1/72 German Winter Figures and Vehicles

Some painted Caesar German infantry in Winter gear and whitewashed German tanks.


Two King Tigers. The one on the right is an old Hasegawa model and on the left a repainted Altaya die-cast model.

A Revell Panzer IV with sideskirts and a Revell Tiger both in Winter cammo.



Matchbox 1/76 LRDG Chevrolet



Matchbox LRDG Chevrolet dating from the seventies, it actually had "Made in England" stamped on the diorama base.










Fictional battle of the Tavronitis Bridge by Dave Hall

Some more photos from Dave Hall from Albuquerque who writes

"Here are some photos of fictional battle of the Tavronitis Bridge. Again these are based on my rules. The figures are Airfix, Orion, SHQ and ESCI. Please take note of the SHQ motorcycles and 2.8cm.

Dave Hall

Albuquerque"



















DAK - Work in Progress - Carlos (Brazo de Nelson Wargame Club)


I took some pictures last week of some 1/72 scale DAK stuff my mate Carlos has on the go when we met up at the shop where we usually game.

Repainted Altaya PzIIs



Repainted Altaya PzIVs



New Italeri Fast-Build Kubels + "Passengers"



Italeri DAK with head-swaps





Pegasus "German" Trucks





HaT German HMG Team conversions



Bunch of finished squads




Italeri Panzerjäger



WW2 US & Japanese Pacific Wargame Units by Dave Hall (USA)


I was sent these photos to add to the blog by Dave Hall from the States.

Dave based these troops for his own rules, which he will be publishing in a book he's writing on World War Two in the very near future.

The shots are of a platoon of US Marines, both ESCI and Revell, while the Japanese are from Waterloo 1815 and ESCI.















Fujimi Normandy Tiger I



I "inherited" this tank, along with quite a few other 20mm gems, from a member of our wargame club, Alberto Beneitez, when he moved away a couple of years back.


It's a Fujimi 1/76 kit and has made a few appearances in various games, and in its day it valiently played the part of Michael Wittman, merrily blasting holes in the British 7th Armoured Division's tanks.






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