"Tiger" 1.E with interior

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"Tiger" 1.E with interior

Post by YACOV » 25 Dec 2004 09:46

Dear Colleagues!
Has decided to try yourself in superdetalings to work if you saw at this forum
Mine works it there were subject photos of my dioramas.
And has now decided to collect PzKpfw. VI Ausf. E 181 "TIGER" from Academy ITEM 1348
With an interior. Also has unexpectedly met some difficulties. Despite of weight
Information in a network about "Tiger". When business has reached concrete assembly of model has arisen
It is a lot of questions on an interior, for example, as the pedal of a brake at the prototype and fastened much
Other similar questions. Colleagues if you faced similar problems
Share please where it is possible to find the detailed information on the internal device
"Tiger". Beforehand to you it is grateful.
Look please as engine Maybach HL 430P45 has turned out, mine
Manufacturing.
Regards, YACOV.
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Post by Von Schwerin » 26 Dec 2004 18:20

Hello Comrad and Seasons greetings to you.
For lots of pictured of the Tiger try here
http://www.tiger-tank.com/
Possibly the most detailed photos ever.... I say possibly beacuse the internet is a wonderful thing and there may be more out there.

Good luck.

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Post by YACOV » 26 Dec 2004 21:39

Thanks!
I used all accessible opportunities of this resource.
Yes the Internet big, but basically, as to tanks,
It is compilation, and the original information is not present.
Regards, YACOV

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Post by YACOV » 05 Jan 2005 20:09

Look please as it has turned out ammunition.
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Post by Richard Hedlund » 05 Jan 2005 20:55

Well there is a nice collection of shells. nice engine as well. hope to see more of it soon,

/Richard

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Post by KoOkiE » 07 Jan 2005 11:41

you say you scratch built that engine? looking great! good luck on your project!

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Post by YACOV » 12 Feb 2005 11:17

See please photos of an intermediate stage
Constructions of the chassis. The ground is put and all basic are established
Parts of the chassis. At the following stage all will be established fine
Details, basically photoetched sets from "Eduard" and self-made
Parts of a design. At construction of the chassis the design of fastening of a tower has been changed
As regular fastening did not allow to lay on 4 shells in a number.
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Post by YACOV » 12 Feb 2005 11:26

See please...
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Post by YACOV » 12 Feb 2005 11:34

See please ...
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Post by Von Schwerin » 12 Feb 2005 11:55

ABSOLUTELY UNBELIEVABLE! IT'S LIKE A REAL ONE!
What scale is that?
Your work is fantastic!

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Post by Anwar bin Zapari » 12 Feb 2005 12:39

HOLY COW! Loks like the real thing!

Richard: I believe the shells are for the Tiger itself.

Signed,
Anwar

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Post by Richard Hedlund » 12 Feb 2005 13:18

Well, of course they are for the Tiger.

This is coming along nicely. The inside is wonderfully detailed and made.

/Richard

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Post by YACOV » 12 Feb 2005 13:21

Thanks the colleague!
It is 1/35 scale "Academy" a set number 1348 has been taken for a basis
Also it is creatively advanced. To undertake creation of this model of me
Job of the present enthusiasts from Bovington, Project Restoration " the Tiger 1.E " 131.
And also a presence in my city of Saratov during three years of the present
"Tiger" with serial number 251227. I very much would like to learn
Fighting way of this machine. Perhaps, that he was in 506 or 507 Battalions,
but with all confidence I do not know. Regards, YACOV.
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Post by Kurt_Steiner » 13 Feb 2005 11:14

Waoooooo!!!!! Impressive!!!!!!

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Post by Ace31 » 13 Feb 2005 12:41

Kurt_Steiner wrote:Waoooooo!!!!! Impressive!!!!!!


Yes..... 8O ..... VERY impressive !

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