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1 ton halftrack  Kfz 10  & crew     

The 1 ton Sdkfz 10 halftrack was used as a towing tractor for several small guns including the Pak 36, Pak 38, Sig17, Sig 33 and the 120mm mortar trailer.

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Gv141 vehicle
Bison Sig 33 Aus K

Bison Sig 33 Aus K was a modified Panzer 38t mounting a 150mm infantry gun .Produced from mid 1943 onwards it served on all fronts and equipped  armoured artillery support companies of infantry regiments until the end of the war.

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Gv821 vehicle
Einheits Diesel truck

Einheits Diesel truck was produced by six manufacturers before the outbreak of war as a standard 6x6 army truck. This versatile vehicle was used by infantry units as a troop carrier, but also equipped Engineer and Bridging units. Manufacture ended in 1940.. Read more here.

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Gv891 vehicle
Ford 3 ton 1939 model

The 1939 model 3 ton Ford  built  in Cologne was widely used by the German army up until 1944 .  This version  is frequently seen in photographs of German units serving in France, Italy and North Africa and is identifiable by its oval .. Read more here.

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Gv541 vehicle open with troops
Gv551 vehicle, tilt
Ford Eiffel and Simca staff cars


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Gv1522 vehicles
Ford truck

The Ford motor company of Koln produced two models of the 3 ton truck for the Wermacht , the 38 model and the 41 model. This version is the 1941 model that was based on the American pattern truck designated Ford V 3000S . From photographic evidence, most .. Read more here.

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Gv18Canvas tilt
Gv19Open with passengers
Gv20Office body
Ford V8 51 early war truck


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Gv981 vehicle
German Einheits Diesel radio truck


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Gv1141 vehicle
German M/C combos x 3


Just released
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Gv1633 vehicles
German Motor cycle troops


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Gv1023 motos + 1 combo
Geschutzwagen Lorraine 150mm


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Gv1041 vehicle
Gv191


Just released
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Gv1911 vehicle
Halftrack with AA Gun

The 1 ton half track mounting the 20mm flak 38 anti aircraft gun was used by flak companies of Panzer units throughout the war and was frequently employed in a ground support role.

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Gv1351 vehicle
Henschell 33


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Gv1371 vehicle
Hetzer

Hetzer Panzerjager 38t mounted a 75mm Pak39 and was produced in great numbers from mid 1944 until  the end of the war . Initially issued to  Panzerjager detachments of infantry divisions. 2584 made.

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Gv851 vehicle
Horch 8 type 500 Staff car


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Gv1571 vehicle
Horch Kfz69 heavy PKW


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Gv1541 vehicle
Horch Kfz69 heavy PKW


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Gv1541 vehicle
Horch Kfz81 20mm flak


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Gv1551 vehicle
Hornisse SP Gun


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Gv1081 vehicle
Hotchkiss 105mm SP

This  version of the Hotchkiss fielded by Beckers Sturmgeschtz  Abteilung 200 was the 105mm howitzer SP . This was a yet another  example of the Germans successful adaptation of an obsolete captured  chassis.

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Gv521 vehicle
Hotchkiss Pak 75mm SP

In 1944 the 21st Panzer Divisions Sturmgeschtz  Abteilung 200, commanded by  Major Alfred Becker, fielded  4 batteries of these Hotchkiss based  Pak 40 armed SP guns. They proved so effective that allied troops often reported them as .. Read more here.

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Gv531 vehicle
Hummel SP gun


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Gv1071 vehicle
Jagdpanther


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Gv1461 vehicle
Jagdpanzer IV sdkf162


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Gv1271 vehicle
Kettenkrad x 2


Just released
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Gv1782 vehicles
Krupp Kfz81 20mm flak


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Gv1581 vehicle
Krupp Protze tractor Kfz 69

Krupp Protze tractor Kfz 69 in production from the start of the war the Kfz 69 was used to tow the Pak 36 anti tank gun. The vehicle equipped panzer jager units for the invasion of Poland and was still in use during the early battles in the Soviet Union i.. Read more here.

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Gv871 vehicle
Krupp Protze truck Kfz 70

Krupp Protze truck Kfz 70 was produced from 1933 to 1942 and was used to carry troops or tow 20mm light anti aircraft cannons . A versatile vehicle it was used on all fronts during the first half of the war.

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Gv881 vehicle
Kubelwagen

The Kubelwagen type 82 based on the air cooled VW beetle chassis was widely used by the German army on all fronts from 1941 until the end of the war by which time over 50000 vehicles had been made.

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Gv562 vehicles
Lorraine 105mm FH 18 SP


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Gv1051 vehicle
Lorraine Marder 1


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Gv1031 vehicle
Luchs light tank


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Gv1361 vehicle
Marder III Pak 36r

Marder III Pak 36r was an adaptation of two captured weapon systems . The chassis was a Czech 38t and the gun a Russian Pak 36r. It served in Panzerjager detatchments from early e 1942 onwards  and went some way to combat the superior Russain  t.. Read more here.

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Gv801 vehicle
Marder III Pak 40 Auf M

Marder III Pak 40 Auf M was a modified Panzer 38t produced in large numbers , 975 were produced from mid 1943 onwards . It served on all fronts and equipped both armoured and infantry divisions in the panzerjager role until the end of the war.

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Gv811 vehicle
Maultier wurfer halftrack


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Gv991 vehicle
Medium PKW

The Medium PKW Kfz.15 built from 1937 until 1943 was used on all fronts throughout the war and was the most important medium car in the  Wehrmacht.

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Gv571 vehicle
Medium PKW radio van


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Gv1161 vehicle
Mercedes Benz 4x6 staffcar


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Gv1501 vehicle
Mercedes truck

Some 16000 examples of the 3 ton Mercedes Benz type L3000 S trucks were built between 1938 and 1944.The model comes in three versions, the open truck body version with troop load , the closed tilt version and a radio / office body version.

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Gv11Canvas tilt
Gv12Open with passengers
Gv13Office body
Mobelwagen AA


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Gv1091 vehicle
Opel staff cars


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Gv1122 vehicles
Opel truck

The 3 ton Opel Blitz was probably the most commonly used truck in the Wehrmacht.The model comes in three versions, the open truck body version with troop load , the closed tilt version and a radio / office body version.

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Gv15Canvas tilt
Gv16Open with passengers
Gv17Office body
Ostketten Pak 40 SP


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Gv1281 vehicle
P107 (f) SPW Halftrack


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Gv1211 vehicle
Panther Ausf D - Kursk


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Gv1431 vehicle
Panther Ausf G


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Gv1451 vehicle
Panzer 1 Command

There were 184 of  these  radio equipped command tanks produced from 1935  to 1937 . Some of these vehicles remained in service until 1942.

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Gv741 vehicle
Panzer 1 Sig 33 SP

This was an early attempt to provide armoured support artillery by mounting a 150mm Sig 33 gun complete with wheels and gun carriage on a Panzer 1 chassis . 38 of these vehicles were made and served in France and the early stages of the Russian campaign.

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Gv761 vehicle
Panzer 2 Ausf F

Panzer  2 Ausf F  was an improved version of the earlier  models having an observation  cupola  and uparmoured  glacis plate. Issued in 1941 and used as an armoured  reconnaissance tank.

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Gv771 vehicle
Panzer 2 Pak 40

The Panzer 2 Pak 40 armed  Marder II was produced in mid 1942 and equipped Panzerjager units serving on all fronts until the end of the war.

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Gv781 vehicle
Panzer 35t (limited availability)

A number of these excellent Czech light tanks were incorporated into the German order of battle for the invasion of Poland in September 1939 and were also used by the 6 Panzer division for the invasion of France in May 1940 . In 1941 the tanks were still .. Read more here.

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Gv491 vehicle
Panzer 38t 20 mm Flak

Panzer  38t  20 mm Flak issued to armoured flak compaies from late 1943 onwards notably used by the 12th  SS Hitlerjugend  division in Normandy 1944.

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Gv831 vehicle
Panzer 38t Aufklarer recce

The Panzer 38t Aufklarer reconnaissance  tank was produced in late 1944 and  was armed with a 20mm cannon mounted in the same model  Hangelafette (swing mount)  turret that was manufactured  for the 234/1 armoured car. The vehicle.. Read more here.

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Gv841 vehicle
Panzer 38t (Remodelled)

The Czech built 38t was integrated into the German Army after the fall of Czechoslovakia in 1939. This tank served in German armoured units in Poland, France and the early campaigns in Russia.

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Gv481 vehicle
Panzer I Ausf B

These machine gun armed light tanks were obsolete at the outbreak of WW2 but still made up over a third of the Panzer divisions strength in May 1940. The armour was so thin that it could be easily penetrated by Polish anti tank rifles so the vehicles were.. Read more here.

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Gv501 vehicle
Panzer II Ausf B/C

This German light tank was armed with a 20mm cannon and machine gun. In May 1940 , over a third of the Panzer divisions strength was made up of tanks like these and they were still employed during the opening months of the Russian campaign where they were.. Read more here.

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Gv511 vehicle
Panzer III Ausf H


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Gv371 vehicle
Panzer III ausf L


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Gv281 vehicle
Panzer III Ausf M late model


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Gv391 vehicle
Panzer III Ausf N with skirts


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Gv401 vehicle
Panzerjager 1

The Panzerjager  1 was equipped with a Czech 47mm anti tank gun and was the first of the Panzerjager SPs produced by the Germans . 202 of these vehicles were produced and they served in France , Russia and North Africa before being phased out in late.. Read more here.

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Gv751 vehicle
Panzerjager IV/70

The Panzerjager IV/70 SP gun mounted the same 75mm long barreled L/70 gun that armed the Panther tank . Produced from late 1944 it proved to be a very effective anti tank weapon for defensive warfare.

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Gv861 vehicle
Praga RNR Radio truck


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Gv1331 vehicle
Pz IV Brumbar SP early version


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Gv1111 vehicle
PzKpfw V - Panther Aus A

Strangely , this version, the Panther Aus A was the second model of the Panther produced after the Ausf D version debuted at Kursk. This improved model recognisable by the side armour extension towards the rear of the vehicle was the most numerous Panther.. Read more here.

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Gv1441 vehicle
PzKpwf III Ausf. E/F

Panzer III E/F was fitted with a 37mm gun and was issued to medium tank companies during between 1938 and 1940 . Recognisable by its flat engine deck and one piece turret back.As the differences between these two models was mostly internal or then the .. Read more here.

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Gv351 vehicle
PzKpwf III Ausf. G

Panzer III Ausf G was armed with a short 50mm gun and had improved armour. They were issued to medium tank companies between April 1940 and February 1941 . The model is recognisable by its lateral air intake covers on the engine deck.

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Gv361
PzKpwf III Ausf. J

Panzer III Ausf J models were armed with both short and long 50mm guns and had their armour thickness increased to 50 mm . They were issued to medium tank companies between March 1941 and July 1942. they are recognisable by their longitudinal air intake c.. Read more here.

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Gv381 vehicle
PzKpwf III Ausf. M

Panzer III Ausf M was armed with a long 50mm gun and they were issued to medium tank companies between October 1942 and February 1943.the model is recognisable by its spaced front hull armour and a larger external exhaust system.

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Gv391 vehicle
PzKpwf IV Ausf. D

The Panzer IV Ausf D was armed with a short 75mm gun for close support and is recognisable from the Ausf F1 by its stepped front glacis plate.

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Gv211 vehicle
PzKpwf IV Ausf. F2

The Panzer IV Ausf F2 was armed with a long 75mm gun superior to allied guns on all fronts in 1942. To the British in the Western desert it was known as the Panzer IV special and was a feared adversary. Fortunately they were never enough to go round.

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Gv241 vehicle
PzKpwf IV Ausf. G

The Panzer IV Ausf G was armed had a long 75mm and several other modifications over the previous models most notably turret skirt armour.Produced in large numbers between May 1942 and June 1943.

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Gv251 vehicle
PzKpwf IV Ausf. J/H

The Panzer IV Ausf J/H armed with a long 75mm gun was fitted with turret and side skirt armour. It was known as the Workhorse of the Panzer divisions as it fought in frontline service until the end of the war.
As the differences between these two .. Read more here.

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Gv261 vehicle
RSO Ost Schlepper

RSO Ost Schlepper was produced from an Austrian design in 1944 as a 3 ton tractor. Used as an artillery tractor and by forward and supply units on both eastern and western fronts during the last few years of the war.

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Gv901 vehicle
Sdkfz 11 halftrack gun tractor

The 3 ton Sdkfz 11 halftrack was used as a towing tractor for the Pak 40 and the 105mm FH 18 howitzer.

The model comes complete with driver.

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Gv951 vehicle with crew
Sdkfz 13 light Armoured car

Sdkfz 13 light Armoured car was a built on a saloon car chassis, lightly armoured and equipped with a single light machine gun. It was used to equip reconnaissance units during the Polish and French campaigns but for the invasion of the Soviet Union it wa.. Read more here.

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Gv911 vehicle
Sdkfz 221 Armoured car


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Gv1061 vehicle
Sdkfz 221 Pzbsche


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Gv1011 vehicle
Sdkfz 222

Sdkfz 222 a 4x4 light armoured car armed with a 20mm cannon and single machine gun was used for most of the war by reconnaissance units until replaced by more modern designs in the latter stages. This vehicle was used on all fronts, examples being seen in.. Read more here.

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Gv921 vehicle
Sdkfz 231 8 wheeler

Sdkfz 231 8 wheeler armed with a 20mm cannon. This purpose built design was used throughout the war by reconnaissance units of the German army. It served on all fronts and was so well built that examples could still be seen in use as late as 1944.

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Gv941 vehicle
Sdkfz 233 8 wheel stummel


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Gv1131 vehicle
Sdkfz 234 /1 20mm

The Sdkfz 234 /1  eight   wheeled  armoured cars armed with  a  20mm cannon were first produced in 1943 and were issued to the reconnaissance units of Panzer divisions. Note!  the Pithead model of this vehicle does not u.. Read more here.

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Gv701 vehicle
Sdkfz 234 /2 Puma

The Sdkfz 234 /2 Puma armoured car armed with  a  50mm  anti tank gun was first produced in 1943 and issued to reconnaissance  companies of  4 Panzer divisions serving on both eastern and western fronts.

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Gv711 vehicle
Sdkfz 234 /3 Stummel

The Sdkfz 234 /3  armed with a 75mm  Stummel was  produced in 1944 as a support weapon  issued to reconnaissance  companies  equipped with the Sdkfz 234/1.

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Gv721 vehicle
Sdkfz 234 /4 Pak 75mm

The Sdkfz 234 /4 was produced in late 1944 and mounted a Pak 40 75mm anti tank gun . Designed as support weapon it was issued to the reconnaissance companies of German panzer divisions. Note!  the Pithead version of this vehicle does not use the stan.. Read more here.

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Gv731 vehicle
Sdkfz 247A armoured staff car


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Gv1901 vehicle
Sdkfz 250/11 Alte Pzbsche

Sdkfz 250/11  platoon leaders version was armed with a squeeze bore Panzerbusche 41 anti tank gun which could be used demounted on a lightweight  carriage carried on the rear of the vehicle.

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Gv621 vehicle
Sdkfz 250/1 Alte SPW

The Sdkfz 250/1 halftrack was used in a wide variety of roles throughout WW2 this version is the SPW troop carrier. 28 of these halftracks were issued to the light reconnaissance  companies of German panzer divisions.

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Gv581 vehicle
Sdkfz 250/1 Neu SPW

The Sdkfz 250/1 halftrack was simplified to reduce production costs in late 1943 and the Neu  version was  issued to troops in numbers the following year . This version is the SPW troop carrier, a complement of 55  of these vehicles were us.. Read more here.

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Gv631 vehicle
Sdkfz 250/3 Alte Radio

Sdkfz 250/3  radio version of the 250 halftrack was equipped with the FuG 12 radio for ground communication or the FuG 7 radio for  communication with  Luftwaffe  air support . This is the Alte  older  version with its more a.. Read more here.

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Gv591 vehicle
Sdkfz 250/3 Neu Radio

Sdkfz 250/3  Neu  radio version of the 250 halftrack was equipped with the FuG 12 radio for ground communication or the FuG 7 radio for  communication with  Luftwaffe  air support.

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Gv641 vehicle
Sdkfz 250/7 Alte 81mm Mrtr

The Sdkfz 250/7 carried an 81mm mortar, it was used by the 4th platoon of German reconnaissance units  to provide mobile fire support . This is the Alte older version.

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Gv601 vehicle
Sdkfz 250/7 Neu 81mm Mrtr

The Sdkfz 250/7  carried an 81mm mortar, it was used by the 4th platoon of German reconnaissance units  to provide mobile fire support . This is the Neu version.

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Gv651 vehicle
Sdkfz 250/8 Neu 75mm

Introduced in 1944 the Sdkfz 250/8 carried a 75 mm Stummel howitzer and was used in  the 4th platoon of German reconnaissance units  to provide mobile fire support.

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Gv671 vehicle
Sdkfz 250/9 Alte Recce

Sdkfz 250/9 Recce version of the 250 halftrack was issued to armoured reconnaissance units  from  March 1942. The vehicle was armed with a 20mm cannon mounted in a turret that was previously produced for the 222 armoured car it replaced.

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Gv611 vehicle
Sdkfz 250/9 Neu Recce

Sdkfz 250/9  Neu Recce version of the 250 halftrack was issued to armoured reconnaissance units  in 1944. The vehicle was armed with a 20mm cannon mounted in a  late model  Hangelafette  (swing mount)  turret that was produce.. Read more here.

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Gv661 vehicle
Sdkfz 251/10 C Pak 36

The Sdkfz 251/10 C  halftrack  armed with a Pak 36 anti tank gun was issued to panzer grenadier platoons leaders from 1940.

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Gv681 vehicle
Sdkfz 251/16 Ausf. C - Flamethrower

The 251C /16 was a flame thrower version that was issued to Panzerpionier companies . It had two side mounted projector units fed from pressurised tanks mounted within the hull and a portable hose for operated by a dismounted engineer at the rear of the v.. Read more here.

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Gv321 vehicle
Sdkfz 251/16 Ausf. D - Flamethrower

The 251 /16 was a flame thrower version that was issued to Panzerpionier companies . It had two side mounted projector units fed from pressurised tanks mounted within the hull.
The Pithead model comes with two manned projectors and a MG42 machinegun.. Read more here.

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Gv612 figures with accessories
Sdkfz 251/1 Ausf. C

The 251C SPW armoured personnel carrier was introduced in late 1940 replacing the earlier B model. It is recognisable by its air intakes sticking out either side of the bonnet/hood. They were issued to Gepanzert Battalions of Grenadier regiments within Pa.. Read more here.

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Gv291
Sdkfz 251/1 Ausf. C - Wurfrahmen

This rocket firing version of the 251C was issued to the Panzerpionier companies third platoon for area bombardment using 6 externally mounted 28cm Wurfrahmen 40 rocket projectors.

The Pithead model is equipped 6 rockets, a full infantry load an.. Read more here.

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Gv311 vehicle
Sdkfz 251/1 Ausf. D

The 251D SPW armoured personnel carrier was introduced in late 1943 replacing the earlier C model. It was issued to Gepanzert Battalions of Grenadier regiments within Panzer Divisions.

The Pithead model comes with a full infantry load and a mach.. Read more here.

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Gv11 vehicle
Sdkfz 251/1 Ausf. D - Enginners

The 251 engineers vehicle I had wooden panniers down each side of the body that were used to carry engineering equipment which kept the space inside free for troop seating.

The Pithead model comes with two different panniers loaded with small ar.. Read more here.

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Gv51 vehicle
Sdkfz 251/1 Ausf. D - Wurfrahmen

This rocket firing version of the 251 was issued to the Panzerpionier companies third platoon for area bombardment using 6 externally mounted 28cm Wurfrahmen 40 rocket projectors.
The Pithead model is equipped 6 rockets, a full infantry load and an .. Read more here.

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Gv91 vehicle
Sdkfz 251/21 - Drilling

The 251D/ 21 Drilling was introduced in late 1944 in order to utilise 20mm cannon from fighter aircraft in an anti aircraft role . It was issued to Flak units of Panzer Divisions and could also be used in a ground role.The Pithead Drilling gun has its .. Read more here.

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Gv41 vehicle
Sdkfz 251/22

The 251D / 22 Pak 40 was introduced in late 1944 in an effort to provide as many mobile anti tank weapons as possible . These vehicles were issued to Panzerjager battalions and Reconnaissance units of Panzer Divisions.
The Pithead model comes with a.. Read more here.

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Gv21 vehicle
Sdkfz 251/2 Ausf. C - 81 mm Mortar

The 251C / 2 armed with an 81mm mortar was used by support companies attached to Gepanzert Grenadier units within Panzer divisions. These vehicles provided support to armoured infantry attacks.The Pithead model is equipped with a mortar man and loader... Read more here.

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Gv341 vehicle
Sdkfz 251/2 Ausf. D - Mortar

The 251 / 2 armed with an 81mm mortar was used by support companies attached to Gepanzert Grenadier units within Panzer divisions. These vehicles provided support to armoured infantry attacks.
The Pithead model is equipped with a mortar man and load.. Read more here.

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Gv101 vehicle
Sdkfz 251/6 Ausf. D - Command

The 251 / 6 Command version was equipped with Fu19 and Fu12 radio sets mounted inside the hull and was used by battalion commanders of Gepanzert Grenadier units within Panzer divisions.
The Pithead model is equipped with radio sets, an officer, a se.. Read more here.

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Gv71 vehicle
Sdkfz 251/7 Ausf. C - Bridge

The 251C / 7 Pionierpanzerwagen was an adaptation used by armoured engineer units of Panzer Divisions. The vehicle carried two bridging sections for crossing anti tank ditches or small streams.
The Pithead model comes with a full infantry load a mac.. Read more here.

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Gv331 vehicle
Sdkfz 251/7 Ausf.D Bridgelayer

The 251D / 7 Pionierpanzerwagen was an adaptation used by armoured engineer units of Panzer Divisions. The vehicle carried two bridging sections for crossing anti tank ditches or small streams.
The Pithead model comes with a full infantry load a ma.. Read more here.

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Gv31 vehicle
Sdkfz 251/9 Ausf. C 75mm

The 251C / 9 armed with a Stummel 75mm , L/24 howitzer was used by support companies attached to Gepanzert Grenadier units within Panzer divisions. These vehicles provided close support to armoured infantry attacks.

The Pithead model is equipp.. Read more here.

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Gv301 vehicle
Sdkfz 251B SPW


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Gv471 vehicle
Sdkfz 253 Observer H/T


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Gv1931 vehicle
Sdkfz 254 Saurer O/P

The Saurer Sdkfz 254 wheel cum track vehicle was a fascinating Austrian designed armoured  observation vehicle that could be driven on wheels or on tracks. Around 128 of these vehicles were  employed  from late 1940  onwards by armoure.. Read more here.

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Gv691 vehicle
Sdkfz 254 wheel cum track


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Gv1941 vehicle
Sdkfz 263 6 wheeler

Sdkfz 263 6 wheeler was based on a commercial truck chassis, lightly armoured and equipped with a 20mm cannon, its poor cross country performance led to it being phased out early in the Russian campaign.

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Gv931 vehicle
Sdkfz 263 8 wheel radio A/C


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Gv1921 vehicle
Sdkfz 6 Diana SP 76mm


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Gv1711 vehicle
Sdkfz 6 SP 37mm Flak


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Gv1701 vehicle
Sdkfz 7 armoured 37mm Flak


Just released
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Gv1751 vehicle
Sdkfz 7 artillery tractor 8t + crew


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Gv1731 vehicle + crew
Sdkfz 7 Flakvierling AA + crew


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Gv1741 vehicle
Sdkfz 8 SP 88mm Flak 18


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Gv1761 vehicle
Sd.Kkfz 251/9 Ausf. D - Stummel

The 251 / 9 armed with a Stummel 75mm , L/24 howitzer was used by support companies attached to Gepanzert Grenadier units within Panzer divisions. These vehicles provided close support to armoured infantry attacks.
The Pithead model is equipped .. Read more here.

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Gv81 vehicle
Skoda 3000 staffcar


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Gv1321 vehicle
Skoda Ost Tractor

This magnificent vehicle, the Skoda Ost Tractor was a German attempt to produce a towing tractor specifically designed for the Russian front. In practice however it was not very successful as its large wheels set up such heavy vibrations that it could onl.. Read more here.

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Gv961 vehicle
Steyr 250 medium PKW


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Gv1561 vehicle
Steyr light truck


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Gv1301 vehicle
Steyr troop carrier


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Gv1291 vehicle
Stoewer Kfz2 Zwilling AA


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Gv1381 vehicle
Stoewer Kfz4 Radio car


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Gv1391 vehicle
Stoewer light PKW field car


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Gv1151 vehicle
Stug III Ausf A/B

The Stug III A/B was designed as an infantry support weapon and fought during the battle of France, the Balkan campaign and in the initial attacks on the Soviet Union . This vehicle can be recognised by the serrated edging of the gunners sighting glacis o.. Read more here.

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Gv411 vehicle
Stug III Ausf E

The Stug III Ausf E was similar to the earlier A /B models with some minor production related improvements. This vehicle can be recognised by the panniers sited each side of the superstructure.

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Gv421 vehicle
Stug III Ausf F

The Stug III Ausf F mounted a long barrelled 75mm cannon and was fitted with improve armour . This vehicle, introduced in March 1942 to combat the rising numbers of T34 tanks used by the Russian army and was deployed in independent Sturmgeschutz Brigades .. Read more here.

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Gv431 vehicle
Stug III Ausf G

The Stug G was an improved version of the Ausf F in that it mounted a shield to give protection to the machine gunner and was fitted with a cupola for the commander. Another recognition feature of the later models was the Saukopf cast gun mantlet. This ve.. Read more here.

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Gv441 vehicle
Stug IV

The Stug IV was similar to the Stug III G but it was mounted on the panzer IV chassis . The modification entailed fitting an armoured box for the driver on the left hand side of the hull but was essentially the same as the Stug III.

Several of thes.. Read more here.

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Gv461 vehicle
Stuh III 42

The Stuh III 42 was the howitzer version of the assault gun used for infantry support . The vehicle mounted a 105mm howitzer that fired a heavier HE round than the 75mm guns fitted to other Stugs.

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Gv451 vehicle
Swimmwagen x 2


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Gv972 vehicles
Tiger 1 early, Ost Front


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Gv1401 vehicle
Tiger 1 late, Normandy


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Gv1421 vehicle
Tiger II Henshel turret


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Gv1601 vehicle
Tiger II Porsche turret


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Gv1591 vehicle
Trippel 42 amphibious car


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Gv1531 vehicle
Truck mounted AA Gun

The simple expedient of mounting a 20mm Flak 38 anti aircraft gun on the back of a 3 ton truck produced a mobile anti aircraft unit at little cost. Guns like these were initially produced to support Panzer units in mobile battles and later became standard.. Read more here.

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Gv1341 vehicle
Wespe 105 mm SP

Wespe 105mm  SP  introduced in late 1943 equipped the artillery units of armoured formations serving in this role until the end of the war.

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Gv791 vehicle
Wirblewind AA


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Gv1101 vehicle