TAMIYA VOLKSWAGON TYPE 82E

Brand: Tamiya

Part Number: HC-32531

£10.19 Web Price RRP £11.99

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One of the many vehicles employed by the German army in WWII was the Volkswagen Type82E. This automobile combined a sedan body with a Kubelwagen chassis for excellent runningperformance on rough terrain. Model can be combined with other MM series vehicles or 1/48scale aircraft, such as one of Tamiya s Focke-Wulf, Messerschmitt or Dornier type planes, forimpressive military dioramas.

About the Volkswagen Type 82E Staff Car Entering production just prior to the start of WWII in 1938, more than 20 million models of theVolkswagen Beetle had been built by 2003. Known during the war as the Kdf wagen, the VWcame in 3 types: Type 60 civilian sedan, military Type 82E, which featured the Kubelwagenchassis and a sedan body, and military 4WD vehicle Type 87. As many as 546 models of theType 82E were built between 1941 and 1946. Featuring road clearance 75mm higher than thecivilian model, the Type 82E offered improved driving performance. The Volkswagen Type 82Ewas used as a staff car by many German military and government officials.

Specs & Features

  • Detailed 1/48 assembly model kit of the Volkswagen Type 82E.
  • Overall length 80mm.
  • Accurately depicts the distinctively rounded and curved body of the VW Beetle.
  • Model features few parts, allowing easy assembly.
  • Realistic suspension, chassis undersurface and off-road tires.
  • One driver figure included.
  • Choice of 3 sets of markings to depict German military car.

  • Brand: Tamiya
  • Part No: HC-32531
  • Scale: 1/48

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