Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml
Includes: 1 x 40 ml bottle
VAL73801 European Splash Mud
VAL73802 Russian Splash Mud
VAL73803 Industrial Splash Mud
VAL73804 Light Brown Splash Mud
VAL73805 Brown Splash Mud
VAL73806 Black Splash Mud
VAL73807 European Thick Mud
VAL73808 Russian Thick Mud
VAL73809 Industrial Thick Mud
VAL73810 Light Brown Thick Mud
VAL73811 Brown Thick Mud
VAL73812 Black Thick Mud
VAL73813 Oil Stains
VAL73814 Fuel Stains
VAL73815 Engine Grime
VAL73816 Diesel Stain
VAL73817 Petrol Spills
VAL73818 Brown Engine Soot
VAL73821 Rust Texture
VAL73822 Slimy Grime Dark
VAL73823 Slimy Grime Light
VAL73824 Streaking Grime
VAL73825 Crushed Grass
VAL73826 Mud and Grass Effect
VAL73827 Moss and Lichen Effect
VAL73828 Wet Effects
The German tank destroyer Marder III was deployed from 1942 until 1945 on all fronts of the Second World War. The Marder used the chassis and the roofless fighting compartment of the Panzer 38(t). Its main armament was either the Soviet 76-mm divisional field gun M1936 or the German 75-mm Pak 40 anti-tank gun.
The Sd.Kfz.138 Ausf.M was the latest variant of the series armed with the 75mm Pak 40. Unlike the previous models, this variant featured sloped armour and an improved fighting compartment which was closed in the rear for better protection of the crew. The rear-mounted engine of the vehicle was replaced with an engine installed between the driver and the crew. This gave the crew more room in the fighting compartment decreasing their exposure to enemy fire. However, the compartment remained open-topped.
The crew of the Marder III Ausf.M included a commander, a gunner, a loader and a driver. About 1,000 units of the Ausf.M were built between 1943 and 1944.
Item No: 80169
Item Name: Marder III Ausf.M Tank Destroyer Sd.Kfz.138 - Early
Item Type: Plastic Model Armour Kit
Model Dimensions: Length 148.2mm Width 61mm
Total Plastic Parts: 500+
Total Sprues: 10 sprues and lower hull
Metal Parts: gun barrel
Photo-Etched Parts: 1 piece
Release Date: 2017-10
- The kit consists of over 500 parts
- Refined details
- Multi-slide moulded lower hull and turret
- Individual tracks
- Photo-etched parts included
Meng Model 1:35 - Sd.Kfz.171 Panther Zimmerit Decals
When Germany started the production of the Panther Ausf. A, Zimmerit was used to cover the metal armour of the vehicles to prevent magnetic anti-tank mines from sticking to it. Zimmerit was applied to Panther tanks in different patterns as there was no exact requirement on the appearance of this coating.
Meng has selected four most popular and hard to replicate Zimmerit patterns and created a series of easy to use water slide decals representing those patterns. Use one of them with the TS-035 Sd.Kfz.171 Panther Ausf. A (Late) kit to add more realism to your Panther model.
SPS-050 Sd.Kfz.171 Panther Zimmerit Decal A (Type 1)
SPS-051 Sd.Kfz.171 Panther Zimmerit Decal B (Type 2)
SPS-052 Sd.Kfz.171 Panther Zimmerit Decal C (Type 3)
SPS-053 Sd.Kfz.171 Panther Zimmerit Decal D (Type 4)
Master Box 1:35 Bundeswehr German Military, Present Day - Plastic Figure Model Kit #35195
This kit contains parts for the assembly of five figures of Bundeswehr soldiers with weapons and accessories. The vehicle is not included in the kit.
Three figures of the vehicle crew members in different poses are wearing berets. Two infantrymen in bush hats are next to the vehicle, one is standing with his G36 and the other one is adjusting his backpack.
This kit is versatile and can be a good addition to a diorama featuring modern German vehicles.
A small blister pack of scatter for basing and diorama model building in 1/35 scale.
Forest Floor - Various fine grains of dark brown scatter and wood shavings, plus small sticks to create an effective woodland floor mix.