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[About the actual vehicle]
-During World War II, the tank that gained high trust among German soldiers was the Pz.Kpfw.161, IV tank.
-Production started in 1936, and since there were plenty of body design from the beginning, various improvements and enhancements were continued according to the war situation without changing the basic dimensions, and about 8500 tanks were produced.
-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 successor type to the previous H type, but the difference is a simplified type such as simple equipment, easy production, and fuel consumption rather than improvement.
-The biggest difference was that the auxiliary engine for power generation of the turret's turning motor power supply was abolished and replaced by manual operation.
-Among the J type, the very early/early production type was manufactured from April to May 1944.
[About the model]
-The model is a 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the very early/early production type of the J type, which is the final production type of the IV tank called German warhorse.
-The style of Type IV J is fully reproduced in a brave, powerful figure that is also equipped with Schulzen around the hull and around the turret. The details of the lower part of the vehicle body are reproduced in detail on the lower part of the vehicle body, which is reproduced as an integrated part using a slide mold.
-In addition to the suspension modeled with multiple parts, the wheels and sprocket wheels are sharply reproduced to tighten your feet.
-Crawler tracks are belt type DS tracks.
-In addition, the shape of the upper part of the car body is also reproduced with an integral part.
-The details of the engine deck also enhance the finish.
-A turret that reproduces the shape accurately using a 3-way slide mold can be opened and closed with hatches.
-In addition, the turret and the side of the hull are modeled with additional armor plates and Schulzen.
-The side armor of the vehicle body is made of metal parts to enhance the feeling of finish. It is one vehicle with more and more variation of IV.
-1 unit that enhances the lineup of the No. IV tank collection, the very early/early production type of the No. IV J model on 1/35 scale
-Additional armor on the side of the car body, Schultzen is reproduced with metal parts
-Fenders that reproduce realistic details are modeled with left and right parts
-The lower part of the car body is reproduced with an integrated part using a slide mold
-Cupola, turret, driver's hatch, etc. can be assembled by opening and closing
-Track type belt type DS parts
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )