M4A1 Sherman Kit (Kickstarter Exclusive)

M4A1 Sherman

The M4 Sherman was the workhorse medium tank of US and western Allied forces during World War II. Armed with a multi-purpose 75mm gun that could fire both high-explosive and anti-tank rounds, it ruled the battlefield when first introduced. The Sherman would later prove inferior in firepower and armor to heavier German Panther and Tiger Tanks, but it’s superior mobility, reliability and ease of manufacture proved to be a war winner.

The M4A1 Sherman was a variant produced by the Lima Locomotive Works and is characterized by one-piece cast armor hull, which had a rounded appearance in compared to the boxy, welded hulls of the other Sherman types.

Additional information about this Brickmania custom Lego® kit:

This Brickmania custom kit is only being offered as an exclusive reward for helping to launch the Brickmania Track Links™ on Kickstarter. All photos are shown using LEGO Technic track links, which will be replaced with the more realistic Brickmania Track Links when the kit is delivered. The only way to order this kit now s to pledge now for delivery when the new tracks are ready (we are aiming for sometime in July).  Your opportunity to own one of these kits ends Saturday Jun 8, at 12:25pm CDT.

M4A1 Sherman

Digital representation of M4A1 Sherman kit with Brickmania Track Links

The M4A1 Sherman kit has the following features:

  • Fully rotating turret and elevating main gun
  • Custom pad-printed tank commander minifig
  • Rounded shaped cast-style M4A1 hull design
  • Built to the same 1/35 scale as other Brickmania kits
  • Includes 528 new condition elements from LEGO and Brickmania
  • Comes with signed and number certificate of authenticity
  • Intermediate Skill Level (4-6 years experience with LEGO is recommended)

All Brickmania model kits are made of new-condition LEGO bricks and this one includes compatable weapons by BrickArms. This model comes disassembled and includes completed printed building instructions and comes packaged in a sealed box.

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