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Tamiya | German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe 'Italian Front'

Tamiya-German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe Italian Front-TAM-35358
Tamiya-German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe Italian Front-TAM-35358
Tamiya-German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe Italian Front-TAM-35358
Tamiya-German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe Italian Front-TAM-35358
Tamiya-German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe Italian Front-TAM-35358
Tamiya-German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe Italian Front-TAM-35358
Tamiya-German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe Italian Front-TAM-35358
Tamiya-German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe Italian Front-TAM-35358
Tamiya-German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe Italian Front-TAM-35358
Tamiya-German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe Italian Front-TAM-35358
Tamiya-German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe Italian Front-TAM-35358
Tamiya-German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe Italian Front-TAM-35358
Tamiya-German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe Italian Front-TAM-35358
Tamiya-German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe Italian Front-TAM-35358
Tamiya-German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe Italian Front-TAM-35358
Tamiya-German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe Italian Front-TAM-35358
Tamiya | German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe 'Italian Front'
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  • Stock: In Stock
  • Reward Points: 128
  • Model: TAM-35358
  • Scale: 1:35
42.95€
Ex Tax: 35.50€
Price in reward points: 4295

This model faithfully recreates the German Self-Propelled Howitzer Wespe. It is a classic model from within the Tamiya catalogue, but this version includes updated parts and new marking options for vehicles that fought on the Italian front.

Originally designed as a stopgap, with a production run of 676, this Pz.Kpfw.II chassis-based howitzer exceeded German expectations. Intended mainly for infantry support, the Pz.Kpfw.II’s moving turret was replaced with a boxy stationary superstructure equipped with the Type 18/2 10.5cm L/28 howitzer. While the crew of 5 were not blessed with overwhelming protection, their vehicle was a mobile threat to Allied forces nonetheless.