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1/76th British - British vehicles 1919-1945







 (the Fox Armoured Car has been moved to the Post-War British Range)


76B03 Rubber Sherman.jpg (16585 bytes)


Dummy Sherman, Inflatable Tank, pre-D Day, 1944    GONF_05.jpg (36571 bytes)   GONF_21.jpg (50697 bytes)



76B05_ShermanBARV.jpg (40582 bytes)


Sherman BARV (Beach Armoured Recovery Vehicle)

out of stock


76B06_BeaveretteMkIII.jpg (21954 bytes)


Beaverette Mk III

out of stock


76B08 Albion Transporter + KCB-17 Covenanter.jpg (49811 bytes)


Albion CX24S 20 Ton (15 Ton) Tank Transporter



76B09_Crossley.jpg (32051 bytes)


Crossley BGV3 30cwt 6 x 4




Morris Commercial D-Type 30cwt 6 x 4



76B11_Bison.jpg (41792 bytes)


Bison Concrete Armoured Lorry




Truck, 15cwt 4x2, GS Van (Ford E01Y)


76B15_RollsRoyce1920pattern AC.jpg (35790 bytes)


Rolls-Royce AC,1920 Pattern with desert-style stowage



76B-19 Fordson 7V Low Loader.jpg (40536 bytes)


Fordson 7V Tractor and Low Loader



76B20_Fordson7VTipper.jpg (36635 bytes)


Fordson 7V with Tipper Body




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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.

Thanks to Modelstories for this photo and two above of 76B-03.  See Links page for more, and review. M. Bernhard thinks the barrels should be hollowed, but we are not sure.  Photographic evidence is inconclusive.