During his time in North Africa, Field Marshal Erwin Rommel made use of several different vehicles to get around the battlefield – both German and captured British. Two of his personal favourites were a pair of SdKfz.250 half tracks especially adapted for his personal use, “GREIF” and “ADLER”. Back in 2007 K&C produced a “Strictly Limited” version of the “GREIF” which swiftly sold out and ever since has been much sought after on the ‘secondary market’. Now, we have produced a brand-new and much improved model of the other vehicle, the “ADLER”. Again this new model has a fully detailed interior and two complete figures, a driver and a radio operator. Unlike the first Command Vehicle this new version also has a 2-colour camouflage scheme.
A newer version of an old favourite 4 kneeling and sitting AK trooper
Sold Out - $ 300.00
An upgraded version of an earlier K&C release. This nifty little German tank comes with an aerial recognition flag on the rear...an AK tank commander and...3 fighting Italian Blackshirt" infantry...
AK077 “AK Captured Morris CS8 15cwt. Truck” (Series 250) As virtually everyone knows the German Army made much use of “captured” enemy vehicles throughout the war… Rommel’s Afrika Korps were no exception! Here, complete with driver,...
AK27 The F18 Field Howitzer This 10.5cm artillery piece comes with a 5-man gun crew in action poses. Also Note: The gun barrel elevates and depresses and the trail legs open and close...