Description of item
[Reserved product scheduled to arrive in late September 2022]
・Product specifications: Plastic model kit ・Materials: Plastic, etc. ・Length: 282mm / Width: 93.4mm ・Barcode: 8809845380368
・Product description: The Jagdpanther G1, a heavy tank destroyer adopted by the German army in the latter half of World War II, will appear. The product reproduces the initial production type characterized by the armor color. The kit has a moderately limited number of parts, and the unique form with various sloped armor is expressed with precision molds. The 88mm barrel can be selected from two types: 1-piece type and 2-piece type. The track is a partial division type. Etching such as a net for preventing foreign matter from entering the engine room is set. Four types of decals are included, centering on the 654th heavy tank destroyer battalion that fought hard on the Normandy front. *Please note that this product is an imported product and the release date may change without notice.
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Set contains 2 resin parts for one sniper rifle gun case and 2 resin parts for one M24 sniper rifle in 1/35 scale. Overall dimensions: W: 25,5 mm, L: 36,8 mm
Set contains 2 resin element in 1/35 scale. Overall dimensions is h= 9,8 mm, w= 10,5 mm, l= 48,5 mm.
Highly detailed static plastic model
Single track links
Four paint schemes & decal options
Photo-Etch-Parts for fine extra detail included
Open hull interior and engine included
Doors can be built opened & closed
Weapons and accessories included
In cooperation with a well-known manufacturer, we present the best model of this vehicle in a new edition.
The light armored personnel carrier, weighing just over 5 tons, was manufactured by Demag from the end of June 1943 for the German Wehrmacht of World War Two.
The vehicle, which had room for six soldiers and was equipped with two MG 34s (Einheitsmaschinengewehr Modell 34) with 2010 rounds, was later produced by a total of four different manufacturers.
Decal & Marking Options
Unknown Unit, Russia, 1944
Staff Vehicle SS Group Leader Carl Friedrich Graf von Pückler-Burghauss, Bohemia, 1945
- Panzer-Division, France, 1944
- SS-Panzer-Division „LAH“