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Corgi History Channel Tiger I Heavy Tanks

Corgi History Channel Tiger I Heavy Tanks

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#HC60509 - German Sd. Kfz. 181 PzKpfw VI Tiger I Ausf. H Heavy Tank - Michael Wittmann, 1.SS Panzer Division 'LSSAH', Eastern Front, Spring 1944 (1:50 Scale)

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German Tiger I Ausf. E Heavy Tank - schwere Panzer Abteilung 510, Kurland, Latvia, December 1944
German Sd. Kfz. 181 PzKpfw VI Tiger I Ausf. E Heavy Tank - schwere Panzer Abteilung 510, Kurland, Latvia, December 1944 (1:50 Scale)
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The Ausf E mounted a huge 8.8cm KwK36 L/56 cannon and featured two MG34 machine guns for close support against enemy infantry. By war's end, 1,354 vehicles had been produced, some rolling off the Wegmann assembly line.
German Tiger I Ausf. H Heavy Tank - Michael Wittmann, 1.SS Panzer Division LSSAH, Eastern Front, Spring 1944
German Sd. Kfz. 181 PzKpfw VI Tiger I Ausf. H Heavy Tank - Michael Wittmann, 1.SS Panzer Division 'LSSAH', Eastern Front, Spring 1944 (1:50 Scale)
Currently Unavailable
List Price: $39.99
Our Price: $34.99 Sold Out!
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You'll earn: 35 points
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The Ausf E mounted a huge 8.8cm KwK36 L/56 cannon and featured two MG34 machine guns for close support against enemy infantry. By war's end, 1,354 vehicles had been produced, some rolling off the Wegmann assembly line.
   
 
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