Two versions of the war film Sahara have been released: the original 1943 production starring Humphrey Bogart and a 1995 remake with James Belushi in the primary role: these are the basis for MiniArt’s latest 1/35 M3 Lee release.
Here’s another great 28mm (1/56 scale) wargaming product from Rubicon, which offers the choice of building either a WC51 or WC52 ¾ ton truck, with additional options for an open or covered cargo deck, plus three figures and a pintle-mounted .50 cal machine gun.
Having reworked its 1/35 Skoda Wz. 14/19 100mm howitzer to represent Polish Motorised Cavalry artillery (35060, featuring large tyre-shod wheels), the firm has tweaked the contents again to replicate the country’s horse-drawn weaponry.
Having started with conventional Male and Female versions of the Mark IV tank, Brengun has taken a decidedly left-field approach for its latest offering, that of an airship mooring post/tug as used with either 23- or R23X-class British airships.
The recent innovations in mine-resistant ambush protection (MRAP) vehicles has lead to a glut of material for kit companies – Zvezda’s new tooling depicts the Russian Kamaz 63968 Typhoon-K 6x6 armoured personnel carrier.