Polish manufacturer IBG Models has issued a brand-new 1/72 Bedford QL Tanker packed with fine detail, as CHRIS CLIFFORD reveals.
Ukrainian firm MiniArt has repackaged its G7107 with a set of figures posed as if carrying out repairs - read AMW's review of the kit now!
First released in 1962, Airfix’s JS-3 returns in Vintage Classics packaging - check out Airfix Model World's review here.
Often viewed as a backwards step in Panzer IV development, the last subtype – the Ausf.J – is the subject of Dragon’s small-scale kit, reviewed here by AMW.
Those opening this re-boxed Matchbox kit as part of Revell’s link with World of Tanks are in for a pleasant surprise, as it was one of the former firm’s last products. Read AMW's verdict here.
Italeri’s 1/24 Willys Jeep has been re-released to celebrate 80 years since the type was first produced. Discover more in AMW's review.
MiniArt’s high standards are again on view with its ‘baseline’ offering of the Pz.Kpfw. IV Ausf.H, reviewed here by AMW.
Modellers wanting to build US World War Two logistics vehicles are spoilt for choice with two manufacturers releasing several kits: ICM's G7117 is reviewed here.
VIDEO: Announced with considerable fanfare, the first of MiniArt’s 1/35 StuG III interior kits has arrived… JOHN FULLER discovers what this highly anticipated package can promise...
Dragon's 1/72 German Sd.Kfz.251 half-tracks are packed with detail, and this 2 in 1 offering provides alternative parts so you can choose to build one of two different vehicles. The common factor is that of pioneer bridge sections mounted on the upper hull sides.
Military fans who favour 1/48 scale have been envious of their 1/35-building brethren, when it comes to tanks with full interiors. But no longer though, as Asian firm USTAR has released a mind-bogglingly good quarter-scale Tiger I, on a Kursk theme, and it's festooned with detail inside and out.
ICM has combined its 1/35 FCM 36 French tank with the same-scale figures designed to accompany the vehicle in a package that’s cheaper than buying the two sets separately.
Brengun continues to expand its range of ‘airliner-scale’ armour subjects, with the German A7V tank being one of the latest. Discover more about this tiny military kit in Airfix Model World's review.