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Tiger I late w/ Zimmerit - Normandy 1944

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Thanks to propaganda, no German tank commander is better known than Hauptsturmführer Michael Wittmann.
One of his most famous battles took place on June 13, 1944, in the village of Villers-Bocage, Normandy, just a week after the D-Day landings.
As the British, particularly the 22nd Armored Brigade, attempted to exploit a gap in the German defenses west of Caen, they were ambushed by Tiger I tanks from s.Pz.Abt.101 under the command of Wittmann.
In a short but fierce battle, a large number of British tanks and vehicles were destroyed.
 It is disputed which tank Wittmann actually used at the Battle of Villers-Bocage, but many believe he commanded a late production Tiger I with turret number "212".
In the meantime, there are two other options, namely "222" and "231", which can also be found on the decals.

Plastic model kit to build a late Tiger I with embossed Zimmerit (limited edition)
  • As a bonus, a figure of Hauptsturmführer Wittman is included
  • Magic Tracks
  • Photo-etched parts
  • 3D part
  • copper rope
  • Turned aluminum gun barrel
  • Embossed Zimmerit

Scale 1:35

unbuilt / unpainted
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