You can’t really field a late war Motor Platoon without their main ride: the M5 half track. There are a couple of plastic kits out there for the very similar M3 half track, but for my Polish 1st Armoured I decided to get the resin kit of an actual M5 from Warlord.
We’re a bit spoilt for choice in 28mm armour right now. Besides the traditional resins we’ve got loads of plastic vehicles coming onto the market, with Warlord teaming up with Italeri and newcomer Rubicon jumping in with both feet. So instead of one tank in today’s review you get two. Well actually three!
I think I have a tank problem. I’ve realised I enjoy painting armour a lot more than infantry, and keep buying new ones while my big pile of unpainted lead men goes unloved. Of well, what can you do? Time for a chunk of German self-propelled arty: the 105mm Wespe.
The Daimler Dingo was a tiny armoured car used by British and Empire troops in WW2. Four-wheels, two blokes, and a machine gun or an AT rifle. What more do you need? To support my NZ troops as they battle through the Germans in Italy I bought a Warlord Dingo Mk2. Most of what the […]