ICM must surely by now be classed as a god send to fans of soft skinned vehicles. Hardly a month goes by without a new soft skin being offered and this time it is a Soviet Six-Wheel Army Truck.
ICM has now released their latest set of World War One figures in the shape of mid war French infantry.
ICM has just informed us of their new releases for April. Three new models are ready, a Magirus S330 Truck, a G4 staff car and a set of armoured car crew.
ICM has been in touch and provided Armorama with news of a new set of World War 1 infantry. This time around it is the French in 1916 getting the ICM treatment.
ICM has announced that they are working on a Post War German Magirus S330 Truck. ICM has also announced that they are in the process of shipping out their German Armoured Vehicle Crew (1941-1942) and G4 (1935 production), WWII German Staff Car.
ICM have released their first new 1/16th scale figure, and it is the British Grenadier Guardsman that we are offered first.
ICM has a new truck kit in development. It's a six-wheeled Soviet Army vehicle.
After having looked at the ICM G4 1/72nd scale snap together kit I was both surprised and pleased at what it offered. ICM has now followed this up with news of a G4 with the soft top up.
ICM has announced news of their next figure set offering getting ready for market. This time around they leave World War One behind and advance to World War Two and this time it is a German armoured car crew (1941 - 1942).
ICM has informed Armorama that they have released three new kits onto the market. The three releases cover German weapons and equipment, Finnish ski troops and a Panzerspähwagen.
ICM has begun getting their 1/16th scale Grenadier Guardsman ready for shipping. I will say I like the look of this offering.
ICM has released their 2016 catalogue and there is a good mix of new goodies coming our way in all of the major scales.
ICM are at it again with news of a Panzerspähwagen P 204 (f) in the works in 1/35th scale.
ICM are starting 2016 with a flourish. ICM has released the World War 1 US Infantry and also their Typ 320 (W142) Saloon. In the works from ICM is something for the German World War 2 figure and diorama fan.
Well it has now been announced by ICM that they are currently working on a set of World War One American Infantry. This set finally sees the US enter the war and is very welcome News.
ICM has announced that their offering of the Typ 320 (W142) Saloon, WWII German Staff Car is heading to the shelves now. This is another area of the hobby where ICM is leading the field, the number of 1/35th scale cars and staff cars must be one of the largest selections from a single company.
ICM continue to announce injected moulded figures, that I suspect most like me never thought we would see. This time around it is a set of Finnish Ski Troops in 1/35th scale.
ICM has at last released their braille scale G4 and Goumier Rifle figures.
ICM Models has sent news of their new Facebook page. They hope it will bring them even closer to their dear customers and are offering interactive news, reviews and competitions.
Typ 320 (W142) Saloon, WWII German Staff Car
ICM working on a new 1/72nd scale staff car are also working on something for the 1/35th scale modeller in the form of a new staff car. The latest kit in the works from ICM is the Typ 320 (W142) Saloon, WWII German Staff Car.
G4 (1935 production), WWII German Staff Car
ICM continue to make sure that modellers have all the soft skinned vehicles they desire and now 1/72nd scale fans are being looked after. ICM are releasing a 1/72nd scale G4 (1935 production).
ICM has updated their set with new art and have stated that they will be updating it based on "the wishes of our clients". Whether this involved some of the suggested changes (reversing the revolver in the holster, etc) remains to be seen.
ICM has announced a German G4 staff car in Braille scale. This one while still looking very detailed is a snap fit kit and should be ideal for the younger modellers just joining the hobby or as a starter kit.
ICM have released sprue images of their two new soft skinned vehicle offerings that are coming, the L1500A Soft Top and Horch 108 Type 40 Soft Top.
ICM are at it again when it comes to figures with a great new figure set in the works. The latest figures being readied for release are a set of four Indian Sikh Rifles (1942).
ICM has announced that they are working on a new Weapons and Equipment set for World War One fans. This time around the set that gets the ICM treatment is the WWI US Infantry Weapon and Equipment set.
ICM has announced another model in the works and this time it is a new Horch. The Horch 108 Type 40 Soft Top version is being worked on now.
When it comes to bolts from the blue nothing is much more of a surprize than this ICM kit in the works of Moroccan Goumier Rifles.
ICM has announced the release of their KHD S3000. The images supplied are CAD images of the model and photographs of the sprues, and these do a good job of showing the high points of this release.
ICM are about to release a set of World War I Italian Infantry in 1/35th scale. Looking at the images with this news article I am impressed with the facial detail present.
ICM has an L1500A soft top in the works and I believe this is an all new model offering. This is the latest kit they have announced in 1/35th scale.
ICM has sent Armorama news of their latest releases to become available and the items not too far from it. The items that have already gone on sale are the T-34/76 and the Greek Evzones.
ICM has announced two new sets of figures, Greek Evzones and Italian WW1 infantry.
ICM has another soft skin truck in the works. The offering this time is a KHD S3000, WWII German Army Truck in 1/35th scale.
ICM has sent Armorama news of their Т-34/76 (late 1943 production). This offering is made using 100% new mouldings.
Well you have cheered for the cowboys and now we have the Indians. ICM has released news of what I believe will be another hit with figure fans in the form of Indian Sikh Rifles (1942).
The World War Two Gurkha Offering from ICM is shipping out for the modellers of the world. This set is an interesting release of a British Army unit that is held in very high regard and feared by those that they fight against.
Three new kits releases have been announced for a June release, By ICM
ICM is working on a T-34/76 late 1943 variant. After recently launched the early model, this one extends the range of versions available for the famous Russian tank.
ICM continue their excellent figure set offerings with a set of Greek Evzones. This is the usual four figures offering from ICM and represents to me an unusual and unexpected set of figures.
ICM has informed Armorama that their WW1 Italian Weapons and Equipment is now available in stores. They have also released their Lastkraftwagon Ambulance.
ICM has let Armorama know about the latest model they have in the works, this time around it is the ZiL-131 KShM Soviet Army Vehicle.
ICM has sent Armorama news of a new model in the works of a Panhard 178 AMD-35. This French armoured car had a long service history from 1937 to 1964.
ICM Holding shares with us photos of their upcoming release in 1/35 scale. This one will make our friends from Down Under really happy...
ICM Holding released a new figure kit in 1/35 scale... consisting of 12 plastic figures representing WWI soldiers of different nationalities. Armorama published the news on these figures as they were in different stages of production, however now we have confirmation the kit is finished and ready to hit the market.
ICM Holdings announces their NEW items slated for sale for April! Their 1/35 Scale Horch 108 Typ 40, WWII German Personnel Car makes its way to the shelves and will be available this month!
Some news in from ICM Holding has a World War 2 ambulance on the way with a very unique sloped frontend.
An update in from ICM has some more detailed images of the upcoming T-34/76.
Some news in from ICM Holding has a new set of World War 2 figures representing soldiers from Nepal.
In from ICM Holding is a copy of their 2015 catalogue, and it shows some already announced kits and a few more to come.