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Military Miniature Vehicle Series

TAMIYA 1/48 Scale Military Miniature Vehicle Series is a plastic model kit that collected tanks in the world. With 1/48 scale widely recognized as the standard scale for aviation models, this series helps to add extra realism to your aviation dioramas. The Kubelwagen, first in the series, is as detailed as its TAMIYA 1/35 Military Miniature Series counterpart while easy to assemble. Figures included with kit add to realistic atmosphere.

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TAMIYA "German Heavy Tank Destroyer Jagdtiger Early Production" 1/48 Scale Military Miniature Vehicle Series

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TAMIYA Military Miniature Vehicle Series No.69
Feel the Thunder
During the final stages of WWII, the German army produced a trump card with their Jagdtiger tank. Made with many components from the King Tiger, the Jagdtiger was armed with a massive 12.8cm main gun which could knock out Allied tanks from great distances. Jagdtigers and their crews fearlessly fought up until the end of the war desperately, defending Germany against the advancing Allied forces.

TAMIYA "GERMAN TANK DESTROYER MARDER III M" 1/48 Scale Military Miniature Vehicle Series

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TAMIYA Military Miniature Vehicle Series No.68
Evolutionary Tank Killer
During WWII, the German Army produced and operated the Marder III series, which were built to combat Soviet T-34 tanks. The Marder III was equipped with obsolete Czech built 38(t) tank chassis and came initially armed with captured Soviet 7.62cm Pak36 anti-tank cannons.

TAMIYA "U.S. Modern 4x4 Utility Vehicle w/Grenade Launcher" 1/48 Scale Military Miniature Vehicle Series

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TAMIYA Military Miniature Vehicle Series No.67
Powerful Guard
In the 1980's, U.S. military developed new general-purpose vehicles which were intended to be used for a wide variety of military duties. Depending on the body type and fitted equipment, it could perform a wide range of roles. Of those different variants, the armament carrier type was one of the most numerous. Fitted with powerful armament such as an Mk.19 grenade launcher and M60 machine gun on a ring mount, they are used to guard units and important facilities in difficult conditions including the 1991 Gulf War, being vital for U.S. military activities.

TAMIYA "Mtl.SPW.Sd.Kfz.251/1 Ausf.D Stuka Zu Fuss" 1/48 Scale Military Miniature Vehicle Series

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TAMIYA Military Miniature Vehicle Series No.66
Here Comes The Thunder!
In the first half of WWII, the Luftwaffe's dive-bomber Stuka rained down destructive and thunderous fire over enemy forces. The German infantry placed a lot of faith in the reliable Hanomag which could be equipped with rocket launchers. 28cm and 32cm rockets produced from 1941 could be loaded into the six launch frames equipped on the half-track. Mainly assigned to the Panzergrenadier Regiment's Heavy Company, these units were called "Stuka zu Fuss" or the "Ground Stuka" as a reference to the Luftwaffe's Stuka dive bomber, due to their great mobility, devastating noise, and destructive power.

TAMIYA "JAPANESE NAVY KOMATSU G40 BULLDOZER" 1/48 Scale Military Miniature Vehicle Series

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TAMIYA Military Miniature Vehicle Series No.65

The First Japanese Bulldozer
The Komatsu G40 was produced for the Japanese Navy during WWII and had the distinction of being Japan's first ever domestically-produced bulldozer. It was developed as a means to speed up airfield construction, which had up to that point been done by hand.

TAMIYA "Mtl.SPW. Sd.Kfz.251/1 Ausf.D" 1/48 Scale Military Miniature Vehicle Series

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TAMIYA Military Miniature Vehicle Series No.64

The Reliable Feet of the Mechanized Infantry
During the early stages of WWII, the Sd.Kfz. 251/1 half-track produced by Hanomag was greatly involved in the German success of the Blitzkreig style warfare. Seen carrying various kinds of loads such as ordnance and equipment, the one often seen on many frontlines was the infantry carrier which could accommodate 12 passengers including the driver and commander.

TAMIYA "U.S. MODERN 4x4 UTILITY VEHICLE CARGO TYPE" 1/48 Scale Military Miniature Vehicle Series

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TAMIYA Military Miniature Vehicle Series No.63

Securing the Way
First appearing in 1985, multi-purpose vehicles have been used by various U.S. military units. Depending on the body type and fitted equipment, they can also perform a wide range of roles. Among these vehicles, the cargo carrier type has the greatest number of productions and is greatly used in cargo/troop transport duties.

TAMIYA "BRITISH LIGHT UTILITY CAR 10HP" 1/48 Scale Military Miniature Vehicle Series

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TAMIYA Military Miniature Vehicle Series No.62
The Excellent Battlefield Supporter
During WWII, the British military commissioned various types of civilian pick-up trucks into military service. These "Light Utility Cars" regardless of the make, brand, and year of production were all pressed into service and were thought of affectionately by British personnel. The average "Light Utility Car" was powered by a 30HP motor and could be seen at various fronts.

TAMIYA "WWII GERMAN AFRICA CORPS INFANTRY SET" 1/48 Scale Military Miniature Vehicle Series

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TAMIYA Military Miniature Vehicle Series No.61

At the beginning of WWII, the Italian army invaded and attacked Egypt but received severe defeats from British-led counterattacks. Due to this, Field Commander Rommel was sent to North Africa to save the situation. It was decided that two German divisions would support their Italian counterparts in the invasion of English-held Egypt, which resulted in a complete and utter defeat for the defending English forces. Always commanding from the frontlines, Rommel and his African Corps chased the British troops, eventually cornering them at the Egyptian border. With Rommel's success, he was both respected and feared by the English-led forces and was called "the Desert Fox" for his skillful desert campaigns.

TAMIYA "GERMAN TANK DESTROYER MARDER III" 1/48 Scale Military Miniature Vehicle Series

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TAMIYA Military Miniature Vehicle Series No.60

The Open-Top Tank Killer
In June 1941, Germans invading Russia unexpectedly came across heavy armored and formidable foes in the T34 and KV-1 tanks. To counter these tanks, Germany's main force of the Panzer III and IV tanks were reinforced and along with new tanks were used in anti-tank roles. Built on the very reliable Czech 38(t) hull, the Marder III featured a captured Russian 7.62cm gun which could knock out tanks with 122mm thick armor at the range of 1000m. From April 1942 to the end of 1943, over 350 units were built and they were deployed with the anti-tank corps and showed its power at every front from North Africa to Russia.