89778-Tanks-1/48 Italian armored reconnaissance vehicle AB41
[Italian armored reconnaissance vehicle with excellent mobility] The wheeled armored vehicle AB40 developed by Fiat Ansaldo of Italy in the early part of World War II. The AB41 was started in 1941 as an improved version. Equipped with a 20mm machine gun Breda M35 as the main gun. It was equipped with high mobility such as 4-wheel drive, 4-wheel steering, 4-wheel independent suspension, and large diameter tires, and there were driver's seats on the front and back of the car body. The AB41 deployed to the cavalry unit demonstrated its ability mainly in reconnaissance missions on the North African front. After the surrender of Italy, it was requisitioned by the German army focusing on its high performance and used on the Italian front.
[Model outline] 1/48 scale of AB41, plastic model assembly kit. ● Overall length 110 mm, rivet joint type rugged appearance with a flat structure is reproduced with a rugged parts composition like Italeri. ● 20 mm machine gun engine The parts and the suspension of the four-wheel steering are also finished with a three-dimensional effect. ● The die-cast chassis frame creates a feeling of weight. ● The large-diameter tire for desert called rivet tire is made of realistic rubber. A set of 2 types, a car belonging to the Italian army in Italy, and a car belonging to the German army.