Some people like to look at their model on the shelf and others like to let it drive. With this new T-34 from Panlos, both are possible. The entire interior can be replaced with optional engines.
After the successful tank transporter and the Patriot system, this JLTV is the third in the group. However, it is not entirely convincing compared to the others.
The new set from Panlos is not only large but also very stable. Both the tractor and the tank on the trailer are detailed and offer a complete interior.
Panlos has outdone itself again and brought a great set onto the market. To date, there is no other manufacturer that has built a Patriot anti-aircraft system.
With this set, Panlos has not launched a well-known vehicle, aircraft or ship, but a very special gun that can be found on warships.
This extraordinarily detailed set is the largest I have built to date. Despite its size, it is surprisingly stable and affordable.
Panlos has also launched the matching Jagdtiger for the King Tiger. This looks similar on the outside, of course, but is built differently and is much more stable.
Long after the successful Maus, Panlos also brings out a king tiger with plenty of interior design. However, you have to live with a compromise between the level of detail and stability.
Panlos is now also daring to make ship models, which until now have only been known from COBI. However, they are consistently smaller and contain useless game features at the expense of stability.
Panlos has released a new series of warships and the aircraft carrier Nimitz is one of those novelties. Despite the small scale, there was room for numerous details.
Panlos has outdone themselves again and released a prototype of the T28/T95 in great detail. The model is a real monster that offers a lot of building fun.
Of course, the connoisseur immediately draws parallels to the Gepard anti-aircraft tank with this model. It is available in 2 different camouflage patterns and is very stable despite numerous details.