It was conceived in mid-1943 to make the Triebwagen 51, but by the time design and construction was completed in 1944-45 it was too late to be of any significant use in WWII. It was equipped with an armoured railcar 7.5cm KwK L/48 guns(in Panzer IV/H) which provided strong enough firepower to be used for anti-tank purposes. There were only three of these railcars made (No. 51-53) and all were found at the factory by the Allied forces. It is questionable whether any of these ever went into service.
120+ parts on 7 sprues, hull sections and 4 sections of rail
Paints and glue not included
Not suitable for children under 14 years old