This item is limited to 3 per household.
-The shape of the turret is also accurately reproduced. Realistic finish with magic track at your feet
[About the actual vehicle]
--The Panzer IV, which was produced and deployed in large numbers by being called a German war horse in World War II, has high reliability and a relatively generous body size, and the battle situation is based on that body. Various variation models have been created to suit.
--Especially in the latter half of the war, the Allied forces came to control the air superiority, and various self-propelled anti-aircraft tanks equipped with anti-aircraft guns were planned and produced in order to secure anti-aircraft combat capability against enemy aircraft.
-One of them, Ostwind, is equipped with a masterpiece anti-aircraft gun 3.7 cm FlaK43 on the body of Panzer IV on an open-top turret with a distinctive hexagonal design.
――It was highly effective not only for anti-aircraft targets but also for ground targets.
――In August 1944, 100 vehicles were ordered, but in reality, only 43 vehicles were produced.
[About the model]
-A plastic model assembly kit that reproduces Ostwind, an anti-aircraft tank developed by the German army during World War II, on a 1/35 scale.
――The feature of this kit is that it reproduces the Zimmerit coating that prevents magnetic landmines on the car body.
――The Zimmerit coating on the car body, which has been reproduced with detailed sculptural expressions, is a finish that conveys the sense of urgency of the front line.
――The modeler will be able to spend more time painting and creating scenes by omitting the troublesome work of reproducing the coating.
-Of course, the center of the model is a turret equipped with a 3.7 cm anti-aircraft gun.
-Not only its characteristic design, but also the mechanism inside the turret unique to the open top is reproduced in detail.
--You can't miss the details of 3.7cm Flak43.
――In addition, the car body firmly models the features such as the late G type and early H type track wheels, return rollers, and muffler.
――You can enjoy a realistic finish by adopting a prefabricated magic track at your feet.
--Reproduce the German anti-aircraft tank Ostwind on 1/35 scale
--The body parts are modeled with Zimmerit coating.
-The track adopts a prefabricated magic track for a realistic finish
--The 3.7cm Flak 43 is firmly reproduced up to the base of the barrel on the open top turret.
--Completion size: Approximately 169 mm in total length
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )