DRA1062 - 1/350 German Battleship Scharnhorst, 1940
DRA6727 - 1/35 Armored 1/4-Ton 4x4 Truck w/.50-cal Machine Gun (3 in 1)
DRA6879 - 1/35 Sd.Kfz.234/1 schwerer Panzerspähwagen (2cm) Premium Edition
DRA6888 - 1/35 Tiger I Mid-Production w/Zimmerit Otto Carius (Battle of Malinava Village 1944)
DRA6946 - 1/35 GERMAN SUPER-HEAVY SELF-PROPELLED MORTAR
DRA6947 - 1/35 Tiger I Late Production w/Zimmerit (Normandy 1944)
DRA7611 - 1/72 Sd.Kfz.251 Ausf.C + 3.7cm PaK 35/36
DRA2507 - 1/72 YF-23
DRA3622 - 1/35 IDF M113 Fitters & Chata'p Field Repair Vehicle (Combo Set)
DRA6110 - 1/35 Panzer SS-Grenadiers, HJ Division
DRA6149 - 1/35 U.S. Army Anti-Tank Team
DRA6615 - 1/35 StuG.IV Early Production (2 in 1)
DRA6849 - 1/35 IJN Special Type 4 "Ka-Tsu" w/Torpedo "Operation Tatsumaki"
DRA6940 - 1/35 Sd.Kfz.171 Panther Ausf.D mit Pantherturm
DRA7376 - 1/72 Tiger I, Initial Production s.Pz.Abt.502 Leningrad Region 1942/43 ~ Armor Pro Series
DRA3582 - 1/35 IDF M60 w/Dozer Blade
DRA6869 - 1/35 Panzerkampfwagen VI(P) / Bergepanzer Tiger(P) - (2 in 1)
DRA6924 - 1/35 Jagdpanther Ausf.G1 Late Production / Ausf.G2 (2 in 1)
DEALER LOGIN
Dealers Please Click
Here To Login

PRODUCT SEARCH

Orange the new color of Value


Dragon Models USA, Inc.
224 Mercury Circle
Pomona, CA 91768

Call: (626) 968-0322
FAX: (626) 968-0234
sales@dragonmodelsusa.com

Dragon Models
An award-winning line of high quality plastic model kits that include tanks, cars, aircraft, figures, and warships in popular scales.
1/72 M4A3(76) W VVSS Sherman
Click on any images to view their full size.
ITEM NO: DRA 7567
EAN-13 BARCODE: 0089195875679
SCALE: 1:72
ANNOUNCED ON: 10/5/2017
ARRIVED ON: 4/17/2018
Share |
Find This At Your Local Hobby Store
Type In Your Zip Code
*actual product may not be exactly as shown
 
Barcode: 0 89195 87567 9
Case Pack: 48
Box Size: 6.4" x 10.2" x 1.9"

The M4 Sherman must surely be one of the most famous and recognizable tanks of all time. Dragon's latest launch is a version of the M4A3(76)W. This tank’s nomenclature indicates it was powered by a 500hp Ford GAA V8 gasoline engine (M4A3), boasted a 76mm M1 gun (76), and had protective “wet” stowage for ammo rounds (W). The M4A3, the U.S. Army’s preferred Sherman variant, began replacing the M4 and M4A1 in 1944. The more potent 76mm antitank gun was needed to confront more heavily armored and more powerfully armed German tanks, and it started to see combat in France from July 1944 onwards.