Build your own IDF shot Centurion from AFV Club in 1/35th scale.
The Centurion is a British battle tank developed after the Second World War. They first saw battle during the Korean War (1950-1953). The Centurion were bought by many of the British allies including the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF). These tanks were designated the name Sho't and were used in the Yom Kippur War.
Kit does not include paint or glue.
Model belongs to a wide family of Centurions by AFV Club. It depicts early type of Centurion used by Israel during 6-Days War, with original Rolls-Royce Meteor engine, Must-have for all IDF armor fans
Ordered this kit for my son. He has opened the box and looked at the different sprues. Moulding looks excellent with loads of detail. Tracks are the rubber type. Nice metal gun barrel and photo etch. You need to get some 0,5mm & 1mm plastic rod to make some of the smaller parts for the turret mounted MG. The price and service by the Tank Museum are excellent. Now he has to build and add it to his SADF collection as it will be modified to the SA Army Skokiaan version (Olifant Mk.1).
Only opened the box and had a good look inside. Moulding looks to be well done with great detail, workable tracks and a very nice metal barrel. Making myself finish a Stug 4 before starting this one but looking forward to the build and weathering. As always pleased to support the Tank Museum, their prices and service are excellent.
Nice kit,alloy barrel is a nice touch,mouldings are sharp with great detail