This is an injection-plastic military vehicle model kit.
Tank I was the first German tank to be mass-produced after the First World War.
It was developed as a lightweight, simple tank for training and production technology acquisition, but because the number of the original battle tanks, Tanks III/IV, was not available, it was deployed in actual combat together with Tank II, such as in the invasion of Poland immediately after the outbreak of the Second World War.
The Type I tank B replaced the Krupp air-cooled engine installed in the Type A with a Maybach water-cooled engine and a modified transmission.
The engine room was extended by 40 cm and the number of rolling wheels was increased from four to five.
The position of the rear induction wheels, which had been grounded, was also moved upwards.
- Main hatches can be opened or closed.
- Suspension and rolling wheels are movable.
- Clear and etched parts included.
- Four types of markings included.
- Crawler tracks are articulated.