The "Dicker Max" tank destroyer mounted a 105mm gun and was based on the tried-and-true Panzer IV chassis and running gear. It superficially resembled the larger "Sturer Emil" tank destroyer, which mounted a 128mm gun. Two Dicker Max prototypes were built and sent to the Eastern Front for combat evaluation, where one was destroyed and the other eventually withdrawn from service.
Trumpeter's "Dicker Max" kit features 204 parts, including indy-link or flexible belt-style tracks, detailed suspension parts, photo-etched metal detail parts, and a detailed fighting compartment. Includes two types of muzzle brakes, and realistically replicated weld seams.