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1:35 Armour

1/35 Armour


  • Tamiya 1/35 Tiger I Late Version

    Tamiya 1/35 Tiger I Late Version
  • Tamiya 1/35 German 38cm "Sturmtiger"

    Tamiya 1/35 German 38cm "Sturmtiger"
  • Tamiya 1/35 Panzer IV J

    Tamiya 1/35 Panzer IV J

  • Tamiya 1/35 German Self-Pro.Howitzer Wespe

    Tamiya 1/35 German Self-Pro.Howitzer Wespe
  • Tamiya 1/35 M26 Pershing

    Tamiya 1/35 M26 Pershing
  • Tamiya 1/35 Hetzer Mid Production

    Tamiya 1/35 Hetzer Mid Production
  • German Jagdpanzer IV/70(V)Lang

    This is a completely new model of the fearsome German tank destroyer Jagdpanzer IV Lang. It is designed from the ground up to be part of the long catalog of models offered in the Tamiya 1/35 scale line up of model kits. The original Jagdpanzer IV tank destroyer was based upon the Panzer IV vehicle and used extensive sloped armor with the 48-caliber 7.5cm gun that had already proven its worth on other vehicles. In January 1944, it was decided to upgrade the Jagdpanzer IV, with the powerful 70-caliber 7.5cm anti-tank gun installed in place of the original 48-caliber weapon. This bigger gun was fitted to the Jadgpanzer IV with the intention of giving it the ability to destroy Allied tanks without even entering their weapons range. It was also the origin of the name Lang, which translates into English as "long". The (V) was applied to vehicles manufactured by the German company Vomag. 930 Jagdpanzer IV /70(V) Lang vehicles were manufactured between August 1944 and March 1945, with German forces taking advantage of the exceptional range of the gun, employing it in both defensive and ambush roles even as their military situation worsened. December 2014 marks 70 years since the Battle of the Bulge, which was effectively the final German offensive of WWII. This model is perfect and right on time to liven up late Second World War dioramas.