Tuesday, 8 April 2014

New Products

I have had the masters waiting to be moulded up for a while, but I have finally got on top of things. I shall start with the largest and coolest item.

The Long Tom 155mm Heavy Howitzer was introduced in 1942 . It quickly replaced the older heavy guns in British and US service, many of which had been in service since the Great War. The model come with two pair of pneumatic elevation arms, allowing it to be modelled either in a direct fire mode or, as pictured, ready for indirect bombardment. The gun barrel and cradle mount are separate allowing the cradle to pivot and the barrel to be modeled at full recoil. This also makes for safer storage and transport. The price is based on the amount of resin used and the complexity of casting some of the componants.



Ordnance ML 4.2 inch Heavy Mortar entered service in 1942 during the Battle of El Alamein. Due to the small size and weight on this model I may be able to post it in an envelope, reducing the postage cost considerably.



This last item is a complete kit which uses components from the S20TL truck. The moulding is not complete as yet, but if you order one I will speed up the process and make sure it is posted out within 7 days. If you are willing to shave down some of the componants yourself the price drops to £20.

As before Postage is flat rate £3 UK & EU, or £4 to the rest of the world.

I currently have a stock pile of Block Trail Howitzers, Indian Pattern Carriers and AMD 80 Armoured cars. So if you order these items they will be sent within 2-3 days rather than my usual 7 day casting cycle.

~Bob

13 comments:

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  2. Olivier, thank you for your interest. I have sent you an email. I thought it best to hide your email address.

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  3. the S45 T is a heavy truc for tanks or big guns isn't it ?
    nice add to the 1940 (and 1943 Tunisia) range !

    paco

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    1. I'm using in that way. Technically it was intended as a recovery vehicle.

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  4. how much progress have you done on the Long Tom? I'm looking at getting one

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    1. It's completed and ready for sale, I have sold a couple already.

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  5. Beautiful stuff! how do i contact for an order?
    jeff

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  7. Nice work....how do i Contact for an order?

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  8. Hi how do I put a order in with you please?

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  9. Hi, how do i put a order for the british 4,2 heavy mortar please?

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  10. how do i put an order in for the long tom mate?

    daniel.eccles@precious-homes.com

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