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#DRA60154 - German PzKpfw VIII Maus Super Heavy Tank [V2] - Version 2 (1:72 Scale)

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German PzKpfw VIII Maus Super Heavy Tank with Mock-Up Turret, Boblingen, 1944
German PzKpfw VIII Maus Super Heavy Tank with Mock-Up Turret, Boblingen, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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In June 1942, Porsche of Stuttgart was ordered by Hitler to start designing a super heavy tank, mounting a 12.8cm gun, and having maximum possible armor. Trials were to commence in May 1943, however, many difficulties arose. For example, the air-cooled motor never materialized, and the V1 vehicle had to be fitted with a modified MB509 aircraft engine, the V2 with a MB517 diesel.
German PzKpfw VIII Super Heavy Tank Maus with Testbed at Boblingen - Ready to Test
German PzKpfw VIII Super Heavy Tank Maus with Testbed at Boblingen - 'Ready to Test' (1:72 Scale)
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In June 1942, Porsche of Stuttgart was ordered by Hitler to start designing a super heavy tank, mounting a 12.8cm gun, and having maximum possible armor. Trials were to commence in May 1943, however, many difficulties arose. For example, the air-cooled motor never materialized, and the V1 vehicle had to be fitted with a modified MB509 aircraft engine, the V2 with a MB517 diesel.
German PzKpfw VIII Maus Super Heavy Tank [V2]
German PzKpfw VIII Maus Super Heavy Tank [V2] (1:72 Scale)
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In June 1942, Porsche of Stuttgart was ordered by Hitler to start designing a super heavy tank, mounting a 12.8cm gun, and having maximum possible armor. Trials were to commence in May 1943, however, many difficulties arose. For example, the air-cooled motor never materialized, and the V1 vehicle had to be fitted with a modified MB509 aircraft engine, the V2 with a MB517 diesel.
German PzKpfw VIII Maus Super Heavy Tank [V2] - Version 2
German PzKpfw VIII Maus Super Heavy Tank [V2] - Version 2 (1:72 Scale)
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In June 1942, Porsche of Stuttgart was ordered by Hitler to start designing a super heavy tank, mounting a 12.8cm gun, and having maximum possible armor. Trials were to commence in May 1943, however, many difficulties arose. For example, the air-cooled motor never materialized, and the V1 vehicle had to be fitted with a modified MB509 aircraft engine, the V2 with a MB517 diesel.
Limited Edition German PzKpfw VIII Maus Super Heavy Tank - Experimenting with the Maus, Kummersdorf, Germany, Summer 1944
Limited Edition German PzKpfw VIII Maus Super Heavy Tank - "Experimenting with the Power of Maus", Kummersdorf, Germany, Summer 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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In June 1942, Porsche of Stuttgart was ordered by Hitler to start designing a super heavy tank, mounting a 12.8cm gun, and having maximum possible armor. Trials were to commence in May 1943, however, many difficulties arose. For example, the air-cooled motor never materialized, and the V1 vehicle had to be fitted with a modified MB509 aircraft engine, the V2 with a MB517 diesel.
Limited Edition German PzKpfw VIII Maus Super Tank - The Fall of the Reich, Kummersdorf, Germany, Summer 1946
Limited Edition German PzKpfw VIII Maus Super Heavy Tank - "The Fall of the Reich", Kummersdorf, Germany, Summer 1946 (1:72 Scale)
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In June 1942, Porsche of Stuttgart was ordered by Hitler to start designing a super heavy tank, mounting a 12.8cm gun, and having maximum possible armor. Trials were to commence in May 1943, however, many difficulties arose. For example, the air-cooled motor never materialized, and the V1 vehicle had to be fitted with a modified MB509 aircraft engine, the V2 with a MB517 diesel.
German PzKpfw VIII Super Heavy Tank Maus with Testbed - Testing at Kummersdorf
German PzKpfw VIII Super Heavy Tank Maus with Testbed - "Testing at Kummersdorf" (1:72 Scale)
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In June 1942, Porsche of Stuttgart was ordered by Hitler to start designing a super heavy tank, mounting a 12.8cm gun, and having maximum possible armor. Trials were to commence in May 1943, however, many difficulties arose. For example, the air-cooled motor never materialized, and the V1 vehicle had to be fitted with a modified MB509 aircraft engine, the V2 with a MB517 diesel.
Limited Edition German PzKpfw VIII Maus Super Heavy Tank - Mouse in Kubinka
Limited Edition German PzKpfw VIII Maus Super Heavy Tank - "Mouse in Kubinka" (1:72 Scale)
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In June 1942, Porsche of Stuttgart was ordered by Hitler to start designing a super heavy tank, mounting a 12.8cm gun, and having maximum possible armor. Trials were to commence in May 1943, however, many difficulties arose. For example, the air-cooled motor never materialized, and the V1 vehicle had to be fitted with a modified MB509 aircraft engine, the V2 with a MB517 diesel.
   
 
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