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Borgward Wanze ausf CAdd to Wish List
This small two-man vehicle was armed with 8.8cm Raketenpanzerbüchse 54/1 recoilless rocket launchers! Although having a relatively short 200 metres range, the Wanze was capable of penetrating 220mm of armour they were a deadly foe, if something of a 'glass...
Jagdpanzer IV L70(V) tank destroyerAdd to Wish List
The Jagdpanzer IV, Sd.Kfz. 162, was a tank destroyer based on the Panzer IV chassis built in three main variants. Minor modifications and improvements were made throughout the production runs of all variants, as well as several field improvements, the...
M10 Tank Destroyer/Wolverine (Plastic Box)Add to Wish List
The M10's M7 3-inch (76.2mm) anti-tank gun was a considerable improvement over the 75mm carried by the Sherman. The M10’s relatively thin 37mm of armour (and open-topped five-sided welded turret) on the other hand made it vulnerable to anti-tank weapons,...
Marder tank destroyer ZugAdd to Wish List
Marrying the obsolete but reliable chassis of the Czech-built Pz 38(t) tank and the captured Soviet 76.2mm PaK 36(r) L/51 anti-tank gun, the Marder (Marten) provided the Wehrmacht with a potent self-propelled gun. These captured Soviet weapons were rechambered to...
Sd.Kfz 184 Ferdinand heavy tank destroyerAdd to Wish List
Add some serious anti-tank firepower with the awesome Ferdinand heavy tank destroyer. The Ferdinand was optimized for destroying Soviet T-34 tanks and 76.2mm anti-tank guns from a range of over 3 miles, with its 88mm Pak43/2 L/71 main gun. Ferdinands first saw combat in the Battle...
Stug III ausf G or StuH-42 plastic box setAdd to Wish List
The Sturmgeschütz (StuG) III was a well-armed and armoured vehicle based on the tried and tested Pz.Kpfw III chassis. Manned by the artillery originally, as it was considered a mobile howitzer, it went through many variants during WWII, and indeed...