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Kfz.70 MB 1500A German 4x4 Car w/Crew
Unassembled plastic model kit with photo-etch parts.

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Manufacturer: MiniArt Models
Stock Number: MIA 35139
Scale: 1/35
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This model kit requires assembly. Cement, paint and other construction materials not included unless specifically stated in the description.

The L1500A 4x4 and L1500S 4x2 trucks were developed by the Mercedes-Benz Company in 1941. The vehicle was classified as the Steyr 1500A and Horch Types. The basic type of body became Kfz.70, designed for transporting 7 people including the driver. For bad weather conditions the body was equipped with retractable top and canvas panels which could be settled on doors and sides. The L1500A with Kfz.70 were widely used as heavy staff cars.

Different bodies were based on the L 1500A and L 1500S chassis, particularly fire trucks, radio cars and ambulances. The L1500S was used more often for radio cars and ambulances.

4900 L1500A trucks were produced from June of 1941 until July 1943. Production of the L1500S started the same month but was continued until July of 1944, producing 4100 trucks.

Model details:
  • Highly detailed model
  • All New Tooling. Up-to-date technology using slide moulds.
  • Fully-detailed engine compartment and chassis
  • 507 parts
  • 86 PE parts
  • Decals included
  • Full-color instruction

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