Home » Product Info »
TAM35325

1/35 German Tank Destroyer Elefant

Product Info
TAMIYA

TAM35325
1/35 German Tank Destroyer Elefant
By TAMIYA
$74.99 CAD    
Order Quantity:  
Click to Enlarge
click to enlarge

More like this... 1:35 Plastic Model Armour Kits
But only from... TAMIYA
All items from... TAMIYA


 Inventory Status Legend
StockStock availability for on-line ordering
1
$74.99
Warehouse ?
StockStock availability for pick up
1
$74.99
Warehouse ?
0
$74.99
Store - Charlottetown ?
1
$74.99
Store - Edmonton ?
1
$74.99
Store - Mississauga ?
0
$74.99
Store - Ottawa ?
This live feed information is to be used as a general guide to current inventory. There is no guarantee of availablility.
SPECIFICATIONS
1/35
Scale:
236 mm
Length:
97 mm
Width:

FEATURES
  • Length: 236mm, Width: 97mm
  • The imposing form of the Elefant, including its 8.8cm gun and large fighting compartment, has been accurately reproduced based on a thorough study of an actual museum example.
  • One-piece fighting compartment is made via slide molding technique.
  • The main gun, engine grilles, and detailed suspension are designed to ensure easy assembly.
  • The tracks feature one-piece straight sections with realistic sag effect.
  • Kit comes with commander, loader, and driver torso figures.
  • 3 marking options included to depict vehicles deployed to the Italian and Eastern fronts.

The German heavy tank destroyer Elefant was armed with a powerful 8.8cm L/71 gun which could knock out T-34 tanks at a distance of 2,000m, protected by armor up to 200mm thick, and equipped with advanced features such as a hybrid drivetrain. It had its roots in the Porsche-designed Ferdinand, which was first deployed into combat during the Battle of Kursk in 1943. The lessons learned from that battle resulted in modifications including the addition of a commander's cupola, a machine gun for infantry defense, and better tracks and the enhanced vehicle received the new designation Elefant in February 1944. Elefants were deployed to Italy and the Eastern Front, where they continued to defend against Allied forces until the final skirmishes of the war.

click image to enlarge
ADDITIONAL PHOTOS
   
4950344353255 4950344353255