N gauge military models

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by slurp, Jun 7, 2005.

  1. slurp

    slurp Member

    Hi guys 'nother question from the newbie :wave: .

    Been trying to locate a manufacturer of military models, in particular British armour, trucks, tanks etc with no luck. I know Roco do a couple of items but not British, any one any ideas or can point me in the right direction?? Your help appreciated on this matter otherwise i might have to rethink my layout:cry:
  2. 2slim

    2slim Member

    I remember seeing some pewter military pieces for war gamers someplace. And I think there was a company called 'Trucks and tracks' that was making resin military pieces in N scale. For the pewter pieces try GHQ they might be the ones I'm thinking of.

    P.S. Yep, GHQ has 'Micro-armor' it scales to 1/285 so it might be a little small.

  3. slurp

    slurp Member

    THanks for that 2slim, had a look at GHQ and they onmly do one piece of armor (which happens to be US) in 1:160. Am now beginning to think i'm flogging a dead horse with this and may have to seriously rethink my layout.:cry:
  4. Evan

    Evan Member

  5. slurp

    slurp Member

    Evan thank you for that, it could quite possibly save my plans :)
  6. slurp

    slurp Member

    Well, have sent off for one or two items so will let you know how good they are when they arrive, thanks once again for the link Evan:)
  7. Sunburn

    Sunburn Member

  8. Sunburn

    Sunburn Member

    Very nice metals

    Last night I got 2 of the 3 items ordered. Gorgeous detail. Very pleased. I believe these are Skytrex Miniatures. I will try to get decent pictures up.
  9. MarkFielder

    MarkFielder New Member

  10. slurp

    slurp Member

    Thanks for the links guys, some interesting stuff out there when you know where to look. Would still be much appreciated if any more came to light if ou could add them.
  11. eightyeightfan1

    eightyeightfan1 Now I'm AMP'd

    Haven't seen them in awhile. When I was in N scale, I used to use Micro-Machines. I think they may have been a little out of scale.But,some cleaning of the flash, protypical paint jobs, a little weathering and they made a great cheap, military flatcar loads.
  12. Will_annand

    Will_annand Active Member

  13. slurp

    slurp Member

    Many thankls for the above links guys. Have found one that almost suits/fills most of my requirements now, if any of you are after British Military Vehicles then i can heartily reccomend this site http://www.pg-models.com/

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