Developed in the mid 1930’s, the Panzer III (Panzerkampfwagen III – official designation Sd.Kfz. 141), was a medium German tank used extensively during World War II.
It was designed to both engage with other armed vehicles as well as provide infantry support.
During its lifetime, over 5,700 Panzer IIIs were built in several variants. Variants A to D were prototypes or development variants with the first production variant being the Ausf.E.
Armortek’s 1:6 scale Panzer III (Ausf. L) is based on detailed measurements of the tank on display at The Tank Museum in Bovington, UK.
The Armortek 1:6th scale Panzer III (Ausf. L) is sold as a kit for assembly.