This cannon was later replaced with the German 7.5cm Pak40 gun for the Ausf.H and final variant, the Marder III M. The Marder III M was put into production in May 1943 and unlike earlier variants, the M's cabin was moved to the rear and the engine brought forward to the mid section. A total of 942 M's were produced until the introduction of the thoroughbred tank destroyer Hetzer which assumed much of the Marder's role.
About the Model
*1/48 scale plastic assembly model kit of the German Tank Destroyer Marder ‡V M. Length: 110mm.
*The low-silhouette, sharp form of the tank, including the cabin transferred to the rear, has been realistically reproduced.
*Cabin features details such as shell rack and main gun shell loading section.
*Internal weight provides the model with greater presence.
*Assembly type tracks represent realistic sag effect.
*1 tank crew figure and 3 types of markings included.