SdKfz 251 Ausf D with Pak 40 & Bonus Squad Pack

SdKfz 251D and Pak 40

Special New Release Offer
Order this kit with special bonus German WW2 Minifig Squad Pack and receive free shipping on your entire order to select destinations through Sunday, June 5* (or while supplies last). See below for offer specifics

*Within the USA free shipping mean delivery by the United States Postal Service using First Class Mail (packages up to 8 ounces) and Priority Mail (packages over 8 ounces). Select Countries: Free Economy Mail delivery (4-8 weeks) is also being offered to Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan, Luxemburg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan and the United Kingdom.

NOTE:  You can also get the kit without the squad pack HERE, but it does not qualify for the free shipping offer.

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About the SdKfz 251 ausf D
The SdKfz 251 was Germany’s most versatile and widely used armored halftrack vehicle of World War II, often referred to as the “Hanomag” after the manufacturer’s name. The SdKfz 251 was used as the base model for more than 20 specialized vehicles, and underwent several refinements throughout production history. The Ausf D model was the final late-war version, notable for it’s boxy design that helped simplify the manufacturing process.

About the Pak 40
The Pak 40 was designed shortly before the outbreak of World War II, but the project was shelved due to the success of the German army in the early stages of the war. When more heavily armored tanks were encountered in Russia, Pak 40 production was immediately ordered. The Pak 40 made its battlefield debut during the battle for Kharkov in May 1942. the PaK 40 was bigger and more powerful than its predecessors in every aspect, although it still had a remarkably low silhouette, making it easy to conceal despite of its increased size. The Pak 40 could defeat the armor of all but the heaviest Allied tanks up until the end of the war.

Ambush Camouflage Edition

We have reproduced and updated these two classic Brickmania models in a special tri-tone “Ambush Camouflage” color scheme. This is typical of a late war pattern of both the Eastern and Western fronts from 1944 through the end of the war. this makes for a slightly more expensive model, but the stunning results are worth it. 

 Additional information about this Brickmania custom Lego® kit:

  • Opening rear doors for crew access
  • Brickmania Track Links™
  • Features distinctive Ambush Camouflage pattern and authentic LEGO plant leaves for further concealment
  • Comfortably seats six minifigs, uncomfortably seats more
  • Includes 1 Heer Soldier custom minifig with MG42
  • Hook-type towing hitch for trailer for artillery piece
  • 1/35 scale matches other Brickmania models
  • Includes 396 Lego, BrickArms & Brickmania elements.
  • Includes the exclusive WWII German Minifig Squad Pack

WW2 German Squad Pack

Bonus German  WW2 Minifig Pack includes:

  • Five genuine LEGO® mini figures with custom printed WW2 uniforms
  • Weapons, M1 Steel Pot Helmets and Web Gear from BrickArms®

This Brickmania model kit is made from genuine unused LEGO, Brickmania and BrickArms elements and is shipped disassembled with full-color printed building instructions, and is packaged in a sealed box. All Brickmania building kits are limited production and may be discontinued at any time.

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