LUCHS! We have a LUCHS!

OKAY!!!! Here is the NEW baby. Panzerfabrik’s copy of the Panzer II “Luchs” (Lynx)… This Panzerfabrik “Luchs”, numbered 4122, is the shadow of surviving 4121 that sits on display in Bovington, England. Only 18 months of construction plus 6 months of pre-planning, a whole lot of sweat, a boatload of cash……. and voila!!!!

We have taken great effort to accurately reproduce all aspects of this Panzer. The scale is 1 to 1 and the vehicle is fully functional with simulated weapons. It’s painted and marked as it would have been seen serving the 1/Pz.Aufk.Abt. 9 (9th Panzer Div) in Normandy August 1944.

The WWII German light scout tank, PzKpfw II Ausf. L incorporates many technological advancements of the day and was intended to move fast and loose to find the enemy then report back. There were only 100 Luchs built and only 2 survive today. One is on display in Bovington, England and the other on Display in Saumer, France.

What a sexy little beast.

It’s ready to be put to work………

If you are interested in having us build you a duplicate, message us and we can talk. I’ve collected all the impossible-to-find parts for a 2nd copy. Or we could box it all up and supply you with a kit, —complete with instructions and drawings.

So here is the debut. we hope you enjoy.