The BM-8-24 was a rather simplistic conversion of Soviet Army T-60 light tanks to serve as rocket launcher carriers during World War 2. The 82mm rockets used in the vehicles were officially designated as "BM-8" and they were adopted in August of 1941. The T-60 light tanks converted for the rocket projecting role were then designated collectively as "BM-8-24". The "BM" in their designation marked them as ground-based, rocket projecting vehicles while the "8" marked the model of rocket in use ("BM-8"). "24" was used to signify the number of launch rails installed on the launcher component - this numbering twenty-four in all.
- Fully detailed driver’s and engine compartments
- Gaz-202 engine accurately represented
- Two boxes with rockets
- Photo-etched parts included
- Clear parts included
- All hatches can be posed open or closed
- Decals sheet included