Tamiya Military Model 1/35 German 3ton 4x2 Cargo Truck 35291

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 21,2013
  • Channel: Online Auction

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Tamiya Military Model 1/35 German 3ton 4x2 Cargo Truck 35291
About the 3Ton 4x2 Cargo Truck The German army in WWII used a wide variety of wheeled vehicles as part of their overall strategy of fast mechanized warfare. Among the most widely used was the 3Ton 4x2 Cargo Truck, a truck design that was first produced in the 1930s. Featuring a dependable 6-cylinder gasoline engine,the 3Ton 4x2 Cargo Truck could take on a very large payload disproportionate to its size. They proved to be not only extremely reliable, but also very versatile, and were employed in a wide variety of roles, including fuel truck, ambulance, radio truck, as well as general-purpose cargo truck.

About the Model
High-quality 1/35 scale assembly model kit of the 3Ton 4x2 Cargo Truck.
This kit is an all-new molding, and is much more accurate than kits current on the market.
The actual trucks chassis had a forward slant (designed to balance the cargos weight), and this unique feature has been accurately reproduced.
Suspension features a reasonable number of parts for easy assembly without sacrificing detail.- Driver and navigator figures included.
Accessory set of fuel drums and jerry cans also included for a full cargo load.
Comes with 4 types of markings, including both German army and Luftwaffe units.
To aid with painting, window masks will be included for the first time in a military model.
The actual truck served from the 1930s to the end of the war on all battle fronts, so this model can be displayed together with a wide range of other Tamiya 1/35 scale vehicles and figures such as Sturmgeschutz III Ausf. B and King Tiger.

Because this product is incomplete model, buyers can enjoy the processes of assembling the model and figure painting. The photo is for reference only.

Package Included 100% Brand New and Full Packing
1 x Tamiya Military Model 1/35 German 3ton 4x2 Cargo Truck 35291
Shipping Terms - Items will be sent to all the countries over the world.
- The shipping costs to all countries are the same.
- This package will be sent by Hongkong Airmail Post
- Items will be checked carefully before sent out.
- We will use air bubbles to wrap the items carefully
Notice: We may upgrade the packages to registered mail or first class airmail
(priority airmail) according to the value, quantity and size of the packages
Combine Shipping - Welcome to buy products from our company.
- We will combine the shipping cost for you when you purchase more than one item.
- We will offer you 10% off shipping discount for the total shipping cost of all items that
-send in one package.
- *For shipping the items in same packet only*
Shipping Time - 1 to 5 business days for order processing after received the payment.
- The shipping time is about 1 to 5 weeks by Airmail of Hongkong Post to Worldwide
- The shipping time depends on the duration of the custom checking and your local post office process
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Warranty & Return Policies - 30 days warranty from the purchased date. Please contact us via email before returning the defective item.
- For ensuring all the items are in good quality, we will test all products before the packages were sent out .
- Return items should include the original packaging and all accessories.
- Only defective product will be offered exchange.
- We will pay for the shipping cost of resending items, while buyers are responsible for the postal cost of
-- returning the items.
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