Main page  |  

 русский 

 english 



download catalogue



Nuremberg 2012

 SUBSCRUBE TO OUR NEWS and you will be the first to receive them




Popular

Popular


ICM - Recommends










Aviations Figures Technics Ships
 1:32
 1:48
 1:72
 1:35
 1:48
 1:16
 1:72
 1:48
 1:35
 1:24
 1:144
 1:350
 1:700

Krupp L2H143 Kfz.69 with Pak 36
Krupp L2H143 Kfz.69 with Pak 36German Artillery Tractor. Krupp L2H143 was one of the most famous German vehicles of WWII. This successful 1,5-tons 3-axle (6x4) truck was produced since 1930 to 1942. It had original construction: 4-cylinder air-cooled opposite engine, backbone frame, bogie suspension.


Art.: 72461
Scale: 1/72
Views: 8462 comments (2) more
Krupp L2H143 Kfz.70
Krupp L2H143 Kfz.70German Light Army Truck
Krupp L2H143 was one of the most famous German vehicles of WWII.
This successful 1,5-tons 3-axle (6x4) truck was produced since 1930 to 1942. It had original construction: 4-cylinder air-cooled opposite engine, backbone frame, bogie suspension.


Art.: 72451
Scale: 1/72
Views: 6606 comments (3) more
Sd.Kfz.261
Sd.Kfz.261German Radio Communication Vehicle. The Sd. Kfz. 261 was another variant of the unarmed radio communication vehicle. Its main difference from the Sd. Kfz. 260 was the type of antenna.


Art.: 72441
Scale: 1/72
Views: 4922 comments (3) more
Sd.Kfz.260
Sd.Kfz.260German Radio Communication Vehicle. The Sd. Kfz. 260 was the unarmed radio communication vehicle on the base of Sd. Kfz. 222. They were used in tank and motorized units.


Art.: 72431
Scale: 1/72
Views: 7170 comments (1) more
Sd.Kfz.223
Sd.Kfz.223German Radio Communication Vehicle. On the base of Sd. Kfz. 222 it were developed various radio communication vehicles, such as Sd. Kfz. 223.These vehicles were armed with a single MG 34 machine gun and used in reconnaissance units.


Art.: 72421
Scale: 1/72
Views: 5937 comments (2) more
Sd.Kfz.222
Sd.Kfz.222German Light Armored Vehicle. The German Sd. Kfz. 222 was the main light armored vehicle of the German Wehrmacht. This vehicle was built on the Horch 801 chassis. These machines were used in all fronts of WWII.


Art.: 72411
Scale: 1/72
Views: 7192 comments (3) more
Sd.Kfz.222
Sd.Kfz.222Sd.Kfz.222 - German Light Armored Vehicle. The Sd.Kfz. 222 was the main light armored vehicle of the German Wehrmacht. It was produced from 1936 to 1943. This vehicle was built on the Horch 801 chassis.


Art.: 48191
Scale: 1/48
Views: 9372 comments (0) more
Bergepanther with German Tank Crew
Bergepanther with German Tank CrewThe Armored Recovery Vehicle, Bergepanther was another variant built on the chassis of the Panther Ausf. D. This set includes the figures of 4 crewmen.


Art.: 35342
Scale: 1/35
Views: 10800 comments (0) more
Pz.Kpfw.V Panther Ausf.D
Pz.Kpfw.V Panther Ausf.DPz.Kpfw.V Panther Ausf.D - WWII German Tank. With its well sloped armor, and potent 75mm cannon the Panther was, without a doubt, the most famous German tank of WWII. Mass production of the first variant, the Pz.Kpfw V Panther Ausf. D, commenced in early 1943.


Art.: 35361
Scale: 1/35
Views: 17215 comments (3) more
le.gl.Einheits-Pkw (Kfz.2)
le.gl.Einheits-Pkw (Kfz.2)After 1933 Germany began openly building a modern army. A vital part of the mechanization of the Wermacht was the development of special all-road personnel vehicles.


Art.: 35522
Scale: 1/35
Views: 11771 comments (0) more




Our novelties:
   Already on sale

Model T 1912 Light Delivery CarArt.: 24008
 Scale: 1:24
Spitfire Mk.IXC \'Beer Delivery\', WWII British FighterArt.: 48060
 Scale: 1:48
Model T 1917 Utility, WWI Australian Army CarArt.: 35664
 Scale: 1:35
American mechanics (1910s) (3 figures)  (100% new molds)Art.: 24009
 Scale: 1:24
MiG-25 RB, Soviet Reconnaissance PlaneArt.: 48902
 Scale: 1:48
Model T 1917 Ambulance with US Medical PersonnelArt.: 35662
 Scale: 1:35
Yeoman Warder “Beefeater”  (100% new molds)Art.: 16006
 Scale: 1:16

   Soon on sale



UKRAINE
+38 (044) 369-54-12
9 Borispolskay str., 64 Building,
Kyiv,
02099
E-mail: icm@icm.com.ua
RUSSIA
+7 (495) 514-99-14
4 Novokyzminskaya street,bul 12,
Moscow,
109377
E-mail: icm-mos@mail.ru