The Hummel, 15 cm Sd.Kfz.165,  was a German self-propelled gun used by the Wehrmacht during World War II. Based on a modified Panzer IV chassis, the Hummel was armed with the 15 cm sFH 18/1 L/30 howitzer. First participating in large scale combat at the Battle of Kursk, the Hummel saw action until the end of the war on various fronts.

Border Model 15 cm Sd.Kfz.165 Hummel Late Production features:

  • Highly detailed kit featuring weld lines and bolts on the upper hull.
  • Complete rear fighting compartment with 88mm gun, ammo stowage boxes, and equipment.
  • Highly detailed 150 mm main gun breech assembly and cradle.
  • Late production style stowage box on right fender.
  • Highly detailed link & length tracks.
  • Fine inscriptions on the wheel’s rubber rims.
  • 2 types for the sprocket wheels.
  • Clear parts for headlights and periscopes.
  • Aluminium main gun barrel.
  • 2 PE frets.
  • 3 marking options.