Crusader Mk.III air defense tank armed with two twin 20mm Oerlikon automatic fire guns. It was a variant of the A15 Crusader tank developed in July 1944 to protect armored units from German air attacks. But due to the absolute air superiority of the Allies, after the Normandy campaign they had a limited use, sometimes being used against ground targets, with in the case of the 1st Polish Armored Division. The A15 Crusader was a cruiser tank that entered service in 1941 and about 5,000 units were manufactured from all versions, including in addition to anti-aircraft, self-propelled artillery, recovery and bulldozer.
IBG 1/72 scale model kit, in hard plastic, 8,7 cm approx. long to assemble, photo-etched parts, glue not included. Decals for Western Europe (1st Royal Tank Regiment, 7th Armoured Division and 1st Polish Armor Division). Not suitable for children under 14 years old.