Tanks & Misc. Tracked Armoured Vehicles (Bergepanzers, etc.,)

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  • Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer SP w/20mm Flak38

    Our model depicts the version of the Hetzer seen mounting the 20mm Flak38 Anti-Aircraft Gun. It is not known how many of these rare AFVs were built, but photographic evidence shows at least one in Prague in early 1945.

    • $14.98
  • PzKpfw I Ausf. A Light Tank

    This was Germany's first mass production tank with a total of 818 produced between 1934 and 1936 and first saw action in the Spanish Civil War with the Condor Legion and the Fascist Nationalist forces. Armed with just two 7.92mm MG13's, they later they went on see action in the early war years in Poland, Denmark, Norway and France being withdrawn from combat areas from late 1940. Finally, they were used in 1941 in both Finland and in the North African campaign.

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  • PzKpfw II Ausf. D Light Tank
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    PzKpfw II Ausf. D Light Tank

    Only 43 of this rare Panzer II with its distinctive suspension, were built in 1938 and saw action in Poland before being withdrawn for conversion to the PzKpfw. II Flammpanzer "Flamingo" . Later this chassis was used for the Marder II.

    • $17.70
  • PzKpfw 35(t) Light Tank

    Numerically a very important tank for Germany at the beginning of the war they saw action with the Wehrmact in Poland, France, the Balkans and Russia and also with some of the other Axis forces including Bulgaria, Rumania and Slovakia. (See Aleran Decals for other nations of the Axis markings)
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  • PzKpfw III Ausf. L (50mm L/60) Medium Tank

    The 50mm L/60armed Ausf. L variant had increased armour (to 57mm) and front spaced armour. They were built between January and December 1942 with a total of 653 being built...

    • $17.70
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  • PzKpfw III Ausf. M (50mm L/60) Medium Tank

    The Ausf. M was produced from October 1942 until February 1943.
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  • PzKpfw III Ausf. N 75mm L/24 - Early Prod. Medium Tank
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    PzKpfw III Ausf. N 75mm L/24 - Early Prod. Medium Tank

    With the now obviously decreased effectiveness of the 50mm KwK39 L/60 gun against Soviet armour, it was decided to mount the short 75mm L/24 gun, with its ability to fire HE and HP, which was also fitted to Panzer IVs, to this chassis. The early vehicles were based on the Ausf. L chassis and differed from the later variant by having a split cupola, no turret spaced armour and a different exhaust. In total 700 were built or converted between June 1942 and August 1943.

    • $17.70
  • PzKpfw III Ausf. N (75mm L/24)(Late Prod.)

    This model depicts the late Ausf. N which also had the short 75mm L/24 gun fitted which due to the spaced armour on the turret made the barrel look stunted. These late vehicles differed from the early variant by having a single cupola lid, spaced turret and hull armour and the late exhaust. They were supplied as replacements on the Russian Front in time for the Kursk offensive. Others were supplied to the Hermann Goring Division and the 15th Panzergrenadier Division for the defence of Sicily.

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  • PzKpfw IV Ausf. A (75mm L/24) Medium Tank

    Only 35 of these, the first of the influential Mark IV series built, went on to see action in Poland...

    • $17.70
  • PzKpfw IV Ausf. D (75mm L/24)(Early)

    A total of 229 of this variant were built between 1939 and May 1941 and went on to see action in the Low Countries and France, the Balkans, North Africa and in Russia, with the last few still in service in 1944.
    • $17.70
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  • PzKpfw IV Ausf. H (75mm L/48) (Zimmerrit)

    This was the most prominent variant of the redoutable Mark IV with over 3700 built between April '43 and July '44 and seeing action throughout Europe with over 700 deployed in France in June 1944.
    • $17.70
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  • PzKpfw IV Ausf. J (75mm L/48) (Zimmerrit)(Final production)

    Built from June 1944, a total of 1758 were built by March the following year. With a number of changes the easiest method of distinguishing it from the Ausf. H is by the simplified twin stove exhaust pipes.
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