1:144 WWII German
Krupp-Protze L2H143 kfz61

with Pak 36

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This model is fully painted in Panzergrau scheme, weathered. No assembling required.

The Pak 36 can be rotated.

This model is designed after the vehicle used by 61st Mountain Panzerjäger Company 1st Mountain Division, Chateau Thierry, France, 12 June 1940


Krupp-Protze L2H143 kfz61
The Krupp-Protze L2H143 kfz61 was a widely used 6 wheeled truck and artillery tractor in WWII. Most commonly for towing the Pak 36. In various configurations, about 7000 units were built.
Frequently instead of towing the Pak 36, crews put the whole Pak unit on top of the truck turning the vehicle into a self-propelled gun, or as in this model, permanently mounted on the vehicle without the carriage.

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Pak 36
Pak 36 was the first anti-tank gun used by the German military at the start of WWII. The 3.7 cm Pak 36, not to be confused with the 7.62 cm Pak 36(r) captured Russian gun, first saw service in the Spanish Civil War. But its small calibre gun was already out dated in 1940, useless against Allies heavy armour but still effective against their prewar light vehicles.

The Pak 36 was nicknamed by the Germans in the Eastern Front as the "Door Knocker" ("Heeresanklopfgerät", literally "army door knocking device") , because the shell just bounced off Russian T-34s.

In 1943, the Pak 36 was resurrected by the introduction of the Stielgranate 41 shaped charge. The gun could now penetrate any armour within 300 meters. Being light weighted and could easily moved by hand, the Pak 36 was issued to Fallschirmjäger units and other light troops.

The gun itself also were fitted to amoured vehicles and halftracks as light anti armour support.

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(Diorama, other vehicles and soldiers NOT included)

Not "N" scale or 1:160.
Product of Hong Kong.