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.
|37 x 13 x 14 cm
|Building Time ca.:
An almost hollow hull is built for the extensive interior fittings. This already contains the device for motorizing the turret. The driver’s seat and the complex engine can be removed and replaced with engines without any problems. There are step by step instructions in the video. Assembly is quite quick as everything is very stable, which is also due to the excellent quality of the bricks. The tracks can hardly be put on with the specified number and are much too tight. But one more element ensures that everything runs smoothly.
Aside from the ugly, oversized mud flaps in the front, the hull looks quite presentable after being completely tiled. The turret, on the other hand, is a rather shaky affair. Here you can also find the only prints on the model. Everything else is solved via stickers. The side panel is attached using pins and is therefore easy to move.
The model doesn’t look bad, but it probably won’t end up on most people’s shelves. It’s probably more likely to be given to children who can play with it. Thanks to good quality and stability, this is no problem.