Trumpeter: Sd.Kfz. 173 Jagdpanther in 1/16 | Armorama™

Trumpeter shares built-up photos of its recent release. Note that the casemate is provided as a clear, transparent part thus giving the modeler the option to finish a build that shows interior detail.

The kit consists of over 2, 200 parts including photo-etch, individual track links, wire, and six marking options. As built the model stands 611.4mm long and 212.6mm wide.

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He weathered the exhausts correctly!!!

Seriously though, this scale seems better suited for the clear panels to show off the interior than 1/35.

I have a build here on their earlier version , same basic thing but with the bolted Gun mount , and rear deck raised fan housings. Nice kit but expensive . I paid $450.00 for the kit.
You still have to fill and sand smooth the side sponson deck as the lower hull is from their Panther Ausf. g kit.

Looks like its selling for $380, which seems about right to me. Not really a fan of clear plastic parts, myself. To me they just never look good in the end. They look plastic, when I am trying to make things look not plastic. I almost always paint over things like this, maybe add access windows if I want to show off the interior. In this case I’m be tempted to try a removable top? This is always the dilemma with full interior on many AVFs, and aircraft models.

That’s what I did , the top is removable with an excelent fit.
The upper hull is also removable , that’s why I didn’t use the side skirting.

In germany the jagdpanther costs me nearly €160,-. Okay, it was a special-offer but with that difference you can save money by buying it here