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Two ways to get an M3 Howitzer

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The M3 Howitzer was developed in World War II by the US Army to fulfill the need for fire support for its airborne infantry unit. The M3 used a shortened version of the standard M2 105mm howitzer fitted to a light-weight, split tail carraige developed for the small 75mm Pack Howitzer. The M3 saw extensive service with US Army during the campaign in Europe, with M3s landing with glider-borne infantry battalions on D-Day and steadily reinforced throughout the European campaigns. The M3 was typically towed behind a 1/4 ton 4×4 (Jeep) utility vehicle.

Additional information about this Brickmania custom LEGO® kit:

  • Gun is poseable with a limited degree of elevation
  • Can be towed behind any vehicle with a hook type hitch
  • Includes 1 custom printed WW2 101st Infantry Division soldier with BrickArms accessories
  • 1/35 scale matches other Brickmania models
  • The over-all color scheme of this model is dark gray
  • Includes 63 LEGO® and BrickArms® elements.

This Brickmania model kit is made from genuine unused LEGO bricks and is shipped disassembled. Also included are full-color printed building instructions and is packaged in a sealed box. All Brickmania building kits are limited production and may be discontinued at any time.

This New Release is part of a special Thursday Daily Deal.  Your Elite Membership give you early access to this amazing deal.  Buy a M10 Wolverine Tank Destroyer and get a New Release M3 Howitzer with 101st Airborne Soldier FREE.

Order the M10 Wolverine Here and get the M3 Howitzer kit FREE
or
Order just the M3 Howitzer kit Here

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This entry was posted by korthwein.

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