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"TAMIYA Masterwork Collection" Finished Model, Tank
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1/35 Tank "German Sd.Kfz.184 Elefant" (Finished Model)

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TMY-21803-h*
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A Pachyderm with a Punch
With 200mm thick armor at its more well-protected areas and a powerful long-barreled 88mm main gun, the Ferdinand made its battlefield debut at Kursk.

1/35 Tank "German Tiger I Initial Production Turret No.122, s.Pz.Abt. 502" (Finished Model)

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TMY-21802*
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The First of the Pack
The first German army unit to receive the Tiger I was s.Pz.Abt.502. The unit's 1st Company took the very early Tiger I into battle on the Leningrad front during the winter of 1942. These tanks did not have any fenders, exhaust covers, air filters or towing cables, and even had to take their tool boxes from the Panzer III.

1/35 Tank "Tiger I Initial Production 501st H.T.B. 1942" (Finished Model)

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TMY-21801-h*
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1/35 Tank "JGSDF Type 90 Tank Fuji School Brigade, Tank School Unit, 5th Co." (Finished Model)

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TMY-21051*
TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.51
Distinctive Original Markings
The third generation main battle tank for the JGSDF, the Type 90 entered service in August 1990. Packed with the latest military technologies, including a 120mm smoothbore gun, laser range finder, infrared night vision system, and auto-loader, the Type 90 is considered to be one of the most sophisticated tanks in the world.

1/35 Tank "German Jagdpanther" (Finished Model)

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TMY-21038-j*
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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.38
About the German Tank Destroyer Jagdpanther
The German Jagdpanther is regarded by the ordnance experts as one of the best tracked weapons systems during the World War 2. The awesome Pak43/3, L71 88mm gun was mounted on the proven Panther medium tank chassis.

1/35 Tank "U.S. Medium Tank M26 Pershing / T26E3" (Finished Model)

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TMY-21035-i*
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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.35
The Tiger Hunter / U.S. Medium Tank M26 Pershing T26E3
The M26 Pershing was introduced in the final stages of WWII as the successor to the M4 Sherman. Featuring a powerful 50 caliber 90mm gun with a range of 1,400m, the Pershing was designed to take on the powerful German Tiger and Panther tanks.

1/35 Tank "U.S. Medium Tank M4 Sherman Early Production" (Finished Model)

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TMY-21026-i*
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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.26

About the U.S. Medium Tank M4 Sherman Early Production
The Driving Force Behind Allied Victory / U.S. Medium Tank M4 Sherman Early Production With approximately 50,000 units produced during WWII, the U.S. Armys Sherman series of tanks were one of the main driving forces behind Allied victory. The Sherman displayed excellent reliability and mobility, and although armed with a relatively small gun, the advantage of efficient mass production and easy modification more than sufficiently compensated.

1/35 Tank "JGSDF Light Armored Vehicle" (Finished Model)

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TMY-21025-f*
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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.25
About the JGSDF Light Armored Vehicle
With the Japanese Ground Self Defense Force (JGSDF) HMV Hayate and Type 73 Small Utility Vehicle fitted with little armor, in 1997 the JGSDF began development of a new highmobility light armored transportation vehicle. Capable of accommodating 4 personnel, the JGSDF Light Armored Vehicle is fitted with a 160hp 4-cylinder diesel engine, allowing it to reach top speeds of 100km/h.

1/35 Tank "British Challenger 2 Desert" (Finished Model)

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TMY-21024-i*
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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.24
About the Challenger 2
Compared to the Challenger 1 MBT that saw service during the Gulf War, the Challenger 2 features improved second generation Chobham armor capable of withstanding armor piercing and shape charge rounds. The fire control system was updated with the latest digital technology, including a panoramic Commander?fs sight with built-in laser rangefinder and a thermal gunner?fs sight

1/35 Tank "M2A2 ODS D Bradley" (Finished Model)

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TMY-21023-j*
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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.23
About the M2A2 ODS Infantry Fighting Vehicle
Production of the M2 Infantry Fighting Vehicles began in 1980. Based on operations in the Gulf War in 1991, a further improved M2A2 ODS (Operation Desert Storm) was later developed in 1996. The M2A2 ODS featured the latest in electronics, including a laser range finder, missile countermeasure device, GPS and digital compass antenna sensor.