German Half Track Sd.Kfz.251
Unassembled plastic model kit with photo-etch parts.
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Select a thumbnail to see the picture full-size. In Stock (Ships in 1-3 business days)List price: $30.25You pay: $20.79(All prices in U.S. Dollars)Manufacturer: Dragon ModelsStock Number: DML 7314Scale: 1/72View all products of type "Sd.Kfz 251"
This model kit requires assembly. Cement, paint and other construction materials not included unless specifically stated in the description.
The Sd. Kfz. 251 halftrack was a highly successful design, with a bewildering array of variants produced during WWII. The 251/10, for example, was a halftrack equipped with a 3.7cm PaK 36 antitank gun. This small-caliber weapon designed by Rheinmetall first appeared in 1936, but by the time WWII broke out it was outdated and ineffective against more heavily armored enemy tanks. Thus, a number of these "door knockers" (as the gun was sometimes nicknamed by German troops) were mounted on the hull superstructure of some German halftracks to provide light and mobile anti-armor support.
- new one-piece 3.7cm PaK with hollow muzzle made by slide mold
- new roof plate for mounting AT gun
- armored shield with bolt detail
- gun cradle with accurate detail
- accurate gun shield stays and hand wheels
- road wheels injected as a unit - convenient to assemble and saves time
- photo-etched parts upgrading detail
- DS tracks
- Cartograf decal offers accurate markings
Dragon will release a new 1/72 scale model of an Sd.Kfz. 251/10 with such a weapon. The 3.7cm PaK is a completely new tooling produced specifically for this kit. Detail on this gun is delicate and well rendered. The vehicle itself is based on the hugely popular range of Dragon 1/72 halftrack kits, so its fine pedigree promises the utmost accuracy and ease of assembly. To accurately reproduce the 251/10 variant, all necessary changes to the fighting compartment were incorporated. This model actually depicts an Ausf. C model, which was the earlier hull made from a complex series of armor plates. With this fine kit, modelers can add some extra firepower to their collections.