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This line includes extremely detailed static military miniatures. These items are sold pre-painted, pre-assembled and ready to go right out of the box. They include realistic camouflage patterns and weathering! Titles include tanks, aircraft, ships and figures.
1/144 Elefant / Ferdinand - 12 piece Assortment
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ITEM NO: CAN 20055
SCALE: 1:144
ANNOUNCED ON: 6/30/2004
EST ARRIVAL: March 2007
ARRIVED ON: 3/8/2007
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Can.Do 1/144 Elefant / Ferdinand Series:
The Elefant (SdKfz 184) was an anti-tank vehicle sometimes called the Ferdinand, after its designer Mr. Ferdinand Porsche.

Ninety Elefanten were manufactured in just a few months during mid-1943. It was first deployed during the Battle of Kursk and, though destroying 320 Russian tanks, performed very poorly in other respects: many units broke down and they proved dangerously vulnerable to infantry, lacking a machine gun. They went on to serve in Italy in 1944 and the final units were involved in the Battle of Berlin.

This series includes;
20055-A (12%): Elefant Sd.Kfz. 184 (1.Kompanie, sPzJgAbt 653, Italy 1944)
20055-B (21%): Elefant Sd.Kfz. 184 (3.Kompanie, sPzJgAbt 653, Russia 1944)
20055-C (21%): Elefant Sd.Kfz. 184 (2.Kompanie, sPzJgAbt 653, Kursk 1944)
20055-D (12%): Ferdinand (sPzJgAbt 654, Kursk 1943)
20055-E (18%): Berge-Elefant (2.Kompanie, sPzJgAbt 653, Russia 1944)
20055-F (12%): Bergepanzer Tiger (P)
20055-X (4%): Befehlspanzer Tiger (P) (1.Kompanie, sPzJgAbt 653, Italy 1944) --- SPECIAL