Miniart 1/35 Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.G Late / Ausf.H Early (35333)

Today we are going to talk about Miniart 1/35 Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.G Late / Ausf.H Early (35333). This is yet another version of the famous German tank in popular scale. Note also that model comes as Interior Kit, so there is fully detailed interior included. It also means huge parts count inside nice box. Well, packaging is typical for this brand, so all frames come in one plastic bag. Let's open it and take a closer look at what is supplied inside.
By the way, here you can read review with another version of this tank.
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First frame is dedicated to hull parts. Note that all hatches are molded separately and can be opened on your model.

Next we see the floor panel and some parts for the turret and external armor panels.

This is an interior kit, so don't be surprised with parts count in the box.

Miniart offers several assembly options for pioneer tools, one of them features PE parts for even more convincing appearance. Engine is also great here, so definitely think on how to show it on the model.

Here you can see more engine parts and some of the armor panels for the tank hull.

Interior kit also requires careful planning from you. Think through on which parts should be painted in advance.

Roadwheels are molded with rubber section, so you will have to use some masks for a better paint finish. Note also one-piece idlers here.

Turret also features openable rear stowage box, what might be handy for diorama builders.

Attachment points on drive sprockets are placed on the teeth, so it will be easy to separate the parts.

Parts count might look overwhelming, but clever design should help with easy installation.

Here we can see another version of drive sprockets as well as armor panels.

Some parts are quite tiny in size, so be sure to have special tools at hand.

Watch this video-review where I show all parts closer.

Molding quality looks great, I didn't find any possible issue here.

Miniart included plastic tracks here. Such option should look great, but will be a bit tedious to assemble.

Be sure not to lose any of these frames because there are no spare parts in the box.

All hatches are openable, so you can use it in order to show what is hidden in the tank. Well, another option is to place figures in the suitable spots. :)

Last grey plastic sprue carries hull and turret parts. Note also one-piece barrel and muzzle brakes. Such design would make it easier to get a clean result.

PE frets traditionally come in the separate envelope with Miniart logo. This time we get two unpainted frets which will be used for various things.

Decals sheet is packed into separate plastic bag with clear frame. Printing quality looks nice, there are some symbols for interior equipment. You can see all markings on the photo below.

Assembly manual is typical for this brand. I show all pages in the video-review.

New tank kit should be already available for purchase. In my opinion this is another great addition to the line of German tanks in popular scale. Yes, this is definitely not a beginner's choice, but experienced modelers will be able to get something interesting out of all these parts. Manufacturer managed to include a lot of stuff into one box, so it will be interesting to see the model in the finished state. In my opinion such model might be a good choice for modelers who would like to have a small challenge in their hobby.
Get this and other kits on Modelimex webshop.


  • Nice molding quality
  • Clever parts division
  • Full interior included
  • Great decals


  • No masks or templates

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