1:144 British WWII
Sherman Crab II Mine Flail
(resting mode)

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This tank is fully painted in Green Color scheme, weathered. No assembling required.

This model has arms lowered. The flail rested on the ground, as when the tank is stationary.

This tank was a member of "Hobart's Funnies" which took part in the Normandy landing in 1944. The Sherman Crab was used for clearing mine fields with its rotating flail. The flail rotated in a direction pushing and detonate the mines out to the front of the tank rather than down under the tank for obvious reason. The Crab II was an improved version with cutters to tear up barbed wire; chalk dispensing bin on both sides to mark path cleared of mines; and a pair of lit masks to help coordination between several Crab IIs working together.

More information of the development of 1:144 WWII British Sherman Crab II Mine Flial available here:


(Diorama, figures and dust NOT included)


Not "N" scale or 1:160.

The model is fabricated with state of the art "3D Printing" technology. Highly detailed. Product of Hong Kong.