ICM Plastic model kit for the construction of 2 German trucks Henschel 33D1 Kfz.72 and Krupp L3H163 Kfz.72 of WW II, in 1/35 scale.
Plastic kit from ICM, for the assembly of two German radio trucks of WW II, in 1/35 scale. Includes sprues with plastic parts, assembly instructions, clear parts and decals.
Germany began to build the modem army after 1933. The biggest part of Wehrmacht motorization was manufacturing three axle 3t trucks. One of them was Krupp L3H63. It was in production lines since 1931. The modification Krupp 13H163 (1936-1938) had 110 hp 6-cyl. petrol engine and pneumatic brakes. All in all there were produced aboul 2000 Krupp 13H63 and 13H163. Krupp L3H163 trucks were widely used by all German arms up to 1942. Some chassis had specal bodies. One of them was Kfz 72 van body. These machines were used as transmiters and receivers in lhe powerfull A/B mobile radio stalions. Henschel 33 was in production lines since 1934 to 1942. The modification D1 had 6-cyl. petrol engine. Highly detailed chassis, engine and interior.