At smaller scales is much easier to find, 1/48 in particular (also from 21st CT), and is also inexpensive at this size, about $10. Also available as diecast from Forces of Valor in 1/72, too bad FOV did not release this one in diecast 1/32.
This model does not include figures, just the tank with glued on accessories. It has very nice details, and some modest weathering, a nice overall paint job, even in the tracks. A 1/32 driver (also 1/35) can be fitted on the top hatch, but it has to be slim to fit, or just the upper body, because this tank is small, I wonder if the scale is right? I don't have a 1/35 unit to compare, this one should be bigger.
Mine is grey as you can see, but it seems that there is another color scheme available, in camouflage, I have seen this camo unit in 1/48, it is commonly available on ebay in that scale, but I have never seen the camo unit in 1/32. This is a picture of that edition in 1/32, not my picture, I took it from the web.
This model is all plastic, no diecast, very light but not fragile. Is has good features for stop motion: turret rotates, gun and machine guns elevate/depress, the lower machine gun moves in 4 directions. Tracks roll, they are not very soft, rather stiff, you need to put pressure downwards to make it roll, and will only work on a surface with a certain friction, I use cork in my movies, it does provide good friction for all of my tracked vehicles.
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