[Czech light tank that took the lead in the German-Soviet war]
--Germany, which annexed the Czech Republic in 1939, officially adopted the Czech-made LTvz38 light tank as a 38 (t) light tank for its own army.
-The body and turret are riveted, the main gun is equipped with a 3.7 cm tank gun, and the 38 (t) light tank with excellent mobility fought hard in the early blitzkrieg.
――After that, improvements were made and it evolved to the G type, and a total of more than 1,400 vehicles were produced in the series.
――Among them, the E / F type, which has increased defense by adding armor plates to each part, was introduced in large numbers at the beginning of the German-Soviet war from June 1941, and played a part in the German tank unit.
--German light tank 38 (t) E / F type 1/35 scale, plastic model assembly kit.
--Overall length 132 mm, total width 62 mm.
-Realistic reproduction of rivet-joined car body and turret.
-Large boxes on the left and right fenders equipped by the repair on the front line are also made into parts.
-The track is a connection assembly type that integrates the straight part. The slack at the top is also finished naturally.
--The mesh of the engine grill is expressed by etched parts.
-A set of one commander doll sitting on the cupola hatch and two types of decals for the vehicle introduced on the Eastern Front.
* The photo shows the kit assembled and painted.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )