This Jagdpanther doesn't reflect any individual machine but it represents M.N.H assembled Jagdpanthers between December 1944 and the end of WWII. All of them produced at this time were painted this way. 

This particular vehicle is a survivor of the 12 Jagdpanthers issued to the 116th Pz...read more

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 Lieutenant) October 13, 2016

The Maybach 230 engine was sounding great at Tiger day 2014, and the bad weather really added to the tough look of the authentic Tiger I. Read the following passionate commentary written by a user, it's exciting:

"I like American tanks...but man....the Tiger I....this tank out of ALL...read more

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 Lieutenant) October 13, 2016

The hand crank starter, is the recommended way of starting a Tiger in cold weather conditions, it also has an electric starter. The inertia starter " Schwungmasse " works by rotating a heavy mass at speed, once it reaches 60rpm a lever is pulled below the hand cranking arm, this pushes the...read more

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 Lieutenant) May 11, 2016

The latest in the series, Richard "The Challenger" Cutland takes a closer look at the Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger I Ausf.E (SdKfz 181). The first episode offers a short introduction to Tiger 131's history. Discover this beautiful tank by visiting the Tank Museum in Bovington, UK.

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 Lieutenant) May 01, 2016

M4A1(75) Cruiser Grizzly Tank I "Robin Hood" Groesbeek, The Netherlands. This tank was one of the Canadian Grizzly tanks delivered to Portugal and were in service until the 80´s. 

This Grizzly was probably a small arms fire target and was a gift to the Bovington Tank Museum in the 80´s,...read more

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 HQ Comando Supremo) March 21, 2016

Today, only a handful of Tigers survive in museums and exhibitions worldwide. The Bovington Tank Museum's Tiger 131 is currently the only one restored to running order. Tiger 131 was restored to its original war time specification after a two-year restoration project. It cost £80,000. It is...read more

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When you look at the huge ‘monster’ that is A39 Tortoise it is very tempting to draw immediate comparisons with the German tank destroyers, Elephant, JagdTiger, and JagdPanther. Tortoise might be regarded as the British answer to German monsters such as...read more

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