New soon – test building according to the working version of instructions and camo side views. A standard German fire truck used by firefighters, Wehrmacht and Luftwaffe during World War II and after the war in the European civilian and military sectors for many decades. Many cars remained in Europe in running conditions in old-timer … Read more
Today we bring camouflages and box art of our following new kit. The model will again have PE, resin and 3D details. Polish troops used the Humber Armored Car as a regular equipment of the reconnaissance units. In the Czechoslovak Armored Brigade, on the other hand, only one car was acquired in a curious way. … Read more
Unfortunately, thanks to covid, we again experienced delays in preparing the news. But the work continued. This model will be the first to have 3D printed parts – barrels and headlight covers. The first box will of course contain PE parts and casted parts as well. The Humber Armored Car Mk.IV was the most widely … Read more
In January, we launch new sets of masks for models of combat equipment. They are made in cooperation with the Omask company. They allow not only to mask the glass when airbrushing the model. They will also help you with the patination of the model. This is because masks for wiper traces are available in … Read more
https://attack-kits.eu/l1500a-personnel-carrier-west-south-europe.html Shortly after the start of production of the “standardised” light truck with the military designation L1500 – in versions A as 4×4 and S as simpler 4×2, other versions were developed using the same chassis. Version 4×4 marked as L1500A began to be used more and more for the production of cars designed to … Read more
Company “Phänomen” supplied the German army with several series of passenger cars, collectively referred to as the “Kübelwagen”. Many of them were used to transport officers or teams, but due to the lack of heavier vehicles, these vehicles were also used at the beginning of WWII in infantry divisions to tow light anti-tank guns PaK … Read more
Attack Hobby Kits will bring few new plastic models 1:72 on the market during the end of May/ beginning of June 2020.
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