German Pz.Kpfw III Ausf. Tank

This is a plastic model kit of the 1/35 Scale WWII German Panzerkampfwagen III Ausf.L All-Purpose Tank from Tamiya.

Tamiya German Pz.Kpfw III Ausf. Tank Plastic Model Military Vehicle Kit 1/35 Scale #35215
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Specifications :
  • Scale: 1/35
  • Length: 6" (15.3cm)
  • Width: 3-1/4" (8.4cm)
  • Tamiya Product Number: 35215
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"Great model"
anthonydias (Mumbai, India)
Great model for Beginner and intermediate moddelers.

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  • Detailed assembly and painting instructions included.
  • Highly detailed 1/35th scale plastic kit for static display.
  • Over 230 parts in tan plastic with rubber tracks.
  • 1 tank commander crew figure.
  • Separate suspension arms for road wheels.
  • External details: towing cables, tools, headlights, spare track links and wheels, and a muffler.
  • Optional position hatches.
  • Optional front armour plate panels.


  • Scale: 1/35
  • Length: 6" (15.3cm)
  • Width: 3-1/4" (8.4cm)
  • Tamiya Product Number: 35215


One 1/35 WWII German Panzerkampfwagen III Ausf.L All-Purpose Tank

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"Panzer Kpfw lll Ausf. L" (Honolulu)
Very fun kit to build. Finished for Tank 133 of sPzAbt 502 1st Company, in Russia winter of 1943. Heavy winter wash has begun to fade and chip, these units provided cover for the Tigers from anti tank guns and troops. A survivor of heavy engagements. Overall very good fit, zero flash, and fun.

"Good kit at a decent price"
LawDawg (Oklahoma)
This is a decent kit of a Panzer III, Ausf L, at a decent price. Many tank models today go from the mid 40's to the low 80's. If you are just starting out, this kit gives you the opportunity to build a kit that doesn't cost a fortune. Additionally, if you are trying to learn how to weather, etc., a vehicle/tank, this one won't cost you a lot to practice on. One thing about the kit is the instructions are a little vague about assembling the gun. Take your time, read through the instructions and look at how the gun is supposed to be mounted once completed as this will give you an idea how to build out the gun. This for me will be a part of a much larger diorama and one of these models will be used as a destroyed tank. On a side note, if you are looking for something to use as a basic platform for a small diorama you could use 2 sheets of Plastruct #91106 painted with Tamiya Red Brown and then dusted with Dark Green and Dark Yellow, all of which can be found here at Hobbylinc. I used to use a wooden folding tray to display my builds and take photos to share, but the Plastruct as painted above is head and tails above that. As far as the model, I didn't use the figure, as it looks as if it is on parade instead of going into battle. There are aftermarket tracks on the tank I built and highly recommend those as it makes a significant impact on how the tank looks. They are a pain to build, but once together they are worth it. I have another one of these that I am going to build out in the camouflage scheme and will probably get another to use as a destroyed tank. I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a Panzer III with a little detail and at a reasonable price.

"Great kit"
This is a great kit from Tamiya. The details are nice and crisp. As with any Tamiya kit I have built, there is very little flash, always a great fit and the instructions are very easy to follow. I was a little disappointed by the rubber band tracks as I feel you get better detail out of molded plastic ones, but they are the kind that can be glued together with plastic cement. I'd recommend this kit to anyone, as the only thing I saw wrong with the kit were personal preferences.


  • Markings provided for 3 vehicles
  • 1: #133, sPzAbt 502 1st Co., Russia 1942- Dk Green stripes over Dk
  • Yellow.
  • 2: #1, 10th Panzer Div., Tunisia 1943 - Dk Yellow overall.
  • 3: #200, 18th Panzer Div., Russia 1942 - Dk Yellow overall.
  • Additional paints Required
  • Flat: Black, White, Flesh, Dk Grey, Khaki, Metallic Grey, Dk Green,
  • Red Brown, Field Grey.
  • Gloss: Gun Metal, Semi-gloss Black.

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