Dragon’s newest 1/35 kit portrays a Tauchpanzer III Ausf.F made ready for Operation Seelöwe, with all the features of this diving tank.
Dragon’s newest 1/35 scale StuG.III Smart Kit depicts an Ausf.G variant with a layer of poured concrete armour.
Dragon is working on a new M3 version from the Israel Defense Forces. After the standard M3 halftrack and one featuring Nord Aviation SS.11 wire-guided antitank guided missiles, a third one is now available, this time fitted with a TCM-20 antiaircraft gun.
Among the variants of well-known Sd.Kfz.250 family, one of the rarest was the Sd.Kfz.250/4 Truppenluftschützpanzerwagen. It was armed with Zwillingssockel 36 dual-mount machine guns, and was envisioned as a mobile antiaircraft vehicle.
The Sd.Kfz.251/16 Ausf.C Flammpanzerwagen, as its name suggests, carried flamethrowers.
The newest kit portrays such a flammpanzerwagen with a welded hull.
Dragon announces a new Sd.Kfz.138/1 Geschützwagen 38 H für s.IG.33/1, known as "Grille", which will come also with figures.
Dragon is now offering a 1/35 scale kit of a Panzerjäger IB mit StuK 40 L/48, a tank hunter based on the chassis of the old Panzer I Ausf.B light tank and mounting a 7.5cm StuK 40 gun from a StuG tank destroyer.
See here the new photos of the Japanese Type 4 "Ke-Nu" kit that Dragon has just shared.
Also announced today by Dragon (and that makes three), a completely new tooled Panzer IV Ausf. D at 1/35.
Another half track coming from Dragon, an Sd.Kfz.250/7 leichter Schützenpanzerwagen (schwerer Granatwerfer), which was a mortar carrier. In the rear compartment was an 8cm GrW34 mortar.
It has been some time since Dragon issued a member of the Sd.Kfz.251 halftrack family, but the new one is something special. It’s a 1/35 scale Sd.Kfz.251/1 Ausf.D with 28/32cm Wurfrahmen 40 rocket launchers.
Dragon announces for next year a new StuG III Ausf. F with mostly new parts.
The new kit from Dragon in their Six-Day War series features an M3 boasting Nord Aviation SS.11 wire-guided antitank guided missiles (ATGM), which was done to beef up the offensive capability of IDF halftracks.
Dragon has a brand new Panzer IV Ausf.D tank in 1/72 scale available for modelers wishing to expand their number of variants in this family. And it will be a 100% newly tooled kit.
Dragon has added a new kit to this big cat’s Zimmerit family, a Tiger I Mid-Production
After previously releasing a Magach 1/2 tank, and then a Magach 3 as part of the Six-Day War series, now Dragon has a Magach 3 fitted with explosive reactive armor (ERA).
Dragon has turned its attention to the early part of Wittmann’s career, where he cut his teeth commanding a StuG.III Ausf.A during Operation Barbarossa on the Eastern Front in 1941. At that time he fought with the elite LAH Division.
Dragon announced its Pz.Kpfw.VI (7.5cm) Ausf. B for release on January 2017.
The latest news from Dragon is Tiger I (mid) with a Borgward IV Ausf.A heavy demolition vehicle. The Borgward was remotely controlled from the tank.
On the base of the T28, Dragon will release in December a fictional variant with a 155mm gun.
Dragon is preparing a 1/72 German Panther Ausf. A late model. It comes with several new parts and will be available in November.
There is a new WWII Japanese tank from Dragon, the Type 4 "Ke-Nu".
Finally one of the missing vehicles in plastic has been done at 1/35 by Dragon: the Ammunition carrier Sd.Kfz. 252 and its trailer.
Dragon announces a German SU-76i, which was a Panzer III chassis captured by the Soviets and heavily modified, and then re-captured and modified again by the Germans.
The latest announcement from Dragon is a new Jagdpanzer IV A-0. The first series of these vehicles had a distinct rounded front corners of the superstructure