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[A masterpiece half-track that ran to the feet of German soldiers]
――The smallest half-track vehicle (half-track) operated by the German army during World War II is the Kettenkrat.
--The engine in the center of the car drives the tracks, and the motorcycle-type steering wheel controls the direction of travel.
――The excellent center of gravity design and pinch-type wheels boast high running performance and traction.
-Although more than 8,000 Kettenkrats were manufactured during the war, the cars produced from 1943 to 1944 had a rounder taillight base and a reinforcing plate on the side of the rear seats compared to the previous models. Features.
-Used for a wide range of missions on each front in the latter half of the war.
--Kettenkrat medium-term 1/35 scale, plastic model assembly kit.
--Overall length 139mm, total width 29mm when towed.
――Not only the unique form, but also the detailed suspension is modeled with a rich sense of reality.
--The engine and transmission are reproduced with a reduced number of parts.
--The engine hatch can be opened and closed.
-The track is a connection type with a straight part integrated.
――The pad is a separate part with a three-dimensional finish.
-Includes a driver and two infantry dolls.
* The photo shows the kit assembled and painted.
* Includes 3D scan driver, 2 infantry dolls, and tow trailer.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )