The kit is well detailed, with a basic interior which is fairly enough for what can be seen though the hatches. The fit had no remarkably issues and the magic tracks, link by link already cut, allow a realistic finish.
The model is painted as "Klärchen", a vehicle from Stug. Abt. 197 in Crimea during 1942. It carried a roughly hand painted camo over the dark grey standard base.
He had to add the large jack over the right mudguard, put some track links over the rear mudguard anad remove the front lamps, covering its place with a circular plate. The kit needed also the cable supports on the rear, which was standard for the Sd.Kfz. 253.
It has been painted with Vallejo Model Air base, and a mix of Tamiya Dark Yelllow and Buff for the camo. The weathering was done with various oils and pigments.
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