RESTOCK: M4A2 Sherman Tank – US Marines Edition

M4A2 Restock

The Brickmania team have completed another batch of the M4A2 Sherman kits just in time for Pacific Month. Buy now at 10% off the MSRP through August 31st or while supplies last. Buy it with the IJA Coastal Defense Battery and get free shipping to select destinations*

About the M4A2 Sherman

The M4A2 was a diesel powered variant of the famous M4 Sherman tank, used exclusively by the US Marines during World War II. Armed with a 75mm cannon, the Sherman was the ideal close-up fire support platform, as the Marines dug out entrenched defenders in their island-hopping campaign towards victory against Japan. The US Marines fitted their Sherman tanks with removable fording kits for the amphibious landings that each island assault would require. In this case we have fitted the M4A2 with the unique drum-style fording kits used in the US Marines’ 3rd Tank Battalion. Also included in the kit is a complete set of stickers based on tanks from the Iwo Jima and Tarawa campaigns, allowing you to customize the look of your kit.

Additional information about this Brickmania custom Lego® kit:

The US Marines’ M4A2 Medium Tank kit has the following features:

  • Fully articulated double-wide Brickmania Track Links™ treads
  • Three opening crew hatches on turret and hull
  • Fully rotating turret with posable main gun
  • Optional fording trunks
  • Custom-printed WW2 US Marine minifig
  • Custom sticker set
  • Sturdy construction for active play
  • 1/35 scale to match other Brickmania models.
  • Includes 575 genuine new-condition LEGO, Brickmania and BrickArms elements
  • Intermediate Skill Level (4-6 years experience with LEGO is recommended)

All Brickmania model kits are made of new-condition elements from LEGO, BrickArms and Brickmania. This model comes disassembled, includes complete printed building instructions, and comes packaged in a sealed box. This is a limited edition kit and production may be discontinued at any time.

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