British Vickers Light Tank MK IV

Size: 1/87 - HO
Sale price£8.00


3D Printed British Vickers Light Tank MK IV

Perfect for any WWII game setting

This is a multipart model, developed by Wargames 3D, we are a licensed producer. These are not our designs, we have no control over the historical accuracy and cannot, under any circumstances, make any amendments to them. Please ensure you are happy with the model image prior to purchase.

All miniatures are printed on high resolution printers with the appropriate resin.

!!Important!! Please ensure you have checked the main shop page for current lead times. These timescales will change based on how busy we are.

Be aware that all resin prints use supports to ensure successful printing, we will remove and clip these, but some filing may be required. If a miniature is big enough that we have printed it hollow, then you will need to clean and fill where the drainage holes have been situated.

Please note that we do our best to print in grey but given the state of the world our print colour may vary depending on what we can get hold of at the time.

If you have any problems, please get in touch with us.

The Badger 3D Creations Team.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Another Badger gem!

As a fan of the really early war stuff, this was a must have. Beautiful print.

Graham Matthews
Light Tank Mk IV 1/76

A nice little model of a rarely modelled British light tank. Only a little tidying up was required, the rest being painting, marking and weathering. The quality is generally good, although the MG seems a little under size (I replaced it) and the trackwork a little heavy.

I am currently trying to collect an example of each British light tank mark. I have a conversion from a rather poor wargaming model of the Mk I, a scratchbuilt Mk II, this Mk IV, Mk V converted from the JB/Airfix Mk VI, JB/Airfix Mk VIa, b &c, an Extratech Mk VII Tetrarch (1/72 scale) and will be looking to buy the Badger 3D Mk VIII Harry Hopkins.

It would be great to have decent models of the Mk I and the Mk III (for which I can find no drawings for scratchbuilding)... any chance??

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