Full length: approx 105mm.
-Painted finished product that recreates the current Turkish Army specification Leopard 2A4 at 1/72
-A series of NEO Dragon Armor reproduced using dragon's sharp and delicate modeling technology
-The style is based on straight lines, with a realistic finish, such as a hatch, smoke discharger and rear engine grill.
-Red of Turkish flag accented on camouflage pattern painted on basic color
-Length is about 10.5cm
-Set on display base
[About the actual vehicle]
-Leopard, a tank developed by Germany after World War II.
-In 1979, Leopard 2 appeared as a 3rd and 3.5th generation main battle tank.
-Leopard 2A4 was produced between 1985 and 1987, with successive improvements.
-The main gun was equipped with a 44 caliber 120mm glide cannon, and the turret was made of a flat design due to the use of compound armor.
-Equipped with a V-type 12-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine.
-High speed of 72km / h.
-Deployed and operated by the German Army, as well as exported to countries around the world, including Denmark, Poland and Finland.
-The Turkish Army is one of the deployed and operated nations, with nearly 400 vehicles deployed.
[About the model]
-The model is a pre-assembled painted model that recreates the German Leopard 2A4 at 1/72, which is considered to be one of the top working tanks.
-Lineup from the NEO Dragon Armor series, reproduced using dragon's sharp and delicate modeling technology.
-The length is about 10.5cm.
-The straight line style, the hatch, smoke discharger, rear engine grille, and other realistic finishes also convey the power of Leopard 2.
-The model reproduces the specifications of the Turkish army currently deployed and operated.
-The camouflage pattern painted on the base color is accented with the Turkish flag red.
-Stained paint is applied to enhance the feeling.
-The model is set on the display base.
-The chic black color base enhances the vehicle.
-Turkish army Leopard is a nice addition to the collection
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