The Jagdpanzer 38 was one of the most common late-war German tank destroyers. It was available in relatively large numbers and was generally mechanically reliable. Like some other late-war German SPGs, the Jagdpanzer 38 mounted a remote-control machine gun mount, which could be fired from within the vehicle. This proved popular with crews, though to reload the gun a crewmember needed to expose himself to enemy.
Hetzer from 743 Tank Destroyer Battalion was won over by Warsaw insurgents on August 2, 1944. It was given its own name "Chwat" and Polish markings were applied.
This limited edition edition refers to this vehicle and the famous photo on the barricade at Szpitalna Street. Additional blocks with printed Polish symbols, a characteristic spool, a fragment of buildings with the street name, elements of the surroundings and limited figures, a black engraved, numbered plaque with the model name and a paper certificate are additional elements prepared for this edition.
Limited edition figures of a Warsaw insurgent, a nurse, a German officer and a rifleman will perfectly complement your collection.
Build history with 672 pieces, block by block.
- 672 high quality pieces,
- manufactured in the EU by a company with over 20 years of tradition,
- meet safety standards for children's products,
- fully compatible with other brands of building bricks,
- printed bricks do not deform or fade during play or under the influence of temperature,
- armoured gun model,
- 5 figures with accessories,
- numbered plaque with the name of the vehicle,
- paper certificate of authenticity.
Model dimensions (L x H): 20.5 cm (8") x 9 cm (3.5").