Roden's itty-bitty 1/72nd scale SdKfz-234/1 armored car. I included my hand mostly to show the small size of the finished model. There is a staggering quantity of parts in the kit - 153, according to the Internet. I found it a hard build. Not because the fit is bad, or the kit is badly engineered. It's just that it consists of a lot of parts, and many of them are desperately small.
Here is a brief summary of the modeling tools you'll find useful in building this kit:
2. Binocular magnifiers
3. Roughly a quart of Old Grand Dad
4. A CD of soothing music
The suspension is particularly alarming, mostly because the wheels appear to want to float on just the central half-axles, and there's no solid connection between the upper and lower control arms and the wheel backing plate. I attached my wheels with copious quantities of super glue and managed to get them half-assed aligned, but for a while, despair was on the menu and I didn't think I'd ever get them on.
I painted it with Model Master acrylic panzer yellow, but it looks awfully green on the finished model, at least to my eye. The same paint looks okay on 1/35th scale models, so I think it must be a scale effect. Next time, I'll lighten it with radome tan or something along those lines.
And there will be a next time, because I also happen to have a Roden 1/72nd scale SdKfz-234/4 "PAKwagen" in my stash. But I don't think I'll start on it any time soon. At least not until my eyes uncross and I replenish my supply of whiskey.