German SdKfz 11 3-Ton Halftrack

This is the 1/35 German SdKfz 11 3-Ton Halftrack Plastic Model Military Vehicle Kit from AFV.

AFVClub German SdKfz 11 3-Ton Halftrack Plastic Model Halftrack Kit 1/35 Scale #35040
 AFV Club # afv35040
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AFV Club Item # afv35040
Features :
  • Molded in light tan
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Spotlight Review

"Easy now, gently, careful..."
I really like this kit. Very satisfying when completed. Challenging because of some delicate parts. Can't fault the manufacturer in this case, as far as I can see. It takes some planning and very careful handling to not break off already-affixed parts at the front of the vehicle. I broke off and repaired some of those I typically seem to do. The wheels can be a bit tedious. Besides the painting of the rubber rims, getting them all to fit just right takes some careful workmanship. I'm a fan of AFV Club and look forward to doing more, maybe even this one again. Not recommended for beginners. Half track kits can lack flow in general - just kinda weird machines.

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  • Molded in light tan


  • AFVClub Product Number: 35040


  • 207 parts
  • 2 clear parts for the windshield
  • 5 etched metal parts
  • 2 lengths of track
  • Decal sheet

Requirements & Suggestions

  • Paint and glue is required
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"Two to tow the 88mm FLAK Gun"
johncpo41 (www.hobbiesinabarn)
I like the model so well I bought a second one, yet to be built as the first. After extensive research I found that the vehicle could in fact be used to tow the 88mm FLAK gun and transport the crew. The kit was very easy to put together and had lots of detailing to offer. I think it should be an intermediate level kit as the parts are very intricate and some delicate. My highly modified my version is with the seats arranged to show the vehicle as a transport and crew oriented vehicle. My second model will reflect the conversion as well. The idea comes from the fact that the Germans had to use whatever means to tow artillery toward the end of World War Two.

"fast build"
not a ton of parts but looks great painted up only bad thing id say is the decals there very thing and hard to work with

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