Hasegawa 1/72 M3 Grant Mk.1 Tank

(5 customer reviews)


Last updated on October 24, 2023 3:22 am Details


  • 75mm and 37mm guns rotate and elevate if desired
  • Includes two figures
  • Decals for different versions
  • 74 pieces included
  • Illustrated assembly instructions

Create Your Free Price Drop Alert!

Price History for Hasegawa 1/72 M3 Grant Mk.1 Tank

Additional information

Product Dimensions

1.5 x 9.5 x 5 inches

Item Weight

3.2 ounces

Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer



United Model, Inc.

Date First Available

July 2, 2006

5 reviews for Hasegawa 1/72 M3 Grant Mk.1 Tank

  1. Arturo De La Rosa

    I wanted to build this tank for my 1/72 collection but I did not want to pay thirty something dollars for the better Mirage version. Nor do I like the Airfix tanks as they are really in 1/76 scale. The Hasegawa version is more affordable at $13 but less detailed. I did not like the look of the overly narrow tracks on this model. Also, some of the instructions are vague but you can figure them out by using the available pictures. The turret will turn and hit the man next to it so you might want to just leave him off of the model. The other man needs to be cut shorter or he will stand too high in the turret. I also chose to leave the crate off the back of the tank as it would have covered some nice details of tools and equipment. And, I would have liked the American decals included. It took me about 4 hours to build it. With a little better English instructions, it would have been faster. Each step needs to be planned in the correct order to avoid having to make corrections later. It’s a descent model on cheap tracks. I enjoyed building it though. A nice paint job and decals of course, helped the finished product look better.

  2. Kent Cummings


  3. Marcus Welby

    Nice model, well molded.

  4. clinton matthews

    very pleased with the model.

  5. daemon0

    Very figgity, there is quite a bit of flashing to remove. The plastic is thin so be careful with the use of plastic glue. Revell 39604 goes a long way so be careful. Recommend you use tweezers to position a part into place.

    I didn’t glue parts 18 so it can freely rotate up and down. I glued a piece of sprue in back of part 13 so it doesn’t fall back-there wasn’t a way for part to snap into grooves to keep gun from moving backwards. There are paint suggestions for the tank crew. Paint color for the tank is “MIDDLE STONE”, but I don’t know what this is. The artwork of tank on box suggests a tan color. Since I am putting it in Burma diorama I’ll have to do some research.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *