Airfix German Light Tank Pz.Kpfw.35(T) 1:35 WWII Military Tank Armor Plastic Model Kit A1362

(5 customer reviews)


Last updated on February 19, 2024 11:44 am Details


  • Classic 1: 35 Armor model scaled tank. Includes some interior details, and includes link and length tracks.
  • Skill level: 2. Dimensions of completed kit: length 140mm x width 59mm. A great plastic model kit for the beginner or intermediate modeler.
  • Primary scheme: pk, Kpfw. 35(T) Panzer regiment 11, 1. Leichte-division, Poland 1939. Scheme 2: Skoda lt vz 35 Slovak proper vosby, 1st tank Battalion 1941.
  • Painting and assembly required. Paints and glue need to be purchased separately.
  • Humbrol paints needed to complete the plane liveries are listed on the outside of the box.

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Additional information

Product Dimensions

14 x 9 x 3 inches

Item Weight

14.2 ounces

Country of Origin


Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Release date

July 31, 2019



5 reviews for Airfix German Light Tank Pz.Kpfw.35(T) 1:35 WWII Military Tank Armor Plastic Model Kit A1362

  1. kevin johnson

    Nice detailed model apart from the tracks you have to make individually

  2. Mark Chisholm

    Being British and of a certain age I have a natural desire to see Airfix do well. They were an integral part of any child of the 60’s and 70’s. We all know of their travailles in recent times and it appears that in many ways they are getting back on track.

    Now, Airfix were never at the high end of the market and some of their kits were a little ‘basic’ but in recent times they have done a superb job with some of their new moulds for their aircraft.

    They have also seen that AFV modelling has become much more popular – probably in line with some of the superb videos on YouTube – and wanted a slice of the pie. And they have done this by buying or using other manufacturers output notably Academy.

    Not sure who makes this rebox but compared to my last Airfix tank, the Tiger 1 at least the instructions are clear(ish). If you are expecting the quality of that is in the new aircraft mouldings then forget it. Useable but very average.

    Which, this model is. There are some good points which, is the crisp mouldings and mostly good fit.

    However, where I feel this model is not up to what one would hope for is the track system. It is the dreaded – in my eyes – sectional track that means you have to assemble it all in one go before painting. This to me makes it nearly impossible to do the best job because in order to do so I find painting the track seperately works best.

    On some sectional track models it is possible to do this but the overall delicacy of the parts here makes that somewhat unlikely.

    Overall, this is a reasonable, if lower end rebox that’s thankfully relatively cheap. It’s maybe a good kit to practice on but for me, I think in future I’ll go with RFM or MENG for the better quality AFV kits.

  3. Prehistoric_Sounds

    Hatte mir diesen Bausatz mehr aus Verzweiflung, als aus Überzeugung bestellt. Der Grund: Es gibt kaum Bausätze dieses 35 (t) Panzers in 1:35 die preislich erschwinglich sind..!! Jedoch wurde ich angenehm überrascht. Gute, bis sehr gute Paßgenauigkeit, sauber gespritzte Teile und einen hervorragenden Gesamteindruck lassen mich dafür 5 Sterne vergeben.

  4. Emma Gunhouse

    I loved this model but a bit of sealant is required here and there.

  5. Jet.24





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