Category Archives: Military

Dinky 615, U.S. Army Jeep & 105mm Howitzer.

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This is a Dinky No 615, U.S. Army Jeep with 105mm Howitzer cannon. Both these models were adapted from other sets to make this one. The cannon was as with all Dinky cannon’s of the era, able to fire small … Continue reading

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Dinky 617, Volkswagen KDF & 50mm Anti-Tank Gun.

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This is a Dinky No 617, German Army Volkswagen KDF & 50mm PAK Anti-Tank Gun. Part of Dinky’s World War Two series of models this is a nice set. It was produced between 1976 and 1977.

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Dinky 612, Commando Jeep.

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This is a Dinky No 612, Commando Jeep. Another version of the same jeep was made towing a howitzer artillery cannon. This model was produced between 1973 and 1980.

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Dinky 692, Leopard Tank

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This is a Dinky 692, German Army Leopard Tank. Dinky also produced a Battlefield ‘REME’ recovery version of this tank. This model was produced from 1974 to 1980.

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Dinky 681 DUKW Amphibian ‘Duck’ Landing Craft

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This is a Dinky 681 D.U.K.W. Amphibian Landing Craft. This was a World War II landing craft in the American Army. Dinky also produced it as part of a Task Force set, and it is seen here in it’s single … Continue reading

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Dinky 699, Leopard Recovery Tank.

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This is a Dinky 699, German Army Leopard Recovery Tank, in blister packaging. An unusual version of the Leopard Tank, no firepower, instead used to rescue / recover other tanks that have for whatever reason run into trouble. This model … Continue reading

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Dinky 656 German 88mm Mobile Gun.

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This is a Dinky 656 German Army mobile 88mm Gun. One of the most complex models Dinky produced in the 1970’s. The front and rear wheel sections were removable, and the cannon itself had legs which hinged down to make … Continue reading

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