L'Arsenal releases a 1/200 scale Yamato 155mm Turret.
A new waterline kit of a Crown Colony cruiser packaged under the name HMS Jamaica - 1942. This cruiser class was of light cruisers of the Royal Navy named after Crown Colonies of the British Empire.
If you're improving your 1/350 scale battlewagon kit, here's one (or two) more items you can add to your aircraft catapults - resin Vought OS2U Kingfisher floatplanes.
This kit represents one of the SC-497 series ship, of which 438 units were built during WWII. Seventy of the SC-497s were converted into patrol control crafts (SCC), 18 were converted into coastal mine sweepers (AMC), and 8 were converted into patrol gunboats, motor (PGM).
New details are now available to add to your dockside diorama. They range from several vehicle types to harbor/dock features.
Leading ship of a series of seven ASW frigates, the Georges Leygues stood in service in the French Navy ranks for about thirty years and was decommissioned in 2014. Now a kit is under development by L'Arsenal.
Commissioned on August 25th, 1937, HMS Sheffield was the third light cruiser of the Town-class (Southampton -first group- sub class). The kit depicts HMS Sheffield as during the Battle of the Barents Sea which took place on December 31st, 1942.
With the constant search for diorama accessories, L'Arsenal comes to the rescue again. This time with a set of 1/350 scale French Barges.
From our friends at L'Arsenal 2.0 is the long anticipated release of the 1/400 scale French Navy submarine, Casabianca.
The French "1 ,500 ton" fleet submarine (pre-WWII Redoutable class) will be available this Spring in 1/400 scale.
Now available, 15 Imperial Japanese Army tanks in a ship scale. Load up your transports, populate your docks or deploy them to the battlefield.
L'Arsenal has released new small scale resin vehicles sets. They include boats, cars/trucks and aircraft.
The new L'Arsenal site is up with new products announced. Two new naval subjects (plus an Aerospace one) are listed on site.
One of the most consistent product producing vendors for ship modelers is undergoing some major changes.
The latest sets for diorama fans contains an assortment of 30 vehicles found in the USA in the late 30's and German staff cars from WWII.
Fearless was the first purpose built LPD used by the Royal Navy, launched in 1963 and commissioned in 1965. She served in the Falklands Islands War and even had a roll in a James Bond film.
Manufactured before US's direct involvement in the Second World War, these vehicles were widely use by the allies and many were captured by German forces ended up being used in service for the Wehrmacht.
The last new set from Larsenal in 2014. No, they don't float but you can use them for your Kriegsmarine dioramas.
Latest addition to the giant Mulberry Harbor puzzle is the Shore ramp that was needed to make a link between the floating causeways and the beach, so the vehicles could disembark safely.
The portable, temporary harbors developed by the British in World War II to facilitate rapid offloading of cargo onto the beaches during the Allied invasion of Normandy, the 'Mulberrys' made the invasion of continental Europe possible. L'Arsenal now adds a new component to their existing Mulberry sets.
3 new sets of 1/350 trucks for use with dock diorama settings or as cargo on ship.
For those who want to arm their Soviet/Russian boomers, there's a new set of 1/350 resin missiles for your silos.
The motor vehicle company Autocar produced their first car in 1900 that was a single cylinder chain drive runabout. About 27 were made. During the Second World War they had produced 50,000 trucks. Now L'Arsenal has made the heavy haulers them available for your 1/350 transports
Load up your boomers with these ballistic missile sets for both US and USSR SSBNs.
L'Arsenal has two new 1/350 scale items to add to either your ships or dock settings. Both sets are available from the L'Arsenal webite.