T34E and T34-76 Factory 112

    T34E and T34-76 Factory 112

    Plastic model kit of the company BORDER MODEL, for the construction of Soviet tank T34E and T34-76 Factory 112 of the Second WW, in 1/35 scale.

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    Plastic kit from BORDER MODEL, for the assembly of a German tank of the Second WW, on 1/35 scale. Includes sprues with plastic parts, metal parts, assembly instructions, P.E. parts and decals.

    Model 1943 or T-34/76D, E, and F was the production model that was built from May 1942 to 1944, with a cast or pressed hexagonal turret. It was nicknamed "Mickey Mouse" by the Germans because of its appearance with the twin round turret roof hatches open. Official Soviet military designation was Model 1942. Turrets manufactured in different factories had minor variations, sometimes called "hard-edge", "soft-edge", and "laminate" turrets, but in military service these details did not warrant different designations. Later production variants had a new commander's cupola. This variant was referred to as T-34/76E by the Germans.-----Many different factories manufactured T-34s, with components built by subcontractors. Also, not every factory implemented all model changes at the same time. For example, factory No. 112 continued building narrow-turret 76 mm armed models long after all other plants had switched to hexagonal-turreted tanks.

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