Reproducing the Last Cold War Behemoth

 

 

 

Many people are crazy about the rugged look and strong cross-country capability of the Russian heavy cross-country trucks. However, the most outstanding heavy trucks are from the U.S. Now, you can see heavy trucks carrying tens of tons of goods running on the roads and their cumulative mileage has reached hundreds of thousands of miles. The Heavy Equipment Transport System (HETS) is a behemoth among the U.S. military equipment. In 1977, to meet the need of the U.S. military, Oshkosh released the M911 heavy tractor. It can haul the M747 semi-trailer for road transportation of heavy equipment, with a maximum payload of 68.95t. Before the M1070 tractor was put into service in 1993, the M911 was one of the most important HETS in the U.S. military service.

The MENG SS-013 M911 C-HET (8X6) & M747 Heavy Equipment Semi-Trailer model is 571.2mm long and 99.9mm long. This kit contains 843 parts. It features complete cab and power system interiors. Some wheels are connected by metal axles with fine details. The trailer loading ramps are movable. The tractor’s front wheels can be made in a steering position. Precision PE parts, reflective foil and mask stickers for cab windows are included in the kit. You will need this behemoth for the cold war tank models in your collection!