Thunder Model has advised us that the kit will be out very soon and has also shared its test build photos. Enjoy!
MiniArt continues with its releases on the Soviet T-60 light tank, this time a late series vehicle manufactured by the Gorky Automobile Plant. This kit comes with interior details.
Spanish modeller Antonio Martín Tello has compiled 15 years of published articles into a stunning PDF that comes with more than 1500 photos.
Tan Model is working on an Aselsan Korkut, a Turkish antiaircraft vehicle that is currently in production.
New Merkava loaded Rear Baskets for the Mk. 4M
AFV Modeller now has a set of resin replacement sprockets for Trumpeter 1:16 M1A1 Abrams.
Modelcollect annouces two German WWII railway platforms, an SSyms 80 and a Flak40 carrier.
Available from Trackpad Publishing is the companion volume to its earlier publication, Israeli Sherman-based Self-Propelled Weapons. Also, another title of recent release dwells on the experiences of a Canadian tanker in Afghanistan.
AFC Club presents a new set of workable tracks for the NATO M109.
It is not often that we get to have a WWI-era softskin kit, moreso one coming from a model aircraft manufacturer. Available from LukGraph is its model of this innovative and tough vehicle that proved its worth over the rough and muddy roads of The Great War.
It looks like this kit will finally get to see the light of day. Seen at the AFV Club social media page are images of the built model together with some information on what to expect from the kit.
Your free January 2018 issue is ready for download. In this new issue you will find the usual gifts like the printable base. Also presented is a new section dedicated to the printable designs of Martin Csanadi.
Now available from Scorpion Miniature Models is its detailing set for use with the Dragon Saladin kit. Recent releases include accessories and conversions for AFV Club, as well as an antenna and base set for use with modern British Armed Forces vehicles.
Released late last year, Hobby Boss shares photos of the built model as well as the kit contents.
ModellTrans Modellbau announces two new conversions for the M109 at 1/72, the M109 US Army and the M109A3GA1
Previously announced, Trumpeter has scheduled the first of its two Tiger I kits for release this February. A couple of braille kits are included the list as well.
Hobby Boss updated its February product list to include a Tiger II and a Russian mobile missile launcher.
IBG Models opens this year by announcing three more Imperial Japanese Army tanks coming our way soon.
For this month, we see a Panther cupola and a couple of track sets added to the OKB Grigorov catalog.
The list keeps getting longer, as we see more armor kits and a couple of softskins coming our way in 2018 from MiniArt.
PanzerArt are here with their most recent products for 1/35 scale.
KAV presents new masks for painting vehicles, and they come with some nice extra stuff.
IBG announces a new WWII Japanese tank at 1/72, the Type 3 Chi-Nu.
Schatton Modellbau presents a conversion for a Schwerer Flammpanzer "Flammtiger"
Up next from Canfora Publishing is its first volume of a three part series on Soviet and Russian armor and military vehicles in the last 100 hundred years since 1917.
Two new sets have been added to the CustomScale catalog. Listed are a Rheinmetal-Borsig Fire Lily F-55 rocket with transport trailer and a twin 55mm anti-aircraft gun and turret conversion set for a Panther Ausf. G chassis.
The January issue is now available for order. As usual, its 100 pages are packed with articles such as full model builds, reference articles, news, and reviews.
The January – February 2018 edition of AFV Modeller is now available for order.
As the year draws to a close, Amusing Hobby shares box arts of kits coming our way soon.
More armor kits coming our way from MiniArt this 2018.
Model Miniature presents a new model, the Namera israeli recovery, which was based on Merkava MBT.
This December sees Black Dog releasing five conversion and accessories sets for vehicles in various scales.
K59 offers two new kits that would surely find its way providing that added detail to your WWII German armor build.
Ace Model has released its kit that may be built with either a 20mm or 90mm gun.
The latest addition to the Bolddivision catalog is a 30mm Maschinenkanone 103 mounted in a turret.
Coming this January from Eduard is a detail set for the M3 Lee tank.
Available from Voyager Model this month are various upgrade sets for WWII-era and modern AFVs.
This December sees ICM Holding releasing its Tiger II kit. This release includes interior details, and here we see photos of the kit sprues.
Two new titles are available from Fonthill Media this December.
The new Ferdinand from Zvezda is ready and selling.
Dnepromodel adds two more kits to its series of vintage Ford trucks, this time configured as civilian vehicles.
MiniArt has started sharing images of its 2018 Catalog, and here we have an initial list of what is ahead in terms of armor kit releases.
The eighth issue of Tankers magazine is already available and focuses on Beasts of War.
SKP has a new set of Lenses and Taillights for the 2S3 Akatsiya.
AK Interactive has a new product to create texture of cast in any plastic, resin or metal part of a model.
Magic Models released aftermarket barrels for upgrading Takom's Merkava kits in 1/35 scale.
To be released as a separate kit is a complete set of wheels for the T-54.
Another 1/72 news, this time from the German side: the schwerer Panzerspahwagen (“heavy armored reconnaissance vehicles”) Sd.Kfz.231 8-Rad
Dragon introduces a new small scale version of the M4A1 tank for all connoisseurs of the famous Sherman.