British Universal Carrier

This is a plastic model kit of the 1/35 Scale British Universal Carrier Mk.II Forced Reconnaissance from Tamiya. Suitable for Modelers Age 10 and Older.

Tamiya British Universal Carrier Plastic Model Military Vehicle Kit 1/35 Scale #35249
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Specifications :

Scale: 1/35

  • Tamiya Product Number: 35249
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"Well detailed little tank"
calaron (Salol, MN)
this is a well detailed little armored personnel carrier.. I will be using this for a 40K Imperial Guard Troop Transport.. should work very well for my WWII themed army.

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Features

  • Highly accurate static display model.
  • Complete suspension and accessory detailing.
  • Five life-like figures included.
  • Realistic one-piece flexible tracks.
  • Tow hook in the rear.
  • Bren machine guns and Enfield No.4 Mk.1 rifles.
  • Detailed driver's panel.
  • Separate equipment: knapsack, holsters, canteen, bayonet, ammo pouch, jerry can, stowage bin, ration box, shovel.
  • String provided for tow cable.
  • Window cable.
  • Waterslide decals for four types.
  • Great addition in making an attractive diorama!
  • Detailed, illustrated assembly instructions.

Specs

Scale: 1/35

  • Tamiya Product Number: 35249

Includes

One 1/35 British Universal Carrier Mk.II Forced Reconnaissance


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Reviews

  
 
"Great detail"
BlucherFamily (Overland Park, KS)
Typical of Tamiya, this kit packs a lot of detail into a very smooth build. I found no overflash and all the parts came of the sprues nicely. The fit of the parts was perfect, and left no visible seems after painting. The result is a picture perfect reproduction of this iconic infantry/armor support vehicle used by the British during World War II.

 
"Universal Carrier with a Punch"
johncpo41 (www.hobbiesinabarn)
The Universal Carrier was among my first Tamiya kits back in the '70s when it was released and it is still a favorite of mine. I modified mine some what by adding on detailing parts and placing a 6lb Anti tank gun in tow through some home built ruins of mine in the early stages. Both kits are oldies but rank right up there with the best. I would highly recommend either kit and certainly paired up to anyone.

 
"Nice but the Tracks"
alex295
I use to consider this a go-to or a rainy day build kit. Ive built six of them in a variety of uses. It goes together great and can be built as a variety of vehicles. I actually have two almost done, being used as late war Soviet Lend-Lease carriers. My only concern, which is a relatively new one, rests with the tracks. The two under construction and a prior build all suffered from track breakage within days of being fitted. The issue is the tracks are tight...and the glueable tracks melt with even a minimal application of liquid cement. If you are using the side skirts this can be hidden under neath. I'd still recommend the kit, just a little caution on the tracks.

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