The Australian Armour and Artillery Museum recently added a replica of the Tiger. Unfortunately, it does look funny in some areas. Overall, it’s a decent replica of the Tiger considering they were stuck with a low budget. I would advise some changes to the suspension, gun, and mantlet for those who are familiar with the way the Tiger looks.
It’s a leak and I do not trust it.
5 December: VK 45.03
6 December: 1 Year Prem. Account
7 December: KV-220-2
9 December: ISU-122 Berlin
10 December: Amx 13 57 GF
11 December: KV-5
12 December: M56 Scorpion
13 December: 8,8 cm Pak 43 Jagdtiger
14 December: IS-3A
16 December: IS-2 Berlin
19 December: Cromwell Berlin
22 December: leKpz M 41 90 mm GF
23 December: Rudy
DAY 4: M46 PATTON KR
The Tiger I that was displayed in the German Tank Museum in Munster has left the collection this week. The tank is owned by a private person that loaned it out for a couple of years but its time has come now to leave. Why? Well, the owner wishes to restore it to drive-able condition again! That would be great news as Tiger 131 won’t be the only Tiger rolling then. Let’s be patient.