Vehicles (How to order the DVD)

$7.95

A7V-Tank

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The first and only WWI Tank the Germans built and used..With a crew of 18,, only 20 built. Comes in German, BW, and a Joe Arpaio SWAT TEAM vehicle (a hoot!) versions. Easy and fun to build !!
$7.50

Airstream

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The classic Airstream of the thirties is not just a museum piece. Still in use today, it is as sturdy and modern in appearance as the first day it swung into traffic. As a result, an Airstream is always "in style'. Our little Airstream goes in back of our little Pedal Car model.
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Awesome WWI Model Tank Collection

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The complete WWI Tank collection-9 models - ALL downloadable from Fiddlersgreen.net
$3.00

Blue Bell Locomotive

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Built in 1909 at the Ashwood Works in Kent, it's been chugging around the Bluebell Railway in Sussex since 1960 carrying happy visitors to the line.

Bob (Coming Soon)

Birdman Bob the Builder
$3.00

Bugatti Racer

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Bugatti Racer the last of the Vintage Classic Racing Cars, the Bugatti, was first produced in 1933 and went on in 1934 and 1935 to win many International Grand Prix events.
$2.50

Cruisers

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Two cruisers, typical of the type seen around the canals and coastal/inland waters. One has a skiier.
$2.00

Flying Scotsman

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For nearly three-quarters of a century the "Flying Scotsman" has left King's Cross for Edinburgh. It is doubtful if this record can be challenged by any other train in the world. This is one of the earliest Fiddlersgreen models and is somewhat primitive.
$7.50

Flying-Humvee

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The US Military has come up with more than 50,000,000 exploratory bucks for this Humvee Transformer (TX) program calling for a ‘robust ground vehicle’ that can quickly transform into a vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL. It'll have a 1,000 pound payload and a flying range of 300 miles. Yeah right !! When pigs fly.. The FG Flying Humvee is easy to build and with moving parts like a proper transformer. Large and regular versions PLUS the BumbleVee fun version- Sorry, no BW version for this model due to budget cutback.
$9.95

Flying-Tank-A40

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Built around the lightweight T-60 Soviet Tank, the Antonov A-40 KT barely got off the ground....If there would have been a powerful enough tow plane it may have been successful. The development of large gliders and transports put an end to the Antonov A-40 KT. Kit includes both version of the T-60 tank. With a little ballast in the nose of the tank, this beauty actually FLIES !!
$2.95

Ford Tin Lizzy

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The Tin Lizzie was the first car to be manufactured on a full blown assembly-line. After converting to assembly-line production on January 14, 1914 the selling price was lowered by $850 - to $370 !!
$7.50

Ford-M1918-WWI-Tank

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Designed in 1918 by Ford Motor Corp it was intended as a quick and easy substitute to the Renault FT-17. 15,000 were ordered but only fifteen were actually produced and then only two were shipped to France for battle before the 'war to end all wars'...ended. This 3 ton light WWI tank, about as heavy as an SUV, was powered by two off-the-shelf model T engines.
$3.00

Gypsy Caravan

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Originally gypsies were musicans and entertainers living in tents and gradually, as the road system improved, they began to travel and LIVE in colourful wagons like this. The 1st World War saw the demise of the traditional Caravan and Gypsies started living in more modern caravans.
$2.50

Intercity

Intercity, is one of our few cardmodel trains. Another easy model for the kids!
$6.95

Lanchester-Armored-Car

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In 1914, the Lanchester was the second most numerous armoured car in service after the Rolls-Royce. It was originally designed to support air bases and retrieve downed pilots. In 1915, the Lanchester underwent hull remodelling and was formed into armoured car squadrons. This model has a fun Bush/Cheney version included.
$8.50

LKII-Tank

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The LK-II was a late WWI German tank that, in fact, was late for the Great War to End all Wars And just a little too early for the next one war. The folder has a larger version (1:22 and a smaller at 1:36 also in the colorful Swedish version. Now all the WWI tanks in this in your folder have been updated to be in relative matching scales so you can display them as a set. Always print from your FREE (forever) MyModels folder.
$2.50

Lobster Boat

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This boat can be spotted on the Cornish coast UK. To be precise, in the harbor of Penzance. (note the 'PZ' on the hull?) Colorful and easy to build and in includes a few lobster pots.
$1.50

London Bus

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Models don't get any easier than this little toy. Great for young newby modellers to use as a starter to a wonderful hobby. Also helpful in showing them what to get out of the way of.
$1.50

Mallard Locomotive

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Mallard was designed by Sir Nigel Gresley as an express locomotive specially built to power high-speed streamlined trains. Its wind-tunnel-tested, aerodynamic body allowed it to reach speeds of over 100 mph. Mallard was in service until 1963, when it was retired, having covered almost one and a half million miles. One of our very early models (1983)
$8.95

Mark-IV

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A classic looking 1917-18 British Tank which was arguably, the most important tank in the 'War to End All Wars". Comes in British, captured German, and BW and two sizes. An easy and especially fun build.. Approx scales 1:54 and 1:39
$3.00

Model-T-Van

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The Ford Model T (colloquially known as the Tin Lizzie and also the Flivver) was an automobile produced by Ford Motor Company from 1908 through 1927. The Model T set 1908 as the historic year that the automobile came into popular usage. The Ford Model T was named the world's most influential car of the twentieth century. Print your company name of the sides and use it for promotions
$2.50

Narrow Boat

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These little holiday homes on the water can be see chugging all over the canal system. This is a model of our (formally) own narrowboat "Layla". Look for it along the UK canals.
$15.95

Opel Blitz Truck Collection

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Eleven completely different versions of the German Opel truck that played such an important role in WWII. This is a must for any Wargamer or diorama artist. 10 from John Dell with a couple playful versions from Guido Van Roy.
$3.95

Opel BlitzTruck

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Scaled to 1:60 for use with the Messerschmitt Me-321 Gigant glider and Me-323 motorized Gigant. This model has been re-designed from the original Dell Collection and is 135% larger in scale as well as somewhat easier to build. BW version and two sizes included.
$4.50

Paddy-Wagon-Medieval

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Because the is no crime what-so-ever, this is a totally un-necessary vehicle for our 100% safe Medieval Story Book Village. Hmmmm...perhaps there is no crime because of this dreaded omnipresent paddy wagon. Two sizes includes horse and driver and a set of flags you'll find interesting (Feb 2011)
$5.95

Panzer Tank

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The Panzer III was a tank developed in the 1930s by Germany and used extensively in World War II but It soon became obsolete in this role and for most purposes was replaced by up-gunned Panzer IVs, though some would continue to be used for infantry support until late in the war. This tank model is included FREE with the Me-321 Gigant Transport Glider.
$4.95

Pedal-Car

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A Fuel Saver !! We saw this wonderful toy at the Sherborne Museum in Vermont, snapped a couple photos from which our Bulgarian MP, Emil, whipped up a three view drawing. Also, the first cardmodel. Derek, our cartoonist, has sketched out a few future designs that you can chuckle over on the webpage. This little model is nuthin' but fun !!
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Pedal-Car-Stretch-Limo

A cardmodel stretch limousine of a US Congressman riding along behind a HUGE amount of money acquired from lobbyists. Another cutie in two scales from the Fiddlersgreen Pedal Car Collection.
$1.50

Post Van

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As described by Hollingshead, mail vans in the United Kingdom were originally horse-drawn, operating in conjunction with the railway network, including Travelling Post Offices, carrying mail between railway stations and places distant from them, and between sub-post offices and sorting offices
$8.95

Renault-FT17

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Renault FT-17 WWI light tank.. This was the first real armored WWI Tank and was used by many countries all the way into WWII. Comes in THREE versions. two sizes plus a BW for wargammers. Reduce to any scale. Also included is a cardmodel diorama ruins.
$7.50

Schneider-Tank

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First French tank of WWI but proved to be pretty much ineffective. It was long and narrow and to cross trenches easily there was a boat-like bow. Besides certain structural defects, their armor plating was too weak and the fire hazard was far too great. In this respect they were very vulnerable even to light artillery fire.
$7.50

St-Chamond-WWI-Tank

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It was almost twice as heavy as the Schneider, had a crew of nine, five of whom served the cannon and machine guns. Four hundred tanks of this model were built. Some were sent to the Western Front in May 1917, others were shipped to Russia. Part of the Fiddlersgreen WWI Tank Collection
$5.95

T60-Russian-Tank

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The T-60 scout tank was a light tank produced by the Soviet Union from 1941 to 1942. In this time over 6,292 were built. The tank was designed to replace the obsolete T-38 amphibious scout tank. Most notably, a lightened version of the T-60 was used for the famous A40 'Flying Tank' experiments. (see Fiddlersgreen Aircraft Collection)
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Tank-Rigby

Wallis Rigby was quite famous for his many types of paper models, from ships and trains to actual rubber-powered flying models. He was a great self promoter and was written up in many publications from the 1930s through the 1950s. This little tank is an example of a 'Modern Model' published in a wartime comic strip as a givaway in 1940. At one time and for a very limited time, we offered the tank at the top of the page as a free sample but have since deleted it as not being a serious model for the collection. Please do not email.
$2.50

Trams

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Easy to build and a lesson in transport history. These trams are running every day at the Beamish Open Air Museum in the North of England. Approx:5" long
$3.00

Travel-Trailer-Trotwood

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A retro 1940s travel trailer downloadable cardmodel. We call it an Escape Capsule from the sucky 2009 economic collapse. The web page has the full story
$7.50

Whippet-Tank

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The Whippet "A" was the first medium tank to enter service in WWI. It was the first tank with a separate turret displaying the classic silhouette that we still see in present day tanks. It's successes in 1918 made the tactitians sit up and take notice of the medium tank concept. Comes in British and German(captured) markings. Large and regular sizes plus handy BW. Great informative instructions !!
$3.00

Witch

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A downloadable FLYING cardmodel of a Halloween Wild and krazy Witch. Really flies and pretty well. Super easy to build. Can be launched with a large rubber band..Wing span of 9 inches.
$2.50

Working Narrow Boat

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These 70 ft long boats used to carry cargo all over thee lower half of England until the Trains and eventually, the highways took their business away. The canals were, however, used extensively during both wars.

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$39.95

Vehicles Collection DVD

Collection of Cardmodel Vehicles.. Tanks, cars, boats, trains, etc