I found the Laserburn line to be a good source of vehicles. Here are some shots of their grav APC. These things are true battle taxi and not IFV. They seemed a little undergunned, so I bored out the 'firing ports' on the sides and added barrels made from brass rod.
This particular model has been knocking around my parts box since the mid-1980's. You can get additional models from http://www.15mm.co.uk/Laserburn_15mm_Sci-fi.htm but the new castings look a bit worn. Fortunately, this adds to the ramshackle look I was going for, so its actually a win for me!
A nice side view, with one of the Rafm 'not-Vargr' (but they really are!) placed adjacent for size comparison.
This is the Laserburn 'air/raft' or grav sled, air jeep....or whatever. A general purpose utility truck that looks like the misbegotten offspring of a Grav truck and a Bren carrier. Mounts a PGMP-12/13 on the passengers side for self-defense. Its brand new and I already scuffed the paint job!
Okay, here's the oddball entry. Back in the 80's I picked up three resin cast 15mm grav tanks with metal barrels. I don't know the manufacturer, but I think I bought them from Chris Von Fahnestock (sorry if I butchered the name Chris!) at a game convention in Cincinnati. I've never seen more of them and have no idea who made them. But these orphans have found a home as the TL12-13 tank platoon for my Vargr (serving as either elements of the 105th Armored Cavalry Corps or the 101st Mechanized Army.)
Here is another shot alongside a GZG heavy grav tank for scale comparison.
The green paint job is boring, but I wanted a classic military color pattern that ties the various vehicles together into a cohesive force.
Now I just need to work out the uniform for the infantry figures!