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1/35 German Marder III H Self-Propelled Gun Crew (4 Figure Set)
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ITEM NO: DRA 6367
EAN-13 BARCODE: 0089195863676
SCALE: 1:35
ANNOUNCED ON: 9/21/2015
ARRIVED ON: 4/23/2007
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Re-Issue in May 2020

Barcode: 0 89195 86367 6
Packaging: 48 pieces per master carton
Box Size: 6.4"x10.2"x1.5"
Category: WWII German figure set

1/35 German Marder III H Self-Propelled Gun Crew (4 Figures Set)

Modelers can add realism to their vignettes or dioramas with the latest 1/35 figure release from Dragon. The set features four personnel from a self-propelled gun, just ideal for populating Dragon’s recently released Marder III H model. Also, the figures will fit a whole range of other 1/35 German self-propelled guns kits, so modelers have a wide scope of possibilities. The crewmen are wearing jackets and trousers typical of such self-propelled gun crews. The commander is holding a pair of binoculars, a gunner is traversing the weapon, and a kneeling loader puts a round into the breech. Finally, there is also a driver to fit into the driver’s compartment. Their sculpting is superb, with excellent details and definition molded in. To complement the four vividly posed figures is a range of ammunition rounds and ammo boxes.