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The Collectors Showcase Wespe Self-Propelled Guns Series

The Collectors Showcase Wespe Self-Propelled Guns Series

Based in Austin, Texas, The Collectors Showcase is attempting to bridge the gap between traditional toy soldiers and pre-assembled models. For instance, although the base of their Panzerkampfwagen I tank is made of polystone, its turret is constructed of metal, as is the tracks and machine guns. The figure can be removed from the vehicle, and much of the remaining accessories are also made of metal. These items are produced in very limited numbers, sometimes numbering no more than a few hundred pieces.

#CS00410 - German Sd. Kfz. 124 Wespe 105mm Tank Destroyer - Summer Camouflage (1:30 Scale)

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German Sd. Kfz. 124 Wespe 105mm Tank Destroyer - Summer Camouflage
German Sd. Kfz. 124 Wespe 105mm Tank Destroyer - Summer Camouflage (1:30 Scale)
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The Wespe was designed by Alkett early in 1942, and was chosen as the most practical self-propelled mount for the leFH18 cannon, using the PzKpfw II chassis instead of the PzKpfw III or PzKpfw IV. As an interim measure, the Wespe proved a great success and in February 1943, all further PzKpfw II chassis were ordered to be used for its production.
German Sd. Kfz. 124 Wespe 105mm Tank Destroyer -Winter Camouflage
German Sd. Kfz. 124 Wespe 105mm Tank Destroyer - Winter Camouflage (1:30 Scale)
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List Price: $164.99
Our Price: $154.99
You save $10.00!
You'll earn: 155 points
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The Wespe was designed by Alkett early in 1942, and was chosen as the most practical self-propelled mount for the leFH18 cannon, using the PzKpfw II chassis instead of the PzKpfw III or PzKpfw IV. As an interim measure, the Wespe proved a great success and in February 1943, all further PzKpfw II chassis were ordered to be used for its production.
   
 
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