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 1/35 Scale
 BMW R12 civilian
 BMW R12 military
 Einheitsdiesel (metal cargo body)
 Einheitsdiesel (telephone exchange)
 Einheitsdiesel with 3,7 cm Breda
 Einheitsdiesel (recovery crane)
 Einheitsdiesel (small field kitchen)
 German small field kitchen Hf. 14
 Breda 37/54 - 37mm Anti-aircraft Gun
 Bussing-Nag 500 S
 Bussing-Nag 500 A
 Bussing-Nag 4500 S
 Bussing-Nag 4500 A late
 Bedford QLD General Service
 Bedford QLT Troop Carrier
 Bedford QLR Wireless
 Bedford QLB Bofors Gun Tracktor
 Otter Light Reconnaissance Car
 Chevrolet C15TA
 Marmon-Herrington Mk.I
 Marmon-Herrington Mk.II Middle East
 Marmon-Herrington Mk.II Field Force
 Panzerspahwagen Marmon-Herrington
 Skoda 100mm vz 14/19 Howitzer
 Skoda 100mm vz 14 Howitzer
 10cm LeFH 14/19 (t)
 Obice da 100/17 Mod. 16
 Scammell Pioneer SV2S
 Scammell Pioneer R100
 Scammell Pioneer Tank Transporter
 KTO Rosomak - "Green Devil"
 KTO Rosomak - Polish APC
 KTO Rosomak with OSS-M turret
 Chevrolet C60S Petrol Tank
 Chevrolet C15A Personnel Lorry
 Chevrolet C30A General service

35037 Chevrolet C15A Personnel Lorry

The Canadian Military Pattern (CMP) truck was a class of military truck - of various forms - made in large numbers in Canada during world War II to British Army specifications for use in the armies of the British Commonwealth allies. Most CMP trucks were manufactured by the Chevrolet division of General Motors of Canada Ltd. and by Ford Motor Company of Canada. Just over 500,000 CMP trucks were manufactured in Canada, accounting for roughly two-thirds of the 815,729 military vehicles made in Canada during World War II. CMP truck production in Canada exceeded the total military truck production of Nazi Germany.



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