[About the actual vehicle]
--In World War II, the German army was equipped with a large number of half-track type vehicles with tires on the front wheels and tracked rear wheels similar to tanks.
――Among them, the simple type half-track that uses the chassis of the truck and has the rear part refurbished to be tracked is collectively called Maultier, and was produced in Opel and Ford Germany.
――When production started in 1942, it was deployed mainly on the Eastern Front, which is extremely muddy depending on the season, and was active in transportation with excellent running performance.
――By taking advantage of its mobility, self-propelled artillery equipped with anti-aircraft guns and ambulance type that rescues injured people by cleaning were also made and operated.
[About the model]
-The model has a cabin that houses a stretcher on the loading platform, and reproduces the ambulance for transporting injured soldiers and the field ambulance type Maultier on a 1/35 scale.
――The body at the rear of the car body has been reproduced in detail not only in the exterior but also in the interior details.
――The doors on the rear and sides of the body can be selected by setting two types of parts on the doorknob, and of course both doors can be opened and closed.
――In addition, you can choose to assemble the access step for entering and exiting in the raised or lowered state.
-The stretcher set inside and the rack on which the stretcher is placed are also realistically reproduced.
――Nine stretchers that are reproduced in a stretched state are set, and some layouts can be selected and assembled.
――In addition, you can know the chassis that has been precisely modeled in every detail, such as the engine and suspension, while assembling its structure.
-In addition, 4 figures that reproduce the medic and the injured soldier are also available as bonus parts in this set.
――It is a kit that you can easily enjoy making scenes.
--Completion size: Overall length about 170mm
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )