Waugh Games, a wargaming retailer/online shop based in Teeside, is now producing its own range of resin 15mm WW1 and WW2 vehicles.
At the moment all that is available is a handful of German vehicles, but they look good to me and are very competitively priced.
The vehicles are in resin, with integral bases (which won't please everyone, but that I quite like) and metal turrets/gun barrels.
Currently listed in their store are:
And at the moment they are running a series of promotions that make the models even more affordable.
They need some good pics to really sell the models, but here's the Opel Maultier:
Now I need some Maultiers for my Gebirgsjaegers, so I'm going to buy some (probably the three for £7.50 offer...very good value) despite the fact that although, as I said, I like cast-on bases, the base shown above is VERY big and, if you look carefully, there do seem to be lots of bubble-holes in the paneling on the main body of the truck. Or maybe they are supposed to be, or will look like, bullet holes. We shall see!
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