The Schwerer Zugkraftwagen Sd.Kfz. 9, also known as “Famo”, was Germany’s heaviest half-track vehicle that saw widespread use by the Wehrmacht in World War II. Primarily developed for towing heavy guns and recovering vehicles, the Sd.Kfz.9 was used on all fronts during the Second World War until the very end.

With over 2,500 vehicles manufactured, the Schwerer Zugkraftwagen 9 fulfilled various roles on the battlefield such as crane vehicles, as well as armoured anti aircraft vehicles.

Trumpeter Schwerer Zugkraftwagen Sd.Kfz. 9 w/ 8.8 cm Flak features:

  • Newly tooled kit.
  • Highly detailed lower frame.
  • Included engine, transmission, and crane assemblies.
  • Steerable front wheels after assembly.
  • Fully workable tracks after assembly.
  • Highly detailed armoured driver’s cabin with seats, dashboard, and controls.
  • Highly detailed 8.8 cm Flak assembly with metal barrel and copper dampners.
  • Highly detailed cargo bed with 8.8 cm ammo storage.
  • Stabilising arms can be built as deployed or stowed.
  • Rubber wheels with accurately reproduced tread pattern.
  • Length of nylon string to depict tow cable.
  • 1 PE fret.
  • 1 marking option.