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Post-War British - British vehicles 1946-present day 




Post-War British


PWB-41 PWB-41 432-30 Berlin2.jpg (76351 bytes)  R
FV432-30 (with Fox Turret) PWB41_FV432.30 1.jpg (104510 bytes) PWB41_FV432.30 2.jpg (85743 bytes) PWB41_FV432.30 4.jpg (83177 bytes) PWB41_FV432.30 3.jpg (88117 bytes)
PWB-42 PWB42  FV 434 Repair Vehicle.jpg (74391 bytes)  R
FV434 REME fitters' vehicle PWB42 c.JPG (140604 bytes)   PWB42 b.JPG (143124 bytes)  PWB42 a.JPG (112466 bytes)


Tracked Rapier SAM system




Scammell Commander Tank Transporter 


PWB-45 PWB45 Chieftain ARV1.JPG (164068 bytes)


Chieftain ARV  PWB45 Chieftain ARV.jpg (561268 bytes) PWB45 Chieftain ARV Berlin.jpg (529255 bytes)


PWB-46 PWB46 b.JPG (120709 bytes)


SAS Landrover II A  "Pink Panther"  PWB46 a.JPG (119813 bytes)




AS-90 SPG (Gun Equipment 155 mm L131) 


temporary box-art drawings are for guidance only and may not be 100% accurate




New range conversion kits of British vehicles after 1945, see KCPB - British post 1945

The mighty Antar - a page listing post-War British tractor-trailer combinations




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Please note: if no price is listed, the model is not currently in stock.  While we do our best to keep this website up to date, we cannot guarantee availability.

In the second column M = white metal; R = resin, P = plastic   While we try to get this list 100% accurate, please note that because of the way we manufacture our models, while the larger parts are nearly always in resin, some details are produced both in metal and resin. Some examples of kits marked “metal/resin” may therefore appear entirely in resin or metal. The decisions are made for reasons of production, and do not in any way affect the quality of the model you receive. We hope you enjoy our kits.