1:144 WWII Russian
SU-102 Self-propelled Gun

Colour Options
Olive Drab

(Olive Drab)

This vehicle is fully painted in Olive Drab scheme. Weathered and no assembling required.

SU-102 - was an experimental vehicle designed by Uralmash design office in autumn 1944 to spring 1945 to replace the SU-100. Based on the T-44, it was special designed to deal with the ever increasing length of guns on vehicles to counter thick German armour, which make tank destroyers and self-propelled guns difficult to maneuver in cities. The tank had engine mounted sideways and in front, significantly shortened the overall length of the vehicle, which also provided additional protections for the crews. The crew compartment has less room compared to the SU-101 because of the bigger gun and ammunition. The SU-102 carried an 122-mm D-25-44S tank gun. Although successfully passed factory tests with high performances, it was not mass produced as WWII came to an end. A surviving SU-101 was displayed in Kubinka Armor Museum, Russia, which differs from the SU-102 only on carrying a 100mm gun.

(Read more:http://ww2armor.jexiste.fr/Files/Allies/Allies/1-Vehicles/USSR/6-SPG/SU-101/1-Genesis-Production.htm


(Diorama, other vehicles and figures NOT included)

Not "N" scale or 1:160.

The model is fabricated with state of the art "3D Printing" technology. Highly detailed. Product of Hong Kong.