|Expected release date is Jul 1st 2019|
Note to Customer: This product is placed on reserve in May 2019. It's MSRP is $1,500. When the system has enough reserve, FOA will contact the customer about pricing and timing of delivery
ESTIMATED PRICE: $1,500 (confirmed when ArmorPax invoices FOA)
Note to Customer: Products that are NOT in stock but still available for purchase means that FOA can to source the laser-cut parts within 2 weeks of your purchase
WARNING: ArmorPax has discountinued this Quadmount Maxson. When the current inventory is sold out, this kit will be out of production
M16MGMC includes rubber tracks, vacuum formed fenders and resin sprockets, with other resin accessories. Non-Assembled laser-cut steel. This is NOT a conversion, as the kit includes the ArmorPax Quadmount and the M16 Half-Track.
TheM16 is a variant of the M3 Half-Track, with a different bumper/winch system (provided with kit), folded side and back armor panels, different front lights, and back panel storage boxes.
Figure not provided with kit.
This kit is a limited release due to the ArmorPax .50cal Quadmount Maxson availability under limited partnership with this company. The Quadmount is by itself a super detailed kit made of metal parts, resin, screws, hinges. Experience with "mixed media" is recommended. Metal and resin parts will need to be cleaned before gluing. Superglue is recommended.
M3 based Multiple Gun Motor Carriage equipped with theMaxson M45 Quadmount (more specifically the M45D) with 4 M2HB machine guns(5,000 rounds).
The M45 Quadmount (nicknamed the "meatchopper" and "Krautmower" for its high rate of fire) was a weapon mounting consisting of four of the "HB", or "heavy barrel".50 caliber M2 Browning machine guns (of the M2 Turret Type (TT) variant) mounted in pairs on each side of an open-structure, electrically powered turret. It was developed by the W. L. Maxson Corporation of New York to replace the earlier M33 twin mount (also from Maxson). Although designed as an anti-aircraft weapon, it was also used against ground targets. Introduced in 1943 during World War II, it remained in US service as late as the Vietnam War (where US troop presence ended in 1973)
Posted by Unknown on Nov 9th 2018
Just received it and unpacked, but looks amazing! Still have to go through everything but so far very nice. I do have a couple questions which I will also ask through 'Contact us'. One: The Photo album (and forum) seems to be offline, Two: Painting doesn't seem to be indicated/suggested on instructions so up to builder?, and Three: Are you still considering making it Radio Controlled? Asked previously a few years ago...