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French Medium Cavalry Tank
£9.00
Automitrailleuse de Reconnaissance Renault Modèle 35 Type ZT
£8.50
French Heavy tank
£32.00
French Medium Tank
£16.00
French Light Tank
£11.00
French Light Tank
£8.50
Char léger modèle 1935 H modifié 39
£8.50
French Truck
£8.50
Heavy Truck
£9.50
French Truck
£9.00
French Truck
£9.00
French Communications Truck
£9.00
French Artillery Tow
£9.00
French 6x6
£8.50
French 6x6
£8.50
French Artillery Tractor
£8.50
French Artillery Tow
£8.50
French Troop Carrier
£3.00
French Troop Carrier
£6.00
AMC 35
Model comes as eight parts.

The AMC 35 was also known as the Renault ACG-1.

It was armed with either the 47mm SA 35 L/32 gun or the FRC 47 mm gun. It also had a Reibel or Hotchkiss machine gun.

It had a crew of three; commander, driver and gunner and weighed around 14 tons.
French Medium Cavalry Tank
£9.00
AMR-35
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The AMR-35 was an infantry support tank produced between 1936 and 1939. There were several variants and a total of 167 plus all the variants were built.

It weighed 6.5 tonnes and carried a 7.5mm Reibel machine gun or a 13.2 Hotchkiss machine gun.
Automitrailleuse de Reconnaissance Renault Modèle 35 Type ZT
£8.50
Char 2C
Model comes as two parts: hull & turret.

The Char 2C was designed in 1919 and produced in 1921. 10 models were built and they served  until 1940. All 10 served in the the 51st Bataillon de Chars de Combat and were all named after the ancient regions of France.

It weighed 69 tonnes and had two engines. It was nearly 34 feet long. It was armed with a 75mm gun and four Hotchkiss machine guns.

This is just about  the largest model vehicle we produce
French Heavy tank
£32.00
Char B1 bis
Model comes as two parts; Hull & Turret.

The B1 was an inter-war French medium tank. 

The B1 bis was an upgraded version of the B1 with thicker armour and an upgraded turret and gun.

Between April 1937 and June 1940 some 369 vehicles were delivered. It was armed with a 75 mm ABS SA 35 howitzer in the hull and a 47 mm SA 35 gun in the turret. It also had 2 7.5mm Reibel machine guns.It weighed 28 tonnes and had a crew of four.

After the fall of France the Free French forces continued to use them. The German Army also sued captured versions converting some to flamethrowers, munitions tanks or mechanised artillery.
French Medium Tank
£16.00
Char D1
Model comes in four parts; hull, turret, aerial and trench crosser.

The Char D1 was a light infantry support tank which saw service with the French Army between 1932 and 1943. 

It weighred 14 tonnes and had a crew of three. It was armed with a 47 mm SA34 tank gun amd two Reibel 7.588 machine guns.

160 were built between 1931 and 1935
French Light Tank
£11.00
Hotchkiss H35
Model comes n two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Hotchkiss H35 saw service from 1935 until 1952 and appeared in The Israeli War of Independece as well as WWII. It was used by France, Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary as well as Nazi Germany and some other nations.

Weighing 11 tons it featured a37mm SA 18 gun and a 7.5 mm MAC31 Reibel coaxial machine gun.

About 550 vehicles were captured and used by the Germans who redsignated them as either Panzerkampfwagen 35H 734(f) or Panzerkampfwagen 38H 735(f). Around 1200 were built.
French Light Tank
£8.50
Hotchkiss H39
Model comes n two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Hotchkiss H39 was an update of the H35. It was very similar, with the same gun but had a new engine and was slightly faster with a longer range.

It was armed with a 37 mm SA 18 gun and a 7.5 mm MAC31 Reibel coaxial machine gun. Prior to 1940 it was armed with the shorter barrel but the version depicted here has the longer barrel.

Around 1200 were produced between September 1936 and June 1940. It served in several armies including France, Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Croatia & Yugoslavia.
Char léger modèle 1935 H modifié 39
£8.50
Laffly S-20 TL
Model comes in 7 parts; Body & Wheels.

The Laffly S20 TL (TL is short for tracteur, chassis long) was a 6x6 truck produced in France from 1937 until 1940. Around 1030 were built. It weighed 3.9 tons.

They were used to transport command sections, fusilier sections, MG sections, mortar sections and anti-tank sections. They served in Light Mechanised Divisions of the Dragoon Regiment.
French Truck
£8.50
Laffly S-45T
Model comes in 5 parts; Body & Wheels.

The S45 was  French heavy recovery truck designed to replace the Somua MCL5 which was under-powered to be able to cope the the Char B1 heavy tanks.

It weighed 8.2 tonnes. 17 were built.
Heavy Truck
£9.50
Laffly S20 TL (covered)
Model comes as 11 parts.

The Laffly S20 TL (TL is short for tracteur, chassis long) was a 6x6 truck produced in France from 1937 until 1940. Around 1030 were built. It weighed 3.9 tons.

They were used to transport command sections, fusilier sections, MG sections, mortar sections and anti-tank sections. They served in Light Mechanised Divisions of the Dragoon Regiment.
French Truck
£9.00
Laffly S20 TL (MG)
Model comes as 11 parts.

The S20TL was a French truck.

It carried 10 troops and their weapons including two machine guns. Some 630 were used by the French Army.

This model has two machine gun ports in the roof.
French Truck
£9.00
Laffly S20 TL PC-1 Radio
Model comes as 12 parts.

The S20TL was a French truck.

It carried 10 troops and their weapons including two machine guns. Some 630 were used by the French Army.

This model is the radio van version of the vehicle with folded down aerials on the roof.
French Communications Truck
£9.00
Laffly S25 T
Model comes as 11 parts.

The S25T was a French artillery tow used to tow 10.5cm canons.

108 models were produced but most of them werfe captured and used by the German Army to tow their LeFh 18 gun.
French Artillery Tow
£9.00
Laffly W15 TCC
Vehicle comes as two parts; vehicle & gun.

The W15 TCC was one of a series of vehicles based on the W15 chassis. It entered service around May 1940 and 62 models were built.

it carried a 47mm SA37 gun. This version does not have the armoured gun housing.
French 6x6
£8.50
Laffly W15 TCC (armoured)
Vehicle comes as two parts; vehicle & gun.

The W15 TCC was one of a series of vehicles based on the W15 chassis. It entered service around May 1940 and 62 models were built.

it carried a 47mm SA37 gun.
French 6x6
£8.50
Laffly W15T
Model comes as one part.

The W15T was a six-wheel-drive artillery tractor used by the french in WWII. 

It weight 2.6 tons and towed a 25mm SA anti-tank gun.
French Artillery Tractor
£8.50
Laffly W15T 6 rad
Model comes as one part.

The W15T was a low profile version of the S15T. It was used to tow a 47mm Modelm 1931 anti-tank gun.

The W15T 6 Rad is a 6-wheel version of the W15T
£8.50
Laffly W15T Ace
Model comes as one part.

The W15T was a low profile version of the S15T. It was used to tow a 47mm Modelm 1931 anti-tank gun.
French Artillery Tow
£8.50
Lorraine 37L Fuel Trailer
Model comes as five parts.

This fuel trailer was designed to be towed by the 37L supply vehicle.
French Troop Carrier
£3.00
Lorraine 38L (closed )
Model comes as six parts.

The Lorraine 38L was a French armoured personnel carrier. It carried a driver and passenger in the driving compartment with four in the rear. A further six troops could be carried in a trailer (which is also available here)
French Troop Carrier
£6.00
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