1-100 Sexton II & Ram family
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Canadian alternate version of the Sherman (Later issued American designation M4A5).
Used extensively for training, OP tanks, Kangaroos and flamethrowers. Chassis used for Sexton.
Sexton II mid (headlights on glacis) (open & covered)
Sexton II late (headlights on front shield) (open & covered)
Sexton GPO (mid & late, covered only.)
Ram I early (side doors, MG turret, 2pdr turret) ( with, without box.)
Ram I Kangaroo early (side doors, MG turret) (with, without extra stowage boxes.)
Ram I mid (MG turret, 2pdr turret) ( with, without box.)
Ram I Kangaroo mid (MG turret)
Ram II earlymid (Sherman-style suspension, 6pdr turret with short gun & pistol ports) ( with, without box.)
Ram II mid (Sherman-style suspension, 6pdr turret) ( with, without box.)
Ram II late (Sherman-style suspension, 6pdr turret, no panel on rear of turret.) ( with, without box.)
Ram II OP (Sherman-style suspension, dummy gun)
Ram II Kangaroo late (with, without extra tools)
Badger (Ram II Kangaroo fitted with Wasp Flamethrower in place of hull MG, MG turret fitted on turret-ring blanking plate.)
Optional Bren LMG included for Sexton. If required, glue to mount on flange around front shield.
Optional simple versions of Sexton with all grab-rails filled in.
Vehicles printed sitting on its tracks.
Turrets printed with gun barrels horizontal.
It is vital to clear out between the wheels underneath the hull before removing the outside supports.
Suggest you cut down beside each track on the inside, which makes it much easier.
The grab-rails on the Sexton need to be carefully cut on each side to free the supports before you remove it.
Leave the grab-rails until the very last to avoid breaking them off while handling the model.