ISU-152 — Soviet heavy self-propelled artillery unit during the WW2. Developed in October 1943 and adopted on November 6 of the same year, the ISU-152 Was widely used at the final stage of the WW2 in almost all aspects of the use of self-propelled artillery. In the post-war period, the ISU-152 was modernized and was long in service with the Soviet army. The self-propelled guns transferred to Egypt took part in the Arab-Israeli armed conflicts in the middle East. The slang name of ISU-152 is "Hypericum". In the Wehrmacht, it was called "Dosenöffner" (from it. — «opener»).
This product is a model for self-Assembly. The parts are made of durable plastic. The Assembly does not require any special knowledge or skills from you, so this model will be a great gift for both children and adult fans of Russian Military equipment. On average, it takes 1-2 evenings to build a single model. The kit contains two instructions, one for Assembly, the other for painting. Instructions are duplicated in English.
In addition, you can purchase the model along with all the paints, as well as the glue necessary for Assembly. The glue and paint are selected in such a way that you have exactly enough to glue and paint your model. Painting the model takes about 1-2 evenings. Acrylic paints are easy to handle and quickly dry, so it will be very easy to paint the model.
Acrylic paints what included in the set:
Blued steel №08
- Available complete set with paints and glue
- Easy to assemble
- Shipping with DHL can be expansive, because volume weight of this model is high. You can use e-packet, it's very affordable shipping (10-14 days delivery)
- Easy to paint
- Scale 1:35
- Exact model of the ISU-152
- Toluene, Butyl Acetate, Polystyrene