The No. 3 assault gun is a self-propelled assault gun used by the German army during World War II. It has a simpler structure than the general steering turret tank, so Germany has produced a large number of No. 3 assault guns to support front-line troops. In 1936, Germany proposed the development of an infantry fire support armored vehicle equipped with a 75mm or larger caliber gun. This self-propelled assault gun was converted from the ready-made No. 3 tank chassis. It was finalized through experiments in 1940. Due to the differences in details, it was divided into several models of A, B, C, D, E, F, and G. The AE models are equipped with a 75mmStuK L/24 short-barreled artillery. The F and G models are replaced with more powerful long-barreled artillery.
Model size Length: 75.7 mm Width: 41.1 mm Height: 27.6 mm
Total number of parts 82
5pcs sprues, lower hull, two rubber strip track
Water Decal Painting