German Kfz.100 Bussing Nag 4500A W/ Bilstein 3T Crane
The Bussing-NAG company was built from an acquisitions in the 1920's and 1930's by Bussing. The L4500A mounted a 6 cylinder engine to power the four wheel drive to support its 4.5 ton capacity. Production of the Bussing-NAG continued until the end of the war, with approximately 15,000 truck, both 4500 and 500, built. Kit features multi-part frame with engraved and raised exterior, cabin interior and engine bay with engine, separately molded (doors, on-vehicle tools and equipment, gas tank, jerry cans), wood plank texture bed and large tool box, tool box is removable, detailed chassis and suspension, rubber tires plus spare with bracket, clear parts (windshield, windows, headlights) and photo-etch parts, also includes crane. decals and markings for (3) vehicles: StuG Abt.209, Eastern Front, 1942/43; Panzergrenadier Division, 'GroBdeutschland', Eastern Front, Autumn 1943 and 1st Company, SPzAbt.501, Tunisia, Winter 1972/43.