Even in German divisions that were converted to motor vehicles and tanks, most of the transport in infantry units used horses. Standardized trailers were used to streamline supply and repair; various types were produced and widely used. The HF.7 was introduced in 1939, and the body was made of metal, weighing 1 ton. Usually, it was towed by 2 horses, but more were added depending on the situation. A tow rod was installed when the trailer was towed by a vehicle. This kit includes the vehicle tow rod, as well as two types of hoods: unfolded and frameless. The tires are made of soft resin with realistic tread patterns, and the interior is also carefully reproduced.