Hobby Boss GMC Bofors 40mm Gun Vehicle Model Building Kit

(4 customer reviews)

Original price was: $56.84.Current price is: $47.36.

Last updated on June 18, 2024 4:39 am Details


  • Photo-etch parts (including gunsights and brackets).
  • Decals and color painting guide for a single vehicle serving with the Free French 22nd Colonial AA Group.
  • 1/35 Scale Armor

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Additional information


Hobby Boss



Item Dimensions LxWxH

8.56 x 2.95 x 2.71 inches



Item Weight

13.4 ounces

Number of Pieces




Product Dimensions

8.56 x 2.95 x 2.71 inches

Item model number



MMD Holdings, LLC

Date First Available

February 22, 2012

4 reviews for Hobby Boss GMC Bofors 40mm Gun Vehicle Model Building Kit

  1. Roger

    This was a fun kit to build. The details and results are very good. I plan to add additional details with a Black Dog accessory kit.

  2. Philip Lewis

    Basic good kit. Some illustrations are not clear as to placing parts .dry fit before etch parts add nothing to overall kit.Some are as small as pencil dots.I left them off.I had trouble placing cab on body.again,dry fit.not for novice builders.

  3. Edward Breslin

    This is a very good model of a somewhat rare weapon system. I understand the U.S. Army built a very few of these gun systems and passed them all on to the Free French forces. The French used them in Europe and, later, apparently used a few in Vietnam. The model is very detailed ( I counted about 19 separate parts for the engine!!) and will make up into a very nice model of the GMC CCKW truck with gun system . Not for beginners though!!

  4. Ron A

    My first Hobby Boss kit. It looked just like what I wanted, separation from the German “R” kits and their many inadequacies, poor documentation, etc. Also a kit that would take more than a few hours to complete. it met all those requirements but ended up being a female dog with its many very small parts and in some cases poor instructions. I agree that you need to be an expert to do the kit justice. I’ll stick with Japans “T” kits

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