/35 Wooden Crates The kit contains models of 16 wooden crates.

 
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MINIART 35399 US tank crew. -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA35399
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 U.S. tank crew. Northwestern Europe - Special Edition During World War II, the U.S. tank crew engaged in the Northwest European theater, such as in France and the Ardennes, wore uniforms and equipment specifically designed to cope with the conditions on the European front. Here is a general description of the U.S. tank crew in that context: Standard uniform: The standard uniform of the U.S. tank crew consisted of an olive green woolen jacket (known as an "Ike jacket") and matching pants. These garments were worn together with an olive green cotton shirt, tie and a field cap. In winter weather, they could add thermal layers and woolen clothing to keep warm. Headgear: The tank crew often wore headgear specific to their role. One of the most iconic headgear was the "tanker cap" or "co-pilot cap," which was a shortened version of the field cap. Footwear: Footwear could vary, but combat boots were common to ensure good grip in armored vehicles and muddy conditions. Gloves: Tank men wore gloves appropriate for the weather conditions. During winter, wool-lined winter gloves were common. Sunglasses: Tank crews could wear sunglasses to protect their eyes from bright sunlight or reflective snow. Personal equipment: In addition to the uniform, each crew member had a belt or harness to carry personal equipment such as guns, knives, flashlights and other useful tools. Helmet: During operations, the tank crew wore M1 steel helmets to protect their heads from debris and enemy strikes. Visors: Inside the vehicles, tank crews used special visors or goggles to better see through the cracks and slits of the tanks. Body armor: Some crew members could wear bulletproof jackets or bulletproof vests for personal protection. Gas masks: Although chemical threats were not common in the northwestern European theater, tank crews often carried gas masks in case of emergency. Medical kit: Tankers usually had a basic medical kit with them, containing bandages and supplies for first aid. This equipment provided tankers with the protection and functionality needed to operate inside their armored vehicles in various climatic and operational environments. Uniforms and equipment could vary slightly between units and specific situations, but this represents a general overview of the U.S. tank crew in the Northwest European theater during World War II.

 
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MINIART 35370 German Carristians - Winter Uniform 1944-45 -15% OFFER
SKU MINA35370
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 German Tank Troopers - Winter Uniform 1944-45 The winter uniforms worn by German tankers during the winter of 1944-45, particularly on the Eastern Front, were designed to protect soldiers from the extreme cold of Russian winter temperatures. These uniforms often consisted of several layers of clothing to keep the tankers warm as they were exposed to the elements inside their armored vehicles. Here is a general description of such uniforms: Winter coat (Wintermantel): The main garment was a heavy winter coat. These coats were often made of wool and could come in different colors, including dark gray or olive green. They had high collars and fur or fleece-lined interiors to keep warm. Winter overalls (Winteranzug): Below the overcoat, tank men wore a winter overalls. These overalls were made of heavy fabric and could be white in color or camouflaged with winter patterns. They were generally equipped with pockets and could be worn over the standard uniform. Winter boots: Winter boots were made of leather or felt with thick, heavy soles to protect the feet from the cold and snow. Winter gloves: Winter gloves were essential to keep hands warm during winter operations. They were often lined with wool or fur. Winter cap (Wintermütze): To cover their heads, tankmen often wore winter caps, known as "Schiffchen" or "Steifmütze." These caps were made of thick wool and could have ear covers. Winter scarf: A woolen winter scarf was often worn around the neck to keep the neck and chest area warm. Face masks and snow goggles: To protect themselves from the icy wind and snow, some tankers wore face masks and snow goggles. These accessories were especially useful during winter operations. Snow camouflage: In some situations, tankers would apply snow camouflage to their vehicles, covering exposed parts with layers of white fabric or quilts to better blend into the winter environment. It is important to note that winter clothing could vary slightly between units and fronts, but the main goal was to keep soldiers warm and able to operate effectively during winter operations, even in extremely cold temperatures.

 
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MINIART 35366 German soldiers with fuel drums -15% OFFER
SKU MINA35366
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 German soldiers with fuel drums Special edition During World War II, the German armed forces, known as the Wehrmacht, included a wide range of military units and soldiers engaged in various roles and theaters of combat. Here is an overview of the main categories of German soldiers during World War II: Infantry soldiers: Infantry soldiers made up the largest part of the German army. They were equipped with rifles, light machine guns, and hand-to-hand weapons. They fought mainly on foot and played a key role in ground operations. Tank and armored vehicle crews: Tank and armored vehicle crews were responsible for the operation and combat with German armored vehicles such as Panzer tanks and half-tracks such as the Sturmgeschütz (StuG). Artillery: German artillery units operated guns of different calibers, campaign and siege, to provide long-range fire support to frontline troops. Aviation: The Luftwaffe was the German air force, and its pilots and ground personnel operated fighter planes, bombers, scouts, and air transports. Armored Forces: The armored forces were responsible for armored tanks, fighters, and half-tracks. These units were specialized in armored and motorized operations. Paratroopers: German paratroopers, known as Fallschirmjäger, were troops trained for air combat and parachute landing. They were employed on special missions, such as operations behind enemy lines. Sailors: The Kriegsmarine was the German navy, and German sailors operated on warships, submarines, and other vessels. Support units: These units included engineers, doctors, transporters, communicators, and other specialties. They played an essential role in supporting the operations of combat troops. Waffen-SS units: The Waffen-SS was a division of the German armed forces that included SS troops. Although some SS units were involved in war crimes, others were considered among Germany's elite troops. Volkssturm: At the end of the war, the Volkssturm was a civilian defense militia recruited in Germany. It consisted mainly of older men and young men too young to have been previously enlisted. The German armed forces were well trained and disciplined, but Nazi Germany lost the war in 1945. Many aspects of the German armed forces during World War II are still being studied and debated in military history.

 
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MINIART 35357 StuG III Ausf. G armored combat vehicle -15% OFFER
SKU MINA35357
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 StuG III Ausf. G December 1944 - March 1945 MIAG Prod interior kits. The Sturmgeschütz III (abbreviated as StuG III) Ausf. G was an armored fighting vehicle used by the German Army during World War II. Here is some key information about the StuG III Ausf. G: Main role: The StuG III was a series of armored assault vehicles based on the hull of the German Panzer III tank. The Ausf. G was one of the most advanced variants and produced in quantity during the war. Its main role was to provide direct fire support to infantry and destroy enemy fortifications, but it was also effective against opposing tanks. Design and armament: The StuG III Ausf. G was equipped with a 75 mm StuK 40 L/48 gun, which made it very effective in the role of tank destroyer. The armor was thick and sloped to improve protection from enemy hits. However, this vehicle did not have a rotating turret like conventional tanks, making it more suitable for direct fire support rather than tank-to-tank combat. Usage: The StuG III Ausf. G was widely used by the German Wehrmacht on various fronts in World War II. It was particularly valued for its reliability and effectiveness against opposing tanks. It was employed to defend positions, suppress enemy artillery and support the advance of German troops. Production: Production of the StuG III Ausf. G began in 1942 and continued until the end of the war. This vehicle was produced in large quantities and became one of the German Army's most important armored vehicles during the conflict. Legacy: The StuG III Ausf. G is considered to be one of the most effective tank fighters of World War II. After the war, some examples were used by other nations or preserved as historical pieces. Its legacy continues to be studied by military historians and military vehicle enthusiasts. In summary, the StuG III Ausf. G was a German armored fighting vehicle based on the hull of the Panzer III, known for its 75 mm cannon and its main role in direct fire support during World War II.

 
 
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