4 reviews

MiniArt 1/35 Grant Mk. II

$52.00 USD $72.00
1/35 scale plastic model kit produced by MiniArt. The M3 Lee, officially Medium Tank M3, was an American medium tank used during Second World War. In Britain, the tank was called by 2 names based on the turret configuration and crew size.

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Description

1/35 scale plastic model kit produced by MiniArt.

The M3 Lee, officially Medium Tank M3, was an American medium tank used during Second World War. In Britain, the tank was called by 2 names based on the turret configuration and crew size. Tanks employing US pattern turrets were called the 'Lee' and variants using British pattern turrets were known as 'Grant'.  

  • Unassembled plastic model kit
  • 6 decal options
  • PE parts included
  • Workable tracks

Glue and paint not included.

Reviews (4)

Customer Reviews

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B.G.
MiniArt 1/35 Grant Mk. II

Only ever built a Tiger before and this is perhaps a little more detailed.

As a newbie to plastic (Balsa Boy otherwise) I have found it rather more detailed and repetitive in some areas. However, its coming together slowly and probably about half way through now. Have had to study the pictorial instructions somewhat but perhaps that is down to inexperience and my 82 summers. I try to be careful but models are only for my own pleasure not competitive.

Have to say that (for me anyway) the Tamiya Tiger instructions were clearer but that is just me perhaps. Am pressing on and will brush paint when finished as not into the spraying stuff.

As mentioned in another review, nice to buy this discounted from Tank Museum in case of messing it up but so far a happy bunnie and back to the build.

J
J.C.
Miniart maxifun

Excellent kit, lightyears ahead of the old Tamiya kit.

J
J.F.
Miniart 35th scale Grant mk ll

Large number of different decals
Lots of different options Very detailed kit
Track can take a long time to make highly detailed model I am only half way through making the kit and sofar I am impressed

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H.
Miniart kits are a pleasure and this Grant is no exception

Miniart kits are known for their incredible detail and while this kit doesn't have full on interior and engine details etc it still has fantastic levels of detail including a decent sheet of photo etch for really fine details like straps to hold down the tools. Production quality is great with minimal flash and mould lines as well. With 6 decal options as well you can really customise the model to a particular theatre of operations in WW2. Whilst not a kit for a beginner in you're a relatively experienced modeller then this is a great purchase. Especially considering I got it for £39 on the Tank Museum which is a nice discount.

MiniArt

MiniArt 1/35 Grant Mk. II

$52.00 USD $72.00

1/35 scale plastic model kit produced by MiniArt.

The M3 Lee, officially Medium Tank M3, was an American medium tank used during Second World War. In Britain, the tank was called by 2 names based on the turret configuration and crew size. Tanks employing US pattern turrets were called the 'Lee' and variants using British pattern turrets were known as 'Grant'.  

Glue and paint not included.

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