The 105mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M7 was an American self-propelled artillery vehicle produced during World War II and used by all the Allied armies. Its nickname Priest has its origin in the British Army due to its front pulpit for the Browning .5 cal. M2 machine gun. Between all versions, about 4400 units were built in the period 1942-1945. Some variants were made on the chassis of the Priest, such as the Kangaroo, an armoured infantry transport vehicle adapted by the Canadians for use by British units and from the domains on the fronts of Italy and Northern Europe. It was capable of transporting two infantry sections (20 soldiers).
Italeri 1/72 scale fast assembly model kit – ATTENTION: one single model in one sprue, no box – 8,4 cm long approx. , glue not included. Decals for Calcamanías para North Africa (British Army), Italy (New Zeland Army) and France (French Free Forces). Not suitable for children under 14.