King Tiger “Porsche Turret” plastbyggesett. Lim, maling og pensler kjøpes separat.
Length: 296mm. Image shows assembled and painted kit.
|A Tough Nut to Crack
The King Tiger was the final mass produced German tank of WWII, coming as it did in 1944. With armor 150mm thick on the front and 80mm on the sides, its hull was a tough nut to crack, while firepower was provided by a new, upgraded version of the 88mm main gun: as a result, it could tear through enemy armor of 152mm from up to two kilometers, and its survivability was a real concern for Allied armor. The first fifty King Tigers were fitted with a turret designed by Porsche, noted for its rounded design; they joined the first King Tiger unit in June 1944 which fought back against the Allies who landed in Normandy.
|Tamiya Color paints for painting the 1/35 German King Tiger “Porsche Turret”|
|Tamiya Color Spray Paint||Tamiya Color Spray Paint||Tamiya Color Spray Paint|
|TS-1 Red brown||TS-2 Dark green||TS-3 Dark yellow|
|Tamiya Color Lacquer Paint||Tamiya Color Lacquer Paint||Tamiya Color Lacquer Paint|
|LP-55 Dark yellow 2||LP-56 Dark green 2||LP-57 Red brown 2|
|LP-3 Flat black||LP-4 Flat white||LP-5 Semi gloss black|
|LP-11 Silver||LP-61 Metallic gray||LP-66 Flat flesh|
|Tamiya Color||Tamiya Color||Tamiya Color|
|XF-60 Dark yellow||XF-61 Dark green||XF-64 Red brown|
|XF-88 Dark yellow 2||XF-89 Dark green 2||XF-90 Red brown 2|
|X-10 Gun metal||X-11 Chrome silver||X-18 Semi gloss black|
|X-1 Black||X-2 White||XF-15 Flat flesh|
|XF-56 Metallic grey||XF-65 Field grey||—|
|★Useful tools and materials in the construction of your model
Item 74087 Drill Bit (1.2mm)
Item 74112 Fine Pin Vise D-R (0.1-3.2mm)
|★Present your model as it deserves to be displayed
Item 73007 Display Case F
The information on this page is correct as of February 10, 2022. Specifications are subject to change without notice.