This is an injection-plastic military vehicle model kit.
The Bergepanzer 2 is a tank recovery vehicle based on the Leopard 1 developed by West Germany as a successor to the Bergepanzer 1 (M88A1).
Development started in 1963 and a prototype was completed in 1965. After being tested, the Bergepanzer 2 "Standard" was handed over to the West German Army in 1966.
The right side of the Bergepanzer 2 is equipped with a 270 degree rotatable crane that can lift a heavy load of 20 tons, and the dozer plow on the front can also be used as an anchor in addition to ground removal. A total of 444 units were deployed by the West Germans
- Most hatches can be built opened or closed
- Workable tracks
- The crane is movable
- Includes clear parts
- Includes etching parts
- 6 types of marking included
- (Figure is not included)
[Actual Vehicle Specifications]:
- Total length: 7.68m
- Total width: 3.27m
- Total height: 2.69m
- Weight: 40t
- Speed: 62km / h
- Armament: 7.62 MG3 machine gun x 2
- Engine: MTU MB 838 CaM-500 V 10-cylinder diesel (610 kW (830 PS))
- Crew: 4