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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
COMBO OF TWO SETS OF High detail 1/148 scale, N gauge 9 mm. PanzerTragerWagen (Tank Transport Wagon) and Panzer Pzkpfw 38(t) Ausf G from the World War II German Armored Train BP-42 and BP-44 Types. Every Armored Train carries two of them in the 10th and 11th positions simetric from the locomotive (locate in center point). Usually mount on it a Panzer Pzkpfw 38(t), INCLUDED in this model, nicknamed 'Praga' due to his Czech origin. This tank was used in the early campaigns of II World War as a substitute of Panzer III, was soon relegated as base of self propelled artillery and anti-tank guns, and secondary tasks. Hull glacis machine gun is ever retired in armored trains use and closed with a rounded plate. All models are made hollow to save material, and thus could be mounted on a moving model railway and even fill to increase weight. Photos are the real design of the miniature, no fotoshoped. Model unpainted.
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