Some interesting news out of Tasca, it looks like there is a name change taking place.
A new announcement from Tasca has a big scale Jeep on the way, and all the way from Bantam.
Ready for another Sherman variant? Tasca, through their website, is showing a upcoming release of another Sherman variant.
Tasca are on the recovery trail with an M32B1 in the works. Take a look inside for more details.
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.
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.
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).
Announced a week or two ago but somehow slipping thru the net, this is the latest M4 Variant from Tasca.
Without doubt, currently, the most sought-after Sherman variant is the M4A3E2 'Jumbo'. Finally, we're getting one in styrene...
Tasca have just announced the latest in their continuing line of M4s with one of the most wished-for
Tasca have just published, via their Website, Images of their M4A3(76)W.
Tasca have just announced the latest in their continuing M4 'Stable' with a long-awaited variant.
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.
Another variant of the Sherman III has been announced by Tasca.
Tasca, are to follow up their 1/24 Pzr II with a DAK version.
Tasca, on their website, are showing the first images of what could be a significant change in direction...
Tasca have just announced their latest M4 Sherman variant(s).
Tasca, although it hasnít appeared on their website, (At least I canít find it) have released an M4A4 Sherman.
Yet another suspension set - this time from Tasca
Following on from Pat McGrath's story on the new trackset & .50 Cal MG, here's another couple of releases from Tasca
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.
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)
Tasca have announced the release of a British version of their #35-012 M4A1 Sherman (Late Production) kit, available only through their online shop.
Just when you thought the housekeeping money was safe, Tasca have announced another two M4 Variants in 1/35th.
Tasca have released images of their new release item 35-010 1/35 M4A1 Sherman
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....