Panzer 38t Instructions

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Informations about the model:

Total Bricks: 394 (including the tracklinks)


To complete this model you can use the following third party elements:

– 1 Brickarms U-Clip

– 88 single wide track links. You can use the orignal Lego 3711 part or use them from BrickManiaBluebrixx or any other company you prefer.

– OmahaBricks Transparent German Markings sticker pack.


The LT vz. 38 became the most successful Czechoslovak tank during the second World War. Only it would never serve under the flag of Czechoslovakia. When Nazi Germany annexed Czechoslovakia in March 1939, 150 tanks were in the assembly halls. These weren’t ready yet. The German army ordered the tanks to be finished and then incorporated into the German army. The name LT vz. 38 was renamed Panzerkampfwagen 38 (t) Ausf. A. Hitler was now given access to 150 extra tanks. Production of the tank continued and the German army now had the desired number of tanks more quickly available to launch the attack on Poland in September of the same year.


Note: This purchase is for the building instructions and a graphic and numbered partslist in pdf format and a xml file, to create an easy Bricklink wishlist, only.


Scale: about 1/35

Designed by: Cassidy Edwards (@cassi_customs on Instagram)


Ausf A (Poland Camo), Ausf A (Dark Bluish Gray), Ausf F

1 review for Panzer 38t Instructions

  1. Velk413

    Have the early war (Poland) camo Ausf A, its a great design, sturdy, and looks great. One of the better Pz. 38(t)s around.

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