Product Features and Details
Artitec 387.121 Highlights:
Model: Artitec's 387.121 1/87 scale Humber Scout Car Mk I is fully assembled and painted Standard Camouflage Colour Shade SCC 15 Olive Drab and is armed with a single Bren machine gun. British vehicles serving in Northern and Western Europe in 1944-45 had an Allied white star painted on their sides for simplified recognition purposes. All the new Artitec finished models are highly detailed works of art. They are all hand painted and finished using the highest quality resin, plastic and metal parts. Add a few to your collection today before they are sold out. Models are made in small production runs so don't delay in ordering.
Protoype: The Humber Scout Car Mk I was a fast, light-weight reconnaissance vehicle which was produced beginning in 1942. It was powered by a 6 cylinder inline engine and had a top speed of 62 mph. They were protected by 14 mm of armor and could be armed with two .303 Bren machine guns. They were usually used for reconnaissance and liaison duties with British armored units and over 4,100 Humber Scout Cars were produced during the war. PLEASE NOTE: These models are all handmade and painted which makes every one unique. This means the paint patterns may vary a little and the detail parts like sandbags, turret tracks, antennas, etc. may also be arranged differently. This was also the case in real life. These models are very prototypical.