Dragon announces a new 1/35 scale plastic kit of the Flakpanzer IV Kügelblitz. Indeed, it bears absolutely no relation to the old kit. Instead, it makes judicious use of new components from Dragon’s revamped Panzer IV range.
Hot on the heels of Kübelwagen Radio Car, here comes another unique variation of the same vehicle: the Kübelwagen Workshop.
Dragon is now offering a 1/35 scale plastic model kit of a Panther Ausf.G with an interesting set of add-on antiaircraft armor.
Dragon has announced a new kit that combines its previously released Bergepanzer Tiger I with a Borgward IV.
Dragon has announced an interesting M67 flamethrower used by the US military. Nicknamed the “Zippo”, it was originally based on an M48A1 tank hull, with the usual 90mm gun replaced with an M6 flame gun.
Continuing the trend of Kubelwagen launched last year by Dragon, they are planning the re-release of the Kübelwagen Radio Car in 1/35 scale with some improvements.
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.