--A completely new mold from the Ukrainian GMU model 1/48 M-274 `Mule` This is a guide to a small vehicle for transporting goods.
--The M274 was launched in the late 1940s as a small carrier for small-scale transport on the front lines.
――This vehicle is a two-axis, four-wheel four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering equipped with a horizontally opposed engine at the rear of the vehicle body, and has a simple structure like a large bogie with the engine mounted on a self-propelled type. ..
――The upper surface of the car body is fully flat, there are no instrument panel, doors, windshields, and all parts other than the pilot's seat are cargo loading spaces, and a maximum of 454 kg could be loaded.
――The maximum speed was about 40km / h, which was a low speed for a wheeled vehicle, but the weight of the vehicle was 363kg and it was excellent in running performance on off-road, so it was officially adopted in 1957 and by the end of the 1970s. More than 10,000 units were produced and delivered to the US military.
――Although it was not in time for the Korean War, it was used in large quantities in the Vietnam War, and was widely used for transporting heavy weapons such as machine guns and recoilless rifles and supplies.
-In addition, an armed type equipped with firearms was made by local remodeling, and in the Hue urban warfare known as the fierce battle of the Tet Offensive, this vehicle equipped with a recoilless rifle was very active in the fire support mission and was recorded in the video material.
――When a large number of vehicles that were retired after the 1980s were sold to the private sector, the popularity of the private sector increased and many vehicles that can be operated still exist.
――The kit has realistic details such as the engine, running equipment, and chassis, and also comes with an M2 Browning heavy machine gun.
――This injection plastic kit comes with etching parts and two types of decals (US Army and US Marine Corps 1 each).
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )