[About actual vehicle]
-The North African Front in the early years of World War II, where many stories remain in the battle between the German-African Corps led by Rommel and the British 8th Army led by Montgomery.
-Among them, Operation Oxenkov was unfolded from February 26 to March 4, 1943.
-The battle between the German army and the Allied Forces during the fierce battle is the final battle, and it is said to be the last organized battle in North Africa.
-The battle centered on the 501st Heavy Tank Battalion, where the Tiger I tank was first deployed, took place around Sidi N'Sil in Tunisia.
-The British army counters the powerful Tiger I with 25-pounders and Churchill tanks.
-The German army lost many fighting vehicles including Tiger I and decided to withdraw.
[About the model]
-The model is a plastic model assembly kit that reproduces Tiger I belonging to the 501st Heavy Tank Battalion on the North African Front on 1/35 scale.
-In modeling, modeling based on the latest research and research of Mr. David Byrden known as an expert in Tiger I research.
-Above all, it reproduces Tiger I in Operation Oxenkov in the final year of North Africa.
-The vehicle at this time had some unique features.
-For example, in the storage box at the rear of the turret, ammo boxes of the turret storage box of the III tank are additionally installed on both sides to reproduce firmly with a new mold, spare crawler tracks are attached to each part of the hull, right A toolbox has also been added to the rear mudguard.
-Track type is belt type DS track.
-Etched parts that express delicate details are also included in each part.
-Box art drawn by Mr. Volstad.
-Tiger fans can't miss the BOX Art Postcard, which is the first bonus item.
-BOX art drawn by Mr. Volstad
-Japan limited edition, BOX art postcard included!
-Accurately reproduce details and markings based on the advice of Tiger I researcher David Byrden
-1/35 plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the Tiger I that was active in the North African front, Operation Oxenkov
-Machine gun ammunition case reproduced with new mold, ammunition case on both sides of turret rear side and many parts using slide mold are also set, pursuing a realistic finish
-Firmly reproduce the characteristic equipment of the vehicle
-Crawler belt adopts belt type DS track
-With etching parts to express delicate details on each part
-With metal tow cable
-Complete length: 240 mm (including barrel)
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )