Cyber Hobbies 10.5cm Sturmhaubitze 42 Ausf.G with ZimmeritMilitary Kits : Ground Armor : Self-Propelled Guns
- For Ages: 10+
- Assembly: Requires Glue
- Released: Mar 2008
- Availability: In Stock
- Price: $78.92
Item DescriptionThe StuG III assault gun is a very recognizable vehicle and it proved very effective on the battlefield. Its close relative was the StuH III (StuH representing “Sturmhaubitze”) self-propelled howitzer. Instead of a 7.5cm StuK 40 L/43 antitank gun, it mounted a variant of the 10.5cm leFH 18 howitzer fitted with a muzzle brake. Introduced in 1942, this vehicle provided heavier artillery support to infantry, thus allowing the StuG III to concentrate more on antitank duties. A total of 1212 StuH 42 vehicles
- Astonishing details one-piece slide-molded lower hull with Waffle Zimmerit.
- Slide-molded engine deck with Waffle Zimmerit.
- Multi-directional slide-molded superstructure with Waffle Zimmerit truly represented.
- Delicate Waffle Zimmerit pattern around upper hull.
- Hatches can be assembled open/closed.
- Commander's cupola periscopes made from clear parts.
- Slide-molded periscopic gun sight is made from clear part.
- Slide-molded torsion bars are included.
- Commander's hatch with interior details
- can be assembled open or closed.
- Cooling air-intakes are slide-molded.
- Photo-etched air-intake grills.
- Brand New slide-molded 10.5cm gun.
- Slide-molded mantlet with realistic weld seams and internal surface detail.
- Chamfer in lower part of mantlet.
- Newly tooled gun with full breech and recoil guard assembly.
- 40cm magic tracks.
- Fender details made from photo-etched parts.
- Air deflector truly represented.
- Photo-etched mesh in included.
- Metal tow cable.
- Brand new OVM
- Jack is reproduced with multiple parts.
- Idler wheels with photo-etched parts.
- Detailed track tension adjuster.
- Fenders made from slide-molds with both upper and lower surface details.
- Fender pattern is accurately portrayed.
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