MiniArt has raised what modellers expect from an armour kit, such as this T-55 with mine roller, offering 91 styrene runners, plus two brass chains and a photo-etched brass fret, yet this is just a ‘basic’ offering, without a full interior.
Released as part of Dragon’s Armor Pro range, this is a welcome return of the firm’s late-model T-34/85; AMW lifts the lid on this re-issued kit here.
Takom sub-brand Blitz has produced a superb1/35 kit that allows you to build either a late production StuG III Ausf.G, or a StuH 42. It's great value for fans of German armour, and includes extensive photo-etched metal details and optional turned metal barrels.
Discover the splendour that's inside MiniArt's latest 1/35 T-34/85 kit - depicting a vehicle with Composite turret from the 112 plant - in AMW's review of the kit.
With MiniArt having previously released the Chevrolet G7107 truck and BM-13-16 rocket launcher system, it was just a matter of time before the two were combined. Find out more about this Soviet self-propelled artillery platform in this kit review.