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Friday, September 15, 2017 - 07:07 PM GMT+7
3D in Scale offers new conversion sets to build variants of the M14 half-track.
Built by the International Harvester Company, the M14 Multiple Gun Motor Carriage was a half-track that carried two .50in anti-aircraft machine guns on an M5 chassis. It was produced under the Lend-Lease program, with most going to Britain. Having no demand for anti-aircraft guns at that time, the vehicles were converted either into gun tractors, personnel carriers, or ambulances. Later, many found their way to the IDF where they were used for many years.

Available are two conversion sets:

  • M14 Half-track Gun Tractor / Personnel Carrier
  • M14 Ambulance Half-track
Both sets were designed to work with Dragon's M2 / M3 half-track kits. The M14 Ambulance Half-track set also contains two stretchers, one depicted as ‘open’ and the other as ‘rolled-up’.

More stretchers may be availed of separately. These are sold in three sets containing: three as ‘open’, five as ‘rolled-up’, and a mixed set with two ‘open', and three 'rolled-up'.

Lastly, free shipping for all 3D in Scale products is currently offered at Shapeways. This applies to orders over US$25 and is valid until 24 September 2017.

Our thanks to 3D in Scale for these updates.

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Oh f--k, life is getting expensive All these cool variants of a vehicle, allowing me to show off engineering and design variations, development history et.c. .....
SEP 15, 2017 - 07:18 PM
Ha ha I agree Rob, good to see though!
SEP 16, 2017 - 12:33 AM
Nice addition of these vehicles, as we can wait till hell freezes over for a plastic one. The 'rolled up' stretchers showing all different folds is a nice touch
SEP 16, 2017 - 01:53 AM
Still...no SU-57.
SEP 16, 2017 - 07:11 AM
Ambulance is a nice fit and the stretchers a great touch.
SEP 17, 2017 - 02:24 PM
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