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The following link provides a full report with lots of photos and information about one of the most famous fighter aircraft of all time and certainly one of the most important to France in WW2. I hope you enjoy and I count on your visit!
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At the top of the 'long-awaited' list for many (including me) must be a genuine groundup early Tiger I from DML, with new tooling to correct some of the deficiencies in the (albeit bargain-priced) Orange Box Tiger I Kursk release of 2013 such as the old 2-halves turret, too-early driver's plate with periscope holes, fixed suspension arms and weldless wheels, all based on a pre-built DragonArmor model.
So check out this new Tiger I Early Production Michael Wittmann Eastern Front 1944 SmartKit. (Sold as a CyberHobby or Dragon depending on region)
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According to the HobbyLink Japan blurb, the turret, engine deck, hull rear, wheels and other items are new tooling. HLJ have it on preorder for 7800 yen. I preordered one today.
So whilst it's not the 'holy grail' Dec 42-Mar 43 production I really really want (it is a late-Early Apr-Jun 43 prod with the late feifels and non-handed engine vents) it's still looking like a fabulous return to the fray by DML, easily the best maker of the Tiger I if one discounts the 'Ultimate' (read 'ridiculously overpriced and with faults') LE Tiger I kits.
Again according to the blurb it will make Wittmann's winter 43-4 'S04' with the 88 barrel kill rings and befehlsTiger extra aerials plus his entire crew! So let's hope it lives up to the blurb.
67 Views · 2 Replies ( Last reply by Panzercommander )
WW II buff ( particularly PTO), Vietnam era Marine, just like to read history of, and view pictures of WWII.
I share with you the following link, which brings a report with photos and information about one of the most iconic and amazing episodes of World War II. I hope you enjoy and I count on your visit!
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DML Tiger I Early Production Michael Wittmann Eastern Front 1944
ronrunningman - 24 Nov 2014 02:59 AM