German Adler Kfz.14 Radio Car

    German Adler Kfz.14 Radio Car

    Plastic model kit of the company BRONCO, for the construction of a German communications vehicle Adler Kfz.14 Radio Car of the Second WW, in 1/35 scale.

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    Plastic kit from BRONCO, for the asembly of a German Adler Kfz.14 Radio Car of WW II, on 1/35 scale. Includes sprues with plastic parts, P.E. parts, assembly instructions and decals.

    Kfz.13 is one of the light armored reconnaissance vehicles produced by Germany after WW I. In 1932, at Hannover’s "Iller Weller" factory, this light armored reconnaissance vehicle was manufactured by installing an armored body designed by Deutsche Edelstahl AG on its ‘standard 6’ chassis. The body armor to protect the occupants is 8mm, which is enough to withstand the attacks of general small arms fire and armor pieces. The "Eller" factory also cancelled the self-defense machine gun on the armored body of the original Kfz.13 and modified it with a new motor to become the Kfz.14 command vehicle. About 147 units were produced. Kfz.14 has a higher speed of up to 70 kilometers per hour and an endurance of about 300 kilometers. The crew is usually the driver and the co-driver. Production of Kfz.13/14 ended in 1934. Since 1938, Kfz.13/14 was replaced by the newer Sdfkz.221/222 armored reconnaissance vehicle; but they were still used in the invasion of Poland and France before 1941. Afterwards, they were officially withdrawn from the war arena.

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