And now here is the AGNM Panzerkampfwagen 38(t). Once I decided that I was going to have WWII German tanks in my collection, I knew that the first one needed to be, well, not really German. The (t) in the P38(t) stands for "tschechisch" (or Czech), as these tanks were designed and built at the ČKD factory in Prague, and fell under German control after the Nazi annexation of the Czech part of Czechoslovakia. I'd consider this to be almost more of an interwar tank than a WWII tank, as it was designed before the war. It was a pretty successful design, as it continued in front line service up to about 1942.
It was a light tank, it's smaller than many other tanks of the early war, and definitely smaller than mid- or late-war tanks.
Anyway, I don't have any more information to add, so here are the photos!
First, here are photos of the unpainted vehicle, in the raw resin as it were. You can see the metal gun barrel and MGs, as well as the resin stowage.
And here is the tank with a basic panzer grey paint scheme. The German balkenkreuz are decals, but I (obviously) hand painted the numbers.
Here are my two AGNM tanks side by side.
And here it is with a Valentine.