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Total Bricks: 644 (including the tracklinks)

 

The Sturm-Infanteriegeschütz 33B was a German self-propelled heavy assault gun used during World War II. A new, fully enclosed, and heavily armored boxy casemate superstructure was built on the chassis of the Sturmgeschütz III. It mounted the improved sIG 33/1 infantry gun, offset to the right side, for which 30 rounds were carried. The first dozen were delivered by the end of October 1942 and assigned to Sturmgeschütz-Abteilungen (Assault Gun Battalions) 177 and 244, then fighting in Stalingrad.

 

Note: This purchase is for the building instructions and partslist in pdf and xml only.

 

Scale: about 1/35

Sturm-infanteriegeschutz 33B Instructions

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