Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Heiser Shermans

In World War Two the US Army used almost all the M3A3 Sherman tanks produced. They sent fewer than ten to the UK and kept the rest of them.

Paul Heiser Models now makes more than 30 different Sherman tank variants, all in HO scale.

Some are in plastic, some are in resin, and others are multi-media kits with different combinations of plastic, metal and resin.

The kits are sold unassembled and un-painted. They are all very easy to put together with epoxy or CA type glues.

Paul's Shermans include a detail set with various machine gun choices and other small bits.


Bob G. said...

Those Shermans look great!

I've always wondered why no one (that I know of anyway) has ever made some DECENT M3/M5 Stuarts, M18 Hellcats, or even the M24 Chaffee.

Those (imho) are so needed in HO scale.

Bunkermeister said...

Check out Fidelis Models. PHM does the Stuart series, and used to do a Chaffee. The Hellcat was done by someone, but I forget who did them, don't think they are still out now.

I may have posted some Chaffee photos a while back.