Army Tanks

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  1. M4 Sherman Allied Medium Tank

    M4 Sherman Allied Medium Tank

    S$262.50

    The M4 Sherman was the workhorse medium tank of US and western Allied forces during World War II.

  2. Panzer III Ausf L with KwK 39 L/60 Gun

    Panzer III Ausf L with KwK 39 L/60 Gun

    S$300.00

    Designed to be Germany's tanks for fighting other tanks, the Panzer III saw it's successful battlefield debut during the invasion of Poland.

  3. Easy Eight Sherman M4A3E8(76)W HVSS (Black Box Premium Kit)

    Easy Eight Sherman M4A3E8(76)W HVSS (Black Box Premium Kit)

    S$442.50

    “Easy Eight” was the nickname for the final World War II production model of the famous American Sherman Tank.

  4. Micro Brick Battle - Panzer III Micro-Tank

    Micro Brick Battle - Panzer III Micro-Tank

    S$24.00
    Add our official Panzer III Micro-tank to your arsenal for our Micro Brick Battle tabletop game. This kit includes the parts and instructions to build the game piece, as well as an exclusive Panzer III Micro-tank collectible game card for our upcoming Bricks of War card game.
  5. Panzer IV Ausf D - German Infantry Support Tank

    Panzer IV Ausf D - German Infantry Support Tank

    S$307.50
    The Panzer IV was a German medium tank developed in the late 1930s and used extensively during WWII. It was the most widely manufactured German tank, with some 8,500 units built. The first mass-produced version of the Panzer IV was the Ausf. A in 1936. It was powered by Maybach’s HL 108TR which produced 250 PS and used the SGR 75 transmission with five forward gears and one reverse, achieving a maximum road speed of 19.26 mph. The Panzer IV was originally intended to be used only on a limited scale, so initially Krupp was the sole manufacturer. Production ramped up year after year during WWII, reaching its height in 1944 with 3,125 Ausf. H-J variants manufactured. The Panzer IV was the only German tank to remain in both production and combat throughout WWII, and measured over the entire war it comprised 30% of the Wehrmacht’s total tank strength. It is estimated that combat against Soviet forces accounted for 6,153 Panzer IVs, or about 75% of all Panzer IV losses during the war. Following WWII, numerous countries bought remaining supplies of Panzer IV tanks for their own armies. Specifications: Crew: 5 (commander, gunner, loader, driver, radio operator/bow machine-gunner) Armor: Hull front – 80 mm; Hull side – 30 mm; Hull rear – 20 mm; Hull roof and floor: 10 mm Main armament: 7.5 cm (2.95 in) KwK 40 L/48 main gun (87 rounds) Secondary armament: 2 x 7.92 mm MG 34 machine guns (3,150 rounds) Engine: Maybach HL 120 TRM 12-cylinder gasoline engine Operational range: 120 mi Speed: 24-26 mph maximum; 16 mph maximum sustained road speed; 9.9 mph off-road The Panzer IV Ausf D comes with the following features: Articulated 1.5 wide Brickmania TrackLinks® Fully rotating turret with posable main gun Three opening hatches and a retractable antenna Custom printed Panzer Commander minifigure and WW2 German insignia Bricks Includes a MG34 Machine Gun from BrickArms® 1/35 scale to match other Brickmania models. Includes 603 genuine new-condition LEGO® bricks, Brickmania Track Links† and BrickArms® elements Intermediate Skill Level (4-6 years of experience with LEGO is recommended) All Brickmania model kits are made of new-condition LEGO bricks. This model comes disassembled and includes complete printed building instructions and comes packaged in a sealed box. This is a limited edition kit and production may be discontinued at any time.
  6. Panther Ausf G with Ambush Camouflage

    Panther Ausf G with Ambush Camouflage

    S$682.50
    The Panther was a German medium tank deployed during WWII on the Eastern and Western fronts in Europe from mid-1943 to the war’s end in 1945. The Panther was intended to counter the Soviet T-34 and to replace the Panzer III and Panzer IV. Nevertheless, it served alongside the Panzer IV and the heavier Tiger I until the end of the war. It is considered one of the best tanks in WWII for its excellent firepower and protection, though its reliability was less impressive. The Panther was a compromise. While having essentially the same engine as the Tiger I, it had more efficient frontal hull armor, better gun penetration, was lighter and faster, and could traverse through rough terrain better than the Tiger I. The trade-off was weaker side armor, which made it vulnerable to flanking fire. In addition, the Panther was far cheaper to produce than the Tiger I, and only slightly more expensive than the Panzer IV. Despite being classified as a medium tank by the Germans, it was known as a heavy tank to the Allied forces due to its thick armor, powerful gun, and weight similar to the heavy tanks used by the Allied nations. Specifications: Weight: 44.8 tons Crew: 5 (driver, radio-operator/hull machine gunner, commander, gunner, loader) Armor: 80 mm Main armament: 1 x 7.5 cm KwK 42 L/70 (79 rounds) Secondary armament: 2 x 7.92 mm MG 34 machine guns (5,100 rounds) Engine: V-12 petrol Maybach HL230 P30 Operational range: 160 mi Speed: 34 mph (first models); 29 mph (later models) The Panther Ausf G with Ambush Camouflage kit comes with the following features: Historically correct, late war "Ambush Camouflage" pattern on the hull and turret Three Panther crewman with "DOT44" pattern uniforms and printed hats Detailed interior with Maybach engine and seats for the driver and hull machine gunner Four opening hatches for crew and engine access BrickArms MG34 with Saddle Drum for anti-aircraft protection 1/35 scale to match other Brickmania models. Includes 823 genuine new-condition LEGO® bricks and BrickArms® elements Advanced Skill Level (6-8 years of experience with LEGO is recommended) All Brickmania model kits are made of new-condition LEGO bricks. This model comes disassembled and includes complete printed building instructions and comes packaged in a sealed box. This is a limited edition kit and production may be discontinued at any time.
  7. Micro Brick Battle - Panther Micro-Tank

    Micro Brick Battle - Panther Micro-Tank

    S$30.00
    Add our official Panther Micro-tank to your arsenal for our Micro Brick Battle tabletop game. This kit includes the parts and instructions to build the game piece, as well as an exclusive Panther Micro-tank collectible game card for our upcoming Bricks of War card game.
  8. Churchill Crocodile Heavy Tank

    Churchill Crocodile Heavy Tank

    S$472.50
    The Churchill Crocodile was a British flame-throwing variant of the Churchill Mark VII tank. They began production in October 1943, in time for the Normandy invasion. From early in the war there had been experiments with mounting flamethrowers on British vehicles. General Percy Hobart saw the Crocodile demonstration in 1943 and pressured the MoS to produce a development plan. Shortly after, the Chief of the General Staff added the flamethrowers to the 79th Division plan. The flamethrower equipment was produced as a kit that REME workshops could install in the field, converting any available Churchill Mk VII to a Crocodile. The conversion kit included the trailer which held the fuel, an armored pipe fitted along the underside of the tank, and the projector. With the flamethrower’s short range of up to 120 yards, the Crocodile was a specialized weapon. The fuel burned on water and could be used to set fire to woods and houses. The flamethrower could project a "wet" burst of unlit fuel, which would splash around corners in trenches or strongpoints, and then be ignited with a second burst. It was used so successfully against German bunkers that many surrendered after the first ranging shots. Specifications: Crew: 5 Units produced: 800 Engine: Bedford Twin-Six gasoline Armor: 152 mm hull and turret front; 95 mm hull sides and turret sides; 51 mm hull rear Armament: 75 mm ordnance QF main gun, flame projector unit Ammunition: 84 x 75 mm projectiles, 400 x gallons of flamer fuel Operational range: 56 mi Speed: 15 mph The Churchill Crocodile Heavy Tank kit comes with the following features: 360 degree rotating turret Custom-printed WWII British Tank Commander Operational hatches Working gun elevation Double-wide Track Links Detachable armored fuel trailer with stabilizers 8 Printed elements 1/35 scale to match other Brickmania models Designed by Yitzy Kasowitz Includes 765 genuine new-condition LEGO® bricks and BrickArms® elements Intermediate Skill Level (4-6 years of experience with LEGO is recommended) All Brickmania model kits are made of new-condition LEGO bricks. This model comes disassembled and includes complete printed building instructions and comes packaged in a sealed box. This is a limited edition kit and production may be discontinued at any time.
  9. Micro Brick Battle - Churchill Micro-Tank

    Micro Brick Battle - Churchill Micro-Tank

    S$30.00
    Add our official Churchill Tank to your arsenal for our Micro Brick Battle tabletop game. This kit includes the parts and instructions to build the game piece, as well as an exclusive Churchill Micro-tank collectible game card for our upcoming Bricks of War card game.
  10. Micro Brick Battle - Marder III Ausf M Micro-Tank

    Micro Brick Battle - Marder III Ausf M Micro-Tank

    S$21.00
    Add our official Marder III Ausf M to your arsenal for our Micro Brick Battle tabletop game. This kit includes the parts and instructions to build the game piece, as well as an exclusive Marder III Ausf M collectible game card for our upcoming Bricks of War card game.
  11. Micro Brick Battle - Somua S35 Micro-Tank

    Micro Brick Battle - Somua S35 Micro-Tank

    S$18.00
    Add our official Somua S35 Micro-tank to your arsenal for our Micro Brick Battle tabletop game. This kit includes the parts and instructions to build the game piece, as well as an exclusive Somua S35 Micro-tank collectible game card for our upcoming Bricks of War card game.
  12. Somua S35 - WWII French Cavalry Tank

    Somua S35 - WWII French Cavalry Tank

    S$270.00
    The Somua was a French Cavalry tank used during WWII, built from 1936 until 1940 to equip the armored divisions of the Cavalry. It was a relatively agile medium-weight tank, superior in armor and armament to its French and foreign competitors. It was constructed from well-sloped, mainly cast, armor sections that made it expensive to produce and time-consuming to maintain. During the German invasion of May 1940, the Somua S35 proved itself to be a tactically effective type, but this was negated by the French command’s strategic mistakes in deploying Cavalry armored divisions. After the defeat of France in June 1940, production was limited to about 440. Captured Somua S35s were used by the Axis powers, some of them on the Eastern Front. Specifications: Weight: 19.5 tons Crew: 3 (driver, radio operator/purveyor, commander/gunner) Armor: 47 mm (hull front), 42 mm (turret front), 40 mm (hull sides and turret sides), 20 mm (top) Main armament: 47 mm SA 35 gun Secondary armament: 7.5 mm Miltrailleuse mle 1931 optionally coaxial Engine: SOMUA V-8 petrol Operational range: 130 km (off-road), 230 km (on-road) Speed: 25.3 mph, 20.0 mph (off-road) The Somua S35 comes with the following features: Custom-printed WWII French Tank Commander Four custom-printed elements Opening commander's hatch Opening tank crewman's hatch Two removable upper hull locations Working gun elevation Fits tank crewman (driver/radio operator) Designed by Yitzy Kasowitz 1/35 scale to match other Brickmania models. Includes 468 genuine new-condition LEGO® bricks and BrickArms® elements Intermediate Skill Level (4-6 years of experience with LEGO is recommended) All Brickmania model kits are made of new-condition LEGO bricks. This model comes disassembled and includes complete printed building instructions and comes packaged in a sealed box. This is a limited edition kit and production may be discontinued at any time.
  13. Micro Brick Battle - Renault R35 Micro-Tank

    Micro Brick Battle - Renault R35 Micro-Tank

    S$21.00
    Add our official Renault R35 Micro-tank to your arsenal for our Micro Brick Battle tabletop game. This kit includes the parts and instructions to build the game piece, as well as an exclusive Renault R35 Micro-tank collectible game card for our upcoming Bricks of War card game.
  14. Micro Brick Battle - Panzer II Micro-Tank

    Micro Brick Battle - Panzer II Micro-Tank

    S$18.00
    Add our official Panzer II Micro-tank to your arsenal for our Micro Brick Battle tabletop game. This kit includes the parts and instructions to build the game piece, as well as an exclusive Panzer II collectible game card for our upcoming Bricks of War card game.
  15. PzKfz VI King Tiger

    PzKfz VI King Tiger

    S$712.50
    The Tiger II is a German heavy tank used during WWII. It was the successor to the Tiger I, combining the latter’s thick armor with the armor sloping used on the Panther medium tank. The tank weighed almost 70 tons and was protected by 100-185 mm of armor to the front. It was armed with the long barreled 8.8 cm KwK 43 L/71 anti-tank cannon, and the chassis was also the basis for the Jagtiger turretless tank destroyer. The Tiger II was issued to heavy tank battalions of the Army and the Waffen-SS. It was first used in combat during the Invasion of Normandy on July 11, 1944. Development for the tank started as far back as 1937. Two design contracts were in competition for production, with Henschel officially winning and subsequently producing all Tiger IIs. Two turret designs were used in production vehicles. The Tiger II was developed late in the war and built in relatively small numbers. Orders were placed for 1,500 Tiger IIs but production was severely disrupted by Allied bombing. Only 492 units were produced by the end of the war. The Tiger II was remarkably agile for such a heavy vehicle, with contemporary German records noting the tactical mobility was as good or better than most German or Allied tanks. There are several surviving Tiger II units at museums across the world. Specifications: Weight: 68.5 tons (early turret); 69.8 tons (production turret) Crew: 5 (commander, gunner, loader, radio operator, driver) Armor: 25-185 mm (1-7 in) Main armament: 1x 8.8 cm KeK 43 L/71 “Porsche” turret: 80 rounds; Production turret: 86 rounds Secondary armament: 2x 7.92 mm Maschinengewehr 34 w/ 5,850 rounds Engine: V12 Maybach HL 230 P30 gasoline Transmission: Maybach OLVAR EG 40 12 16 B (8 forward and 4 reverse) Operational range: Road – 110 mi; cross country – 75 mi Maximum speed: 25.8 mph (road); 9.3-12.4 mph (cross country) Additional information about this Brickmania custom building kit: PzKfz VI King Tiger comes with the following features: Fully rotating turret, posable main gun, plus AA mounted MG-34 for the commander Detailed engine compartment and seats for tank drivers Includes one fully printed “Dot 44” camouflage Panzer Commander minifigure Custom printed “Balkenkruez” tiles plus a sticker sheet with six different sets of turret numbers Designed by Daniel Siskind 1/35 scale to match other Brickmania models. Includes 1028 genuine new-condition LEGO® bricks and BrickArms® elements Advanced Skill Level (6-8 years experience with LEGO is recommended) All Brickmania model kits are made of new-condition LEGO bricks. This model comes disassembled and includes complete printed building instructions and comes packaged in a sealed box. This is a limited edition kit and production may be discontinued at any time.
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