Stug III Ausf. C/D
50 of thge Ausf.C and 150 of the Ausf.D were produced between May and September 1941and were externally identical. The small numbrers of Stugs that reached the Afrika Korps were Ausf.Ds but, mainly, these vehicles served on the Eastern Front.
Mercedes-Benz le Pkw 170VK
Built on a modified 4x2 passenger car chassis, some 19,000 were produced between 1938 and 1942 - making it the second most produced "bucket car" after the VW Kubelwagen. It's reliability made it popular with troops.
Tiger 1 Ausf. E - Late Production
Tiger production started in 1942. This is the final version with resilient steel-tyred roadwheels and the deletion of the outer row, Zimmerit anti-magnetic paste and the late-style commander's cupola.
Phanomen Granit 1500A Kfz. 70
Phanomen produced good quality light commercial vehicles. Their 1500 range of 4x4 (A) and 4x2 (S) vehicles was introduced in 1942 and used extensively by the Wehrmacht. They were robust and easy to maintain and popular with the troops. Built in avariety of body styles -...
Marder II Pak 36( r )
The appearance of the T-34 and KV-1 tanks came as a nasty surprise the the Germans invading Russia. They urgently needed better ant-tank guns and decided to re-chamber some of the large numbers of Russian 76.2mm field guns that they had captured to take Pak 40 ammunition and mount them...
Panzer III Ausf. H
The Ausf.H featured a redesigned turret, bolted-on additional hull armour and a new drive sprocket and rear idler. It was the first Panzer III to have a turret basket. 308 were produced between October 1940 and April 1941 and served in the desert, the Balkans and Russia.
Mercedes 170 Radio Car Kfz 2
The Mercedes 170 VK was the most numerous of the "bucket" cars after the VW Kubelwagen, which it supplemented in the Kfz.2 (Radio), 2/40 (Light Field Repairs) and Kfz.3 (Light Survey Section) roles. Some 19,000 were produced between 1938 and 1942.
Stug III Ausf. F
Initially developed as an infantry close-support weapon, the Stug III was increasingly used in the ant-tank role as the war progressed. The Ausf.F featured increased armour protection and a more powerful gun and was introduced in March 1942. 359 were built and they all served...
B IV C Heavy Demolition Vehicle
The BIV Ausf.C was introduced in December 1943 and was designed to carry a heavy demolition charge to a specific target. These vehicles equipped special Panzer abteillungen and were remotely guided to their target by control tanks (see RESTRICTED ISSUE Kit IR-12). 305 Ausf.C...
Panzer IV Ausf. E
223 Ausf.E were produced between September 1940 and April 1941. They had bolted-on additional armour and a re-designed turret. They served in the Balkans, North Africa and Russia. Some were still in service in early 1944.