Takom announces also a Bergepanther Ausf. D from 1945
Takom announced their new model kit... a pretty peculiar subject, but also a very pleasant surprise for many.
Takom announces a new variant of the M3 Lee, the mid production one.
Takom enters the 1/72 scale with their V2, Meillerwagen and SS100 tractor.
After releasing Merkava Mk1 and Mk1 hybrid version, TAKOM announced they are working on a Merkava Mk2.
Takom is extending the family of M3 tanks with a late production Lee.
Takom is adding two new models to their 1/16 range with the Imperal Japanese Army Type 94 tankette in two versions.
TAKOM just shared box art images of their two upcoming releases, both depicting ROC Army Brave Tiger MBT.
Another interesting news from Takom, the SS100 tractor with a Vidalwagen for the V2 rocket.
Takom announces a new US recovery tank, the M31.
Takom has just announced an IDF Merkava Mk. 1 and a Mk. 1 hybrid.
Takom just posted info about their new releases in 1/35 scale. Yes, we are getting new M3 Lee and M3 Grant, as well as two sets of German WW2 heavy tank tracks.
After showing teasers of their upcoming releases in Shizuoka, Takom officially announced these model kits on their Facebook page.
Takom has shared an image of the boxart for the Tiran 4, that could be seen during the Nuremberg Toy Fair.
We have confirmation of the new M47's in the works from Takom.
Nurenberg Toy Fair just started and we already have some news from major model kit manufacturers. Here's an annoucement from Takom.
Takom released box art photos of two new 1/35 scale releases, a two slightly different versions of the heaviest tank ever built.
Takom just released a box art photo of their upcoming kit, something many plastic scale modelers were dreaming of... a FV432!
Another huge vehicle from Takom, the Krupp Räumer S, a WWII German mine clearing monster.
Another news from Takom, who will be releasing an V-2 rocket alone and with its transport.
Takom presents a new model of the Mark IV tank, which can be built as either Male or Female variants.
Takom announces the release of two new versions of the T-55 Soviet tank for October.
And the second wheel is for a G6 Rhino,a South-African Self Propelled Gun.
One of the wheels shown by Takom already has an owner: the Hanomag SS100
We've seen the built up exterior, now Takom has released photos of the wealth of interior detail we're getting with their new ZSU-57 kit. It looks like we may want to invest in more fine tweezers and Tamiya thin cement!
Takom has released new photos of their upcoming King Tiger with more details of the interior. It looks to have Zimmerit molded in place and Takom has revealed that there will actually be three kits released. The exact quote is "2045 features turret with standard zimmerit application, and 2047 has the zimmerit panels removed from the turret sides for special Pz.Abt.505 markings". Additionally, we get a version with the Porsche turret as well.
Takom has confirmed they are working on a 1/35 Konigstiger, and shows a couple of sprue shots.
Takom announced their 1/35 scale ZSU-57-2 back in April. Now we have some additional photos to show, a built test model... and it looks very impressive.
Takom just posted this message on their Facebook account... Something M113 fans were eagerly awaiting for quite some time.
Here are the news from Takom, announced at Shizuoka 2016 show. Two new AMX-13 variants and something for the serious collector in 1/1 scale as well.
Takom announced a new kit on their Facebook page... a long awaited 1/35 scale kit of ZSU-57-2.
Takom is producing large quantities of armoured models of late, and continues to feed demand for up to date offerings. The four latest releases takes care of the AMX 13 legion of fans with two alternate track sets for that line of models and then there are two new tanks in the offing.
Takom continues to expand their T-54/55 line with the Type-69II and a late T-54B. They also have two tracksets for the AMX-13 series, with and without rubber trackpads.
These 1/35 scale models from Takom were first shown on Nurenberg Toy Fair, but now these are featured on Takom's Facebook website as well, listed as new products for March 2016.
Could it be time for the Tamiya T55 to go silently into the night? The Tamiya T55 has been the T55 of choice for a good number of years, but now Takom have two T55’s driving onto the market.
Takom just posted couple of their new releases to company's Facebook page. All the fans of T-55 should be happy with these models.
Takom brought us three new Chieftains and have now announced three AMX 13 offerings. these kits will have individual track links, photo etch and clear parts included.
Takom has announced an M9 Armoured Combat Earthmover that I am show will attract a following due to its uniqueness.
Takom has announced news of a new Big Bertha on its way. Designed and manufactured during World War one this is one big artillery piece.
World War One has certainly grabbed modellers by the throat of late with a slew of releases in both figures and vehicles. Takom has sent us news of two new WW1 Mk 1 tanks.
Takom have released an image of the box art for their T14 Armata. This one is causing some controversial comments before it is even released.
Takom has announced a new piece of World War One Armour, or is it three World War One kits? If you are interested in the Mk V read further.
Takom has announced another 1/144th scale piece of Armour, a Land Kreuzer P1500 Monster. I have not heard of this one before, not even as a paper panzer.
Takom has sent Armorama an image of the box top artwork for their Chieftain Mk11.
Takom has just released the first shots of their upcoming 12.8 cm Flak 40 in 1/35! This is sure to be a great kit for fans of WWII and especially fans of big guns! Takom has posted some great pics check them out here!
Takom has come clean on the images that they released a couple of weeks ago reference the Chieftain. So what is the big surprise as we all could see it was a Chieftain well the answer is that it is a Chieftain Mk? Read the answer inside.
Takom have today released news of a limited edition of the Mk A Whippet in the works aimed at the Japanese market. In these days of international internet orders I am sure some of these will end up being built outside of Japan
Takom release further news on their recent teaser images, as many modellers guessed they will be producing another Cold War tank.
Or, more correctly, 21cm Mörser. Takom is to release a 1/35 kit of this German heavy mortar, a huge piece of ordnance that saw service during the Great War.