--2021/04/02 There was a specification change guide from the import agency Platts.
・ Old: DS track is used for the track
・ New: Tracks use a prefabricated magic track
-Make the precious hybrid body Tiger I that played the last strenuous battle !!
[About the actual vehicle]
-Among the German tanks of World War II, Tiger I overwhelmed the Allied and Soviet troops with its power.
――Deployed to each heavy tank battalion, it demonstrated its power in battles on each front from the North African Campaign to Italy and the Eastern Front.
――However, at the end of the war, the vehicles were exhausted significantly, and we made repeated reorganizations to maintain the troops.
――One of them is a unit called the Ferman Combat Team, which was formed in early 1945.
--Tiger I consists of 6 cars and 5 Panthers, and is commanded by Lieutenant Fierement, the origin of the unit name.
--Vehicles deployed in the unit were numbered after the [F] indicating the unit name.
--The Ferman Combat Team is deployed in the Ruhr region of the Western Front. He fought a fierce battle with the Allies.
[About the model]
-The model is a 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the Tiger I of Gruppe Ferman who fought hard on the Western Front of the Ruhr region, which was organized in the end of World War II and in the beginning of 1945.
-Select parts from each Tiger I of the already released and well-established dragon in order to accurately reproduce the vehicle equipped by Gruppe Fierement.
-The body used the late chassis and the upper part of the body, and the turret was equipped with the early type turret.
-Of course, the kit also reproduces the hybrid specification Tiger I that combines the late model body with the early model turret.
――The combination of the early type and the late type is a unique finish.
――Not only the overall shape, but also the details of each part are expressed in detail, including the reproduction of welding marks and hatches.
-Each hatch is assembled by choosing to open and close, and the inside of the hatch also models its details. The undercarriage with a movable torsion bar uses a prefabricated magic track for the tracks.
――You can enjoy a realistic finish. It is a kit that reproduces the brid type at the end of World War II.
--Reproduce the German Tiger I operated at the end of World War II at 1/35
--Reproduce the hybrid body equipped with the late type wheels on the early type body
--Undercarriage with movable torsion bar suspension
-Crawler tracks use a prefabricated magic track
-Marking reproduces the number display indicating the vehicle of the Ferman battle group
--Each hatch can be assembled by selecting opening and closing
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )