Panzer II Flamm
Based on the Panzer II Ausf.D chassis, around 150 were built between May 1940 and March 1942. The normal turret was replaced by a small one-man turret, mounting a single machine gun. A flame projector was mounted on the front of each mudguard, with the fuel in tanks...
Panzer II Ausf L 'Luchs'
Around 100 were produced from August 1942 to early 1943. It was armed with a 2cm. gun and served with recce units of Panzer Divisions on both the Eastern and Western fronts.
Auto Union Horch Kfz. 69
Heavy Standard (Einheits) chassis for personnel carriers. 4x4 with (mid) support axles. Produced from 1938 to 1943 and used in a variety of roles.
Adler MG-Kw Scout Car Kfz.13
About 150 were built between 1932 and 1934. Used operationally in Poland and France. They were armed with a pedestal mounted MG13. Withdrawn from service in 1941.
15cm siG 33/1 Ausf M 'Grille'
The 15cm infantry gun mounted in an open compartment at the rear of a modified Panzer 38(t) chassis. Entered service in mid 1943. Some 282 were built. Served on all fronts with the heavy SP companies of Panzer Grenadier regiments.
Adler Fu-Kw Radio Car Kfz.14
Produced in tandem and used in conjunction with the Kfz.13 Recce Vehicle, the Kfz.14 was unarmed and mounted a large frame aerial for long range communications. Around 40 were built.
Stug. III Ausf. B
The Stug III Ausf.B entered service in the Autumn of 1940. 320 were produced between June 1940 and May 1941. They saw action in the Balkans and Russia.
Panzer III Ausf. F
435 of the Panzer III Ausf.F were built from September 1939 to July 1940. The majority were armed with a 37mm. gun fitted to an internal mantlet. The final 100 or so were armed with the 5cm. KwK L/42. Not available in time for the start of the invasion of France,...
Stug III Ausf. A
The Stug III was an infantry close-support weapon based on the Panzer III chassis. Four batteries (each of six Ausf.As) took part in the invasion of France. The survivors went on to serve in the Balkans and Russia.
Panzer III Ausf. G
The evolution of the Panzer III continued into the Ausf.G - 600 of which were built between April 1940 and February 1942 and were the first to be armed with the 5cm. gun. They fought with the Afrika Korps and in Russia.