This is another great Andy's video and nice kit from Academy . Once again Andy shows that it is possible to build a great model without spending 27 hours making minute modifications to the kit for the sake of 'accuracy'.
This is the complete building including painting and weathering of...read more
Dragon, Meng-Model and Takom show us their "Super Heavy Tank" scale model. These armoured fighting vehicle are beyond Heavy tanks. This is just a small sample. There are others made by other manufacturers, but I think be enough to get you started. Thank...read more
This is a Trumpeter 1/35 scale assembly and painting required plastic model kit of the Karl-Gerat ("Karl-device"), a World War II German self-propelled siege howitzer (Morser) and the largest self-propelled weapon to see service. Model kit features: Morser...read more
This is a really cool RC Model. This is a home-made RC motorization of a plastic static display HobbyBoss model kit 1/72 scale. From the video the geek modeller doesn't think anybody could know its small size of only 6 inches. He put a doll house coin next to it to trick the RC tank club for...read more
A Model showcase video of a newly completed 90's vintage Dragon (DML) WWII M4A3E8 "Improvised Jumbo" Sherman tank. In this video. ECA reviews the kit, and also describes the work that was added to the model.
Model was built for their own collection and is another build "from the stash...read more
The latest in our fast growing line of plastic Bolt Action World War II vehicles is now available and it can be built in one of FIVE variants! The Panzer III was one of the main battle tank for the Third Reich during the early and mid-war years and our kit allows has stacks of options for...read more
This British armored scout car boasted enviable maneuverability and armor up to 30mm thick on its compact hull. Often referred to by its nickname of "Dingo", delivery of the Mk.I variant began in 1939; the later Mk.II featured various modifications, including an overhaul of the...read more
Equipped with a long, powerful L/70 7.5cm anti-tank gun that could outrange opposing Allied tank weapons, the Jagdpanzer IV /70(V) Lang proved a formidable foe following its introduction late in WWII. The "Lang" (German for "long") in its name was added to distinguish it from...read more
The Panzer III was a medium-weight tank that, at the outbreak of WWII, was designed to be the primary platform of the all-conquering panzer divisions. A number of specialized variants were created based on standard gun tanks, and one of these was the...read more