Takom 1/35 German Jagdpanther G1 Full Interior (ripped box top)  2125
Takom 1/35 German Jagdpanther G1 Full Interior (ripped box top)  2125
Takom 1/35 German Jagdpanther G1 Full Interior (ripped box top)  2125
Takom 1/35 German Jagdpanther G1 Full Interior (ripped box top)  2125

**BOX HAS A RIP ON COVER   SEE PICS******

 

Plastic model kit, assembly required.  Glue, paint and finishing supplies not included.

The Panzerjäger Panther Sd.Kfz. 173, or Jagdpanther, was a heavy tank destroyer based on the chassis of the Panzer V Panther and was armed with the same long-barreled 8.8 cm gun as the Tiger II or ‘King Tiger’, and a single 7.92 mm MG-34 machine gun in the front glacis plate for local defense. The Jagdpanther had a good power-to-weight ratio and a powerful main gun, which enabled it to destroy any Allied tank. Based on the existing Panther chassis, the vehicle did not suffer too many mechanical problems, and had an upgraded transmission and final drive to counter the Panther's main weakness. The Jagdpanther was powered by the 700hp Maybach HL230 P30 V-12 petrol engine and a 7 speed forward, 1-speed reverse transmission system with a maximum speed of 46 km/h (28.6 mph) and a range of about 200 kilometers (99 miles). It was manned by a crew of five: a driver, radio-operator, commander, gunner and a loader.

Two main variants can be distinguished, the earlier (1944 model) G1 with a small internally-bolted main gun mantlet and a modified Panther A engine deck, and the later (1945 model) G2 with a larger, externally-bolted mantlet and a modified Panther G engine deck, though late G1s also had a larger mantlet. Early Jagdpanthers had two vision openings for the driver, whereas late versions had only one. The main gun originally had a monobloc gun barrel, but later versions were equipped with the PaK 43/4 gun with a two-part barrel. Early G1s (to September 1944) were given a distinctive pattern of Zimmerit anti-magnetic mine coating.Be sure to check out our armor accessories, metal barrels, and individual track links!
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Takom 1/35 German Jagdpanther G1 Full Interior (ripped box top) 2125

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**BOX HAS A RIP ON COVER   SEE PICS******

 

Plastic model kit, assembly required.  Glue, paint and finishing supplies not included.

The Panzerjäger Panther Sd.Kfz. 173, or Jagdpanther, was a heavy tank destroyer based on the chassis of the Panzer V Panther and was armed with the same long-barreled 8.8 cm gun as the Tiger II or ‘King Tiger’, and a single 7.92 mm MG-34 machine gun in the front glacis plate for local defense. The Jagdpanther had a good power-to-weight ratio and a powerful main gun, which enabled it to destroy any Allied tank. Based on the existing Panther chassis, the vehicle did not suffer too many mechanical problems, and had an upgraded transmission and final drive to counter the Panther's main weakness. The Jagdpanther was powered by the 700hp Maybach HL230 P30 V-12 petrol engine and a 7 speed forward, 1-speed reverse transmission system with a maximum speed of 46 km/h (28.6 mph) and a range of about 200 kilometers (99 miles). It was manned by a crew of five: a driver, radio-operator, commander, gunner and a loader.

Two main variants can be distinguished, the earlier (1944 model) G1 with a small internally-bolted main gun mantlet and a modified Panther A engine deck, and the later (1945 model) G2 with a larger, externally-bolted mantlet and a modified Panther G engine deck, though late G1s also had a larger mantlet. Early Jagdpanthers had two vision openings for the driver, whereas late versions had only one. The main gun originally had a monobloc gun barrel, but later versions were equipped with the PaK 43/4 gun with a two-part barrel. Early G1s (to September 1944) were given a distinctive pattern of Zimmerit anti-magnetic mine coating.Be sure to check out our armor accessories, metal barrels, and individual track links!
We are not responsible for any taxes, duty, vat, customs or other fees on the receiver’s end.

Check out our other items, and save on shipping! Place the items you wish to purchase in your cart and discounted shipping will be calculated at checkout.

Please complete all your shopping before checking out, we cannot combine shipping on separate orders.

Sorry, no shipping refunds can be given for combining separate orders.

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