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Model Art Books are published in Japan and feature the most popular and current topics in plastic model kit building. The line includes several different series and individual titles come with reference photographs, illustrations, diagrams and drawings. Selected titles include English translation and captions.
Model Art AFV Profile #2 - Tiger 1 with English Translation
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ITEM NO: MOD 821
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ANNOUNCED ON: 4/14/2011
ARRIVED ON: 5/16/2011
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AFV Profile No.2 has finally come!!

The distinct feature of AFV Profile is that it thoroughly dissects only one AFV so that the readers can be fully informed about it.

AFV Profile No.2 deals with Tiger I, common name of a German heavy tank.

Tiger I was the most fearful German heavy tank to the enemies during the World War II. This book reveals the changes of legendarily famous Tiger I with detailed illustrations. It also shows plentiful photos of currently existing Tiger I’s early, mid, and latter models including detailed files.

Furthermore, the original manual “D656/21a” of Wehrmacht is disclosed for the FIRST time in AVF Profile No.2. “D656/21a” is the multi-layer structure map of Tiger I that impeccably explains the gearbox and transmission of it.

Likewise, it carries a repair manual "D656/30a"of running gear that you can clearly see how to change sprocket wheels through photos in this book.

This issue is not only revealing the secret of Tiger I's real power, but also elucidating Wehrmacht heavy tank forces that consist of Tiger I and its power as a group.

It also introduces the best driver of Tiger I: Kurt Knispel, made the untouchable achievement with more than 163 kills, which is even better than Michael Wittmann and Otta Carius in 503 heavy tank force.
AVF Profile II also includes 18 color paintings of “SS” force, belonged to Heer and inserts 1/35 scare full view of Tiger I’s early & latter model : front, back, top, & bottom.

For the modeling part, there are 1/35 scale plastic models: Cyber Hobby - very first & mid model, Tamiya - early model, Dragon - latter model & 1/72 scale of very first model. There is also an article of interior (CMK).

B5 Size, 136 pages (color 80 pages, black & white 56 pages), 1 floor plan of insertion.