Provide your miniature soldiers with artillery support worth preaching about! Replicating an M7 motor carriage - a self-propelled artillery vehicle given the nickname "Priest" due to its pulpit-like machine gun ring - which was first debuted in battle by the British Eighth Army in the Second Battle of El Alamein (North African Campaign), this finely detailed and hand painted, 1/30 scale, polystone King & Country model is a beauty.
Premium quality features include a fully outfitted, open fighting compartment with a 105mm howitzer, a detailed pulpit with a .50 caliber machine gun, shell cases, and equipment; hull-mounted ammunition crates, haversacks, bedrolls, a fuel can, and other separately applied detail parts; intricate suspension and tracks; a realistic, weathered camouflage scheme with authentic British 1st
Armored Division markings; a metal commander figure; and more. Measures 8" long and arrives ready to display in your World War II desert diorama.
(Don't forget to add two M7 crew figures - item M511351 - to man your 105!)See additional British Eighth Army in North Africa diorama items.