This item is limited to 3 per household.
[About the actual vehicle]
-During World War II, the tank of high confidence among German soldiers was Pz.Kpfw.161, Panzer IV.
-Production started in 1936, and improvements and enhancements continued, producing approximately 8,500 vehicles.
-Operated throughout the entire period from the beginning of the war to the end of the war.
-Among them, the final production type is the J type.
-It is a simplified type, such as the successor type of the previous H type, which simplifies equipment, facilitates production, and reduces fuel consumption.
-The biggest difference was that the turret traverse motor power generator auxiliary engine was abolished and replaced by a manual.
-Produced from June 1944 to March 1945, it struggled on each front until the end of the war.
[About the model]
-The model is a plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the mid-term production type of the J type, which was the final production type of the Panzer IV called the German warhorse on 1/72 scale, from August to September 1944.
-Reproduce the style of the IV J type with a strong, powerful figure equipped with Schulzen around the hull and around the turret.
-Length is about 7.5cm, width is about 4cm. Sharp reproduction is given to the details as well as the body shape.
-Exhaust pipe at the rear of the car body is a new part that reproduces the extinguishing muffler, and Schulzen also reproduces its supporting bracket etc.
-In addition, the lower part of the body using slide dies also expresses the state of bolts and rivets on the bottom and side. The upper part of the body is also an integral part.
-The details of the engine deck are also realistically reproduced.
-The ease of assembly cannot be overlooked, such as the use of integrated return rollers and integrated DS trucks.
-An indispensable one for the 1/72 collection.
-Reproduce the J-type mid-term production type, the final production type of the Panzer IV called the German warhorse on 1/72 scale
-Exhaust pipe at the rear of the vehicle reproduces the flame-extinguishing muffler with a new mold
-Finished length is about 7.5cm, width is about 4cm
-Schulzen reproduces its support bracket etc.
-The lower part of the body using slide molds also expresses the state of bolts and rivets on the bottom and side
-Crawler tracks adopt integrated DS truck
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )