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FFG PROJECT 22350 - 1/350 - TAKOM 6009
SKU TKM-6009
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/350
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Type: Ships
Category Kit

Admiral Gorshkov-class frigate FFG Project 22350 kit in 1/350 scale - Takom model. The Admiral Gorshkov-class frigate, also identified as Project 22350, is a modern frigate class of the Russian Navy. Here is an overview of its features and use: Main Features of the Admiral Gorshkov Class Frigate (Project 22350) Role: Multi-purpose frigate. Manufacturer: Built at Severnaya Verf shipyards in St. Petersburg, Russia. Entry into service: The first ship of the class, the Admiral Gorshkov, was commissioned in July 2018. Design and Development Development: Project 22350 was developed to replace the Russian Navy's aging surface ships and to provide a modern and versatile platform for naval defense and attack. Design: The Gorshkov class features a stealth design, with angled surfaces and radar-absorbing materials to reduce its radar signature. Technical Characteristics. Displacement: Approximately 5,400 tons when fully loaded. Dimensions: Length: Approximately 135 meters. Breadth: Approximately 16 meters. Draft: Approximately 4.5 meters. Propulsion: Combined diesel-gas (CODAG) propulsion system with diesel engines and gas turbines, allowing speeds in excess of 30 knots. Range: About 4,500 nautical miles at economical speeds. Crew: Approximately 180-210 members. Armament Missiles: Cruise missiles: Vertical Launch System (VLS) capable of launching Kalibr missiles, Oniks and, in the future, the Tsirkon hypersonic missile. Air defense: Poliment-Redut system with 9M96 missiles for medium-range air defense. Guns: One 130-mm A-192M cannon. Anti-aircraft systems: Pantsir-M or Kashtan missiles for close air defense. Anti-submarine systems: Paket-NK anti-submarine rocket launchers and torpedo tubes. Electronic warfare: Advanced electronic countermeasures (ECM) systems. Sensors and Combat Systems. Radar: AESA Poliment multifunctional radar, surveillance and targeting radar. Sonar: Hull and towed sonar for submarine detection and tracking. Communication and Combat Management Systems: Advanced systems for managing operations and coordinating with other naval units. Operational Use. Role: The Admiral Gorshkov class is designed to operate in a wide range of missions, including air defense, anti-submarine warfare, land attack, and surface warfare. Missions: Employed for sea line protection, power projection, and support of amphibious operations. Conclusion The Admiral Gorshkov-class frigates are a key component of the modern Russian Navy, combining advanced defense and attack capabilities with stealth design and sophisticated weapon systems. These multifunctional ships are designed to deal with a variety of threats and to operate effectively in different operational scenarios, making them a crucial element of Russian naval power projection.

 
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Tiger I 1/35 - TAKOM 2200
SKU TKM-2200
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

Tiger I Mid Production tank kit w/zimmerit Sd.Kfz. 181 Pz.Kpfw. VI Ausf. E Otto Carius in 1/35 scale - Takom model. The Tiger I Mid Production was an intermediate variant of the Tiger I heavy tank used by Germany during World War II. Here is some information about this variant: Development: The Tiger I, officially known as Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger Ausf. E, was developed to meet the need for a heavy tank with superior combat capabilities. The Mid Production variant was an intermediate production phase in the life cycle of the Tiger I. Technical Characteristics: The Tiger I Mid Production was equipped with an 88 mm KwK 36 L/56 gun, known for its power and accuracy. The armor was thick and provided significant protection against enemy projectiles. This variant had some different external and internal features than the Early Production version. Modifications: Modifications made in the Mid Production variant included the addition of track supports mounted on the side of the tank and other minor modifications to the exterior of the vehicle. Some internal modifications may have been made to improve reliability or simplify production. Operational Employment: The Tiger I Mid Production was primarily employed on the Eastern and Western fronts during World War II. It participated in numerous crucial battles, providing significant support to German forces. Operational Success: Despite its powerful performance, the Tiger I Mid Production shared some of the same challenges as earlier versions, such as production and maintenance complexity, as well as air-to-ground vulnerability. However, it remained a formidable threat to enemy forces. In summary, the Tiger I Mid Production represented an intermediate variant of the legendary Tiger I heavy tank, with some modifications and improvements over the Early Production version. It continued to play a significant role on the battlefield during World War II.

 
 
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Tiger I 1/35 - TAKOM 2199
SKU TKM-2199
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

Tiger I Late Production tank kit w/zimmerit Sd.Kfz. 181 Pz.Kpfw. VI Ausf. E (Late/Late Command) in 1/35 scale - Takom model.The Tiger I Late Production was one of the final variants of the legendary Tiger I heavy tank used by Nazi Germany during World War II. Here is some key information about this variant:Development: The Tiger I, officially designated Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger Ausführung E (Tiger Model E Armored Fighting Vehicle), was developed in response to the need for a heavy tank that could fight against more heavily armored enemy tanks on the Eastern Front.Technical Characteristics: The Tiger I Late Production was equipped with the same 88 mm KwK 36 L/56 gun as previous versions, known for its power and accuracy. However, it had some modifications and improvements over previous versions, such as an improved turret design, a revised suspension system, and other minor modifications.External Features: The Tiger I Late Production's external features included support for track rails mounted on the side of the tank, a more spacious turret with an improved observation dome, and other minor modifications over previous versions.Operational Employment: The Tiger I Late Production was primarily employed on the Eastern and Western fronts during World War II. Despite its powerful performance, the complexity of production and maintenance limited its availability on the battlefield.Legacy: The Tiger I Late Production represented the culmination of the Tiger I versions, with some final modifications and improvements over the earlier versions. While the Tiger I demonstrated considerable power and endurance during combat operations, it was also subject to challenges such as mechanical problems and vulnerability to enemy fire.In summary, the Tiger I Late Production was one of the final variants of the legendary Tiger I heavy tank, featuring some final modifications and improvements over previous versions. It continued to play a significant role on the battlefield until the end of World War II.

 
 
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Tiger I 1/35 - TAKOM 2198
SKU TKM-2198
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

Tiger I Mid-Production tank kit w/Zimmerit Sd.Kfz. 181 Pz.Kpfw. VI Ausf. E in 1/35 scale - Takom model.The Tiger I Mid-Production was an intermediate variant of the famous Tiger I heavy tank employed by Nazi Germany during World War II. Here is some key information about this variant:Development: The Tiger I, officially designated Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger Ausführung E (Tiger Model E Armored Fighting Vehicle), was developed in response to the need for a heavy tank that could fight against more heavily armored enemy tanks on the Eastern Front.Technical Characteristics: The Tiger I Mid-Production was equipped with an 88 mm KwK 36 L/56 gun, making it extremely powerful and capable of piercing enemy armor at long distances. The thick armor provided significant protection against enemy shells.Production Variants: The Tiger I went through several production phases, which include Early Production, Mid-Production and Late Production. The Mid-Production had some modifications and improvements over the Early version, but it had not yet been implemented with all the changes made to the later versions.External Features: The external features of the Tiger I Mid-Production included the absence of track track mounts mounted on the side of the tank, the presence of an updated ventilation system on the turret roof, and other minor modifications over the Early version.Operational Employment: The Tiger I Mid-Production was primarily employed on the Eastern and Western fronts during World War II. Despite its powerful performance, the complexities of production and maintenance limited its availability on the battlefield.In summary, the Tiger I Mid-Production represented an intermediate variant of the legendary Tiger I heavy tank, with some modifications over the Early version but still not fully upgraded like the Late Production version. It was known for its power, but its production complexity limited its availability on the battlefield.

 
 
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Sd Kfz 182 King Tiger 1/35 - TAKOM 2178
SKU TKM-2178
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

Sd.Kfz.182 King Tiger Porsche turret tank kit w/105m KwK 46 L/68 2-in-1 scale 1/35 - Takom model.The Sd.Kfz.182 King Tiger, also known as Tiger II or Tiger Ausf. B, was a German heavy tank employed during World War II. The Porsche turret variant refers to one of two main turret variants used on this vehicle.The Porsche turret was one of two main turret variants installed on Tiger II tanks. Characterized by a distinctive design with a rounded front, it was initially developed by Porsche and later produced on a limited scale.Here are some main features of the Porsche turret of the Sd.Kfz.182 King Tiger:Design: The Porsche turret featured a distinctive design with a rounded front. This design was chosen to reduce glare and improve frontal strength.Armament: It mounted an 88 mm KwK 43 L/71 gun, which was a powerful artillery piece capable of piercing enemy heavy armor at long distances.Crew: The Porsche turret housed the tank's main crew, consisting of the commander, gunner, loader and machine gunner.Protection: The Porsche turret offered significant protection for the crew against enemy projectiles due to its thick steel armor.Employment: The Sd.Kfz.182 King Tiger with Porsche turret was mainly employed on the Eastern and Western fronts during the last years of World War II. Despite its power and endurance, production remained limited and actual battlefield presence was relatively low.Overall, the Porsche turret of the Sd.Kfz.182 King Tiger represented one of the two main turret variants used on this German heavy tank during World War II.

 
 
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IJN Aircraft Carrier Akagi island and flight deck 1/72 - TAKOM 5023
SKU TKM-5023
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Details

IJN Aircraft Carrier Akagi island and flight deck Pearl Harbor attack 1941 in 1/72 scale - Takom model.

 
 
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Pzj G13 - 1/35 - TAKOM MODEL 2177
SKU TKM-2177
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Switzerland
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

Pzj G13 kit in 1/35 scale - Takom Model.

 
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Self-propelled howitzer G6 Rhino 1/35 - TAKOM MODEL 2052
SKU TKM-2052
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Sud Africa
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

G6 Rhino SANDF self-propelled howitzer kit 1/35 scale - Takom Model.The G6 Rhino self-propelled howitzer is a heavy artillery vehicle developed and used by the South African Defense Forces (SANDF). It is designed to provide indirect fire support to ground forces. Here are some of its main features:Armament:The G6 Rhino is equipped with a 155 mm cannon, which provides a powerful firing capability. This caliber is common for many modern artillery systems.Mobility:The vehicle is mounted on an armored tracked chassis that provides good mobility over various types of terrain. The ability to move facilitates its deployment on various theaters of operation.Automation:The G6 Rhino is known for its high automation and aiming capability. These features help reduce crew impact during vehicle operation.Protection:As a military vehicle, the G6 Rhino is equipped with some ballistic protection to reduce damage caused by shrapnel or enemy projectiles.Operational Use:It is designed primarily for indirect fire support, enabling the South African Armed Forces to hit targets at a distance. It can be used in a variety of roles, including infantry support, bombardment of enemy positions, or suppressive fire.Production and Service:The G6 Rhino was developed by the armaments division of the South African weapons industry, Denel Land Systems. The vehicle entered service with the South African Defense Forces in the 1980s and has subsequently undergone several upgrades.The G6 Rhino represents an example of how the South African Armed Forces have sought to develop and maintain a modern artillery capability to meet the demands of contemporary military operations.

 
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AH-64D Block II 1/35 - TAKOM MODEL 2608
SKU TKM-2608
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

AH-64D Block II (Late Version) helicopter kit includes 3D resin parts and 2 1/35 scale figures - Takom Model.The AH-64D Apache is a U.S. attack helicopter developed by Boeing Defense, Space & Security. The AH-64D is an advanced variant of the original AH-64 Apache, designed to enhance the helicopter's capability in various aspects, including avionics and armament systems.Here are some key features of the AH-64D Apache:Armament:The AH-64D is armed with a 30 mm M230 cannon and can carry a variety of guided missiles, including AGM-114 Hellfire antitank missiles. These missiles provide the helicopter with a powerful strike capability against ground and armored targets.Avionics Systems:The AH-64D is equipped with advanced avionics systems, including electro-optical radar, targeting and night vision systems. These systems improve the crew's situational awareness and ability to locate and engage targets.Electronic Warfare Systems:It has electronic warfare and self-defense systems to protect against enemy threats, such as electronic countermeasures and missile warning systems.Engine:The helicopter is powered by two General Electric T700 turboshaft engines, which provide the power necessary for its operations.Crew:The AH-64D can carry two crew members: a pilot and a weapon systems operator.Cockpit Upgrades:The AH-64D cockpit has been improved over previous versions, with the implementation of more modern display technologies and controls.The AH-64D Apache has been used in various conflicts and military operations around the world, demonstrating its versatility and capability to support ground forces. It should be noted that the AH-64D was later further improved in the AH-64E Apache Guardian version, which features further improvements in its avionics and armament capabilities.

 
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TAKOM 8016 10.5cm StuH 42 Ausf E/F
SKU TKM-8016
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 10.5cm StuH.42 Ausf.E/F The 10.5 cm Sturmhaubitze 42 (abbreviated as StuH.42) Ausf.E/F was a German fascist self-propelled d' used during World War II. Here is some information about this weapon: Sturmhaubitze 42 : The StuH.42 was a self-propelled d' fascist gun based on the hull of the Panzer III tank. The designation "10.5 cm" refers to the caliber of the gun, which was a 105 mm howitzer. Ausführung E/F (E/F version) : The E and F variants of the StuH.42 represented improvements or later modifications made to the original design. These versions may include upgrades in armor, suspension, or other specific features. Role : The StuH.42 was primarily a self-propelled fascist infantry support vehicle. Its main function was to provide direct infantry support fire and to destroy fortified enemy positions or other targets at short and medium ranges. It could also be used to support the attack of armored troops or to conduct jamming operations and disrupt enemy lines. 105 mm StuH.42 : The 105 mm cannon was capable of firing explosive projectiles and grenades with high destructive potential. This caliber provided a powerful artillery capability to the self-propelled vehicle, enabling it to take on a variety of targets, including infantry, fortified enemy positions and light tanks. The StuH.42 was a flexible and versatile weapon that could adapt to different situations on the battlefield. During World War II, it was used primarily by the German armed forces and contributed significantly to their combat capability.

 
 
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TAKOM 8015 StuG III Ausf F Late Production.
SKU TKM-8015
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 StuG III Ausf. F Late production with 7.5 cm L/48 The Sturmgeschütz III Ausf. F (late production) with the 7.5 cm L/48 cannon is a variant of the famous German fascist Sturmgeschütz III self-propelled d', also known as StuG III. Here is some information about this variant: Sturmgeschütz III : The Sturmgeschütz III was a fascist d' self-propelled vehicle based on the hull of the Panzer III tank. It was used extensively by the German armed forces during World War II. Its main function was to provide direct infantry support and destroy enemy positions, including opposing tanks. Ausführung F (Late Production) : The Ausf. F is one of the variants of the StuG III. This variant was produced at a later stage of the conflict and underwent some changes from earlier versions. One of the most significant changes was the use of the 7.5-cm L/48 gun, which was a shorter anti-tank gun than the 7.5-cm L/70 gun used in earlier versions. This change was mainly due to production requirements, as the 7.5 cm L/48 cannon was easier to manufacture and could be produced faster. 7.5-cm cannon L/48 : The 7.5-cm L/48 cannon was still capable of firing effective antitank projectiles, although it had a lower initial speed than the longer cannon used in earlier versions. This modification did not prevent the StuG III from effectively fulfilling its role as a self-propelled fascist and antitank gun. The StuG III Ausf. F (late production) with the 7.5-cm L/48 gun was a well-balanced vehicle in terms of firepower, protection and mobility and was widely used by German forces during World War II, contributing significantly to German war efforts.

 
 
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TAKOM 5022 M60A1 with ERA & M60A3
SKU TKM-5022
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 M60A1 with ERA & M60A3 The M60A1 with Explosive Reactive Armor (ERA) and M60A3 are variants of the M60 tank, which has been employed by the U.S. military and other nations. Here is some information about both: M60A1 with Explosive Reactive Armor (ERA): The M60A1 with ERA is a variant of the M60A1 Patton tank, which was one of the advanced versions of the original M60. The main distinguishing feature of this variant is the addition of explosive reactive armor (ERA). ERA is a type of armor that reacts to the impact of explosive projectiles, neutralizing them or reducing the effect of the blast. The addition of ERA increases the tank's protection against anti-tank shells, grenades and missiles, improving crew and vehicle survivability on the battlefield. This variant could be used in combination with other modifications, such as upgrading aiming systems or fire control units. M60A3: The M60A3 is another variant of the M60 Patton tank. It was an advanced version that included improvements over the original M60, including an improved fire control system. The main feature of the M60A3 was the upgraded aiming and fire control system, which increased the accuracy of shots fired by the tank. The infrared thermocouple system may also have been included for better night vision. The M60A3 did not natively have ERA, but it could be subjected to modifications and upgrades according to the user's needs. Both variants, although slightly different in their specifications, were part of the evolution of the M60 Patton, which was an important tank in the arsenal of the armed forces of the United States and other nations during the Cold War and beyond.

 
 
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TAKOM 5021 M1070 and M1000 70-ton tanker transporter
SKU TKM-5021
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 M1070 and M1000 70-ton tank transporter The M1070 tank transporter and the 70-ton M1000 trailer are military vehicles designed to transport heavy and bulky loads within the U.S. Armed Forces. Here is some information about them: M1070 Tractor Truck (M1070 Tank Transporter): The M1070 is an eight-wheel-drive military vehicle designed as a road tractor for transporting heavy loads and tanks. It is mainly used to transport heavy military vehicles, tanks and other military equipment. It is known for its remarkable towing capacity and power. It is often used to tow the 70-ton M1000 trailer, which can carry exceptionally heavy loads. The M1070 was developed to improve the tactical mobility of the U.S. military, enabling the transport of heavy vehicles and equipment over long distances and across varied terrain. M1000 Heavy Equipment Transporter (M1000 Trailer): The M1000 is a specialized trailer designed to transport exceptionally heavy loads, including tanks, combat vehicles and other large military equipment. The M1000 trailer is known for its 70-ton load capacity, making it one of the strongest military trailers in the world. The M1000's loading system allows for efficient loading and unloading of heavy vehicles without the need for additional lifting equipment. This feature is critical for military operations where time is critical. Together, the M1070 and the M1000 trailer are an integral part of the U.S. Armed Forces' heavy transport capability. They enable the rapid movement of heavy military vehicles and equipment over long distances, contributing to the strategic and tactical mobility of military forces.

 
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TAKOM 2607 AH-64D Apache Longbow JGSDF Attack Helicopter
SKU TKM-2607
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

1/35 AH-64D Apache Longbow JGSDF Attack Helicopter The AH-64D Apache Longbow JGSDF is a variant of the AH-64 Apache attack helicopter used by the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force or JGSDF. Here is some key information about this variant: Origins: The AH-64 Apache is a U.S. attack helicopter known for its combat capability and advanced armament. The AH-64D Apache Longbow is an improved version that incorporates the Longbow radar system, which enables improved situational awareness and advanced targeting. Design: The AH-64D Apache Longbow features an armed turret mounted under the nose, which houses cannons, Hellfire anti-tank missiles and rockets. The Longbow radar, mounted above the turret, is a key component that enables advanced ground target detection and the ability to engage multiple targets simultaneously. Role: The AH-64D Apache Longbow is designed primarily for ground attack missions. It can be used against enemy tanks, light armored vehicles and infantry, as well as conducting surveillance and battlefield control missions. Usage: This variant of the Apache was acquired by the Japanese Self-Defense Forces (JGSDF) to strengthen their defense and combat capabilities. It was employed to ensure the security and defense of Japanese territory. Legacy: The AH-64 Apache is one of the world's most advanced attack helicopters and has been used by various armed forces around the world. The AH-64D Apache Longbow variant offers advanced detection and attack capabilities with the Longbow radar, which greatly enhances the helicopter's ability to detect and engage enemy targets. The AH-64D Apache Longbow JGSDF represents an important component of the Japanese Self-Defense Forces' arsenal for national security and defense operations.

 
 
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TAKOM 2176 Pzkpfwg.V Panther A late
SKU TKM-2176
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Pzkpfwg.V Panther A late 2-in-1 [Sd.Kfz.171/268]. The Pz.Kpfw.V Panther Ausf.A early, often abbreviated simply as Panther A, was a German medium tank used during World War II. Here is some key information about this vehicle: Origins: The Panther Ausf.A was part of the Panther tank series developed by Nazi Germany during World War II. It was designed as a response to the success of Soviet tanks such as the T-34, and the goal was to provide a tank with superior performance compared to existing German medium tanks. Design: The Panther Ausf.A was known for its sloping shape and thick, strong armor. It mounted a 75 mm KwK 42 cannon, which was known for its power and accuracy. The vehicle had good mobility due to its Maybach V-12 engine. Role: The Panther Ausf.A had the main role of a main battle tank. It was designed to confront and destroy enemy tanks and provide support to infantry troops. Usage: The Panther Ausf.A was mainly used on the Eastern Front against the Soviet Union, but was also involved on other fronts. It fought in various phases of the war and was employed in numerous battles. Legacy: The Panther Ausf.A is considered one of the most successful tanks of World War II. It proved to be effective in combat due to its combination of armor, firepower and mobility. The experience gained in the development of the Panther influenced the development of later tanks. The Panther Ausf.A early is a significant example of German tank technology during World War II and was a major vehicle in the eastern theater of the conflict.

 
 
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TAKOM 2175 Pzkpfwg.V Panther A early/mid
SKU TKM-2175
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Pzkpfwg.V Panther A early/mid without interior The Pz.Kpfw.V Panther Ausf.A early, often abbreviated simply as Panther A, was a German medium tank used during World War II. Here is some key information about this vehicle: Origins: The Panther Ausf.A was part of the Panther tank series developed by Nazi Germany during World War II. It was designed as a response to the success of Soviet tanks such as the T-34, and the goal was to provide a tank with superior performance compared to existing German medium tanks. Design: The Panther Ausf.A was known for its sloping shape and thick, strong armor. It mounted a 75 mm KwK 42 cannon, which was known for its power and accuracy. The vehicle had good mobility due to its Maybach V-12 engine. Role: The Panther Ausf.A had the main role of a main battle tank. It was designed to confront and destroy enemy tanks and provide support to infantry troops. Usage: The Panther Ausf.A was mainly used on the Eastern Front against the Soviet Union, but was also involved on other fronts. It fought in various phases of the war and was employed in numerous battles. Legacy: The Panther Ausf.A is considered one of the most successful tanks of World War II. It proved to be effective in combat due to its combination of armor, firepower and mobility. The experience gained in the development of the Panther influenced the development of later tanks. The Panther Ausf.A early is a significant example of German tank technology during World War II and was a major vehicle in the eastern theater of the conflict.

 
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TAKOM 2174 Pzkpfwg.V Panther A early
SKU TKM-2174
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Pzkpfwg.V Panther A early without interiors The Pz.Kpfw.V Panther Ausf.A early, often abbreviated simply as Panther A, was a German medium tank used during World War II. Here is some key information about this vehicle: Origins: The Panther Ausf.A was part of the Panther tank series developed by Nazi Germany during World War II. It was designed as a response to the success of Soviet tanks such as the T-34, and the goal was to provide a tank with superior performance compared to existing German medium tanks. Design: The Panther Ausf.A was known for its sloping shape and thick, strong armor. It mounted a 75 mm KwK 42 cannon, which was known for its power and accuracy. The vehicle had good mobility due to its Maybach V-12 engine. Role: The Panther Ausf.A had the main role of a main battle tank. It was designed to confront and destroy enemy tanks and provide support to infantry troops. Usage: The Panther Ausf.A was mainly used on the Eastern Front against the Soviet Union, but was also involved on other fronts. It fought in various phases of the war and was employed in numerous battles. Legacy: The Panther Ausf.A is considered one of the most successful tanks of World War II. It proved to be effective in combat due to its combination of armor, firepower and mobility. The experience gained in the development of the Panther influenced the development of later tanks. The Panther Ausf.A early is a significant example of German tank technology during World War II and was a major vehicle in the eastern theater of the conflict.

 
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TAKOM 2173 KAMAZ Typhoon-K
SKU TKM-2173
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 KAMAZ Typhoon-K with RP-377VM1 and Arbalet-DM RCWS moduleThe KAMAZ Typhoon-K is a Russian military vehicle designed for a variety of tasks, including troop transport, logistics and mine protection. The RP-377VM1 is a Russian remote control unit that can be used for a variety of purposes, including remote control of weapons or sensors. The Arbalet-DM RCWS (Remote Controlled Weapon Station) module is a vehicle-mounted facility that houses remotely controlled weapons. Here is some information about these components:KAMAZ Typhoon-K: The KAMAZ Typhoon-K is a family of military vehicles designed for a variety of tasks. These vehicles are known for their mobility, troop transport capabilities, and mine protection. They can be configured with different equipment and armaments depending on operational needs.RP-377VM1: The RP-377VM1 is a Russian remote control unit. This type of device can be used for remote control of systems, such as weapons or sensors, without the direct intervention of an operator in the vehicle. This provides an additional level of security during operations.Arbalet-DM RCWS Module: The Arbalet-DM RCWS module is a vehicle-mounted structure designed to accommodate remotely controlled weapons. This module allows operators to control weapons, often machine guns or light cannons, from a sheltered position inside the vehicle, enhancing crew safety during combat operations.The combined use of vehicles such as the KAMAZ Typhoon-K with remote control units and RCWS modules enables the armed forces to execute military missions with increased safety for personnel aboard the vehicles. These components represent advances in military technology that enhance the armed forces' ability to operate in combat environments.

 
 
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TAKOM 2172 Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer
SKU TKM-2172
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer Late Production, with complete interior.The Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer was a German armored fighter vehicle used during World War II. Here is some key information about the Hetzer:Origins: The Hetzer was developed by Czechoslovakia during World War II and used primarily by the German armed forces. It was based on the chassis of the Czechoslovak Panzer 38(t) light tank.Design: The Hetzer had a compact, low design with a fixed turret and a protected casemate for crew and armament. It was known for its sloping shape, which offered good ballistic protection and reduced its overall height.Armament: The Hetzer was equipped with a 75 mm anti-tank gun, known as PaK 39 or L/48, which could penetrate the armor of enemy tanks of the time. It also had a 7.92 mm light machine gun for close defense.Role: The Hetzer's main role was that of a tank destroyer, that is, to destroy enemy tanks. Its fixed turret configuration made it suitable for this specific function.Use: The Hetzer was used primarily by the German Army and some other nations during and after World War II. It was involved in various theaters of operation, including the Eastern Front and the Western Front.Legacy: The Hetzer is one of the best-known World War II fighter-tankers. Despite its relatively compact size, it proved to be an effective vehicle in its function of destroying opposing tanks.The Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer represents an example of how Nazi Germany adapted captured Czechoslovakian vehicles to meet its military needs during World War II. It is a well-known vehicle in the war's fighter history and continues to be an object of interest to vintage military vehicle enthusiasts.

 
 
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TAKOM 2171 Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer
SKU TKM-2171
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
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1/35 Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer Mid Production, with complete interior.The Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer was a German armored fighter vehicle used during World War II. Here is some key information about the Hetzer:Origins: The Hetzer was developed by Czechoslovakia during World War II and used primarily by the German armed forces. It was based on the chassis of the Czechoslovak Panzer 38(t) light tank.Design: The Hetzer had a compact, low design with a fixed turret and a protected casemate for crew and armament. It was known for its sloping shape, which offered good ballistic protection and reduced its overall height.Armament: The Hetzer was equipped with a 75 mm anti-tank gun, known as PaK 39 or L/48, which could penetrate the armor of enemy tanks of the time. It also had a 7.92 mm light machine gun for close defense.Role: The Hetzer's main role was that of a tank destroyer, that is, to destroy enemy tanks. Its fixed turret configuration made it suitable for this specific function.Use: The Hetzer was used primarily by the German Army and some other nations during and after World War II. It was involved in various theaters of operation, including the Eastern Front and the Western Front.Legacy: The Hetzer is one of the best-known World War II fighter-tankers. Despite its relatively compact size, it proved to be an effective vehicle in its function of destroying opposing tanks.The Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer represents an example of how Nazi Germany adapted captured Czechoslovakian vehicles to meet its military needs during World War II. It is a well-known vehicle in the war's fighter history and continues to be an object of interest to vintage military vehicle enthusiasts.

 
 
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TAKOM 2170 Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer
SKU TKM-2170
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer first production, with complete interior.The Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer was a German armored fighter vehicle used during World War II. Here is some key information about the Hetzer:Origins: The Hetzer was developed by Czechoslovakia during World War II and used primarily by the German armed forces. It was based on the chassis of the Czechoslovak Panzer 38(t) light tank.Design: The Hetzer had a compact, low design with a fixed turret and a protected casemate for crew and armament. It was known for its sloping shape, which offered good ballistic protection and reduced its overall height.Armament: The Hetzer was equipped with a 75 mm anti-tank gun, known as PaK 39 or L/48, which could penetrate the armor of enemy tanks of the time. It also had a 7.92 mm light machine gun for close defense.Role: The main role of the Hetzer was that of a tank destroyer, that is, to destroy enemy tanks. Its fixed turret configuration made it suitable for this specific function.Use: The Hetzer was used primarily by the German Army and some other nations during and after World War II. It was involved in various theaters of operation, including the Eastern Front and the Western Front.Legacy: The Hetzer is one of the best-known World War II fighter-tankers. Despite its relatively compact size, it proved to be an effective vehicle in its function of destroying opposing tanks.The Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer represents an example of how Nazi Germany adapted captured Czechoslovakian vehicles to meet its military needs during World War II. It is a well-known vehicle in the war's fighter history and continues to be an object of interest to vintage military vehicle enthusiasts.

 
 
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TAKOM 8012 Jagdtiger Sd.Kfz. 186 Porsche production type
SKU TKM-8012
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
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1/35 Jagdtiger Sd.Kfz. 186 Porsche production type w/ZimmeritThe Jagdtiger Sd.Kfz. 186 was a German heavy tank fighter used during World War II. This vehicle was known for its majestic firepower and thick armor, but it had some significant limitations. Here is some key information about the Jagdtiger Sd.Kfz. 186:Origin and Production:The Jagdtiger was developed and produced by Nazi Germany during the final years of World War II.Its production began in 1944, but was limited to a relatively small number of vehicles due to logistical challenges and difficulty of manufacture.Heavy Fighter Class:The Jagdtiger belongs to the heavy fighter class, and was one of the heaviest and most powerful armored ground vehicles of the war.Main Armament:The Jagdtiger's main feature was its massive 128 mm anti-tank gun, known as the PaK 44. This cannon was one of the most powerful ever installed on an armored vehicle.The 128 mm cannon could penetrate the armor of opposing tanks at long distances with ease.Armor:The Jagdtiger was protected by very thick armor, which made it virtually invulnerable to many types of enemy projectiles. Its frontal armor was particularly strong.Engine and Performance:The vehicle was powered by a gasoline-powered internal combustion engine, but its exceptionally high weight made it relatively slow and less maneuverable than lighter tanks.Employment:The Jagdtiger was primarily employed on the Eastern Front against the Soviet Union, where it could be used to counter Soviet heavy tanks such as the JS-2.However, because of its weight, the Jagdtiger often became stranded or had difficulty moving over rough terrain.Limitations:Despite its firepower and armor, the Jagdtiger had some significant limitations, including its poor mobility and tendency to get stuck in difficult terrain.End of the War:The Jagdtiger remained in service until the end of World War II, when it was captured or destroyed by Allied forces.In summary, the Jagdtiger Sd.Kfz. 186 was a German heavy fighter known for its 128 mm gun and thick armor. However, due to its mobility limitations, its combat effectiveness was limited and it remained a relatively rare vehicle in the second half of the war.

 
 
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TAKOM 2139 M103A1
SKU TKM-2139
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: Cold War
Type: Veicoli Militari
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1/35 M103A1The M103A1 is a U.S. heavy tank that was developed and produced during the Cold War. Here is some key information about the M103A1:Origin and Production:The M103A1 was developed in the United States during the 1950s, during the Cold War period when the U.S. tank arsenal was being modernized.Tank Class:The M103A1 belongs to the heavy tank class. It was designed to play a primarily defensive role and to provide long-range support against other armored vehicles and enemy fortified positions.Main Armament:The tank was equipped with a 120-mm main gun, which gave it a powerful firing capability against armored targets.Secondary Armament:In addition to the main gun, the M103A1 was equipped with a set of 7.62-mm caliber machine guns for close defense against light infantry and similar threats.Performance:The M103A1 was equipped with a gasoline-powered internal combustion engine that enabled it to reach a top speed of about 34 miles per hour (about 55 kilometers per hour).The armor of the tank was quite thick, providing good protection against enemy projectiles.Use:The M103A1 was never used in large-scale combat. However, some examples were deployed to Europe during the Cold War period as part of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces in response to tensions with the Soviet Union.Withdrawal from Service:The M103A1 was withdrawn from active service in the U.S. armed forces in the late 1950s and early 1960s as more modern, lighter tanks became more common and suited to new tactical requirements.In summary, the M103A1 was a U.S. heavy tank developed during the Cold War, known for its powerful 120-mm cannon. Although it was not widely used in combat, it contributed to the modernization and diversification of U.S. armored forces during that period.

 
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AH-64DI
SKU TKM-2605
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

1/35 AH-64DI Saraf Attack HelicopterThe Boeing AH-64 Apache is an attack helicopter developed in the United States of America beginning in the 1970s. It uses a main rotor and a tail rotor, both with four blades. The helicopter was designed as a twin-engine two-seat tandem aircraft for use in anti-tank, assault, escort and anti-helicopter fighter missions, to be flown in all weather and light conditions. The main armament consists of a 30 mm caliber M230 Chain Gun automatic gun. It can come equipped with a combination of anti-tank missiles, rockets and air-to-air missiles attached to the side flaps.The Apache is the U.S. Army's main attack helicopter and the successor to the Bell AH-1 Cobra. It was designed by Hughes Helicopters to meet the requirements of the "advanced attack helicopter" (AAH or Advanced Attack Helicopter) program launched by the U.S. Army in 1972. Later, McDonnell Douglas acquired Hughes Helicopters and continued the development of the AH-64, resulting in the AH-64D Apache Longbow. At the end of various corporate ups and downs, the design was acquired by Boeing Defense, Space & Security, which continues its production for U.S. needs and for export to other countries.The Apache saw its first operational use in battle during the U.S. Army's engagement during the 1989 invasion of Panama. Other wartime uses of the helicopter by the U.S. Army included the 1991 Gulf War, the 1999 Kosovo War, the 2001 Afghanistan War, and the 2003 Iraq War. Israeli AH-64s have participated in all of their country's major military operations since the 1990s.

 
 
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AH-64D Apache -15%
SKU TKM-2606
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

1/35 "D" of the World AH-64D Apache Longbow Attack Helicopter | Limited EditionThe Boeing AH-64 Apache is an attack helicopter developed in the United States of America beginning in the 1970s. It uses a main rotor and a tail rotor, both with four blades. The helicopter was designed as a twin-engine two-seat tandem aircraft for use in anti-tank, assault, escort and anti-helicopter fighter missions, to be flown in all weather and light conditions. The main armament consists of a 30 mm caliber M230 Chain Gun automatic gun. It can come equipped with a combination of anti-tank missiles, rockets and air-to-air missiles attached to the side flaps.The Apache is the U.S. Army's main attack helicopter and the successor to the Bell AH-1 Cobra. It was designed by Hughes Helicopters to meet the requirements of the "advanced attack helicopter" (AAH or Advanced Attack Helicopter) program launched by the U.S. Army in 1972. Later, McDonnell Douglas acquired Hughes Helicopters and continued the development of the AH-64, resulting in the AH-64D Apache Longbow. At the end of various corporate ups and downs, the design was acquired by Boeing Defense, Space & Security, which continues its production for U.S. needs and for export to other countries.The Apache saw its first operational use in battle during the U.S. Army's engagement during the 1989 invasion of Panama. Other wartime uses of the helicopter by the U.S. Army included the 1991 Gulf War, the 1999 Kosovo War, the 2001 Afghanistan War, and the 2003 Iraq War. Israeli AH-64s have participated in all of their country's major military operations since the 1990s.

 
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AH Mk. 1 Apache -15%
SKU TKM-2604
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

1/35 AH Mk. 1 Apache Attack HelicopterThe Boeing AH-64 Apache is an attack helicopter developed in the United States of America beginning in the 1970s. It uses a main rotor and a tail rotor, both with four blades. The helicopter was designed as a twin-engine two-seat tandem aircraft for use in anti-tank, assault, escort and anti-helicopter fighter missions, to be flown in all weather and light conditions. The main armament consists of a 30 mm caliber M230 Chain Gun automatic gun. It can come equipped with a combination of anti-tank missiles, rockets and air-to-air missiles attached to the side flaps.The Apache is the U.S. Army's main attack helicopter and the successor to the Bell AH-1 Cobra. It was designed by Hughes Helicopters to meet the requirements of the "advanced attack helicopter" (AAH or Advanced Attack Helicopter) program launched by the U.S. Army in 1972. Later, McDonnell Douglas acquired Hughes Helicopters and continued the development of the AH-64, resulting in the AH-64D Apache Longbow. At the end of various corporate ups and downs, the design was acquired by Boeing Defense, Space & Security, which continues its production for U.S. needs and for export to other countries.The Apache saw its first operational use in battle during the U.S. Army's engagement during the 1989 invasion of Panama. Other wartime uses of the helicopter by the U.S. Army included the 1991 Gulf War, the 1999 Kosovo War, the 2001 Afghanistan War, and the 2003 Iraq War. Israeli AH-64s have participated in all of their country's major military operations since the 1990s.

 
 
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T-55AD
SKU TKM-2166
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 T-55AD "Drozd"The T-54 and T-55 are a series of battle tanks, the first made by the Soviet Union after World War II. With an estimated 50,000 to 100,000 units, the T-54/55 are the most produced tanks in history.Backbone of the Soviet armored forces during the early part of the Cold War, the T-54/55 were used by at least 50 countries and took part in countless wars during the second half of the 20th century. More than sixty years after their introduction, T-54/55s remain in service in dozens of armed forces.Equipped with a 100 mm cannon, well-slanted 100-200 mm armor, 520 hp diesel engine, it was a very economical and simple vehicle, weighing 35 tons, it was equally popular even in the improved T-55/59/69 models remaining in production for decades. Its latest upgrades even included laser-guided AT-10 anti-tank missiles and reactive armor, while others became heavy troop transports. More than 50,000 were produced.

 
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M1070 Gun Truck
SKU TKM-5019
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
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1/72 M1070 Gun TruckThe Oshkosh M1070 is a U.S. military heavy truck tractor, mainly dedicated to transporting tanks. Production of the vehicle began in 1992 and is still ongoing. The car is powered by a single Detroit-Diesel or Catterpilar diesel engine with an output of 500 or 700 hp. The tractor is 9.09 meters long and 2.59 meters wide. Top speed is between 72 and 81 km/h. The Oshkosh M1070 was developed for the needs of the U.S. military, which sought a new wheeled carrier for MBT M1 Abrams in the late 1980s. The basic version of the vehicle is the M1070A0, which in total was delivered to the U.S. Army in about 2,500 units. The first order for a modernized version (M1070A1) began in 2011. A version of the M1070F, currently used by the British Army, was also created. A Global HET version was also launched in 2008, intended primarily for export markets. Oshkosh M1070 vehicles were used during operations in Afghanistan after 2001 and during the 2003 Iraq War.

 
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AH-64E Apache
SKU TKM-2602
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/35
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

1/35 AH-64E Apache Guardian

 
 
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AH-64E
SKU TKM-2603
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/35
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

1/35 E of the World AH-64E Attack Helicopter Limited Edition

 
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AH-64D Apache
SKU TKM-2601
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/35
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

1/35 AH-64D Apache Longbow

 
 
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TAKOM 2165 MQ-8B Fire Scout
SKU TKM-2165
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/35
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

1/35 MQ-8B Fire Scout 

 
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TAKOM 6008 Haunebu I, II, III
SKU TKM-6008
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/350
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/350 Haunebu I, II, III 

 
 
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TAKOM 6007 Andrea Doria / D554 Caio Duilio
SKU TKM-6007
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/350
Nation: Italy
Period: Modern
Type: Ships
Category Kit

  1/350 Italian Horizon Class Destroyer D553 Andrea Doria / D554 Caio Duilio  

 
 
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TAKOM 6006 USS ABSD-1 Large Auxiliary Floating Dry Dock
SKU TKM-6006
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Scale: 1/350
Type: Diorama
Category Kit

 1/350 USS ABSD-1 Large Auxiliary Floating Dry Dock

 
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Tiger I
SKU TKM-004
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/48
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

 1/48 Tiger I Early Production Full Interior Wittmann's Command Tiger

 
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TAKOM 2082 Russian MRAP KAMAZ-63968 Typhoon K
SKU TKM-2082
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

  1/35 Russian MRAP KAMAZ-63968 Typhoon K (with cab & cabin interior)  

 
 
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TAKOM 2149 M114A1E1 CRV
SKU TKM-2149
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

 1/35 M114A1E1 CRV (M114A2)

 
 
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TAKOM 2148 M114A1 CRV
SKU TKM-2148
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

  1/35 M114A1 CRV

 
 
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TAKOM 2154 M114
SKU TKM-2154
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 M114 early & late type w/ interior 

 
 
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TAKOM 2153 DF-17
SKU TKM-2153
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Nation: China
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 DF-17 Hypersonic Ballistic Missile 

 
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TAKOM 2056 T-55A
SKU TKM-2056
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 T-55A Russian Medium Tank 3 in 1 

 
 
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TAKOM 5018 Sänger-Bredt Silbervogel Suborbital Bomber
SKU TKM-5018
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Sänger-Bredt Silbervogel Suborbital Bomber & Atomic Payload Suite 

 
 
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TAKOM 5017 Sänger-Bredt Silbervogel Suborbital Bomber
SKU TKM-5017
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

 1/72 Sänger-Bredt Silbervogel Suborbital Bomber

 
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TAKOM 5016 28 cm SK C/34 Battleship Scharnhorst Turret B
SKU TKM-5016
Brand TAKOM MODEL
Nation: Germany
Period: WWI
Scale: 1/72
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Details

1/72 28 cm SK C/34 Battleship Scharnhorst Turret B 

 
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