[About the actual vehicle]
--Michael Wittmann, the ace of the German Tiger tank that every military fan knows its name.
--In Operation Barbarossa, which began in June 1941, he participated as the commander of the No. 3 assault gun.
――When you defeat the enemy tank and see the scale of Ace as soon as possible ,. From 1942, he gained the Tiger I type and became a tank commander, finally demonstrating his ability.
--On August 8, 1944, a unit led by Wittmann, consisting of four Tiger Is, encountered an enemy tank on the way to the front.
--Wittmann, who was hit by a barrage of fire, was killed in action with the crew.
--Of course, the last model of the Tiger I was the Wittmann, who recorded about 135 enemy tanks destroyed.
--The turret number was 007.
-The body with thick armor up to 100 mm could not withstand the bombardment of enemy tanks such as Sherman Firefly.
[About the model]
-The model is a plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the late production type Tiger I tank on 1/35 scale.
--This kit models the last turret number 007 that Tiger Ace's Michael Wittmann was on board.
-It is a kit that you can not miss that there is a figure that expresses Wittmann's fearless appearance that can be set in the cupola.
-Of course, the vehicle is reproduced in detail.
-The car body is modeled with Zimmerit coating.
-The mechanism such as the torsion bar type suspension and wheels is accurately reproduced.
――For the tracks, we have adopted a magic track that can be assembled and connected to give you a feeling of finish.
――The feeling of the suspension will be further enhanced.
――In addition, the production of the grille of the engine deck at the rear of the car body and the in-vehicle tools enhances the feeling.
-The cupola and turret hatch can be opened and closed, and the details on the back side are well expressed.
-In addition, a star antenna etc. are also prepared, and the Wittmann Tiger is reproduced firmly. Decals include Wittmann's last Tiger, 101st Heavy Tank Battalion No. 007, and the mark of No. 009.
--Box art uses Volstead's illustrations.
--Reproduce the Tiger I boarded by Wittmann on 1/35 scale
--1/35 Wittmann figure included
-Marking prepares turret number 007 with decals
-Crawler tracks use a magic track with a realistic finish
-The car body is reproduced with Zimmerit coating
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )