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5cm Panzerabwehrkanone 38 (L/60)
£4.00
7.5 cm Panzerabwehrkanone 97/38
£4.00
Pz.Kpfw V Ausf A
£13.00
Pz.Kpfw V Ausf D
£13.00
Pz.Kpfw V Ausf G
£13.00
German Tank Hunter
£6.50
German Self-propelled Gun
£7.50
Captured French Panhard 178
£7.50
Artillery Schlepper
£7.00
J model with Schurzen
£11.00
AKA Lehký tank vzor 35
£7.00
Captured Hotchkiss H39
£6.00
Panzerkampfwagen I
£6.00
Panzerkampfwagen I
£6.00
Pak 38
Model comes as one part.

The Pak 38 is a 5cm anti-tank gun. It was first used in 1941 during Operation Barbarossa on the Eastern Front. 

The Pak 38 could penetrate toe armour of a T-34 at close range.

It had a crew of 5 and could fire 13 rounds per minute.
5cm Panzerabwehrkanone 38 (L/60)
£4.00
Pak 97-38
Model comes as one part.

The Pak 97/38 was a 7.4cm German anti tank gun. It was made by putting the barrel form a French Canon de 75 modèle 1897 on the carriage of a 5cm Pak 38.

It saw service between 1942 and 1945. Over 3.600 were produced.
7.5 cm Panzerabwehrkanone 97/38
£4.00
Panther Ausf A
This model comes as two parts; hull and turret.

The Panther is one of the most famous German tanks. Designated as Panzerkampfwagen V it saw action on both Eastern and Western Fronts between mid-1943 until the end of the war.

It was designed to combat the Russian T-34s.

The Panther weighed 48.8 tons and was armed with a 7.5cm KwK 42 L/70 main gun with 2 7.92mm MG43 machine guns. It had a crew of five; driver, radio operator/hull machine gunner, commander, gunner and loader.

The Ausf A version came after the D. 2,200 were built between August 1943 and August 1944.
Pz.Kpfw V Ausf A
£13.00
Panther Ausf D
This model comes as two parts; hull and turret.

The Panther is one of the most famous German tanks. Designated as Panzerkampfwagen V it saw action on both Eastern and Western Fronts between mid-1943 until the end of the war.

It was designed to combat the Russian T-34s.

The Panther weighed 48.8 tons and was armed with a 7.5cm KwK 42 L/70 main gun with 2 7.92mm MG43 machine guns. It had a crew of five; driver, radio operator/hull machine gunner, commander, gunner and loader.

842 Ausf Ds were built between January 1943 and September 1944.
Pz.Kpfw V Ausf D
£13.00
Panther Ausf G
This model comes as two parts; hull and turret.

The Panther is one of the most famous German tanks. Designated as Panzerkampfwagen V it saw action on both Eastern and Western Fronts between mid-1943 until the end of the war.

It was designed to combat the Russian T-34s.

The Panther weighed 48.8 tons and was armed with a 7.5cm KwK 42 L/70 main gun with 2 7.92mm MG43 machine guns. It had a crew of five; driver, radio operator/hull machine gunner, commander, gunner and loader.

2,961 Ausf Gs were built between March 1944 and April 1945.
Pz.Kpfw V Ausf G
£13.00
Panzer Befehlswagen I Ausf A
Model comes as one part.

The kleiner Panzerbefehlswagen (light armoured command vehicle) was Germany's first purpose-built command vehicle.

It was built on the Pz.Kpfw I Ausf A and saw considerable action throughout the early years of the war.

190 were built between 1938 and 1939 and the crew consisted of a commander, driver and radio operator. It was armed with one 7.62mm MG-13 machine gun.
Sd.Kfz 265
£6.50
Panzer Befehlswagen I Ausf B (early)
Model comes as one part.

The kleiner Panzerbefehlswagen (light armoured command vehicle) was Germany's first purpose-built command vehicle.

It was built on the Pz.Kpfw I Ausf A and saw considerable action throughout the early years of the war.

190 were built between 1938 and 1939 and the crew consisted of a commander, driver and radio operator. It was armed with one 7.62mm MG-13 machine gun.
Sd.Kfz 256
£6.50
Panzer Befehlswagen I Ausf B (late)
Model comes as one part.

The kleiner Panzerbefehlswagen (light armoured command vehicle) was Germany's first purpose-built command vehicle.

It was built on the Pz.Kpfw I Ausf A and saw considerable action throughout the early years of the war.

190 were built between 1938 and 1939 and the crew consisted of a commander, driver and radio operator. It was armed with one 7.62mm MG-13 machine gun.
Sd.Kfz 256
£6.50
Panzerjager I
Model comes as one part.

The Panzerjager I was a converted Pz.Kpfw IB chassis with a Czech Skoda 4.7cm PaK (t) anti tank gun.

202 Panzer Is were converted to Panzerjagers in 1940/41 and they saw action in France, north Africa and the Eastern Front. The turret was removed and a fixed gun shield was fitted to protect the crew.
German Tank Hunter
£6.50
Panzerjager I B 75mm Stuk 40 L/48
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Panzerjager I was a converted Pz.Kpfw IB chassis with a Czech Skoda 4.7cm PaK (t) anti tank gun.202 Panzer Is were converted to Panzerjagers in 1940/41 and they saw action in France, north Africa and the Eastern Front.

The turret was removed and a fixed gun shield was fitted to protect the crew.

This model represents a modified Panzerjager I Ausf B which has had the standard 47mm PaK removed and replaced with a more powerful StuK 40 L/48 75mm gun found in the StuG III.

Not much is known about the vehicle and sources suggest it was a field modification. Numbers are not known but thought to be extremely low
German Self-propelled Gun
£7.50
Panzerspähwagen P204(f)
Model comes in two parts; body and turret.

When Germany invaded France they captured some 190 Panhard 178s and repurposed them as Panzerpahwagen P204(f). They saw action during Operation Barbarossa. The turret was removed and it was placed by an open 5 cm KwK 38 L/42 gun.
Captured French Panhard 178
£7.50
Pz 35t Morser Zugmittel
Model comes as one part.

This is the ammunition carrier version of the Panzer 35t, otherwise known as an artillerie schlepper. It was a derivation of the Czechoslovakian-designed tank.

244 Pz 35ts were grabbed by the German army following the occupation of Czechoslovakia.
Artillery Schlepper
£7.00
Pz. 38(t)
This model comes in 2 parts; Hull and turret.

The Panzer 38(t) was originally a Czechoslovakian pre-war tank. Once the German forces took Czechoslovakia they took over the model and used it in the invasion of Poland, France & Russia.

Originally the Czech light tank 'Lt vz 38', the Germans renamed it 38 (t), the 't' standing for the German word for Czechoslovakia; tschechisch. Its chassi wa sused as the base for the Marder III self propelled gun.

Produced between 1939 and 1942, just over 1400 38(t)s were produced for the German army. Weighting around 10 tonnes, it was armed with a 37 mm KwK 38(t) L/47.8 and 2 7.92mm machine guns.
£8.50
Pz. IV Ausf J
This model comes in 4 parts; Hull, Turret & tracks.

Officially designated as the Sd.Kfz 161, the Panzerkampfwagen IV was developed in the 1930s and was the most widely manufactured German tank of WWII.

Over 8,500 units in varying designations were built. Its chassis was used as the base for many other vehicles, notably the StuG, Jagdpanzer, Wirbelwind, Hummel, Nashorn and Brummbar.

The Panzer IV saw service on all German fronts. It also saw service in Syria in the 1967 Six Day War.

The tank came in various designations from A-J with varying armour and weapons. It was supplied to the armies of Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Spain, Finland and Italy.

This model comes with the mesh Schurzen (skirts) and is fitted with a 7.5 cm KwK 40 L/48 gun.

The Ausf J was produced between February 1944 and April 1945 and 3,120 were built.


J model with Schurzen
£11.00
Pz.Kpfw 35(t)
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret

The Panzer 35(t) was a Czechoslovakian tank designed by Skoda. It saw service from 1936 until the 1950s in the armies of Czecholslovakia, German, Hungary, Romania & Bulgaria.

It featured at 3.7cm KwK 34(t) gun with two MG37(t) machine guns. The 't' in the name comes from the German word for Czech - tschechisch.

The vehicle saw service in Poland, the Battle for France and the invasion of Russia but was retired in 1942.
AKA Lehký tank vzor 35
£7.00
Pz.Kpfw 38H Artillerieschlepper
Model comes as one part.

The Panzer 38H Artilleriechlepper was a captured Hotchkiss with the turret removed. It was used by the German army to carry ammunition.

The Germans captured many Hotchkiss tanks during the invasion of France. Some were used as-is, others were developed and had new features such as armaments.
Captured Hotchkiss H39
£6.00
Pz.Kpfw I Ausf A
Model comes in two parts; hull and turret.

The Panzer I was designed in 1932 and went into production in 1934. It saw action in the Spanish Civil War, in WWII in Poland, France, Russia and North Africa. It also saw action in China during the second Sino-Japanese War.

It weighed 5.4 tonnes and had a crew of two; commander and driver.

It was armed with two 7.92mm MG13 machine guns.
Panzerkampfwagen I
£6.00
Pz.Kpfw I Ausf B
Model comes in two parts; hull and turret.

The Panzer I was designed in 1932 and went into production in 1934. It saw action in the Spanish Civil War, in WWII in Poland, France, Russia and North Africa. It also saw action in China during the second Sino-Japanese War.
640 took part in the French Campaign but by the end of 1940 they were being phased out.

It weighed 5.8 tonnes and had a crew of two; commander and driver. The Ausf B  was longer than the A and had an extra wheel.

It was armed with two 7.92mm MG13 machine guns.
Panzerkampfwagen I
£6.00
Pz.Kpfw I Ausf C
Model comes in two parts; hull and turret.

The Panzer I was designed in 1932 and went into production in 1934. It saw action in the Spanish Civil War, in WWII in Poland, France, Russia and North Africa. It also saw action in China during the second Sino-Japanese War.

It weighed 5.4 tonnes and had a crew of two; commander and driver.

It was armed with two 7.92mm MG13 machine guns.

The I Ausf C was designed in 1939. It was armed with a Mauser EW 141 semi-automatic anti-tank rifle, with a 50-round drum, firing armor-piercing 7.92x94mm Patrone 318 anti-tank rounds.

40 Models were made plus 6 prototypes.
£6.00
Pz.Kpfw I Ausf F
Model comes in two parts; hull and turret.

The Panzer I was designed in 1932 and went into production in 1934. It saw action in the Spanish Civil War, in WWII in Poland, France, Russia and North Africa. It also saw action in China during the second Sino-Japanese War.

It weighed 5.4 tonnes and had a crew of two; commander and driver.

The Ausf F variant was armed with two 7.92mm MG-34 machine guns. It weighed 18-21 tonnes. Thirty were produced in 1940 but a later order for 100 more was cancelled.
£7.00
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