Update: Added bonus turret weapons: the gatling gun, nuclear blaster and side auto rifles.
The Recon/Offense Adaptable Configuration Harrier, or ROACH for short, is a light military vehicle utilised across the galaxy in many variants, from combat vehicles to cargo or pickup trucks. It can even be found in civilian use, on frontier planets and in difficult terrain, or just with those that feel they need the most intimidating car for the daily school run.
ROACH is a 28mm scale truck model for wargaming. It will make a great fast attack vehicle for many tabletop armies. And with the option to build unarmed versions, representing civilian vehicles, it can also be used for scenery.
The kit offers many different ways to build each model. There are four core variants:
* Technical – open back with a weapon mount
* Turreted – closed back with a compact turret
* Pickup – open back like the Technical, but without a weapon mount
* Cargo – unarmed closed back variant
* Optimised for resin and FDM printers.
* Pre-supported files in STL and Chitubox format.
* Large choice of weapons, magnetisable with 3x1mm magnets or snap-fit.
* Ready for LEDs in the front and rear lights. A tutorial is included in the instructions.
* Many detail options such as: machine guns in the front hood, a bullbar, snap-fit gadgets on the roof or turret – an artillery spotter, a flare launcher or scanner.
* Includes a Raygun Raptor gunner miniature.
* The wheels can be modelled turned left, right or straight.
* Dimensions: 90-105(L) x 65(W) x 40(H to the roof). Fits on a 120x92mm oval base, which is included.
- Click here to view the instructions booklet -
- Click here to read about installing LEDs -
Playing Warhammer 40,000? Given its size and weapon/equipment options, ROACH can be used with rules for the Genestealer Cults Achilles Ridgerunner and the Astra Militarum Tauros Assault Vehicle/Tauros Venator. The turreted version can be used with rules for the Space Marine Invader ATV.
Disclaimer: This model is in no way associated with Games Workshop. Games Workshop product names used merely to indicate compatibility.