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Some interesting news out of Tasca, it looks like there is a name change taking place.
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A new announcement from Tasca has a big scale Jeep on the way, and all the way from Bantam.
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Ready for another Sherman variant? Tasca, through their website, is showing a upcoming release of another Sherman variant.
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Tasca are on the recovery trail with an M32B1 in the works. Take a look inside for more details.
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Tasca have some new items getting ready to go on the market. One of these is a full model Sherman and the other is for those of you who like to update and modify their builds. Take a look inside for more details.
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Tasca models have announced a 1/24th scale German Zundapp KS750 with sidecar which should be good company for their 1/24th scale Panzer IIís. This kit represents Tasca models third venture in to the 1/24th scale market and it should be a popular piece with the military modellers and possibly the 1/24th scale civilian car modellers.
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Tasca model continue to expand their range of Sherman tanks, this time around it is a M4A3E8 Sherman Easy Eight depicting its service with the Japanese Ground Self Defence Force (JGSDF).
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Announced a week or two ago but somehow slipping thru the net, this is the latest M4 Variant from Tasca.
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Without doubt, currently, the most sought-after Sherman variant is the M4A3E2 'Jumbo'. Finally, we're getting one in styrene...
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Tasca have just announced the latest in their continuing line of M4s with one of the most wished-for
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Tasca have just published, via their Website, Images of their M4A3(76)W.
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Tasca have just announced the latest in their continuing M4 'Stable' with a long-awaited variant.
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Tasca, have in the opinion of many, been the injection-moulded manufacturer who have done more for the M4 Sherman than anyone else. Now, the company have announced an interesting initiative.
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Another variant of the Sherman III has been announced by Tasca.
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Tasca, are to follow up their 1/24 Pzr II with a DAK version.
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Tasca, on their website, are showing the first images of what could be a significant change in direction...
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Tasca have just announced their latest M4 Sherman variant(s).
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Tasca, although it hasnít appeared on their website, (At least I canít find it) have released an M4A4 Sherman.
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Yet another suspension set - this time from Tasca
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Following on from Pat McGrath's story on the new trackset & .50 Cal MG, here's another couple of releases from Tasca
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Tasca are to release the M3 style early VVSS suspension and Browning Machine gun with early cradle and Ammo box from their Alamein Sherman as separate sets.

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Tasca have released images and are now accepting preorders for their new release item, a 1/35 British Sherman II (M4A1) Direct Vision Type (El Alamein 1942)
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Tasca have announced the release of a British version of their #35-012 M4A1 Sherman (Late Production) kit, available only through their online shop.
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Just when you thought the housekeeping money was safe, Tasca have announced another two M4 Variants in 1/35th.
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Tasca have released images of their new release item 35-010 1/35 M4A1 Sherman
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Sure to be popular with Allied modellers is this new U.S.JERRYCAN SET

At this weekend's show in Tokyo, which although it ISN'T a trade show per se, the Japanese manufacturer, TASCA, announced two new releases in 1/35th scale, one of which is VERY interesting indeed...
A few months ago, I ran the story about the future release of new suspension sets for 1/35th scale Shermans. The sets were being produced by the Japanese manufacturer Tasca/Bego. Now comes news of two more sets...
Tasca/Bego are principally known for their small (but superb) range of 1/35th Scale Armor kits. These two new releases are a completely new direction for them, and if the photos are anything to go by....