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1/35 R/C Tank Series no.6
German Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf.J
(w/4ch Control Unit)

Item No: 48206

Length: 200mm. Image shows assembled and finished kit.

The German War-Horse
This is a 1/35 scale radio control assembly kit tank of the final variant of the German WWII main tank Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf.J. The upper hull and gun turret have been reproduced with the same high detail as that of a 1/35 scale Military Miniature assembly scale model kits, which you will have much fun assembling and painting the camouflage on. The lower hull has been designed using a number of R/C parts. By changing the attaching angle of both left and right wheels with the equipped die-cast tension shaft, you are able to adjust the tension of the tracks. Additionally there is only one gearbox controlling both the turret rotation and gun barrel elevation making for simple assembly. Forward and reverse, left and right movement actions as well as turret rotation and gun elevation can all be controlled by a flick of a switch with the included compact and easy to use button type 4ch ACTCOM transmitter. Six changeable FM27MHz frequency crystals have been provided allowing multiple tanks to be operated at the same time.

■The barrel of the 7.5cm KwK 40 L48 gun can be elevated 12 degrees and depressed 5 degrees.

■Turret can complete a full 360 rotation in 25 seconds. When placed under excessive force, the three knobs on the lower part of the gun turret helps prevent damage to the gears in the case it comes off.

■The upper hull has the same high detail as that of any 1/35 Military Miniature Series assembly model tanks. The Schürzen surrounding the turret is also superbly modeled.

■By changing the attaching angle of both left and right wheels with the equipped die-cast tension shaft, you are able adjust the tension of the tracks.

■Tank is powered by 4 alkaline batteries, which can be accessed via a hatch on the underside of the hull.

■The all-in-one gun elevation and rotation gearbox is centrally placed in the hull. When the outer ring rotates and the turret moves and a metal shaft rises in the gearbox elevates the gun barrel.

About the Panzer Ausf.J
Throughout WWII, the Panzerkampfwagen IV including the last version the Ausf.J, had won the confidence and trust of the German troops who called it "the War Horse". When the war started going badly for the Germans in 1944, production began of the Panzer Ausf.J which had a simplified design with better defensive capabilities. The main gun was the 7.5cm KwK 40 L48 taken from the Ausf.H and for defense against approaching enemy infantry soldiers, installed in the turret was a new hatch for throwing grenades, and it continued using the borrowed schurzen from the Ausf.G. Inside the tank, the turret revolution engine was replaced by a manually operated two step operating system, with the extra space an additional fuel tank was built improving its range. The new model Ausf.J fought to the end of the war as the core of the German Tank Units along with the Panther and King Tiger tanks.

●Length: 200mm. ●Width: 81mm. ●Weight: 275g. ●4 motors included.

Separately Required Items
●4x R03/AAA/UM4 alkaline batteries for tank ●1x 006(9V)/6F22 alkaline battery for transmitter

Information is current as of July 11, 2008. Specifications are subject to change without notice.