Wehrmacht '46
1:144 German Super Heavy Tank
"Maus II"
with Krupp Turret

Battle Ready Version

Colour Options

(3 Colour Disruptive Camouflaged)

This vehicle is fully painted in 3 Colour Disruptive Camouflaged scheme. Weathered and no assembling required.

"Maus" - The Super Heavy Tank "Maus" project began with a meeting between Hitler, Speer and Porsche in June 1942. Two prototypes were built but unconfirmed sources claimed that there might be five prototypes built before the war ended. The surviving exhibit in Kubinka Museum has the hull of the first prototype and turret form the second prototype.

Battle Ready Treatment - Since the Maus was still in prototype stage before the war ended, this model was designed with enhancements to reflect what the tank would look if it went into mass production.

The turret was replaced with a turret proposed by Krupp with an 128mm KwK main gun and a secondary 75mm KwK gun. This turret design eliminated the "shot trap" present in the Porshe Maus design.

A MG 34 was installed in hull front to be operated by the radio operator for close quarter defense. Spare tracks were strategically placed on the side next to the two internal fuel tanks as additional armour.

The 1000L fuel tank on the first prototype was intended for a flame thrower as secondary weapon insisted by the Wehrmacht. The request was cancelled soon afterward. A rack for jerry cans and tool boxes for maintenance were installed instead.

This model is made with ABS-L using 3D printing.
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(Diorama, other vehicles and figures NOT included)

Not "N" scale or 1:160.

Made in Hong Kong.