Revell 1:35 - Armoured Scout Vehicle P204 (f) - Plastic Model Kit #03259
The Panhard 178 or "Pan-Pan" was a French four-cylinder armoured car designed for the French Cavalry in 1932 and aimed to function as a long-range scout vehicle. It had room for four crew members and was fitted with 25 mm armament and 7.5 mm machine gun.
As a reconnaissance car, the Panhard 178 was rather small, only 4.8 m long and 2.3 m high. Despite its weight of over 8 tonnes, the vehicle was still able to reach speeds of over 70 km/h. However, its off-road speed was limited to 42 km/h.
At the outbreak of the Second World War a number of Panhards were captured by German troops and renamed Panzerspähwagen P204 (f). In 1941 at least 190 units were manufactured for use in Operation Barbarossa.
The Panhard 178 design was considered advanced for its time and remained modern long after the war. It was the first four-cylinder armoured car mass-produced in France.
Total parts: 158
Skill Level: 4
Release date: 01/2017
- Rotating turret with detailed interior
- Representation of the driving position and engine
- Rubber tyres
- Authentic decal set for following versions: Wehrmacht, Operation Barbarossa, Eastern Front, Russia, 1941-1942 and Wehrmacht, Anti-Partisan Role, France, 1944
Revell 1:35 - German Sd.Kfz.167 StuG IV - Plastic Model Kit #03255
The Sturmgeschütz IV, shortened to StuG IV or Sd.Kfz.167, was a German assault gun designed on the basis of the Panzer IV in the last years of the Second World War. The main role of the StuG IV on the battlefield was the same anti-tank role of its predecessor the StuG III. The use of StuG IV guns was a considerable support to the weakening German forces on both fronts.
The StuG IV was practically identical to its predecessor, however it was a bit lighter, which in view of the limited resources was a great advantage. Its armament consisted of a 7.5cm StuK 40 L / 48 assault cannon and 7.92mm MG 34 machine gun. In the period between December 1943 and May 1945 over a thousand of StuG IVs were built. The gun was proved effective against both Soviet and Allied tanks.
- Total parts: 293
- Skill Level: 4
- Length: 191mm
- Easy to assemble
- Elevating cannon
- Removable side skirts
- One figure included
- 17th Panzer Grenadier Division 'Götz von Berlichingen', Normandy (France), June 1944
- Unknown Unit, Operation Bagration, Russia, July 1944
Revell 1:35 - German Staff Car Type 82E - Plastic Model Kit #03247
The German Staff Car Type 82, also known as Volkswagen Kübelwagen, was a light combat vehicle developed by Ferdinand Porsche and produced by Volkswagen during World War II for the needs of the German armed forces.
The first prototype designed in 1938 was designated Type 62. Due to its light weight and strong off-road characteristics, the vehicle was approved for further development. In 1939 first pre-production models were put to the test during the invasion of Poland. In general, the vehicle performed well on the battlefield, however some changes were required. The improvements concerned the lowest speed - it was reduced from 8 km/h to 4 km/h. The new version was named Type 82.
The Type 82 extensive production started in 1940 and lasted till the end of the war. A few modified models appeared during that period including Type 82E. It had the traditional Volkswagen Beetle body instead of the box-shaped standard one. Also, the Type 82E was powered with the air-cooled flat 4-cylinder engine.
By the end of the production in 1945, over 50 thousand Kübelwagen vehicles were built. Type 82 is considered one of the most useful and dependable vehicles of WWII.
Total parts: 66
Skill Level: 4
- A single-piece body
- Fully detailed interior
- Three sets of decals
Revell 1:35 - LCM3 50ft Landing Craft & Jeep - Plastic Model Kit #03000
June 6, 1944, best known as "D-Day", was one of the crucial days of the Second World War, the day when the Allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy. At the landing light vehicles and some other cargos were carried ashore from the LCM3 50ft landing crafts which had been widely used by British and American naval forces since 1942. Cargo capacity of those crafts was up to 30 tonnes. As for the vehicles, the most common cars employed during the war were all-wheel-drive jeeps. Those jeeps were often brought ashore from landing crafts to the coast by the soldiers for the purpose of transportation.
Includes: LCM-3, jeep, 6 figures, movable bow ramp, detailed stand, true-to-original reproduction of propelling screw, two movable MG mounts, numerous accessories such as fuel drums and life buoys, two sets of decals.
Total parts: 291
Skill Level: 5 (Very Challenging)
Main: 36109, 36135, 36136, 36145, 36146, 36156, 36178, 36186
Optional: 36105, 36176, 36106, 36186, 36154, 36189, 36157, 36382, 36130, 36191, 36183, 36179, 36188
Revell 1:35 - M34 Tactical Truck & Off Road Vehicle - Plastic Model Kit #03260
The M34/35 series of trucks originated in 1949 and became one of the most successful series of trucks used by the US military. The first in the family was the M34 - a 2.5 ton all-wheel-drive off-road truck. Manufacturing of the M34 began in 1950 and this closely followed by the development of the M35 truck.
These trucks served in Vietnam and remained in service with various modifications until the late 1990s. Being 2.5 ton trucks, they were often called "deuce and a half" just like their WWII predecessor GMC CCKW.
- M34 Truck with many surface details
- Detailed off-road vehicle
- Removable tarpaulin
- Flatbed construction with benches
- Rubber tyres
- Detailed chassis
Versions for M34:
- M34 2,5t Truck, US Army, 77th Transportation Company, 106th Transportation Battalion, La Rochelle, France, 1957
- M34 2,5t Truck, Spanish Army, Melilla, North Africa, 1976
Versions for the off-road vehicle:
- Off-Road Vehicle, US Army, 77th Transportation Company, 106th Transportation Battalion, La Rochelle, France, 1957
- Off-Road Vehicle, US Marine Corps, Lebanon, 1950's
Total parts: 98
Skill level: 4
Release date: 09/2017
Revell 1:35 - Sd.Kfz. 184 Tank Hunter "Elefant" - Plastic Model Kit #03254
The Elefant was a heavy tank destroyer produced by the Porsche car company in 1943. The initial version was named "Ferdinand" after its designer Ferdinand Porsche.
The Ferdinand was modified after its debut in the Battle of Kursk during which a number of flaws were revealed. The improvements mainly concerned the construction of the tank and its armament. The vehicle was supplemented with a commander's cupola and a layer of front armour. Also, it was additionally armed with a MG 34 machine gun and covered with Zimmerit. The advanced model was renamed "Elefant". Officially it was known as Panzerjäger Tiger (P) or Sd.Kfz. 184.
Today one of these vehicles is on show at the Kubinka Tank Museum in Russia, and another belongs to the United States Army Ordnance Museum. These two tanks are the only samples of the series that survived the war.
Total parts: 238
Skill Level: 4
Appearance date: 01/2017
- Easy-to-assemble vinyl tracks
- Elevating gun
- Turret hatches can be mounted in the open or closed position
- Kit contains three figures
- Authentic decal set for following versions:
1st Company of the 653rd Heavy Panzerjäger Battalion, Soriano al Cimino, Italy, 27/06/1944
2nd/3rd Company of the 653rd Heavy Panzerjäger Battalion, Eastern Front, Russia/Poland, 1944
Revell 1:35 - SPz Marder IA3 Infantry Fighting Vehicle - Plastic Model Kit #03261
The German Marder is an infantry fighting vehicle which has served as the main weapon of the Panzergrenadiere since the 1970s. The Marder 1A3 has been the most commonly used version of the vehicle in service with the Bundeswehr. It is equipped with the 20 mm Rheinmetall MK 20 Rh202 autocannon as its main armament, and a 7.62 mm MG3 machine gun is mounted to the left of the cannon. The vehicle normally carries six missiles and a MILAN missile launcher can be attached to its turret. Marder 1A1 and 1A2 also had two gun ports on each side of the vehicle for additional fire against infantry targets. The 1A3 version has an extra layer of armour and storage boxes on the outside, and therefore does not have the gun ports.
The Marder has proven to be a successful IFV, but the aging design is currently being replaced by the Puma. The replacement began in 2010 and is scheduled to be completed by 2020.
This kit includes 182 parts.
Revell 1:35 - Tiger II Ausf. B (Henschel Turret) - Plastic Model Kit #03249
Tiger II was a German heavy tank of the Second World War officially designated the Panzerkampfwagen Tiger Ausf. B. Based on the Tiger I, the Tiger II combined the thick armour of its predecessor and the armour slope of the Panther medium tank. The maximum thickness of its front armour was 185 mm and the weight reached 70 tonnes. The armament consisted of the long barrelled 8.8 cm KwK 43 L/71 gun which proved to be efficient against all Allied tanks.
The initial design of the Tiger II was developed in 1937 by the Henschel company. It featured a hull with sloped armour, a rear-mounted engine and overlapping steel-tired road wheels, 80 cm in diameter. Another design was developed by Porsche in 1939, but it was declined due to large production costs.
The Tiger II first saw combat during the Battle of Normandy in 1944. On the Eastern Front it was first used by the 501st Heavy Panzer Battalion. Fortunately for the Allies, German plants suffered great losses because of the Allied bombing, so a relatively small number of Tiger II's were built. Mass production ran from 1944 to the end of the war and only 492 units were produced during that period.
- Total parts: 250
- Skill Level: 4
- Length: 293mm
- Chassis with torsion bar suspension and easy to mount tracks
- Rotating turret and elevating gun
- Hatches that can be mounted open or closed
- Two sets of decals
Revell 1:35 - WWI Infantry German, British and French - Plastic Model Kit #02451
The kit contains twelve figures, split into three groups representing German, British and French infantrymen of WWI. Each group is made up of four figures, one officer and three soldiers. All figures are dressed in early WWI uniforms. Personal equipment and armament are provided including rifles, bayonets, pistols, machine guns, stick grenades, spades, wire cutters, ammunition pouches and more.
Total parts: 451
Number of Figures: 12
Skill Level: 4
- WWI equipment and uniforms
- Authentic poses
- Finely detailed faces
You can download an instruction sheet here.
Revell Glues - Contacta Professional 25g Needle - RV39604
Revell Contacta Professional is designed for pin-point accurate bonding. The extra-fine hollow needle allows for micro-fine glueing of tiny details and clear part edges.
Revell Glues - Plasto Body Putty - RV39607
Modelling mistakes, joins and cracks can be touched up and concealed using Revel Plasto putty. Once dry, the surface needs to be smoothed down.
Revell Tools - Hand Drill will three drill bits - RV39064
This hand drill from Revell is a useful modelling tool that can be used for drilling holes in plastic and resin models. Hand drills are easy to control; they are perfect for plastic models whereas motorised drills may melt through the plastic instead of drilling.
Includes: Hand drill with three drill bits - 0.7 mm, 1.0 mm, 1.3 mm