1/144 scale jeeps and trucks?

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frank2056:
Does anyone make WWII vehicles in this scale? Ideally a jeep, but a 2 1/2 ton truck would be good. N scale seems too small to me.


Thanks

Frank

Mossie:
Custom Dioramas do a white metal Jeep & Studebacker 2 1/2 ton fuel truck, as well as British trucks & equipment:
http://www.customdioramas.co.uk/1_144%20Accessories.htm

Matador Models do some resin British WWII trucks too & airfield vehicles:
http://www.matadormodels.co.uk/yairfield5%20144%20ground/lists%20airfield%20144%20ground.htm

Both based in Britain so I'm not sure how much you'll get stumped for postage.

lancer:
also try this outfit as well. They have am excellent range of stuff.

http://www.pg-models.com/index.aspx

frank2056:
Thanks for the suggestions so far! There used to be a US distributor for Matador - can't find them now. The PG models stuff looks great, and they take Paypal... but 1/160 is probably too far off scale, unless it's the 1/150 N scale. Feh. Silly train modelers and their funky "scales".

Mossie:
Found Pithead Minatures from Sweden as well Frank, a number of WWII N scale vehicles including a Jeep & a M3 half track:
http://www.nowear.se/pithead/

I think N scale should do you okay, especially with vehicles, even the largest tanks are only going to differ by a couple of mm at most.

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