1/72 Tiger I (Early Production), 1/sPzAbt 503, Russia, 1943
This 1/72 static model features a Tiger-I early production from 1/ sPzAbt 503 in authentic camouflage patterns and colors that saw combat in Russia 1944.
- 1/72 true-to-scale
- High quality die cast
- Authentic camouflage & markings
- Realistic rotating turret with gun
- Track links treated with special weathering effect
- Nicely designed plastic display case included
About Tiger I (Early Production):
First introduced in August 1942, the German Tiger I was at that time the most powerful tank in the world. The strengths that made Tiger I a formidable tank were its outstanding armor protection and powerful tank killing capability. Mounted with a superb 88mm gun, the Tiger I was capable to destroy enemy tanks up to 2000 meters accurately. With its 100mm extra thick armor at the front hull, the Tiger I was allowed to engage enemy tanks even on closer ranges without taking too much damage itself. In fear of the superior power of the Tiger I, no allied tanks dared to engage it in open combat, which was otherwise known as "Tigerphobia".
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