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Finger and Toe Models announces its latest release: Tactical: Coyote.

Yoruba Industries developed the Coyote light fire support vehicle on their own primarily as a marketing tool for their military version of the BumbleBee. With each of its large wheels powered by an electric motor, the Coyote was rugged, quiet, and with the large wheels and short wheel base highly manoeuvrable in urban areas. Yoruba’s decision to use the BumbleBee’s add-on weapons pods gave field maintenance personnel an easy way to service and customize the weapons load. Although it lacked the active defensive armor and armament of the Shiva fire support vehicle, drivers loved its quick speed and zippy handling. The Coyote’s best defense was speed and maneuverability: by the time bad guys brought a weapon to bear, the Coyote was gone, leaving only a plume of dust to target.

Like the other two air dragoons models (Hexentodt and Shiva) Coyote is designed to fit in the cargo bay of a BumbleBee (available at It comes in the same four color schemes as its two predecessors and the military BumbleBee.

Tactical: Coyote
is available exclusively at

Finger and Toe’s motto, “Because they don’t cost you an arm and a leg,” explains the company’s philosophy: affordable scenery and model sets for wargamers. Visit the website [ ], look around, join the forum, have fun. If you like what you see, try our other products at RPGNOW.

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December 13th, 2010
This model looks AWESOME when assembled. It is compact, and actually looks functional from a realistic perspective. The main body/chassis was a little fiddly, and the instructions were a little vague as to just how and where to fold, and so fort [...]
February 4th, 2010
very cool card model. I wil be getting other products from this company [...]
October 14th, 2009
You know as soon as you place this on the table one of the PC's will want to take it for a spin on the nearest sand dunes whether they have to capture or steal it. Looks great and easy to assemble and great price. But where does your PC's fig fit? I'm [...]
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