Italeri ITA6574 1:35 M110 Self Propelled Howitzer [Model Building KIT]

(3 customer reviews)


Last updated on March 1, 2024 1:02 am Details


  • This is a plastic model kit (unbuilt/unpainted) – NOT A TOY
  • ASSEMBLY AND PAINTING REQUIRED (glue and paint not included)
  • Contains parts to build one model.
  • Package Dimensions: 6.2 L x 37.2 H x 24.2 W (centimeters)

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Additional information



Age Range Description




Item Dimensions LxWxH

37.3 x 24.1 x 6 inches


Plastic, Rubber

Included Components

Model kit

Item Weight

5.6 ounces

Number of Pieces


Model Name

M110 Self Propelled Howitzer

Product Dimensions

37.3 x 24.1 x 6 inches

Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Release date

November 1, 2020



3 reviews for Italeri ITA6574 1:35 M110 Self Propelled Howitzer [Model Building KIT]

  1. Dave Fingeroos

    This model went together quit easily. I bought this kit because it reminded me of Army days when I was a member of this gun crew. I recommend this kit

  2. RAL3729

    Personal use.

  3. RAL3729

    This kit is the short-barrel M110 that was used in Vietnam. The product description and the instructions refer to a later M110A1 version that actually has a much longer barrel – (minor issue). Each M110 had a crew of 13: 5 rode on the M110, and the other 8 rode in an M548 ammunition carrier. With this kit, the gun barrel and the recoil spade are movable. For diorama purposes, I recommend also getting the M548 model from AFV Club which includes several pallets of shells and powder canisters.

    Likes: Parts fit well and there was virtually no flash. It is molded in near Olive Drab, so one doesn’t need to repaint the finished model. Flexible track simplifies assembly. Three 203mm (8″) shells are included.

    Dislikes: No crew figures are included. No powder-charge canisters are included. The breech-lock is not accurate. A few assembly and painting details were missing.

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