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Lion Roar is a Chinese company dedicated to the manufacture of high quality detail sets for plastic model kits. Their products include photo-etched frets, tools, cast metal, turned alloy and resin figures. All of these items are professionally designed, precisely machined, and are dedicated to fit plastic static models from all over the world.
1/35 Tiger I (Late Version) Metal Mesh detail set - for AFV 35079
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ITEM NO: LNR LAM033
SCALE: 1:35
ANNOUNCED ON: 4/5/2006
ARRIVED ON: 5/25/2006
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1/35 Tiger I (Late Version) Metal Mesh detail set - for AFV 35079

This set upgrades a 1/35 Tiger I with metal mesh, insignia and more.

Parts included:
Two photo-etched sheets
Sheet 1: 4 parts
Sheet 2: 11 parts

About the Tiger I:
The Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf. E Tiger I (listen (help·info)) was a heavy tank of World War II, developed by Germany.

Originally developed under the name Pzkw VI Ausf. H the tank was redesigned as Ausf. E (Ausführung Ger. "version") in March 1943. The tank was also known as the Mark VI-E, Panzer VI-E, PzKpfw VI-E or Sd.Kfz. 181 (Sonderkraftfahrzeug 181), although in general it was commonly known as the Tiger I or simply the Tiger.

The Tiger I was in use from late 1942 until the German surrender in 1945. It was given its nickname by Ferdinand Porsche. The design served as the basis for other armoured vehicles, including the Tiger II, or King Tiger tank, and the Sturmtiger self-propelled gun.