The Sherman tank was the most widely used allied tank of WWII. The M4A1
was an improved version introduced in 1944 and carried a much improved 76mm
main gun. This weapon, combined with the Sherman's mobility and numerical
superiority enabled it to defeat enemy armour in combat.
Detailed assembly and painting instructions included.
Highly detailed 1/35th scale plastic kit for static display.
Over 195 parts in dark green plastic with flexible rubber tracks.
Traversing turret and elevating gun.
Detailed road wheels with separate suspension arms.
External details: headlights, turret mounted machine gun, air
filters, tools, jerry cans, optional position hatches, crew figure.
Tracks are of the single piece flexible rubber type.
OPTIONS: Single small sheet of Italeri decals included with markings for three
U.S. vehicles all in Olive Drab (FS34087):
1: 5th Corps, 741st Tank Btn., A Co., Vehicle #7, D-Day Normandie,
2: 10th Arm. Div., 11th Tank Btn., B Co., Vehicle #15, Ardennes,
3: US Marine Corps, Pacific 1944.
Additional paints Required:
Flat: Black, White, Red.
Gloss: Gun Metal, Silver.
One 1/35 Sherman M4-A1 WWII Tank
Paint: (see MARKING OPTIONS)
Cement for plastics (TESR3512)
Nice-to-have tools: Needle File Set, Sprue Cutter, Airbrush and
Length: 6-1/2" (16.7cm)
Width: 3" (7.4cm)