AMX-13/90 French Light Tank 1/35 Scale by Takom 2037
The Mark IV was a British tank of World War I, introduced in 1917, it benefited from significant developments on the first British tank, the intervening designs being small batches used for training. Was first used in mid 1917 at the Battle of Messines Ridge, it remained in official British service until the end of the War, and a small number served briefly with other combatants afterwards. Kit features highly detailed exterior with rivets, optional trenching device, weapons stations (6-pounder QF and 8 mm Hotchkiss Machine Guns), detailed gun assemblies, optional hatches, detailed suspension with workable individual track links, driving chain and photoetch (handles, brackets, latches, trenching device, mounts and other exterior). Decals and painting reference for (5) tanks: Heinz, Panzer 207, Abteilung 14, Fort de la Pompelle 1918; Lodestar, 12th Battalion, France 1918; Annchen, Panzer 107, Abteilung 12, Fort de la Pompelle 1918; Flirt II, F Comany, Cambrai 1917 and 1919 Leipzing, Freikorps Service.