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Dragon - Neuheiten

German Super-Heavy Self-Propelled Mortar

Art.-Nr.: 500776946

1:35 Sd.Kfz.165 Hummel Early/Late Prod.

Art.-Nr.: 500776935

Art.Nr.: 500776935 Art.bezeichnung: 1:35 Sd.Kfz.165 Hummel Early/Late Prod.

Sd.Kz.165 Hummel's combat debut occurred during the titanic Battle of Kursk. Operated by a crew of six, the SPH carried 18 rounds for the main armament and more than 700 were built by the end of WWII. An easy identifying feature between Early- and Late-Production variants of the Hummel is the driver's/radio operator's compartment. On early vehicles, the driver received a small compartment that jutted out of the glacis plate. On later vehicles, this crew compartment was extended the full width of the hull to also enclose the radio operator.

This 2-in-1 kit, built precisely to 1/35 scale, allows modelers to create either an Early-Production or Late-Production Hummel. To account for the different production runs, there are two complete upper hulls as well as different drive sprockets, for example. Indeed, everything needed to produce an accurate variant is included in the box. The engineering is top notch too, with Razor Edge techniques utilized for the armored superstructure to produce a true-to-scale appearance. This allows interior fittings to be accurately sized and shaped. Furthermore, an aluminum gun barrel is offered for the 15cm gun. To cap it all off and leave modelers buzzing, the Hummel kit box top features one of Ron Volstad’s famous vintage illustrations of this SPH. The flight of the bumble bee has soared to new heights with this 2-in-1 offering!

Detaillierter Plastikmodellbausatz des Modells Sd.Kfz.165 Hummel Early/Late Production im Maßstab 1:35

 

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1:35 IDF M113 Fitters&Chata'p Field Repa

Art.-Nr.: 500773622

Art.Nr.: 500773622 Art.bezeichnung: 1:35 IDF M113 Fitters&Chata'p Field Repa

After previously releasing a kit of the IDF Zelda, an exciting new M113 combination is now available from Dragon. The new kit allows modelers to build both the M113 Fitters and the Chata’p Field Repair Vehicle. The former is easily identified by a Hiab crane mounted on the roof, enabling it to perform such operations as removing and replacing power packs. The Chata’p, on the other hand, carried spare parts and equipment to allow maintenance and repair of other armored vehicles.

Aptly named a Combo Set, modelers will be able to add two distinctive IDF M113 vehicles, the M113 Fitters and a Chata’p Field Repair Vehicle. They are perfect for each other in a diorama scene, or with a damaged M113 Zelda. The vehicles are realistically depicted and they possess NEO tracks, with brand new parts such as the hydraulic crane, as well as all sorts of stowage boxes and racks on the M113 Fitters. Boxes and racks festoon the Chata’p Field Repair Vehicle as well. Attention has been paid not only to the vehicle exteriors, but also to their interiors, with the internal layout accurately rendered and provided for both vehicles. As before, a free set of backpacks and rucksacks are provided for made of DS so that modelers can attach these to the vehicles’ hulls. As the first such 1/35 IDF Combo Set from Dragon, model-makers receive twice the fun and double the number of vehicles!

Detaillierter Plastikmodellbausatz

1:35 M132 Armored Flamethrower (SmartK)

Art.-Nr.: 500773621

Art.Nr.: 500773621 Artikelbezeichnung: 1:35 M132 Armored Flamethrower (SmartK)

Dragon has added another 1/35 scale kit to its growing M113-based family. This time the subject is the M132, which was a flamethrower version of the famous armored personnel carrier (APC). The 10.58-ton vehicle looks similar to a regular APC, but the cupola atop the hull features an M10-8 flamethrower alongside a coaxial 7.62mm machine gun. This turret could traverse 360º. Internally, the rear compartment was taken up by an M10 fuel and pressure unit plus four spherical 50-gallon fuel tanks. This amount of fuel was enough to fire a jet of flame for 32 seconds out to a maximum distance of 200m. The vehicle, often nicknamed the "Zippo", was widely used in the Vietnam War.

As would be expected, this M132 Flamethrower is based on currently available M113 chassis accurately built to 1/35 scale. However, the hull has been suitably modified with a set of new parts suitable for this specialist vehicle. This includes a brand new M10 turret containing the flamethrower and machine gun. Of course, the interior has been completely refurbished too. The four tanks for the napalm fuel are all installed inside. New, too, are brackets to protect the antenna bases. This 1/35 scale kit of the M132 Flamethrower lights up numerous opportunities for modelers wishing to create a Vietnam War vehicle, or to perhaps fit it into a dramatic combat diorama.

Detaillierter Plastikmodellbausatz des Modells M132 Armored Flamethrower (Smart Kit) im Maßstab 1:35

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