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32528 Tamiya Cromwell Mk.IV

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Product Code: TA32528
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One of the most successful tanks fielded by the British in WWII, the Cromwell compared favorably with tanks of similar weight such as the Sherman and Panzer IV. Most were armed with the 75mm Q.F. Mk.V/VA, which was based on the 6 Pdr. but chambered to fire American ammunition. This was a very good dual-purpose gun, able to destroy enemy anti-tank guns at long range, or penetrate the frontal armor of a Panzer IV at normal battle ranges. However it was less effective against German heavy tanks. The Cromwell first saw action during the Normandy campaign, where it was at a disadvantage as it could not use its superior speed and agility, but this changed after the fighting moved to open country. Cromwell tanks made some spectacular advances in their pursuit of the Germans across Northern France, Belgium and Holland. The Cromwell served again in Korea and was finally retired in the late 1950's.

Tank's Spartan style has been reproduced down to the finest detail including large rivets on turret and its perpendicular hull armor
Shape of large diameter wheels, that allowed high speed running, are also faithfully depicted
Kit features optional rear cowling that prevented exhaust gas from getting into driver's compartment
Diecast chassis for added weight and realism
Tank treads are assembly type, with straight upper and lower treads made of single piece for easy assembly
Choice of 3 types of markings (planned)

32528 Tamiya Cromwell Mk.IV

Price: £24.99loading (inc VAT @ 20%)
0/50/50/50/50/5
Product Code: TA32528
Brand: Tamiya
Stock Status: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Days
Quantity:
  | 
 

  • Description
  • Features

One of the most successful tanks fielded by the British in WWII, the Cromwell compared favorably with tanks of similar weight such as the Sherman and Panzer IV. Most were armed with the 75mm Q.F. Mk.V/VA, which was based on the 6 Pdr. but chambered to fire American ammunition. This was a very good dual-purpose gun, able to destroy enemy anti-tank guns at long range, or penetrate the frontal armor of a Panzer IV at normal battle ranges. However it was less effective against German heavy tanks. The Cromwell first saw action during the Normandy campaign, where it was at a disadvantage as it could not use its superior speed and agility, but this changed after the fighting moved to open country. Cromwell tanks made some spectacular advances in their pursuit of the Germans across Northern France, Belgium and Holland. The Cromwell served again in Korea and was finally retired in the late 1950's.

Tank's Spartan style has been reproduced down to the finest detail including large rivets on turret and its perpendicular hull armor
Shape of large diameter wheels, that allowed high speed running, are also faithfully depicted
Kit features optional rear cowling that prevented exhaust gas from getting into driver's compartment
Diecast chassis for added weight and realism
Tank treads are assembly type, with straight upper and lower treads made of single piece for easy assembly
Choice of 3 types of markings (planned)

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32528 Tamiya Cromwell Mk.IV

0/50/50/50/50/5
Product Code: TA32528
Stock Status: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Days
£24.99loading (inc VAT @ 20%)
Price Match
 
Original Price:

Find out more about Fusion Points...
 
we accept these credit cards
 
Optional Extras
 
  • Description
  • Features

One of the most successful tanks fielded by the British in WWII, the Cromwell compared favorably with tanks of similar weight such as the Sherman and Panzer IV. Most were armed with the 75mm Q.F. Mk.V/VA, which was based on the 6 Pdr. but chambered to fire American ammunition. This was a very good dual-purpose gun, able to destroy enemy anti-tank guns at long range, or penetrate the frontal armor of a Panzer IV at normal battle ranges. However it was less effective against German heavy tanks. The Cromwell first saw action during the Normandy campaign, where it was at a disadvantage as it could not use its superior speed and agility, but this changed after the fighting moved to open country. Cromwell tanks made some spectacular advances in their pursuit of the Germans across Northern France, Belgium and Holland. The Cromwell served again in Korea and was finally retired in the late 1950's.

Tank's Spartan style has been reproduced down to the finest detail including large rivets on turret and its perpendicular hull armor
Shape of large diameter wheels, that allowed high speed running, are also faithfully depicted
Kit features optional rear cowling that prevented exhaust gas from getting into driver's compartment
Diecast chassis for added weight and realism
Tank treads are assembly type, with straight upper and lower treads made of single piece for easy assembly
Choice of 3 types of markings (planned)

32528 Tamiya Cromwell Mk.IV

Price: £24.99loading (inc VAT @ 20%)
0/50/50/50/50/5
Product Code: TA32528
Brand: Tamiya
Stock Status: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Days
Quantity:
  | 
 

  • Description
  • Features

One of the most successful tanks fielded by the British in WWII, the Cromwell compared favorably with tanks of similar weight such as the Sherman and Panzer IV. Most were armed with the 75mm Q.F. Mk.V/VA, which was based on the 6 Pdr. but chambered to fire American ammunition. This was a very good dual-purpose gun, able to destroy enemy anti-tank guns at long range, or penetrate the frontal armor of a Panzer IV at normal battle ranges. However it was less effective against German heavy tanks. The Cromwell first saw action during the Normandy campaign, where it was at a disadvantage as it could not use its superior speed and agility, but this changed after the fighting moved to open country. Cromwell tanks made some spectacular advances in their pursuit of the Germans across Northern France, Belgium and Holland. The Cromwell served again in Korea and was finally retired in the late 1950's.

Tank's Spartan style has been reproduced down to the finest detail including large rivets on turret and its perpendicular hull armor
Shape of large diameter wheels, that allowed high speed running, are also faithfully depicted
Kit features optional rear cowling that prevented exhaust gas from getting into driver's compartment
Diecast chassis for added weight and realism
Tank treads are assembly type, with straight upper and lower treads made of single piece for easy assembly
Choice of 3 types of markings (planned)