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  1. Schwimmwagen - Amphibious 4 x 4 Utility Car

    Schwimmwagen - Amphibious 4 x 4 Utility Car

    SGD 75.00

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

  2. Lathe

    Lathe

    SGD 30.00

    The lathe has been used throughout history. The earliest version, found in ancient Egypt, was a 2-person apparatus where one person would spin the lathe and the other would carve the object. This lathe is based on a modern variant. Today Lathes come in many sizes and are used for machining, wood working, and even watchmaking.

  3. 75mm Mle 1897 - WW1 French Cannon with French Soldier

    75mm Mle 1897 - WW1 French Cannon with French Soldier

    SGD 80.00

    75mm Mle 1897 - WW1 French Cannon with French Soldier Minifigure

  4. Ordnance QF 18 Pounder Field Gun with British Soldier

    Ordnance QF 18 Pounder Field Gun with British Soldier

    SGD 67.50

    The Ordnance Quick Firing 18 Pounder (weight refers to the weight of the shell) was developed as a rapid-firing artillery piece for use by British and Dominion armies. During World War One, the 18 pounder was the standard field gun on all fronts and was praised for its lethal effectiveness.

  5. 7.7 cm FK 96 N/A - Feldkanone 96 Neuer Art with German Soldier

    7.7 cm FK 96 N/A - Feldkanone 96 Neuer Art with German Soldier

    SGD 67.50

    7.7cm Feldkanone 96 neuer Art was an updated version of the original FK 96, the standard field gun adapted by the German Army in 1896. Neuer Art refers to the updated gun carraige  and recuperator system that alowed for rapid fire like the French Mle 1897 and British 18 Pounder.

  6. Table Saw

    Table Saw

    SGD 30.00

    The table saw is one of the essential tools of any carpenter's shop around the world. The Brickmania Table Saw is built rugged and is powerful enough for any job - from builidng fine furniture for the officer's mess to making packing crates for the supply depot. Don't miss out on the second set in our series of power tools by Yitzy Kasowitz.

  7. 37mm Gun M3 Anti-Tank Gun with Rifleman

    37mm Gun M3 Anti-Tank Gun with Rifleman

    SGD 45.00

    At the onset of World War II, the 37mm Anti-tank gun was the chief anti-armor weapon in the US military inventory. The M3 was mounted on a wheeled carriage, making it small enough to be towed behind the standard 1/4 ton Jeep and easily positioned by it's crew. While it's effectiveness would diminish against increasingly more heavily armored German vehicles, the M3 soldiered on for the duration of the war in North Africa, Europe and the Pacific.

  8. Drill Press

    Drill Press

    SGD 12.00

    The Drill Press or Pedestal Drill has been used throughout history. The Drill Press in it's earliest forms was as simple as a bow powered drill.  This version is a more modern drill press used throughout the modern era. The more modern variations could be found in workshops and support trucks behind the front lines.  These mobile workshops carried out repairs and refits throughout the war.

  9. 75mm M1897 Field Gun with WW1 American Soldier

    75mm M1897 Field Gun with WW1 American Soldier

    SGD 67.50

    As World War I raged in Europe, the US Army found itself in need of a modern artillery piece should America decide to become involved. The French 75mm Modele 1897 was the best canditiate and is widely considered by historians to be the first modern cannon. It was the first to be fitted with a hydropneumatic recoil mechanism, which meant it could be fired and reloaded without having to reposition the gun. When America entered the war, the US Army adopted the French design for it's field artillery batteries, and fielded more than 1900 guns by the war's end. Domestic production began in spring of 1918, but most guns used during the war were French manufactured. The M1897 again saw service in World War II, with many being exported to Great Britain under lend-lease agreements, and others being adapted to anti-tank guns.

  10. Nebelwerfer - German Multiple Rocket Launcher

    Nebelwerfer - German Multiple Rocket Launcher

    SGD 30.00

    A 1/35 scale model of the Nebelwerfer 41 German mobile rocket launcher (aka “Screaming Mimi” to Allied troops).

  11. M1A1 75mm Howitzer on M8 Carriage

    M1A1 75mm Howitzer on M8 Carriage

    SGD 22.50

    Designed shortly after World War I to replace existing light artillery pieces, the M1 75mm "pack" howitzer was a small artillery piece that could be broken down and transported by pack horses or mules. Not mass produced until the outbreak of World War II, several design improvements were added in 1940, with the new gun designated the M1A1 on M8 Carriage (replacing the original wooden-wheeled gun carriage). The lightweight field gun was mainly used to equip US Army airborne artillery battalions, but was also adopted for use by the US Marine Corps for its campaigns in the Pacific. While not as powerful as the more widely used 105mm howitzers, its small size made it more versatile and easier to transport over rough terrain.

  12. P-47 Thunderbolt 1/100 Scale Minikit

    P-47 Thunderbolt 1/100 Scale Minikit

    SGD 30.00

    The P-47 was the largest single-seat, single-engine fighter used in World War II. It was developed by Republic Aviation and was the first aircraft equipped with the powerful Pratt and Whitney R-2800 Double Wasp radial engine (later used in the Navy’s F6F Hellcat and F4U Corsair fighters). The Thunderbolt featured thick armor protection for the pilot and was heavily armed with eight .50 caliber Browning M2 machine guns and up to 2500 pounds of rockets or bombs. With the addition of external drop tanks, the P-47 was able to provide fighter escort to bomber formations deep into enemy occupied Europe. While the P-47 was a competent air-to-air fighter, it’s massive firepower and speed made it an ideal ground attack aircraft. It’s prowess for hunting tanks made it the scourge of German panzer forces in Europe, forcing them to stay hidden during daylight hours. Ground attack versions of the P-47 were delivered to the European Theater of Operations in time for the D-Day Invasions, for which all Allied aircraft were painted with characteristic black and white “invasion stripes.” More than 15,000 were built during World War II, making it a close rival of the P-51 Mustang for most widely used American fighter aircraft of the war. 

  13. Anvil and Forge

    Anvil and Forge

    SGD 30.00

    The anvil and forge are the the universal hallmark of the blacksmith and have remained virtually unchanged since the dawn of the iron age. Blacksmithing continues to be a high demand skill even in modern times and we've brought this classic combination to life in LEGO® bricks. Don't miss out on the third set in our series of tools by Yitzy Kasowitz.

  14. M3 37mm Anti-Tank Gun

    M3 37mm Anti-Tank Gun

    SGD 22.50

    At the onset of World War II, the 37mm Anti-tank gun was the chief anti-armor weapon in the US military inventory.

  15. P-51D "Red Tail" Mustang - American Fighter 1/100 Scale Minikit

    P-51D "Red Tail" Mustang - American Fighter 1/100 Scale Minikit

    SGD 30.00

    Mini-kit: P-51D "Red Tail" Mustang - American Fighter

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