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1/35 FLAKPANZER I

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Dragon 6577 - 1/35 FLAKPANZER I

The Panzer I was most definitely a product of the 1930s. Therefore, even as WWII kicked off in September 1939 with the invasion of Poland, the Pz.Kpfw.I was obsolete as a tank with its thin armor and light armament of only two machine guns. Nonetheless, it still saw combat early in the war. Instead, perhaps its greatest contribution to Germany’s war effort was its basis for a whole plethora of special vehicle conversions.

Now we are gathering an assortment of several plastic kits in 1/35 scale of these interesting Panzer I-based armored vehicles. Three exciting models represent the little Panzer I in quite different guises. They all share the same intricate Panzer I-family chassis, but from there onwards they diverge into an array of interesting vehicle types. Their superstructures and weapons are distinctly unique, and this makes each vehicle an attractive modeling subject in its own right. They may be small, but they are crammed with stunning detail and they’ll be a treat to assemble and paint.

Reproduction item. Pre-Order Now!
Est. Arrival: Jun 2021

 

Sku: DR06577
Vendor: Dragon
HK$368.00
Maximum quantity available reached.

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