This is an injection-plastic military vehicle model kit.
This kit is an entirely new mold! This armored car was developed by the Belgian car manufacturer Minerva in 1914, and was the first armored car to be deployed in World War I. The prototype vehicle was made from two Minerva passenger cars owned by a Belgian Army lieutenant named Charles Hengkart, who brought them in and requested they be converted to an armored vehicle. The Belgian Army gave its approval to the design, and it entered mass production; about 30 of them were made before Belgium was occupied by Germany.
This Copper State Models' kit comes with interior parts and markings for five versions from Cartograf. It also includes parts for a German machine gun to recreate one captured by Germany. Order yours today!
- [Size]: Approximately 14cm long when completed
- [Includes]: Decals for 5 versions