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German Tiger I Early Production Tank

This is the Tamiya 1/35 scale WWII German Tiger I Tank Early Production plastic model kit.

Tamiya German Tiger I Early Production Tank Plastic Model Tank 1/35 Scale #35216
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Specifications :
  • Scale: 1/35
  • Length: 9-1/2" (24.1cm)
  • Width: 4-1/4" (10.6cm)
  • Height: 3-1/4" (8.1cm)
  • Tamiya Product Number: 35216
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"Long ago memories"
johnskipper
I remember building a couple of these kits when I was around twelve years old in 1972. Tamiya kits were my favorites,I also had several other Tamiya tank kits. A few were motorized, I would spend a lot of time building them in the basement with the radio playing. I had M-41,M-60a1 and a2 and the tiger1 and the Jagpanther lots of fun. Of course they were a lot cheaper then, you could buy them for less than $7-8. Yall have fun.

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Features

  • Includes detailed painting and assembly instructions.
  • Early Production Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausfuhrung E (SD.Kfz.181).
  • 88mm main gun.
  • 200+ grey plastic parts.
  • Includes one tank commander figure.
  • Road wheels with separate suspension arms.
  • Details including towing cables, shovels, hammers, axe, and track links.
  • Single piece flexible rubber tracks for easy installation.

Specs

  • Scale: 1/35
  • Length: 9-1/2" (24.1cm)
  • Width: 4-1/4" (10.6cm)
  • Height: 3-1/4" (8.1cm)
  • Tamiya Product Number: 35216

Includes

One 1/35 WWII German Tiger I's Early Production Tank


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"Outstanding Kit"
gohawksblake
A very good kit. Tamiya has produced an exceptionally detailed kit. The figure in the turret is really detailed, and the instruction book also has placement for the photo-etched grills (not included). There are also six different markings for three different variants of the tank. It also includes a length of fabric tube for the exhaust. It is a nice detail that makes the tank more realistic however, the fabric frays easily and is a little hard to cut. Also, I would recommend putting the wheels on after you paint it, because of the overlapping suspension system. All in all, a very great addition to any modeler's collection.

 
"Awesome, great"
srpullen10
I've just finished with the tiger. It's everything and more than I thought it would be. Just a beautiful model once it's together. It was a good enough challenge but easy enough. Everything literally fell into place. The detail is spectacular. It's one you must have if you like a great looking model. I can't say enough about it. Four different versions with paint schemes. Tamiya was on point with this one. I want another one.

 
"Tanks for the Afrika Korps"
johncpo41 (www.hobbiesinabarn)
In 1976 I had three of these Tigers in my Afrika Korps armor collection and all painted with Tamiya German Sand to blend into the desert in which I depicted each one! They were very well detailed for the age of the modern models beginning with Tamiya back then. The tracks were easy to place on the then complex suspension as the three rows of wheels had to be placed on the model in a certain sequence which was difficult as no one except Monogram had come out with such an enormous job. With prices of kits back then I could afford three tanks and have money left over to purchase the Tamiya up and coming Afrika Korps figures which went along side the tanks as in real life. Lots great memories with the kit.

Markings

  • Markings provided for 6 early Tiger I's
    • 1: 213, sPzAbt 502, Russia 1944: Panzer Dark Yellow.
    • 2: 332, sPzAbt 503, Russia 1943: Panzer Dark Grey.
    • 3: 131, sPzAbt 504, Tunisia 1943: Panzer Dark Yellow.
    • 4: S45, sPzAbt 101, Russia 1943: 3-tone Dark Yellow/Red Brown/Dark Grey camouflage.
    • 5: S04, sPzAbt 101, Russia 1944: White with Dark Yellow base showing through.
    • 6: S33, PzReg2: Dark Green camouflage stripes over Dark Yellow.
  • Additional paints Required
    • Flat: Black, White, Flesh, Metallic Grey, Dark Green, Red Brown, Field Grey.
    • Gloss: Gun Metal, silver, Semi-gloss Black.

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