IBG Models to Release Two 1/72 Scale WWII-Era Italian AFV Kits
IBG Models, a Polish scale model kit manufacturer, is set to release two 1/72 scale WWII-era Italian AFV kits by mid-October: the Carro Armato M13/40 tank and the Semovente 75/18 self-propelled gun.
The Carro Armato M13/40 was the Italian army’s main battle tank during the early years of World War II. It was a relatively lightly armored tank, but it was fast and agile. The Semovente 75/18 was a self-propelled gun that mounted a 75mm howitzer on a tracked chassis. It was used to provide fire support for infantry and armor units.
Both of the new IBG Models kits are highly anticipated by modelers. They are expected to be accurate and well-detailed, and they will fill a gap in the market for 1/72 scale Italian AFV kits.
Here are some of the things that modelers can look forward to in these new kits:
- Accuracy: IBG Models is known for producing accurate model kits, and these two new kits are expected to be no exception. They are based on extensive research and reference materials.
- Detail: The kits are expected to be very detailed, with features such as finely reproduced rivet and weld details, realistic suspension systems, and detailed interiors.
- Options: The kits are expected to include a variety of options for modelers to choose from, such as different types of weapons and equipment. This will allow modelers to build a unique and personalized version of the vehicle.
Overall, the new IBG Models 1/72 scale WWII-era Italian AFV kits are a great addition to the market. They are well-designed and well-detailed, and they offer a variety of options for modelers to choose from. I’m sure they will be popular with modelers of all skill levels.