Tuesday, 27 November 2012

revell new release 172

Both the Cromwell Mk. IV and the Mk. V were equipped with the 75 mm QF Mk V/VA cannon and two machine guns. The cannon was based on the 6-pounder gun and was modified to fire American ammunition. The Meteor engine developed 600 hp and enabled the Cromwell to reach a maximum road speed of 65 km/h.

- Authentic reproduction of finest surface details
- Rotating turret
- Injection moulded tracks with individual links and segments
- Optional hedgerow cutter

Authentic decals for two vehicles:
- 2nd Sq., 2nd Battalion, Reconnaissance Regiment of the Welsh Guards Armoured Division, Normandy, France, summer 1944
- Div. HQ of 11th Armoured Division, Normandy, France, June 1944

Friday, 9 November 2012


The Handley Page 0/400 was one of the first heavy bombers used by Great Britain during the First World War. Succeeding its predecessor, the Handley Page 0/100, the 0/400 proved to be an effective and ultimately famous aircraft. Entering service in April 1918, the 0/400 was able to carry a single 1,650lb bomb and often operated in formations of up to 40 aircraft, firstly during the day, then later increasingly at night. Handley Page 0/400 (A06007)new version .