GERMAN OUT OF FACTORY COLORS
In some cases, these tanks went out to fight with those factory colors without being camouflaged, especially at the end of the war when there was no time or supplies to do so.
The dark gray color was a primer used on all German vehicles at the beginning of the war.
During the second half of WWII, vehicles began using different shades of red and brown primer.
Combinations of these colors can be seen at the end of the war because many of the components and parts come from different factories.
For example, many guns were primed in gray and afterwards assembled on primer red tanks.
An essential selection of colors to make any fresh from the factory or prototype tank.
These acrylic and are formulated for maximum performance both with brush or airbrush.
- A.MIG-014 RAL 8012 ROTBRAUN
- A.MIG-908 GREY BASE
- A.MIG-921 RED PRIMER LIGHT BASE
17ml jar each.
Water soluble, odorless, and non-toxic.
Shake thoroughly before each use.
We recommend A.MIG-2000 Acrylic Thinner for thinning.
Dries completely in 24 hours.
Age recommended: 14+