Bergepanzer 1 – Photo gallery

Assembling this model of Bergepanzer 1 has been very peculiar, due to the crane and several cables. Here’s the photo gallery!

The 28th model I made represents a US-built M88 A1G armored recovery vehicle (ARV), operated by the German armed forces (Bundeswehr) under the designation Bergepanzer 1. It took approximately one year and 9 months to build, from September 2018 to late May 2020.

Bergepanzer 1 during a military exercise in 1999.

Bergepanzer 1 – History

History of the Bergepanzer 1, an armored recovery vehicle based on the American M88, previously used by the German Army (Bundeswehr).

The Bergepanzer 1 is an armored recovery vehicle used by the armed forces of the Federal Republic of Germany (Bundeswehr). It is a variant of the American vehicle M88, which is in turn based on the chassis of the M48 and M60 combat tanks.

Leopard 2A5 – Assembling and painting

This German Leopard 2A5 tank model is really detailed. for that reason, assembling and painting phases were demanding but really funny!

This jewel of German engineering has always been one of my favourite vehicles. So, when I saw this model during an expo, I bought it immediately! Thus, in this post I will show you the phases of assembling and painting of my model of Leopard 2A5.

Leopard 2A5 Main Battle Tanks during a combat demonstration.

Leopard 2 – History

History of Leopard 2, a German main battle tank considered, at the moment, one of the most technologically advanced in the world.

The Leopard 2 – whose history I talk about in this post – is a German main battle tank, used by Germany as well as by several other countries. It is considered one of the best tanks of the world.

Spähpanzer 2 Luchs – Gallery

Photo gallery of the Spähpanzer 2 Luchs, a reconnaissance armored vehicle used by the German armed forces until few decades ago.

The 19th model I have finished is an armored vehicle used by the German armed forces until few years ago. It took me quite some time to complete it, from March 2014 to June 2016, because I could work on it only during my vacations. So here's to you the photo gallery of my Spähpanzer 2 Luchs!