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Gecko Cruiser Tank A10 Mk1A CS Model

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Cruiser tank A10 Mk1A CS model from Gecko Models

In 1940 30 A10 Mk1a tanks had their 2 pounder (40mm) guns replaced with the 3.7 inch (94mm) howitzer & were designated as A10 Mk1a CS.  As with the lighter A9 Mk1 CS tanks its job was to fire smoke & HE rounds to screen tanks while they were attacking.  It saw action in Greece & North Africa before being withdrawn from service in 1942.

Gecko, who are a relatively new name in the modelling hobby have reproduced this vehicle in 1/35 scale from plastic with a small photo etch fret.  It captures the riveted look of this vehicle & also includes internal detail for the drivers & fighting compartment.  There are 3 marking options for vehicles used in Greece or North Africa.

THANK YOU! By purchasing this product directly from The Tank Museum, you are supporting us in our efforts to conserve and preserve our unique collections now and for generations to come.

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