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Russian 734/76 1943 Tank

This is the 1/35 Scale Russian 734/76 1943 Tank Plastic Model Kit from Tamiya. Suitable for Age 14 & Older.

Tamiya Russian 734/76 1943 Tank Plastic Model Military Vehicle Kit 1/35 Scale #35059
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Specifications :
  • Length: 7" (17.9cm) (body of tank without gun)
  • Width: 3-1/2" (8.7cm)
  • Scale: 1/35
  • Tamiya Product Number: 35059
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"An enjoyable build that looks great when completed. A simple build with great detail and the infantry figures that really are a great bonus."
BlucherFamily (Overland Park, KS)
An enjoyable build that looks great when completed. A simple build with great detail and the infantry figures that really are a great bonus.

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Features

  • Includes three figures - a commander, a loader, and a driver.
  • Kit may be assembled in early or late model versions.
  • Kit contains two types of road wheels which can be changed when fixing accessory parts.
  • Two types of turret top plates, according to selected model version.
  • Accessories to tank include a shovel, a storage box, wire, logs, a horn, a tool case, and a blanket.
  • Pliable plastic tracks for sturdy movement on frozen, slippery ground.

Specs

  • Length: 7" (17.9cm) (body of tank without gun)
  • Width: 3-1/2" (8.7cm)
  • Scale: 1/35
  • Tamiya Product Number: 35059

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1/35 Russian 734/76 '43 Tank


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"This tamiya kit is one that I enjoyed building and painting"
ArcticFox (Kingston On Canada)
This tamiya kit is one that I enjoyed building and painting. It comes with 2 options to make it early or late production which is good for diorama builders who want it at a certain time period or just want a variety. This kit also come with accessories which you could use to make your tank look more authentic. I would recommend this kit to anyone.

 
"Fun build with nice details and options"
rockykeele (Tucson, AZ)
The Tamiya Russian T34/76 '43 Tank is a nice kit. The model allows the choice of several options, including two slightly different turret tops (including different commander's cupola), the choice between all metal running wheels or a mix between metal and rubber lined running wheels, and between extra gas tanks or storage compartments at the rear of the tank. The kit includes extra tread sections, cables, two logs, and the normal shovel, pick, etc. The commander can be assembled with or without a flare gun. A driver and loader also come with the kit (all figures are half or three quarters bodies - no legs on any). Treads are the typical one piece rubber type that Tamiya regularly includes, but with good detail on both sides. My kit only contained instruction in Japanese, so it was a bit of a struggle to paint it accurately, but as with all Tamiya kits, the box art is excellent, so I was able to improvise. Overall, a very nice kit that turned out to be one of my favorite tank models.

 
"Fun and solid kit"
Chris (Montana)
Bought on a whim and glad I did. Plan to do a dio w it as a captured tank being repainted, found some cool pic's in some old Squadron books and the German's weren't shy about using captured equipment. Opted to use the additional front armor plating so dremeled down two mounting points to get it to fit. Did some thinning on fenders and gave them a beat up appearance also. Went together like a dream, chose the late copula and round drum fuel tanks, nice little details, no gaps. I did discover there is a pattern the Russians followed when mixing road wheels, quick research will clarify (sorry not at home so cant detail here). Havn't fitted tracks yet as getting ready to prime it but test fitting shows they will be snug, might try some hot water to see if I can cheat and stretch them to add some minor sag when installed. Plenty of extra tracks and detail items for future projects.

Comments

  • NOTE: Please keep all small parts and sharp edges away from children ages 3 and under.
  • Care should be taken when using various tools and modeling knife.

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