Tamiya Toys & Games
Tamiya acrylic paints are made from water-soluble acrylic resins and are excellent for either brush painting or air-brushing. Thes...e paints can be used on styrol resins, Styrofoam, wood, plus all of the common model plastics. The paint covers well, flows smoothly and can be blended easily. When airbrushing make sure to use any of the following Tamiya thinners: 81020, 81030, 81040, 81520, 87077 Read More
Tamiya Acrylic Paint Green X-5. Made from water-soluble acrylic resins and excellent for either brush or spray painting.
Tamiya brand Sticker Set for the Toyota High-Lift 1/10 scale 4X4 electric kit, TAMC0913. FEATURES: Adhesive-backed decals YOU WILL... RECEIVE: 2 Tamiya Toyota High-Lift decal sheets. Each sheet includes: 1 Toyota decal in white lettering 1 Toyota decal in black lettering 2 Tamiya decals in black lettering 2 Tamiya Logo decals 2 small Tamiya decals in silver lettering 1 Hog Heaven decal 2 Tamiya website decals in white lettering 1 Tamiya website decal in silver lettering 2 Hilux 4WD decals 2 Hilux 4WD license plate decals 2 California HILUX04 license decals 2 California AIRBORNE license decals 2 Caution Hot Motor decals 1 blue side panel decal 1 white side panle decal 2 short step decals 2 long step decals 1 small silver Toyota decal 2 Brite Lite Road Master decals cnh 4/03/08 ir/jxs Read More
Austin 10 'Tilly' - WWII era 4 x 2 light utility vehicle. Kit has detailed chassis, full engine, cab and bed interiors, separately... molded tailgate and on-vehicle equipment, optional cloth texture cargo cover, separately molded hood and cab doors, injection-molded clear parts for windows and wind shield, plus seated driver figure. Decals and painting reference for 4 vehicles: 5th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment. 43rd (Wessex) Infantry Division, Normandy, 1944; 47th (London) Infantry Division, United Kingdom; Royal Netherlands Princess Irene Brigade, British 2nd Army, The Hague, Netherlands, 1945; and 7th Battalion, 51st (Highland) Infantry Division. Read More
During the Second World War, the development of heavy tanks continued at a fevered pitch. To deploy these tanks to the front line,... or retrieve them when damaged or broken, the necessity of a large-scale transport vehicle was heightened. In April of 1943, the U.S. started production of "The Dragon Wagon", one of the biggest tank transport vehicles of WWII. Constructed around an armored cabin and a sturdy trailer, it boasted a loading capacity of 40 tons. Also assisting in the transport of boats for river crossing operations, the Dragon Wagon was a great advantage to the advancement of the Allied Forces. Read More