Fiddlers Green Paper Models has announced the release of its Renault-FT-17 tank. Unlike the other vehicles I drool over, this is a pdf file paper model, which means instead of filing bits and dabbing glue, I'm cutting paper and... er... dabbing glue.
Paper models do have advantages over their lead/resin counterparts. As a pdf, you can print as many of these bad boys as you want, you just need to have the time and patience to assemble them. Even better, you can resize the pdf image, meaning you can have a 25mm , a 54mm tank, or even a 15mm vehicle, although I pity the man who would try and assemble that...
A word of warning, I was so transfixed on how nice this paper model was that I failed to realize that the picture above and on the website is the vehicle printed at 54mm size. Fiddlers Green focuses on items for that scale, which, after you've dropped hundreds on your Britains or other toy soldier sized figs, "real" vehicles become cost prohibited. The FT-17 was a tiny two-man tank that will be dwarfed by many other vehicles. In Gnome Wars terms, consider it about as high as a bicycle tank and twice as long as the Sikh Motorized Machine Gun.
For more info (a LOT more info!) on the Renault FT17: http://www.fiddlersgreen.net/models/Miscellanous/Renault-FT-17.html