new from Dragon Models 1/72 Chinese Volunteer T-34/85

ITEM NO:DRA 7668
EAN-13 BARCODE:0089195876683
SCALE:1:72
ANNOUNCED ON:10/28/2020
EST ARRIVAL:December 2020

The T-34 was the Soviet Union’s most important tank of WWII, yet it continued to soldier on in other conflicts around the world long after 1945. One such user was China. Some of these Russian-built tanks were used by the PLA in the Korean War, after China entered that conflict in October 1950.

Dragon has certainly produced T-34/85 tanks in 1/72 scale before, but this one has some new features appropriate to its use by the People’s Volunteer Army of China. Thus, newly tooled parts depict the front of the lower hull, which is not rounded but rather sharp-edged. Furthermore, different front fenders are portrayed by brand new photo-etched parts. Of course, the distinctive spoked wheels are also newly tooled. The 85mm gun barrel is slide molded as a single piece. This is an exciting new Dragon Armor Pro kit, one that gives a new twist to the famous T-34 tank family.

NEW FROM Dragon Armor 1/72 AAVP-7A1 W/ENHANCED APPLIQUE ARMOR KIT (CAMOUFLAGE)

ITEM NO:DRR 63073
EAN-13 BARCODE:0089195630735
SCALE:1:72
ANNOUNCED ON:10/28/2020
EST ARRIVAL:December 2020
Moving from ship to shore in an expeditionary way requires amphibious assault vehicles, and for a long time the US Marine Corps has relied on the AAV7A1 family to do exactly that. Built by BAE Systems, this family of AAVs has carried US marines ashore for nearly 50 years in exercises and combat operations, as well as proving itself in ground fighting in places such as Iraq. The 29-ton personnel-carrying variant is known as the AAVP7A1, with the current configuration known as the Reliability, Availability, Maintainability/Rebuild to Standard (RAM/RS). Also introduced in 1993 were Enhanced Applique Armor Kits (EAAK) that increase protection levels for occupants.

NEW FROM Dragon Armor 1/72 AAVP-7A1 W/ENHANCED APPLIQUE ARMOR KIT (DESERT YELLOW)

ITEM NO:DRR 63019
EAN-13 BARCODE:0089195630193
SCALE:1:72
ANNOUNCED ON:10/28/2020
EST ARRIVAL:December 2020

Moving from ship to shore in an expeditionary way requires amphibious assault vehicles, and for a long time the US Marine Corps has relied on the AAV7A1 family to do exactly that. Built by BAE Systems, this family of AAVs has carried US marines ashore for nearly 50 years in exercises and combat operations, as well as proving itself in ground fighting in places such as Iraq. The 29-ton personnel-carrying variant is known as the AAVP7A1, with the current configuration known as the Reliability, Availability, Maintainability/Rebuild to Standard (RAM/RS). Also introduced in 1993 were Enhanced Applique Armor Kits (EAAK) that increase protection levels for occupants.

Friends and colleagues!We hasten to please you! Two aviation innovations are on sale!

These are the Soviet Il-2 attack aircraft (single version) in 1/48 scale (RRTs 1990 rubles) and the German Junkers Ju-87 B2 dive bomber on skis in 1/72 scale (RRTs 470 rubles).

Both models are available to order on our website, and from tomorrow they will be available in our store "Star-Hobby" on Milashenkova!