Note to Customer: This product is placed on reserve in November 2019. It's MSRP is $949. When the system has enough reserve, FOA will contact the customer about pricing and timing of delivery
Note to Customer: Products that are NOT in stock means that FOA will take "pre-orders" with a small $50 deposit. Remaining payment due upon shipping
Laser cut 20 gauge metal sheets to be assembled. Now includes the Super detailing set w/over 200 parts. Plastic Molded tracks and pins included! R/C compatible (see video at bottom of page)
Now includes new detailed parts from Frontline Hobbies for the Panzer IV hull. New suspension system, double road wheels, return rollers, and more! Cast texture and serial numbers added.
Nashorn (German "rhinoceros", pronounced Nahz-horn, not Nash-orn), initially known as Hornisse (German "hornet") was a German tank destroyer of World War II. It was developed as an interim solution in 1942 and was armed with a hard-hitting Pak43 88mm anti-tank gun. Though only lightly armored and with a high profile, it stayed in service until the end of the war and proved to be a quite successful tank destroyer.
Sd.Kfz.164 Nashorn Kit
The Nashorn is the most detailed kit FOA has ever produced. Over 200 Resin pieces are included in the model kit. It includes all the necessary items to be fully functional (except firing!).
Below is the video from "Backyard Warrior Club" with an RC upgrade of the Static Nashorn kit with metal tracks
See ONLINE picture Instructions on how to build the Pak43(click here)
Wilfried from Germany is offering pictures of his build - restoring an original FOA prototype to the 2014 standards with his own skills and additions (click on link)
Below are some of the many images we have of a complete Nashorn with all Accessories.More Images at the bottom of this page.
(click on image to view larger Photo)
Below is a video of FOA standard TTMS-HP motorization installed on a Panzer IV Hull