The potent Su-76M self-propelled gun was armed with a 76.2mm gun and featured good cross-country mobility, making it a valuable weapon against the German army during WWII. Production of the Su-76M began in 1943, and the type participated in the massive tank battle at Kursk. Production continued until 1946; 13,732 were built, second only to the T-34 in total numbers.
Miniart's Su-76M showcases the Ukrainian company's expertise in detail and molding, with all parts sharply molded in gray styrene. The tracks are indy links, lights and periscopes are rendered in clear plastic, and the fighting compartment features fine detail throughout. Includes five crew figures and decals for five vehicles.