Wehrmacht Tank Crew Set AND BT-7 Model 1937 FULL unboxing and review KITS

This is a German tank crew figure set. The last German figure set was designed way back in 1996. This comprehensive set features 8 figures in highly realistic pose, that are adaptable to use with a multitude of WWII German armor kits.

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The BT-7 was a Russian tank that began production in 1935. It incorporated some design features from tanks developed by American engineer Walter Christie. "BT" stood for "Bystrokhodny Tank (Fast Tank)" and the tank featured excellent maneuverability. Equipped with a 47mm main gun, it was one of the better-armed tanks of that period and it also had sloped frontal armor. The 1937 model's turret also featured sloped armor, a feature that would make its way into later tanks such as the T-34. The Tamiya 1/35 scale model captures all of the details of this WWII era tank as extensive research was undertaken to bring the most accurate version to the modeling world 

Product Specifications

Type Detail
Scale 1/35
Construction type Assembly kit
Photo-etch parts Included
Decals Included
Special feature 1 Wedge-shaped frontal area and large road wheels.
Special feature 2 Mechanically complicated suspension.
Special feature 3 Clear parts for headlight lenses.
Special feature 4 Officer and commander figures.
Special feature 5 Comes with 3 marking options

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