Back in Stock: Krupp Protze Kfz 70
Move your troops and artillery with ruthless efficiency with the Kfz 70.
The Krupp Protze Kfz 70 was a 6-wheeled German truck and artillery tractor used heavily in WWII. It was used extensively on the Eastern Front, North African campaign, as well as in France and Sicily. The Protze was the mainstay of the infantry and towed Panzerjäger units in the first half of the war. Many different models of the Krupp Protze were produced during the war, serving as telephone trucks, radio mast carriers, and gun tractors. Its main purpose was to tow artillery, especially the PaK 36, and transport motorized infantry. This Kfz 70 is modeled after the standard configuration, functioning as a personnel carrier.