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  1. Kubelwagen Tan Deutsches Afrika Korps Edition

    Kubelwagen Tan Deutsches Afrika Korps Edition

    S$120.00

    The Kübelwagen was a light utility car used by the German armed forces during World War II.

  2. SdKfz10 with PAK 36 and DAK Crew

    SdKfz10 with PAK 36 and DAK Crew

    S$430.00

    The SdKfz (Sonderkraftfahrzeug) 10 was a German utility halftrack that saw widespread use throughout World War II.

  3. Bren Carrier LP2 with 2 Pounder AT Gun

    Bren Carrier LP2 with 2 Pounder AT Gun

    S$225.00

    The Universal Carrier was the most widely produced tracked military vehicle used by British and Commonwealth forces during World War II and beyond.

  4. M35A2 Truck - Task Force Ranger Vehicle

    M35A2 Truck - Task Force Ranger Vehicle

    S$260.00

    The M35A2 is part of a long series of American Motors built "Deuce and Half" trucks used by the United States Army from the 1950s into the 21st century. 

  5. M1025 HMMWV Task Force Ranger Vehicle

    M1025 HMMWV Task Force Ranger Vehicle

    S$250.00

    Since the late 1980s, the HMMWV ("Humvee") has been the backbone of the US military's utility vehicle and light weapons carrier fleet, serving in all theaters of operation in dozens of uses.

  6. Schwimmwagen - Amphibious 4 x 4 Utility Car

    Schwimmwagen - Amphibious 4 x 4 Utility Car

    S$60.00

    The Schwimmwagen (literally "swimming car") was an amphibious 4x4 utility car used extensively by the German army and SS during World War II.

  7. M3A1 Half Track Armored Troop Carrier

    M3A1 Half Track Armored Troop Carrier

    S$350.00

    The M3A1 Half Track was main troop transport vehicle for the US Army armored infantry during World War II and the Korean War.

  8. MEU HMWWV Force Recon Team

    MEU HMWWV Force Recon Team

    S$270.00

    This rugged Humvee is equipped for long-range reconnaissance duties and includes a squad of four eagle-eyed Force Recon scouts from the Marine Expeditionary Unit.

  9. BMP-1 (IRAQ)

    BMP-1 (IRAQ)

    S$318.00
    The BMP-1 is a fully amphibious tracked vehicle, with a front-engined chassis developed especially for it, a welded steel hull with a sharp, sloping front with a conspicuously ridged surface, a centrally located, flat, truncated cone turret and a troop compartment at the rear. Prior to the first Gulf War, Iraq bought around 1,000 BMP-1s and 800 BMP-2s. he first vehicles were bought by Iraq from the USSR in the 1970s. Iraq also developed two upgrades for the BMP-1 and one armored ambulance conversion. The vehicle was mainly used by the Iraqi Republican Guard. Numerous flaws existed with the design of the BMP-1, which did not become obvious until the Soviet War in Afghanistan. The driver and commander are in a position that would allow an antitank mine to destroy one to three left side roadwheels, killing or severely injuring both of them. The BMP-1 lacks an air conditioning or cooling system, often resulting in severe issues for the passengers and crew members due to heat exhaustion. Specifications: Crew: 3 (commander, driver, gunner) + 8 passengers Units produced: More than 20,000 of all variants (USSR) Main armament: 73 mm 2A28 “Grom” low pressure smoothbore short-recoil semi-automatic gun (40 rounds); ATGM launcher for 9M14 Malyutka (4 rounds) Secondary armament: 7.62 mm PKT coaxial machine gun (2,000 rounds) Engine: UTD-20, 6-cylinder 4-stroke V-shaped airless-injection water cooled multifuel 15.8-liter diesel Operational range: 370 mi (road); 310 mi (off-road) Speed: 40 mph (road); 28 mph (off-road); 4.3-5.0 mph (water) The BMP-1 (Iraq) kit comes with the following features: Nine opening hatches for interior access for crew and passengers Fully rotating turret with posable main gun and spotlight Fully articulated Brickmania Track Links tank treads Custom printed minfig with appropriate Desert Storm-era Iraqi uniform 1/35 scale to match other Brickmania models Designed by Daniel Siskind Includes 564 genuine new-condition LEGO® elements & 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.
  10. BRDM-2 (IRAQ)

    BRDM-2 (IRAQ)

    S$232.50
    The BRDM-2 is an amphibious armored patrol car used by Russia and the former Soviet Union. This vehicle has been exported extensively and is used in at least 38 countries. First appearing in 1962 as a direct iteration of the BRDM-1, it brought along several key improvements that made for a better system. These improvements featured better amphibious capabilities, on-road/off-road performance and armament, and NBC (nuclear, biological, chemical) protection. Unique to the design is the use of a smaller pair of road wheels located along the middle of the hull sides, which allow for the system to be raised or lowered “on-the-fly” by the driver. Armor protection was increased significantly in the BRDM-2 by being fitted with a welded steel construction. When treading water, it made use of a single four-bladed water jet for propulsion. The jet is protected by an armor covering when the vehicle traverses land, but must be removed before entering a body of water. Specifications: Crew: 4 (driver, co-driver, commander, gunner) Units produced: 7,200 Main armament: 14.5 mm KPVT heavy machine gun (500 rounds) Secondary armament: 7.62 mm PKT coaxial general-purpose machine gun (2,000 rounds) Engine: GAZ-41 gasoline V-8 Operational range: 470 mi Speed: 62 mph (road); 6.2 mph (water) The BRDM-2 kit comes with the following features: Opening drivers' hatches and vision ports Custom-printed minifig crewman with Desert Storm-era Iraqi uniform Deployable secondary road wheels for crossing large entrenchments Deployable twin vane and waterjet for amphibious operations 1/35 scale to match other Brickmania models Designed by Daniel Siskind Includes 252 genuine new-condition LEGO® elements & 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.
  11. Micro Brick Battle - Sherman Firefly Micro-Tank

    Micro Brick Battle - Sherman Firefly Micro-Tank

    S$27.00
    Add our official Sherman Firefly 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 Sherman Firefly collectible game card for our upcoming Bricks of War card game.
  12. Opel Blitz - German Light Weight Truck

    Opel Blitz - German Light Weight Truck

    S$165.00
    The Opel Blitz was the name given to various German light and middle-weight truck series built by the German Opel automobile manufacturer during 1930-1975. During the years preceding WWII, Opel, a subsidiary of General Motors since 1929, was Germany’s largest truck producer. By 1934, there were four base versions offered of the 1-ton basic model, along with 14 versions of the larger 2 and 2- ½ ton trucks. From 1939, the reliable Blitz 3.6 three-ton version was used in large numbers by the German Wehrmacht armed forces during WWII. In 1952 Opel presented the basic model in a modern rounded design, reminiscent of US pickup trucks. In the following years, Opel produced various vans and trucks with petrol engines, which at the time was much less economical than diesel engines. In 1968, Opel finally offered a 2,100cm Indenor XDP 4.90 diesel engine, but it came too late to regain lost market shares, resulting in Opel GM deciding to not develop a successor. In 1975 the production of Opel commercial vehicles ceased. Specifications: Type: Multi-purpose medium utility truck Country of Origin: Germany Initial year of service: 1937 Production Total: 95,000 units Maximum Speed: 50 mph (80 km/h) Maximum Range: 255 miles (410 km) Crew: 2 Weight: 2.3 US Short Tons (2,100 kg; 4,630 lb) Power: 1 x Opel 6-cylinder gasoline engine with 74 horsepower Armament: Usually none; occasionally armed w/ 7.92 machine guns, 20mm or 37mm cannons for anti-aircraft protection The Opel Blitz comes with the following features: Initial production run in classic "Wehrmacht" dark gray color Includes custom printed national insignia, blackout headlamps, license plate and "Ogel Blitz" elements Opening cab doors, tail gate and bed side gates. 1/35 scale to match other Brickmania models. Includes 267 genuine new-condition LEGO® bricks and BrickArms® elements Intermediate Skill Level (3-5 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.
  13. Rolls-Royce Armored Car - Tan

    Rolls-Royce Armored Car - Tan

    S$172.50
    The Rolls-Royce Armored Car was a British vehicle developed in 1914 and used in WWI and the early parts of WWII. Six RNAS Rolls-Royce squadrons were formed of 12 vehicles each – one going to France, and one to Africa to fight German colonies. They were poorly suited to the muddy trench filled battlefields of the Western Front, but were able to operate in the Near East. They were also used by the Turkish forces and seen by Lawrence of Arabia as more valuable than rubies – helping to win his revolt in the desert. At the outbreak of WWII, 76 vehicles were still in service. They were used during the operation of Western Desert in Iraq and Syria. By the end of 1941, they were withdrawn from frontline service as more modern armored vehicles became available. Specifications Weight: 4.7 tons Length: 4.93 m (194 in) Width: 1.93 m (76 in) Height: 2.54 m (100 in) Crew: 3 Armor: 12 mm (0.47 in) Main armament: .303 Vickers machine gun Engine: 6-cylinder petrol, water-cooled; 80 hp (60 kW) Power/weight: 19hp/ton Suspension: 4x2 wheels Operational range: 240 km or 150 miles Speed: 72 km/h (45 mph) One custom printed WWI British Infantry minifigure Luis gun & Vickers Barrel from BrickArms® 1/35 scale matches other Brickmania models The over-all color scheme of this model is tan Intermediate skill level (4-6 years of experience recommended) Includes 198 LEGO® and® BrickArms elements.
  14. Rolls-Royce Armored Car - Gray

    Rolls-Royce Armored Car - Gray

    S$150.00
    The Rolls-Royce Armored Car was a British vehicle developed in 1914 and used in WWI and the early parts of WWII. Six RNAS Rolls-Royce squadrons were formed of 12 vehicles each – one going to France, and one to Africa to fight German colonies. They were poorly suited to the muddy trench filled battlefields of the Western Front, but were able to operate in the Near East. They were also used by the Turkish forces and seen by Lawrence of Arabia as more valuable than rubies – helping to win his revolt in the desert. At the outbreak of WWII, 76 vehicles were still in service. They were used during the operation of Western Desert in Iraq and Syria. By the end of 1941, they were withdrawn from frontline service as more modern armored vehicles became available. Specifications Weight: 4.7 tons Length: 4.93 m (194 in) Width: 1.93 m (76 in) Height: 2.54 m (100 in) Crew: 3 Armor: 12 mm (0.47 in) Main armament: .303 Vickers machine gun Engine: 6-cylinder petrol, water-cooled; 80 hp (60 kW) Power/weight: 19hp/ton Suspension: 4x2 wheels Operational range: 240 km or 150 miles Speed: 72 km/h (45 mph) One custom printed WWI British Infantry minifigure Luis gun & Vickers Barrel from BrickArms® 1/35 scale matches other Brickmania models The over-all color scheme of this model is dark gray Intermediate skill level (4-6 years of experience recommended) Includes 198 LEGO® and® BrickArms elements.
  15. BM-13N Katyusha - Rocket Launcher

    BM-13N Katyusha - Rocket Launcher

    S$255.00

    About BM-13N Katyusha - Rocket Launcher:

    The Katyusha rocket launchers were a series of multiple rocket artillery built and used by the Soviets in WWII.  This type of artillery was used to deliver explosives to a target area more quickly than conventional artillery, but suffered from lower accuracy and a longer reload time.

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