I could really use a few of the WWII German Supply Wagons
How can you possibly model the German army without this set as the German (unlike the western allies) used horse drawn equipment on a very large scale ! HaT must be the only company to be producing these essentials.
Western allied tank riders are also unique to HaT and almost unattainable.
8179 Gatling Gun and Crew 8180 Gardner Gun and Crew 8181 British 17th Lancers 8191 Zulu Warriors 8192 Natal Native Contingent 8193 Egyptian Camelry 8210 Colonial Wars: British Artillery 8237 Zulu Wars: British Infantry 8271 Dervish Warriors 8316 Unmarried Zulu Warriors Anything 'Colonial wars' will do anyway, but if I have to limit my wishlist, please restock 8210 British Artillery, 8179 Gatling Gun, and both of the Zulu warriors, 8191 and 8316. Pleaaaase . Thank you.
The range of late 1:72 scale WW1 British Infantry is severely limited globally without your Canadian Infantry. As far as I can make out, there are the specialist W^D models (metal die cast sandbaggers, sappers, troops at rest, some plastic walking troops, etc.), there are the curious (and very limited) Emhar sets (with either a tank crew or field gun and crew), there are the metal die cast Wargames Foundry figures. WW1 British forces are otherwise severely underrepresented and your Canadian Infantry set is badly missed. The Airfix set, being without the Brodie helmet, is horribly inappropriate to anything after 1916. Retailers have sold out around the entire world and await new supplies. The world needs your Canadian figures. I need your Canadian figures. Help.