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- obj File - lwo file - 3ds file - fbx file Version 2010
Nicknamed the ‘Stuka zu fuss’ (Walking Stuka) this halftracked vehicle uses the Sd.Kfz 251 to mount up to six wurfrahman 40/41 rockets launch frames. Giving more mobility than the more static Schweres Wurfgeräts and towed Nebelwerfers. The Stuka zu fuss was a welcome support vehicle for the mobile panzer divisions.
Making it’s battlefield debut towards the end of 1940, the Stuka zu fuss consisted of a metal framework with adjustable base plates fitted over and alongside a vehicle. The frames could hold 280mm or 300mm high explosive rockets or, alternatively 320mm incendiary rockets.
SD.KFZ 251/1 Ausf.C – Walking Stuka was a combined form of war vehicle, which was made up of fusing half-track with rocket artillery. It was designed to create a more mobile form of a protected artillery piece. Its formal name was Wurfrahmen, but commonly known as walking Stuka and Huelende Kuh.
It was introduced in the late ’90s. Six base plates were used while mounting it with SD.KFZ/1 half-track. This vehicle holds 300mm high explosive rockets and 280mm HE and 320 mm incendiary rockets.
It was able to protect the occupants from small arms fires and artillery fires. The SD.KFZ 251/1 Ausf.B – Hanomag Halftruck was mounted with MG 34 or MG 42 machine guns, which allowed the vehicle to fire suppressively to the enemy.
It was carrying one Maybach HL42 6-cylinder petrol engine producing 100 PS (99 hp, 74 kW) easily. The operational range of this vehicle was 300 km, whereas it was able to crawl with a speed of 52.5 km/h. The early model was introduced in 1939 and issued to the 1st panzer division.
To build the 3D model of this historical piece is quite complicated. Hence FlatPyramid came up with the idea of redefining its historical importance through its 3D model of SD.KFZ 251/1 Ausf.B – Hanomag Half truck. The design is created with such precision and detail that you can enjoy a near to original experience. You can see the admirable details. The model is available in different formats and ready to use
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