Here we have a kit of an open-top vehicle, which is always crying out for some crew figures, and happily Airfix obliged. This vehicle normally had a crew of four, although the two drivers would not be visible, so we are left with two men manning the anti-tank gun and a third observing. The two gunners have no base as they stand inside the vehicle, but the observer officer has a separate optional base, which is good, although he was always illustrated in the catalogues standing on the bodywork of the vehicle.
The poses are fine as far as they go, and would certainly be useful in other artillery situations. All wear the same uniform of basic tunic and trousers with long boots and of course the helmet. Since they are inside a vehicle they have no kit, although the officer has a holstered pistol. The sculpting is pretty good, with decent detail, although the backs of the figures are a bit rougher, and the man controlling the gun has a large lump of extra plastic on his back, at least on our sample. With relatively few German artillery figures to choose from, these are worth noting as having a good bit of potential beyond their armoured car.
Below are examples of how the completed kit was illustrated in Airfix catalogues.