The German Panzer IV was the most widely produced German tank of the war with nearly 9000 of its various designs being produced. It was the only German tank to be produced for the entire war. The Pz.IV Ausf.H, Sd. Kfz. 161/2, was developed in 1943, and was one of the last variants of the Pz.IV. The model is incredibly detailed and comes complete with separate Schürzen which can be added to the tank, left off or easily modified as the one featured in our photograph has been. The tank also comes with a large range of stowage and fuel cans as well as spare track pieces and a commander.
The tank featured has been painted by Neil at "Troop of Shewe", the basic kit has been added to with a few custom pieces of stowage and a Bolt Action crewman. For a better look at the incredible tanks and vehicles that Neil has produced have a look at his website, link below.