72932 Marmon Herrington Mk.II with Pak 36

Attack 72932 Marmon Herrington Mk.II with PaK 36 box art

History The South African armoured vehicle, also known as Marmon Herrington, was originally created as a temporary solution. Even before the outbreak of World War II, the South African government was afraid of being cut off from supplies of armament from Britain or other states. That’s why an interesting armoured car was built, built on … Read more 72932 Marmon Herrington Mk.II with Pak 36

72917 Marmon Herrington Mk.II MFF double pack – 1x full interior including engine

One of our February news is a kit of South African armored vehicle 72917 Marmon Herrington Mk.II MFF double pack – 1x full interior including engine. The armored car is better known under the name of an American axle supplier as Marmon Herrington. The model builds on our successful range of models of the Mk.II … Read more 72917 Marmon Herrington Mk.II MFF double pack – 1x full interior including engine

“Small Blitz” – German light truck Type 2,5-32

Plastic model 1:72 Attack Hobby Kits - Wehrmacht Light Truck 2,5-32

History The name Blitz is more closely associated with the legendary German three-ton truck. In addition, however, the manufacturer from Rüsselsheim was also used for a light truck with a load capacity of 1.5 tons, which had been also offered to the Wehrmacht in the early 1930s. Finally, its production ran in parallel with the … Read more “Small Blitz” – German light truck Type 2,5-32

Marmon Herrington Mk.II ME/MFF – captured

During the fighting in North Africa, both sides of the conflict used high variety of captured vehicles, including Marmon Herrington – South African armored vehicles. These vehicles were more than adequate for desert areas. In addition to high speed and fairly strong armament, these vehicles were also known for their resilience and reliability. These properties … Read more Marmon Herrington Mk.II ME/MFF – captured