1/35 Sd.Kfz.184 Ferdinand & 16t Strabokran
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Scale: 1/35
Type: Military Vehicles

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1/35 Sd.Kfz.184 Ferdinand & 16t Strabokran

This is an injection-plastic military vehicle model kit.

From Amusing Hobby comes a 2-in-1 kit of the Ferdinand Jagdpanzer Sd.Kfz. 184 and 16t Strabokran!

The characteristic feature of the Ferdinand was that it was generated by two gasoline engines and driven by an electric motor. By using a motor as the driving unit, no transmission was required. In the past, this vehicle was said to have a lot of breakdowns for this reason, but some recent documents have reported that there were fewer breakdowns than some vehicles equipped with transmissions. On the Eastern Front, the Ferdinand's appearance had a great impact.

Strabokrans are gate-type mobile cranes used by German field maintenance teams during tank maintenance and repairs. About 100 units were manufactured and used in German armored divisions and heavy tank battalions.

Kit features:

The Ferdinand's interior layout can be enjoyed even after completion thanks to the included transparent parts. The kit recreates the precise details of the Strabokran, and it can assembled in its working state.

  • [Mold Color]: Tan, brown
  • [Includes]: Clear parts, photo-etched parts

 

Release Date:Sep 2019
Item Size/Weight:39.8cm x 26.3cm x 19.5cm / 1680g
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  • Product code: 116-AH35A030
  • EAN code: 6954248835303
  • Weight: 1.68 kg
  • Availability:In stock only 1 pc
  • Manufacturer: Amusing Hobby
  • Amusing Hobby
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Scale: 1/35
Type: Military Vehicles
Description

This is an injection-plastic military vehicle model kit.

From Amusing Hobby comes a 2-in-1 kit of the Ferdinand Jagdpanzer Sd.Kfz. 184 and 16t Strabokran!

The characteristic feature of the Ferdinand was that it was generated by two gasoline engines and driven by an electric motor. By using a motor as the driving unit, no transmission was required. In the past, this vehicle was said to have a lot of breakdowns for this reason, but some recent documents have reported that there were fewer breakdowns than some vehicles equipped with transmissions. On the Eastern Front, the Ferdinand's appearance had a great impact.

Strabokrans are gate-type mobile cranes used by German field maintenance teams during tank maintenance and repairs. About 100 units were manufactured and used in German armored divisions and heavy tank battalions.

Kit features:

The Ferdinand's interior layout can be enjoyed even after completion thanks to the included transparent parts. The kit recreates the precise details of the Strabokran, and it can assembled in its working state.

  • [Mold Color]: Tan, brown
  • [Includes]: Clear parts, photo-etched parts

 

Release Date:Sep 2019
Item Size/Weight:39.8cm x 26.3cm x 19.5cm / 1680g
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