#35322 Scale Israeli Tank M1 Super Sherman - Tamiya 1/35
Over 50,000 Shermans of all types were produced during WWII. The Shermans which the IDF (Israeli Defense Force) initially procured from various sources were a mix of different variants featuring different hulls, turrets, suspensions, and armaments. However, Israel was eventually able to negotiate the purchase of about 250 M4A1 and M4A3 Shermans from France, and these were armed with the M1A1/A2 76.2mm main gun which could better counter the Arab armies' Russian made T-34-85s. Shermans were also produced with two different types of suspension: VVSS (Vertical Volute Spring Suspension) and HVSS (Horizontal Volute Spring Suspension). The latter offered better performance and the IDF eventually modified their tanks to the HVSS standard. Thus the IDF designated its 76.2mm gun-armed HVSS-equipped Shermans as M1 Super Shermans and many of these saw their first action during the Sinai Campaign in 1956.
Specs and Features
1/35 scale plastic assembly kit model of the Israeli M1 Super Sherman.
The late type turret, which was equipped with a one-piece loader's hatch and a muzzle brake, is accurately reproduced based on the thorough study of an actual vehicle.
Cast hull is precisely rendered.
VVSS type suspension
Belt-type tracks included to depict the T54E1 type found on the actual M1 Super Sherman.
Comes with 2 crew figures and 3 types of markings.
Despite having taken the 1983 500cc Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix Riders' Championship (their first since 1967) on the 2-stroke V3 engine NS500, Honda were not satisfied with their motor and felt that more power would be required. Thus, the Japanese motorcycle giant came up with a single-crankshaft V4 design engine which was used in their 1984 entry. It featured a unique aluminum frame to house the engine and a radical layout in which the expansion chambers and the fuel tank were positioned above and below the engine respectively. The bike would go on to compete in road races over the next 19 years, and now appears as a 1/12 scale model in the Tamiya line-up.
About the Model
This is a 1/35 scale model of the Japanese Army Type 1 Self-Propelled Gun.
Set includes 2 soldier figures in a relaxed position and 2 officers wearing helmets.
The 4 soldier figures are products of Finemold.
Decals such as insignias are included.
This is a 1/12 scale plastic assembly kit model of the Kawasaki GPZ400R, which was released in February 1985. Famous features of the Kawasaki such as the front cowling and headlight and the sophisticated aerodynamic full fairing body are faithfully reproduced. The liquid-cooled 4-cylinder DOHC engine including the carburetors, sparkplugs, and radiator have been precisely finished. Kawasaki’s distinctive unitrack rear suspension system has also been faithfully reproduced and is movable to allow you to understand the motorcycle’s mechanisms. Seat cowl parts are also included to allow you to depict one or two seater motorcycle.
#14131 Kawasaki Ninja H2R - Tamiya 1/12
This 1/12 scale assembly model kit recreates Kawasaki's hyper-powerful Ninja H2R bike, a track-only monster that the famed Japanese manufacturer announced in 2015. The Ninja H2R was developed with input from many of the companies in the larger Kawasaki Heavy Industry group, and its name is a composite of two legendary Kawasaki bikes: the famed Ninja and the H2R. The Ninja H2R not only looks the part with a combination of bare carbon fiber and exquisite mirrored finish black chrome parts, it also has mind-blowing specs. It generates a hair-raising 300hp-plus from its supercharged 998cc inline-4, which it translates into other-worldly acceleration. It is also chock-full of up-to-date electronics for the track: traction control, engine brake control and more.
#14004 Yamaha RZ350 Motorcycle No.004 - Tamiya 1/12 The full size RZ350 was released in February 1981 in the Japanese market. The engine was attached to the frame by two orthogonal mounts, which resulted in a lighter frame design with a dry weight of just 143kg. Due to its high performance, which allowed it to take on larger 750cc displacement bikes, the bike was given the Japanese nickname "750-killer." The Tamiya 1/12 model faithfully replicates the full size bike in every detail.
About the model
1/12 Scale Model
Double cradle frame and monocross suspension are accurately reproduced.
Vinyl tubing included to depict brake and meter cables, etc.
Synthetic rubber tires with realistic tread pattern.
Steerable front wheel.
The model can be depicted either with or without front cowling.
High-quality Cartograf decals included.