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  • C40 TAM56336 RC KING HAULER 1:14 (RC KING HAULER 1:14)
    This is a special edition of Item 56301 King Hauler, which was the first in the Tamiya series of 1/14 scale Tractor Trucks. The King Hauler was first introduced in 1993 and has been a favourite among R/C enthusiasts for many years. The body parts of this edition kit come pre-painted in Metallic Black straight from the factory floor.

    Tamiya's Tractor Truck Series come with authentic suspension with leaf springs. Power is provided by a 540-size front mounted motor, and 3-speed gear changes are possible via a 4-channel transmitter. Tamiya's Tractor Trucks may be connected to separately-sold semi-trailers.

    Black Finished Body

    Finished Body only available in kit.
    Replacement unfinished replacements available.
    When reproducing the black colour on the unpainted parts, apply a base-coat of black (TS-14), then overcoat with metallic black (TS-40).

    Specification

    Scale : 1/14
    Construction type : assembly kit
    Terrain use : on-road
    Drive-train : 4WD
    Drive type : 3-speed
    Drive line : dog bone
    Differential type : gear
    Suspension : leaf spring
    Steering mechanism : bell-crank
    Shock damper : friction damper
    Shock damper material : aluminium
    Tire type : rubber
    Tire tread : radial
    Body material : ABS Plastic
    Chassis material : aluminium & plastic
    Electronic Speed Control (ESC) : not included
    ESC model : n/a
    LED Light buckets : yes
    LED lights : no
    Motor : 540-brushed type
    Bearings : metal bushings
    Adjustable camber : fixed
    Adjustable toe angles : fixed
    Adjustable ground clearance : fixed
    Adjustable gear ratio : 3-speed transmission
    Adjustable wheelbase : fixed
    Adjustable track width : fixed
    Adjustable shock angle : fixed
    Special feature 1 : Body and P parts are replaced with pre-painted Metallic Black parts.
    Special feature 2 : Length: 600mm, Width: 180mm, Height: 255mm.
    Special feature 3 : Coupler is included to enable connection with any currently available Tamiya 1/14 scale trailer.
    Requires A : 4-channel radio gear
    Requires B : 7.2 battery & charger
    Requires C : electronic speed control
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    R7,488.00
  • M836 TAM24342 MAZDA ROADSTER MX-5 1:24 (MAZDA ROADSTER MX-5 1:24)
    2015 saw the debut of the 4th generation Mazda Roadster (MX-5), the iconic car with a heritage dating back to 1989. This dynamic lightweight car was made to amplify the thrill of driving, with a punchy 1.5-liter (2.0-liter in North America) engine and 6-speed transmission, while including modern must-haves such as advanced safety equipment. Tamiya has faithfully captured the NEW roadster in 1/24 scale! Details include; option to choose left or right hand drive, soft top in folded position and highly detailed interior. 

    Scale: 1/24
    Construction type: Assembly kit
    Photo-etch parts: Not included
    Decals: Included
    Special feature 1: Length: 164mm, width: 80mm.
    Special feature 2: The model breathtakingly captures the car?s dynamic form with roof and side windows down.
    Special feature 3: Features realistic depictions of the underside and interior.
    Special feature 4: Metal transfers are included to recreate emblems and side mirror surfaces.
    Special feature 5: The model can be assembled as left- or right-hand drive versions, and includes markings to recreate Japanese, U.S. and rest-of-the-world market cars.
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    R551.00
  • M173 TAM24323 TOYOTA 86 1:24 (TOYOTA 86 1:24)
    This is a 1/24 scale assembly model of the new Toyota 86, which was released to the driving public in April 2012. Details of full size subject: The Toyota 86 is a lightweight, front engine rear-wheel drive sports car. It is a collaborative effort between Toyota and Subaru and is powered by a 2.0-liter flat 4-cylinder engine which features Toyota's D-4S direct injection technology. From the exterior styling to the suspension, every component of the 86 has been newly designed with the goal of providing a fun driving experience to commuters across the globe.

    Specs & Features
    - 1/24 scale plastic assembly kit.
    - Length: 177mm, Width 84mm.
    - Hood may be opened to reveal the flat-4 engine.
    - Steerable front wheels.
    - Metal transfers included for mirror surfaces and manufacturer emblems.
    - Detailed suspension and drivetrain.
    - Includes metal-plated parts for light cases.
    - Window masking stickers included.

    Suggested Paint Colours 
    TS-14 - Black
    TS-15 - Blue
    TS-45 - Pearl White
    TS-64 - Dark Mica Blue
    TS-65 - Pearl Clear
    TS-76 - Mica Silver
    TS-8 - Italian Red

    X-1 - Black
    X-11 - Chrome Silver
    X-18 - Semi Gloss Black
    X-26 - Clear Orange
    X-27 - Clear Red
    X-32 - Titanium Silver
    X-8 - Lemon Yellow

    XF-1 - Flat Black
    XF-16 - Flat Aluminium
    XF-2 - Flat White
    XF-56 - Metallic Grey
    XF-7 - Flat Red
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    R495.00
  • M931 TAM14099 HONDA NSR 500 1:12 (TAM14099 HONDA NSR 500 1:12)
    Although now featuring 990cc 4-stroke engine bikes, prior to 2002 the top class of the World Motorcycle Grand Prix was the GP500, featuring bikes restricted to 500cc engines capable of producing a maximum 150hp. In the 1980's Honda and Yamaha dominated the GP500, with Honda racing their legendary NSR 500. Honda's 2-stroke V4 engine loaded NSR 500 made her first appearance in the GP500 in 1984. After a disappointing debut season the NSR 500 lived up to all expectations in 1985, with former world champion Freddie Spencer taking out his second world title. In 1986, whilst the NSR 500 was in the capable hands of Wayne Gardner in the GP500 class, in Japan it flew the famous Honda racing team colours in the domestic All Japan Road Race Championship. Burdening high expectations for instant success, by round 3 champion Honda rider Keiji Kinoshita and the NSR 500 had already formed a formidable combination. Drawing out the full potential of the powerful 2-stroke 499cc V4 engine, the Kinoshita-NSR 500 combination clock d the fastest time in qualifying to go on and win Honda's first race of the season. Taking out a second consecutive win in round 4, Kinoshita had already climbed to the top in the riders championship. Holding the lead for the rest of the season, Kinoshita took out his first title in 5 years and Honda their first ever domestic title in the 500cc class. Improving with every season, the legendary NSR 500 continued to be used at the top racing level until the arrival of the revolutionary 4-stroke 990cc RC211 V in 2002.

    Scale: 1/12
    Construction type: Assembly kit
    Photo-etch parts: Not included
    Decals: Included
    Special feature 1: Total length 165mm
    Special feature 2: Synthetic rubber used to represent racing slick tires.
    Special feature 3: Bike stand to hold the completed model included 
    Special feature 4: Vinyl tubing to replicate brake lines
    Special feature 5: Compact in-line 4-cylinder engine and surrounding power train accurately reproduced.
    Special feature 6: Side and seat cowling can be removed even after assembly allowing full display of engine.
    Special feature 7: Newly developed 2.5dia. poly caps used for easy damper assembly and cowling attachment.
    Special feature 8: Cartograf decals for Rossi?s No.46 and Abe?s No.11 (non-cigarette markings).
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    R287.00
  • N55 TAM85083 TS-83 METALLIC SILVER FOR PLASTICS 100ML (TS-83 METALLIC SILVER 100ML)
    These cans of spray paint are extremely useful for painting large surfaces. The paint is a synthetic lacquer that cures in a short period of time. Each can contains 100ml of paint, which is enough to fully cover 2 or 3, 1/24 scale sized car bodies. 

    Tamiya spray paints are not affected by acrylic or enamel paints. Therefore following the painting of the entire assembly, details can be added or picked out using enamel and/or acrylic paints. 
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    R184.00
  • K636 TAM35130 US MI5IA2 FORD MUTT 1:35 (K636 TAM35130 US MI5IA2 FORD MUTT 1:35)
    Back in early 1957, a familiar looking small vehicle was seen to be running over the Aberdeen, Maryland proving ground. It turned out to be the Ford M151 MUTT, a replacement vehicle for the well known M38A1 "Jeep". The MUTT looked very much like it older brother. Both were small, compact, rugged, simple to operated and maintain; however, the M151 incorporated all of the latest advanced features, such as a newly developed OHV engine, light semi-monocoque body and 4 wheel independent suspension system. These features allowed it to outpoint all other submitted replacement vehicles for the ageing Jeep. Development work on this vehicle started at the beginning of 1953 by the Ford Motor Company and the U.S. Army, and it was officially adopted as the replacement vehicle in July 1957. Kaiser Industries and the American Motor Company were licensed to produce the vehicle and they delivered approximately 10,000 units annually to the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines. It was shortly adopted by the other nations of the free world as a replacement for their own light utility vehicles. Some of the advanced features incorporated in the M151 caused some initial problems, such as the strength of the rear suspension system, but these and other minor problems were corrected during the 1964-70 time period. The M151A2, currently in service, has added safety features such as a stiffer rear suspension, large blinker lamps, a two step wind-shield wiper, safety glass and an impact absorbing steering wheel. Because of its extreme versatility, the basic M151 can be altered to a combat ambulance; radio communications vehicle, TOW missile launcher, and the Viet Nam conflict proved it was a true go anywhere combat weapon. Add to this the hauling capability of the matched M416 cargo trailer and you have a tremendous resupply vehicle combination. Furnished to combat units at one trailer to three 1/4 ton vehicles, the trailer is utilized to carry fuel and rations to the combat troops on the front lines and came into being at the same time as the M151. With a light weight of 260kg, and a load hauling capacity of 1/4 ton, the combination is easily air transportable, launched and recovered. The life span of the trailer greatly exceeds that of the motorized vehicle, because they are so simply constructed. Many can be found at civilian surplus depots, and seen on roads and highways going to and from the wilderness areas carrying the camping gear and food for an extended stay in the wilds. A military scene without a 1/4 ton trailer in view would be a rare scene indeed.
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    R184.00
  • K640 TAM35180 ENGINE MAINTENANCE CREW 1:35 (K640 TAM35180 ENGINE MAINTENANCE CREW 1:35)
    Powerplants are crucial components for any motorized vehicle and combat vehicles are no exception. Along with fire power and crew protection, maneuverability directly effects survivability. During WWII, Germany's Tiger I heavy tank initially used a Maybach V-12 cylinder, 21,400cc HL210 P45 gasoline engine. It had a maximum output of 650 horsepower and plenty of low RPM torque; however, propelling a 65 ton chassis through rough terrain was not easy, even for this well engineered unit. On the Russian front during summer months, the engine would overheat and sometimes caught fire, due to the heavy loads and work far exceeding its limits. In order to check the engine oil level and radiator coolant, the Tiger I had to stop every 45 minutes of running time during the summer. Maintenance of the engine was usually the driver's responsibility, but once trouble occurred, the whole crew was compelled to fixing it. These problems and breakdowns were other "battles" for the crew. At a later date, the improved Maybach HL230 P30 engine, with 700 horsepower was used in late production versions of the Tiger I, the Panther, and the King Tiger. Daily maintenance and repair work were still indispensable, and to make maintenance more efficient, an engineer was dispatched from Maybach to the maintenance company of each Tiger heavy tank battalion, to assist in servicing the engines.

    Suggested Paint Colors 

    X-10 - Gun Metal 
    X-11 - Chrome Silver 
    X-18 - Semi Gloss Black 
    X-21 - Flat Base 
    XF-15 - Flat Flesh 
    XF-16 - Flat Aluminum 
    XF-2 - Flat White 
    XF-56 - Metallic Grey 
    XF-6 - Copper 
    XF-64 - Red Brown 
    XF-65 - Field Grey 
    XF-9 - Hull Red
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    R166.00
  • N416 TAM87111 TEXTURE PAINT GRASS- GREEN 100ML (N416 TAM87111 TEXTURE PAINT GRASS- GREEN 100ML)
    bout Grass Effect Texture Paint
    This water-based paint features a paste-like texture with 5mm long colored fibers which is great for recreating grassy surfaces. 
    For best results, apply this over a coat of Diorama Texture Paint (Soil Effect). 
    There is enough paint in each bottle to cover a B4-sized area. (1 coat) 

    40ml Bottle.-Drying time: Summer 3-4 hours, Winter 4-5 hours. 
    As this item is water based, it does not have a strong smell and it is possible to clean with water before it sets. 
    When applying, please use a spatula or an old paintbrush as the new brush bristles maybe damaged when applying. 
    It is possible to mix with other Tamiya acrylic paints to achieve different colors. 
    It is possible to apply washing and dry brush on the texture painted surface with enamel paints. 
    Please note that this paint will not depict a grass surface with individual blades of grass. 
    Do not use with airbrushes as it may cause damage.
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    R162.00
  • N154 TAM86058 PEARL CLEAR FOR POLYCARBONATE BODY 100ML (PS-58 PEARL CLEAR 100ML)
    Warning - Never use these paints on plastic models.

    These spray paints were developed especially for decorating transparent polycarbonate bodies used in R/C car modeling. Each can contains 100ml of paint, which is the appropriate amount for finishing the model. 

    Paint the body from the inside, keeping the can about 30cm from the surface. After curing apply another coat. Small details should be brush painted beforehand, using Tamiya bottle paints for polycarbonate. 

    These paints are impervious to oil and fuels, so they can be safely used on gas –powered R/C bodies
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    R154.00
  • K279 TAM35241 MILITARY GERMAN MOTORCYCLE ORDERLY SET 1:35 (K279 TAM35241 MILITARY GERMAN MOTORCYCLE ORDERLY SET 1:35)
    Established in 1919, the German motorcycle manufacturer DKW earned international acclaim in the thirties as a producer of finely crafted two-stroke racing motorcycles. It was at this period that the reconnaissance division of the Wehrmacht, focused on mechanization, was accelerating the deployment of motorcycles. At first, the Wehrmacht did not express an interest in the two-stroke engine produced by DKW. In 1938, however, they decide to adopt the 11hp single cylinder two-stroke engine equipped DKW NZ 350 medium cycle. In 1940, production was started on the NZ 350/1 version, specially modified for the Wehrmacht. This new model featured a cast iron engine block, centrifugal air filter, and strengthening braces from the frame to an added luggage carrier. Although it proved unsuitable for heavy cross country use, its light weight and easy handling mad it ideal as a courier cycle in Europe, North Africa and Russia well into World War II.
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    R147.00
  • K292 TAM32578 GERMAN MOTORCYCLE & SIDECAR 1:48 (GERMAN MOTORCYCLE &SIDECAR 1:48)
    Add some more detail to your 1/48 scale dioramas with this scale model of a German motorcycle and side car. Side cars were paired with motorcycles by German forces in many areas of the WWII conflict, and their excellent off-road ability combined with the bike’s engine power made them a useful asset in transporting soldiers and equipment, some even being mounted with machine guns.

     

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    R140.00
  • N128 TAM86050 PS-50 SPARKLING PINK ANODIZED ALUMINIUM FOR POLYCARBONATE 100ML (SPARKLING PINK ANADIZED ALUMINIUM 100ML)
    Warning - Never use these paints on plastic models.

    These spray paints were developed especially for decorating transparent polycarbonate bodies used in R/C car modeling. Each can contains 100ml of paint, which is the appropriate amount for finishing the model. 

    Paint the body from the inside, keeping the can about 30cm from the surface. After curing apply another coat. Small details should be brush painted beforehand, using Tamiya bottle paints for polycarbonate. 

    These paints are impervious to oil and fuels, so they can be safely used on gas –powered R/C bodies
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    R140.00
  • N44 TAM86049 PS-49 SKY BLUE ANODIZED ALUMINIUM 100ML (PS-49 SKY BLUE ANODIZED ALUMINIUM 100ML)
    Warning - Never use these paints on plastic models.

    These spray paints were developed especially for decorating transparent polycarbonate bodies used in R/C car modeling. Each can contains 100ml of paint, which is the appropriate amount for finishing the model. 

    Paint the body from the inside, keeping the can about 30cm from the surface. After curing apply another coat. Small details should be brush painted beforehand, using Tamiya bottle paints for polycarbonate. 

    These paints are impervious to oil and fuels, so they can be safely used on gas –powered R/C bodies
    Add to Cart
    R140.00
  • K246 TAM35184 GEMRAN MACHINE GUN CREW 1:35 (K246 TAM35184 GEMRAN MACHINE GUN CREW 1:35)
    This high quality 1/35 scale figure set from Tamiya features a 5 man machine gun crew on manoeuvres. All figures included are in walking poses, some with sleeves rolled up. A generous selection of weapons and detailing parts are included to help create authentic dioramas. Add this set of figures to Tamiyas 35213 Kubelwagen and you have the start of a great diorama.
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    R138.00
  • N129 TAM86052 CHAMPAGNE GOLD ANODIZED ALUMINIUM 100ML (PS-52 CHAMPAGNE GOLD ANODIZED ALUMINIUM 100ML)
    Warning - Never use these paints on plastic models.

    These spray paints were developed especially for decorating transparent polycarbonate bodies used in R/C car modeling. Each can contains 100ml of paint, which is the appropriate amount for finishing the model. 

    Paint the body from the inside, keeping the can about 30cm from the surface. After curing apply another coat. Small details should be brush painted beforehand, using Tamiya bottle paints for polycarbonate. 

    These paints are impervious to oil and fuels, so they can be safely used on gas –powered R/C bodies
    Add to Cart
    R132.00
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