German Heavy Tank Destroyer Jagdtiger

This is the 1/35 Scale Panzerjager "Jagdtiger" (SD.Kfz.186) Plastic Model Kit from the Military Miniature Series by Tamiya. Suitable for Ages 10 & Up.

Tamiya German Heavy Tank Destroyer Jagdtiger Plastic Model Military Vehicle Kit 1/35 Scale #35295
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 Tamiya # tam35295
$64.00
 
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Features :

Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in tan Imposing form of the powerful AFC accurately reproduced Main gun can be assembled in recoiled position Choose from either belt or assembly type tracks 2 torso figures Photo-etched parts Waterslide decals Illustrated instructions.

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Spotlight Review

 
"It's a Beast."
jpgraft1
This thing is a monster. The fit was very good with very little putty and sanding necessary. Over all detail is very good, as is usual with Tamiya. With the cost of this kit, do yourself a favor and invest a little more by getting a metal barrel and a photo etched set. I even purchased the individual metal track links because I find them more realistic and easier to more accurately weather. The fenders, hatches, and engine grates are too thick so the photo etched parts make a tremendous difference. Even though there weren't many of these built during the war, it is still very impressive to add to your collection.

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Features

Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in tan Imposing form of the powerful AFC accurately reproduced Main gun can be assembled in recoiled position Choose from either belt or assembly type tracks 2 torso figures Photo-etched parts Waterslide decals Illustrated instructions.


Specs

  • Tamiya Product Number: 35295

Includes

One plastic model


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Reviews

  
 
"Great kit with large surface area for you to camouflage"
dcdcdcx3
I built an earlier version of late 1980s to 1990 release. It had less detailed parts (no photo etching, gun lock, rear machine gun...etc.)but everything fits well. It was a typical Tamiya military kit with the holes on the bottom of the hull for when the kits were motorized. It is more simple since it is turret less but the hull is large so you have a large canvas to paint or camouflage to your desire.

 
"excellent..!!!!"
drumdude48
this was a monster..in a good way. be patient and take your time. all parts were good and fit. easy directions. fun to paint

 
"best tank"
hursttyler20 (Indiana)
This thing is a beast of a tank. Couldn't find one anywhere until i found this website

Markings

  • One decal sheet with markings for 5 different versions
  • 1) No.331, 3rd Company, 653rd Heavy Anti-Tank Battalion (Chassis #305020 displayed at Aberdeen Proving Ground) Neustadt an der Weinstrabe, Germany, 1945
  • 2) No.331, 3rd Company, 653rd Heavy Anti-Tank Battalion (Chassis #305022 Neustadt an der Weinstrabe, Germany, 1945
  • 3) No.332, 3rd Company, 653rd Heavy Anti-Tank Battalion Near Morsbronn, Alsace, Germany, March 1945
  • 4) No.331, 1st Company, 653rd Heavy Anti-Tank Battalion Schwetzingen, Germany, March 1945
  • 5) No.114, 1st Company, 653rd Heavy Anti-Tank Battalion (Chassis #305014) Eppingen, Germany, April 1945

Comments

Due to small parts that could cause a choking hazard please keep away from children 3 years of age and younger.

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