1/72 1/87 1/144 1/100 1/56 1/48 1/200 1/35 SD.KFZ 9 flak 36 Famo 18ton
1/72 1/87 1/144 1/100 1/56 1/48 1/200 1/35 SD.KFZ 9 flak 36 Famo 18ton
1/72 1/87 1/144 1/100 1/56 1/48 1/200 1/35 SD.KFZ 9 flak 36 Famo 18ton
1/72 1/87 1/144 1/100 1/56 1/48 1/200 1/35 SD.KFZ 9 flak 36 Famo 18ton
1/72 1/87 1/144 1/100 1/56 1/48 1/200 1/35 SD.KFZ 9 flak 36 Famo 18ton
1/72 1/87 1/144 1/100 1/56 1/48 1/200 1/35 SD.KFZ 9 flak 36 Famo 18ton

1/72 1/87 1/144 1/100 1/56 1/48 1/200 1/35 SD.KFZ 9 flak 36 Famo 18ton

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This is a 3d Printed Tank expect some leftover support plastic it is minimal at best.
 
What you will receive: 
 
2 Truck as depicted in the picture above for scales 1/200-1/100
1 Truck for scales 1/87-1/72
1 Truck for scales 1/56-1/35.
88 will raize and lower in 1/87 and above scales.
Units are gaming quality and are durable.
Colors may vary from display picture.
Turrets are removable and turn.
3D Printed tanks can be painted.
1939 first field prototype.
In 1940, fifteen examples of Sd.Kfz.9 were adapted to be mounted with the 8.8 cm FlaK 18 guns. These were officially known as 8.8 cm Flak 18 (Sfl.) auf Zugkraftwagen 18t. Its primary purpose was to serve in an anti-tank role, with the half-track needed to provide much-needed mobility to the gun. Aside from these 15 units produced, not much is known of its combat performance on the battlefield, but its existence inspired some American tank destroyer designs in 1943 to mount an anti-aircraft gun on a mobile vehicle, but these proved unsuccessful.