Jeep

This is a 1/35 WWII Willy's Jeep made by Italeri.:

The Willy's Jeep was perhaps the best known vehicle used during WWII. Produced by both Willy's and Ford, over 600,000 Jeeps were built during the war. Jeeps were still in use during the Korean conflict. Eventually replaced by the Ford MUTT, many WWII-era Jeeps are still operating today in civilian hands.:

Italeri Jeep Plastic Model Military Vehicle Kit 1/35 Scale #550314
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 Italeri # ita550314
$21.09
 
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Italeri Item # ita550314
Features :
  • Highly detailed 1/35th scale plastic kit for static display..:
  • 105 parts in Dk Green and Clear plastic..:
  • Detailed interior with steering wheel, dash panel, shifter, an driver..:
  • Chassis features drivetrain details and leaf spring suspension..:
  • Detailed engine..:
  • Includes an axe, shovel, jerry can, spare wheel, and trailer..:
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Spotlight Review

 
"Great kit"
jeremy.s.michels1
This is a great kit. The jeep and the trailer will make a nice addition to any diorama. The pieces all go together nicely, and there was little flash on the pieces. The instructions were easy to follow. The figures included in the kit offer a nice detail. I would recommend this kit.

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Features

  • Highly detailed 1/35th scale plastic kit for static display..:
  • 105 parts in Dk Green and Clear plastic..:
  • Detailed interior with steering wheel, dash panel, shifter, an driver..:
  • Chassis features drivetrain details and leaf spring suspension..:
  • Detailed engine..:
  • Includes an axe, shovel, jerry can, spare wheel, and trailer..:

Specs

  • Scale: 1/35:
  • Length: 3-1/4 (8.2cm):
  • Width: 1-1/2 (4.1cm)
  • Italeri Product Number: 550314

Includes

One 1/35 WWII Willy's Jeep:


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Reviews

  
 
"Jeep on the Beach"
johncpo41 (www.hobbiesinabarn)
The Italeri Jeep I used with the Italeri LVT-4 Water Buffalo is a great addition to any collection. It was easily put together and add detailing to throughout construction. All of the instructions were clear and easy to follow. I used all craft type acrylic paints for the initial painting and weathering coats applied later. This review is in the same theme as the one for the Water Buffalo.

 
"Jeep 1/35scale"
mdely1
Pretty good kit. Instructions are decent. This one is the second and enjoyed the first. Look forward to getting both done and start working on a diorama.

 
"Willie American Jeep"
John (Newfoundland, Canada)
Starting to build up my Allies collection and started with this. Not as sharp as kits I've had from say Tamiya but for the price it's not bad. There was a little flash to clean up but nothing you can't manage easily. I like the trailer, simple but adds so much to a scene if desired. I haven't put the figures together yet, they look ok, but old and outdated in terms of the detail. The kit builds pretty smoothly and it's a pretty good choice for a beginner or someone a bit more seasoned wanting to practice some new paint jobs or custom the jeep here and there. I added a few pics of the jeep build as of now, will post one when complete.

Markings

  • One decal sheet with 4 marking options::
  • 1: s/n 20212406, 4th Marine Div, 14th Marine Artillery, Iwo Jima,:
  • 1945.:
  • 2: s/n 20596872, 3rd Marine Div, 3rd Marine Reg, Guam, Aug, 1944.:
  • 3: s/n 20711994, 5th Army, 34th Infantry Div, Cassino, Italy, 1944.:
  • 4: s/n 20173449, 101st Airborne Div, Normandy, 6th June, 1944.:
  • Color Schemes::
  • All: Overall: Olive Drab.:
  • Detail Colors::
  • White, Black, Silver, Steel, Flesh, Red Brown, Wood Brown, Mid Stone, Khaki, Green, Clear Red.

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