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Tamiya 1/35 German Field Workshop 37023

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The Tamiya 1/35 German Field Workshop kit (37023) is a highly detailed model that allows you to recreate a vital component of the German military during World War II. The field workshop served as a mobile repair and maintenance facility, providing essential support to keep the German war machine operational in the field.

This kit provides all the necessary parts to construct a realistic representation of a German field workshop. From the workshop building itself to the various tOOls, equipment, and accessories, Tamiya has meticulously recreated the details to capture the essence of this essential structure. The kit includes interior details such as workbenches, shelves, and storage compartments, adding depth and realism to the model.

Tamiya's renowned engineering ensures a smOOth and enjoyable building experience. The parts are precisely molded, allowing for precise fitment and minimal seam lines. The kit also includes a selection of figures depicting German soldiers and mechanics, bringing life and activity to the workshop scene.

The German Field Workshop kit offers a wealth of painting and weathering opportunities. Modelers can apply various paint schemes and weathering techniques to depict the wear and tear of a field workshop in a war-torn environment. The kit also provides decals for additional markings and signs, enhancing the authenticity of the final model.

Once completed, the Tamiya German Field Workshop model serves as an impressive standalone piece or as a central element in a larger diorama. Its attention to detail and realistic features make it a captivating display item that showcases the crucial role played by mobile workshops in supporting the German military during World War II.

Overall, the Tamiya 1/35 German Field Workshop kit is an excellent choice for modelers interested in World War II military dioramas or those seeking to expand their collection of German military vehicles and structures. Its high level of detail, quality construction, and historical accuracy make it a rewarding project for modelers of all skill levels.

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Shipping charges vary based on the order value and destination. UK standard shipping costs range from £4.99 to £7.99, with additional surcharges for heavy items and non-mainland UK destinations, including specific regions like Northern Ireland, Isle of Man, Guernsey, and Jersey. We do not ship to PO Boxes and BFPO addresses.

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Customers may encounter customs fees on international orders, which are not included in our shipping costs and are the responsibility of the customer. In case of postal losses or damage, claims may take up to 30 days to process, and we require customer confirmation to initiate this process.

Returns are accepted within 14 days for change of mind and 30 days for faulty items, in line with the EU Distance Selling Directive. Access Models offers repair, exchange, or refund for eligible returns, excluding faults due to misuse or wear and tear. Customers are responsible for return postage costs, except in cases of damage or fault. Refunds are issued in accordance with the returns policy, excluding opened packages unless they are faulty.