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76E-36 M Cooking gear: pots, pans, plates, bottles, loaves and campfire etc.


76E-37 76E37 stores.JPG (39632 bytes) M Stores fittings for British 6x4 GS Truck 

(see also KCB-59. Note: 76E37 is fittings only and does not include body)


76E-38 R

German Pioneer Rubber Dinghy


76E-39 76E39 Holzgas parts.jpg (664087 bytes) M
Imbert generator parts - converts up to 6 vehicles to woodburning.  This is for early vehicles.  Many vehicles in occupied Europe, military and civilian, were individually converted.  Smarter factory-finish conversions can be found in KCG range. 33 parts.  See here for more details 76E39-01.JPG (841168 bytes) 76E39-02.JPG (712007 bytes)


76E-40 M

Soviet tank crew (7 figures)


76E-41 M

WWII British seated infantry (8 figures + 4 ammunition boxes)




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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.





Radio sets for British Command Vehicles

No. 19 Set: the standard British short range radio, used in many types of vehicle.

No. 19 Set with High Power unit to extend range.

Reception Set R107: early general purpose receiver, used with transmitting sets (e.g. No. 12, RCA 4332).

Reception Set R109: introduced in 1942, to replace R107.

No. 12 Set: general purpose low power transmitter, used with R107, lorry-mounted.

No. 12 Set High Power: used in QLR and similar command vehicles, capable over transmitting over 100 miles.

No. 33 Set: medium powered transmitter, similar to No. 12 Set, but with greater range, also used in QLR etc..

No. 53 Set: later transmitter, used in QLR and armoured command vehicles, continued in service after the war.

BC-610 Set: transmitter, with speech amplifier BC-614 and aerial tuning unit BC-729 (above main unit).

RCA Sender 4332 transmitter, with separate speech amplifier and rejecter unit, used in ACVs.

Aerial bases  on sprue, from left

A (x1): For  No. 33, 52 and 53 Sets, e.g. on roof of QLR command vehicles.

B (x2):  early whip aerial bases, e.g. for No. 19 Set.

C (x4):  later whip aerial bases, e.g. for No. 19 Set.

D (x1):  B Set base, used with 24’ aerial


6 Volt and 12 Volt batteries, with wooden or green-painted metal boxes.


A note on colour: the grey here is typical of the fronts and dials of British radio sets.  Cases would typically be black or dark green.  Metal battery boxes were normally green, and wooden ones green or unpainted.