M15 Half-track Instructions – WW2 Lego American Half-Track

(2 customer reviews)

The new OmahaBricks building instructions for the M15 Half-Track! Entirely made from LEGO® and BRICKARMS® elements!
The product includes PDF building instructions and 2 partlists in XML and CSV format.

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Informations about the model:

Total Bricks: 400 (including track links)


To complete this model you also need the following third party elements:
– 3 Brickarms Monopods

– 2 Brickarms Heavy 50 cal. barrels

– 56 single wide track links. You can use the orignal Lego 3711 part or use them from BrickManiaBluebrixx or any other company you prefer.


The M15 half-track, officially designated M15 Combination Gun Motor Carriage, was a self-propelled anti-aircraft gun on a half-track chassis used by the United States Army during World War II. It was equipped with one M1 automatic 37 millimeter (1.5 in) gun and two water-cooled .50 caliber (12.7 mm) M2 Browning heavy machine guns.
(source: Wikipedia & Tanks Encyclopedia)


Note: This purchase is for the building instructions and a graphic and numbered partslist in pdf format and a xml file, to create an easy Bricklink wishlist, only.


Scale: about 1/35

Designer: Joseph Heuer (@polskabricks on Instagram)



2 reviews for M15 Half-track Instructions – WW2 Lego American Half-Track

  1. Daniel M.M.N

    A big disappointment. Many important parts are missing in the XML file or some are listed that are expensive or only available second-hand. The construction is very difficult and the track drive is flimsy. The engine compartment cannot be installed due to an error (as of December 22nd, 2021). Wouldn’t recommend it.

  2. cascadiabricks (verified owner)

    It’s a pretty good final build, and will look good on display or in a MOC. My only complaint is that it’s obvious that the kit wasn’t test built using the instructions that are being sold. There are some steps that are difficult/impossible to read, steps that are in the wrong order (causing you to have to disassemble parts of the model), and there is one step with parts that is not compatible with the rest of the build (the 2×2 jumper plates in step 17 make it impossible for the 4×2 wedged plates in step 27 to become attached to the model). I’m deducting 2 stars for just the instructions and not the final build.

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