The Sd.Kfz. 171 Panzer V Panther was the German answer to the Russian T-34 on which it was inspired. Considered by many as the best German tank of World War II, it was a medium tank although quite heavy (almost 45 tons), maneuverable and wide-tracked, very well armored, and better armed with a powerful 7.5 cm L/70 KwK 42 gun. The Ausf.G was the third and last version of the Panther. Some units, called Befehlspanzer V, were customized with additional Fu 5 and Fu 8 radio equipment for company, battalion and regimental command vehicles.
1/72 scale model kit of Dragon, 12,35 cm long approx. in hard plastic for assembly, glue not included. Decals included for Fsch.Pz.Div.Hermann Göring (Germany, 1944) and unidentified unit (Germany, 1945). 3D printed parts to reproduce the antenna masts and reinforced gun mantlet, and photoetched parts for the star antenna ends. Not suitable for children under 14 years old.