Makes a change, and rather in keeping with a theme that has developed here of late - tanks in unusual finishes and in the 'wrong' hands.
Without anything to give it scale, the Minitanks Stug III looks quite the thing:
My source for this finish, and especially for the interesting black (but I do wonder if, in fact, it was panzer grey) gun barrel is this book:
Kaloyan Matev, Equipment and Armor in the Bulgarian Army; Armored Vehicles, 1935-1945 (Knigomania, Sofia, 2006). A rather poor translation from the original Bulgar (but, then, I can't speak a word of Bulgarian, so I oughtn't to complain), but with a mass of fascinating photographs, and some good colour plates:
Tsar Boris went, of course, not long after the Soviets declared war on Bulgaria. Geography, and size, really does matter. And what does a Tsar do when all the countries about him are losing their heads?