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Sloppy Jalopy

Founded In 2003

Vehicles Made To Match Your Figures



The 1/56th Scale Modern Vehicle Range

Here you will find details of our range of 1/56th scale, resin and white metal vehicles suitable for collectors, modelers, and wargamers. These vehicles were specifically designed to compliment the figure ranges now being produced by companies such as Mongrel Miniatures and MoFo. As such they are scaled to those figures so that you may be sure of compatibility. The vehicles are designed by some of the finest model makers working in the business today.

Each vehicle comes unpainted in a kit form consisting of an average of 3 to 5 resin pieces with additional white metal fittings for details such as hatches and guns. These are easily assembled using proprietary glue. We recommend gel-type cyanoacrylate (superglue!). Each kit includes a diagram to assist in its construction.

Linked to the details for each model you will find a hyperlink to a background page which includes more information on each model, including which date they came into production, which theatre of warfare they were used in, and links to interesting internet resource pages.

Wargamers

The 1/56th scale has been chosen after careful discussion with the manufacturers of the Mongrel Miniatures range of Cold War figures. Since these are created by the same designer of the MoFO range you can be assured of complete compatibility.

Modellers

Our kits are designed with functionality in mind, and have a good level of detail. They can also form the basis for super-detailing or conversion projects. Whilst we will be producing some variants of each vehicle, there were many more which can be created with the minimum of work so search the Internet or your bookshelves for a vast array of possible conversion jobs! The background pages will give you a starting point for your research.

Coming soon! More British Vehicles

Russian T62

Let us know what you would like us to produce next. Is there a particular vehicle from the 1970s and 1980s that would go just perfectly with your game? Let us know and we will see what we can do.