WWII SD Panzer 38(t) Light Tank Free Paper Model DownloadThis tank paper model is a SD Panzer 38(t), also as know as Panzerkampfwagen 38(t) (PzKpwf 38t), originally a Czech light tank of pre-World War II design, after Czechoslovakia was taken over by Germany, the papercraft created by Tonton. For more information of the Panzer 38(t) and another version please click on: WWII Panzer 38(t) Paper Tank Model.

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3 Responses to WWII SD Panzer 38(t) Light Tank Free Paper Model Download

  1. Max Zhang says:


    I've been trying to get the 38(t) SD tank paper model, but the link kept directed me to a paper toy for Centurion. Can you send me a real site for the tank model? Thank you!!!

    Best regards


  2. Max Zhang says:


    It's Max again, I've seen the old link had been crossed out, do you have the real link by now? I'd be hugely appreciated if you could give me one!!!! Thanks!!! My email address is miaomiao_mei@sina.com.

    Best regards


  3. tonygrafx says:

    I've been to the official site. unfortunately, if I understand correctly, this SD tank model is still only for sale to people in Japan.

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