SAS 1/4-Ton 4x4 Patrol Car - DML 6745

Dragon Model

Ref 6745
Type1/35 WWII Military
Scale1/35
Topic

SAS 1/4-Ton 4×4 Patrol Car

A model of the brand Dragon Model the kit : SAS 1/4-Ton 4×4 Patrol Car – DML 6745

Authentic Patrol Car w/excellent rendering detail Realistic Vickers K machine guns/superb details Condenser and modified front grille accurately replicated Well-defined engine grille Realistic produced .50 cal and Vickers ‘K’ MGs w/photo-etched parts Detailed dashboard and driver’s compartment Complex engine represented by multiple parts Well-detailed seats w/realistic cloth pattern Compartment sides rendered w/rivets and fine details Slide-molded upper and lower body tubs Finely detailed steering mechanism and suspension system Highly detailed chassis Detachable jerrycans w/photo-etched straps Photo-etched sand channels on rear of the Patrol Car Well-detailed wheels produced w/authentic tire tread pattern 2 realistic 1/35 scale figures

Joining Dragon’s previously released 1/35 scale plastic kit of a Desert Raider 4×4 Truck is this second kit with a different weapons configuration! The famed Special Air Service (SAS) of the British Army was formed in July 1941 by David Stirling. It was a commando force designed to operate deep behind enemy lines,something it did very successfully. Specially adapted vehicles were used in North Africa, including the famous 4×4 1/4-ton Truck, though heavily modified for its behind-the-lines role. The vehicle began appearing in July 1942. They were generally stripped down to save weight and, for operations in the hot climate,the grill was removed and a water condenser fitted. Weapons such as Lewis and Vickers K machine guns were mounted for use against ground or aerial targets.

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