The M48 Patton is a main battle tank that was designed in the United States. It was the third tank to be officially named after General George S. Patton, commander of the U.S. Upgraded version with the 105 mm L7 cannon and a different MG3 installation from the Leopard 1 as well as quite a few other assemblies. Kit has detailed exterior and suspension (with vinyl track lengths), rotating turret, smoke dischargers, separate on-vehicle equipment and weapons, detailed gun, hatches mountable in the open position, search and target designating searchlight and wire for antenna. Decals and markings for (4) vehicles: Heimatschutzbrigade 52, PzBtl 523 (tmob), Lingen, 1990; Heimatschutzbrigade 62, PzBtl 623, Wietmarschen-Lohne, 1988; 4. PzGrenDiv, PzAufklBtl 4, Roding, 1980 and Heimatschutzbrigade 54, PzBtl 543 (tmob), Hermeskeil, 1989.