US ARMY M6OA2 MEDIUM TANK
This is the 1/35 Scale US ARMY M6OA2 MEDIUM TANK plastic model kit by Tamiya.
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- Scale 1/35
- Construction type Assembly kit
- Photo-etch parts Not included
- Decals Included
- Special feature 1 Length: 207mm.
- Special feature 2 Detailed 152mm main gun
- Special feature 3 Infrared scope
- rear ventilator and stowage basket details
- Special feature 4 Turret
- main gun
- commander's cupola and 12.7mm machine gun are all movable.
- Special feature 5 Sliding driver's hatch is a movable part
- Special feature 6 The turret hatch can be assembled in open or closed position
- Special feature 7 Includes commander and driver figures (2 total)
- Tamiya Product Number: 89542
One plastic model kit by Tamiya.
Requirements & Suggestions
- Modeling Knife (tes50627c) (xacx3201) (exl16001)
- Plastic cement (tes3501) (tes3502) (pls00002) (tam87012) or glue (hlc107)
- TS-5 - 100ml Olive Drab (tam85005)
- X-1 - 23ml Black (tam81001) (tam81501)
- X-10 - 23ml Gun Metal (tam81010) (tam81510)
- X-18 - 23ml Semi Gloss Black (tam81018) (tam81518)
- X-2 - 23ml White (tam81002) (tam81502)
- X-3 - 23ml Royal Blue (tam81003) (tam81503)
- XF-1 - 23ml Flat Black (tam81301) (tam81701)
- XF-15 - 23ml Flat Flesh (tam81315) (tam81715)
- XF-58 - 23ml Olive Green (tam81358) (tam81758)
- XF-61 - 23ml Dark Green (tam81361) (tam81761)
- XF-62 - 23ml Olive Drab (tam81362) (tam81762)
- XF-7 - 23ml Flat Red (tam81307) (tam81707)
This is a re-release of the M60A2, which was previously released as a limited edition item. The tank was
nick-named the "Starship" due to some technological developments which were rather advanced for its time (or, as some stories have it, due to complex maintenance procedures). The newly-designed low-profile turret was fitted with a 152mm main gun designed to fire both conventional rounds and anti-tank projectiles. Sadly, however, the M60A2 saw a relatively short production run after its manufacture commenced in the 1970s, and was withdrawn from service in the early 1980s.