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The last modification of the light Pz. II tank. The vehicle featured enhanced armor, the 2 cm KwK 38 gun and improved observation devices. A total of 524 vehicles were built from March 1941 through December 1942.

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Quantity of parts, pcs 42
Difficulty level, from 1 to 8 1
Hours to assemble (average) 1
Model size (cm) 11.6×4.4×3.5
Model size (inch) 8.7×4.1×3.4
Scale 1:72
Real Steel
Turnable Turret
Historically accurate model

Prototype history

This may sound strange, but the iron mechanical power of the Wehrmacht in World War II began with... a tractor. It was under the name "agricultural tractor LaS 100" that Germany produced the first combat tanks of the largest war of the 20th century.

The modification of the basic model Panzer I became the light tank “Panzerkampfwagen II” or “Pz.Kpfw. II”. It was one of the most mass-produced combat vehicles of World War II. By 1942, when they gave way to heavy machines, more than 3,500 of them had been produced.


This not-fast tank, weighing about 8 tons, could reach a speed of 40 km/h on the highway and was designed to cover infantry attacks. Its armor was sufficient to protect against small arms and mines, but artillery strikes were fatal to the Panzer II. Moreover, its firepower was hardly impressive. The main weapon of the tank was a 20mm automatic cannon. There were several weapons options - tank modifications with flamethrower systems and heavy machine guns as the main weapon exist. The main protection was the turret design with ricochet angles, which allowed for the softening or reflecting of enemy weapons hits.

Features, benefits

The crew of the “Pz.Kpfw. II” consisted of three people. The loader and commander had a 7.92 mm MG-34 machine gun at their disposal, located on one front panel with the main weapon.

The small size and good maneuverability helped the“Pz.Kpfw. II” successfully perform combat tasks and provide the German army with victories in the first years of the war.

The "Pz.Kpfw. II" self-assembly model is an excellent gift for history buffs of military equipment, WWII battle reenactors, and all fans of technical creativity.


This model features the recognizable design of the "Pz.Kpfw. II" tank: the geometry of the rotating turret, a chassis on six rollers with a special suspension, hatches, weapons, and engine radiators. Textures and images are applied to surfaces by electrochemical etching, giving the model a resemblance to the original combat vehicle. All model parts are made of stainless steel used in the food industry, the production of consumer goods, and toys. The assembly of the "Pz.Kpfw. II" excludes any harm to the owner. The precise cutting allows for the assembly of models without the use of additional tools, soldering, or gluing.

The assembled scale model of the light tank "Panzer II" can be used as a souvenir, interior decoration, or paperweight. It can also be used to create installations, models, or reconstructions of tank battles in World War II. It will take a worthy place on the stand of a collector of military equipment.

The "Metal Time" DIY model kits encourage owners to learn about the history of technology and develop construction skills. Each of our models is assigned a unique serial number, turning them into collectibles for trading. The "Metal Time" builders' club is a growing community of people passionate about construction. The "Metal Time" loyalty program regularly presents pleasant surprises to owners of our model kits.


What is in the giftbox?

Steel sheets, pcs2
Polishing ClothYES
Metal time Workshop

Easy to fold

All parts are separated and connected with light finger pressure, which eliminates possible cuts or pricks during the assembly process.

The Metal Time kits comprises small parts that, under particular conditions, may be hazardous to children under the age of 14 years. If children are to carry out the model assembly, parents' supervision should be ensured.

User guide

14 languages User's guides will lead you through assembling process. In coming up with design for creative people, there is no borderline between imagination and reality.


Models are made up of many, small parts, which may be dangerous to children under 14 years old. The assembly of the model by children under 14 should be carried out under the supervision of parents. Models research and assembly advance technical creativity skills inspire science and technology history research.

Models of Metal Time are active leisure and superb gifts, interior embellishments, installation elements, models and showcase stands.

To make them gatherable and exchangeable, each of our models is assigned a unique serial number. The Metal Time Owners' Club is a group of people who are zealous about designing.

The loyalty program of Metal Time presents owners of our construction sets with pleasant surprises. Our models do not require glue or adhesive. Each part snaps off the sheet, then firmly snaps together.