The Sturmgeschütz III (StuG III) assault gun was one Germany’s most-produced, fully tracked armored fighting vehicle during World War II. Built on a slightly modified Panzer III chassis replacing the turret with an armored, fixed superstructure mounting a more powerful gun, the StuG III was mainly intended to serve as a direct fire, mobile assault gun supporting  infantry.

The vehicle’s highly successful deployment, on all fronts, paved way for additional variants as well as serving as a tank destroyer. The StuH 42, also referred to as the StuG III Ausf.F, was an upgunned version armred with a 10.5 cm howitzer, designed to provide direct fire support to infantry

Ryefield Model 1/35 StuH 42 & StuG III Ausf.G Late Production, item no: RM-5086, features:

  • Highly detailed parts featuring crisp wed lines, bolts, and antislip texture on the fenders.
  • Slide molded single piece fighting compartment.
  • Single piece, slide molded main gun barrel.
  • 3 types of muzzle brakes for either StuG Late or StuH 42.
  • 2 types of main gun breach for either StuG or StuH 42.
  • 2 types of commander’s cupola.
  • 2 types of main gun mantlet.
  • Workable suspension system.
  • Workable tracks with pins assembly.
  • Partial fighting compartment interior, featuring complete gun breach assembly.
  • 7 marking options.
  • 1 PE fret.
  • PE Schürzen side skirts, and rear stowage frame.
  • Nylon thread for depicting tow cable.