1/72 scale Tiger Heavy Tank (all models available)
Here we have collected all available model kits for the German Tiger I tank at 1/72 scale. From Hasegawa, Trumpeter, Fujimi, Dragon, Airfix and many other manufactures, we compiled information that brings many different Tiger I tank kits with different camo, details, types and divisional emblems.
Zvezda Models 1/72 Tiger – Panzerkampfwagen IV Tiger Early
The German heavy tank Tiger had been manufactured during only two years since August of 1942 till August 1944, but it stayed unforgettable in the story of the World War II. Almost impenetrable front armour in combination with excellent sight and powerful long-range 88mm gun KwK 36 made Tiger the most dangerous opponent when fighting at long distance, because enemy tanks were not able to fire effectively at such range. The second kit of the new concept of plastic kits which can be assembled without the use of glue; nevertheless keeping the high standard of detail.
German Pz.Kpfw.VI Tiger I early version (1/72 scale Plastic Modelling kit) Fujimi
Dragon 1/72 Tiger I Mid-Production with Zimmerit
WWII German Sd.Kfz.181/Pz.KpfwVI Ausf. E, Tiger I Tank, Late Production, with Zimmerit, 3/s.Pz.Abt.509, Unit #311, Eastern Front, 1944. Model is a Orange Box Dragon Armor Value+ piece – comes without a plastic base and clear acrylic case lid to be able to be offered at a lower price. Resin model. Dragon Armor Tanks are carefully researched for maximum authenticity in detailing. Wheels, tracks, engines, hull accoutrements Dragon Armor are 100% true-to-scale – these don’t look like “model Tanks”, these look like TANKS. Each Dragon Armor tank comes fully-assembled and ready for display no glue, no paint, no worry about mistakes. An instant display piece or diorama centerpiece straight from the box.
Trumpeter 1/72 German Tiger I Tank Late Production
This is a Trumpeter 1/72 Scale assembly and painting required plastic model kit of the World War II era German heavy-tank Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf. H, commonly known as the Tiger I. Model kit features: WWII German heavy tank kit with detailed hull and turret exterior, vinyl track lengths and spare track links, tow cables. Decals for 4 tanks. 73 parts. Length: 116.4 mm, Width: 50.6 mm, Height: 46.4 mm.The Trumpeter 1:72 scale tanks/trucks series includes the parts for one plastic model kit. These kits are accurate representations of the featured military vehicle. The kits do not include glue or paints, but are made for quick and fun construction.
Trumpeter 1/72 German Tiger I Tank Early Version
This is a Trumpeter 1/72 Scale assembly and painting required plastic model kit of the World War II era German heavy-tank Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf. H, commonly known as the Tiger I. Model kit features: WWII German heavy tank kit with detailed hull and turret exterior, vinyl track lengths and spare track links, tow cables. Decals for 3 tanks: #332, sPzAbt 503, Russia, October 1943; #131, sPzAbt 504, Tunisia, April 1943; #S33, PzReg 2. 99 parts. Length: 116.4 mm, Width: 50.6 mm, Height: 41.5 mm.
Trumpeter 1/72 German Tiger I Tank Mid Production
This is a Trumpeter 1/72 Scale assembly and painting required plastic model kit of the World War II era German heavy-tank Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf. H, commonly known as the Tiger I. Model kit features: WWII German heavy tank kit with detailed hull and turret exterior, vinyl track lengths and spare track links, tow cables. Decals for 3 tanks: #002, sPzAbt 502, Russia, autumn 1944; #301, sPzAbt 501, Russia, December 1943; #131 sPzAbt 101, Normandy, July 1943. 81 parts. Length: 116.4 mm, Width: 50.6 mm, Height: 46.4 mm.
Dragon Models Pz.Kpfw.VI Ausf.E Tiger I Late Production with Zimmerit Military Land Vehicle Model Building Kit, 1/72 Scale
Dragon’s 1/72 scale armored fighting vehicle (AFV) collection is set to roll out some simply stunning new items. Among the vanguard is a Late-Production Tiger I and an accompanying set of crewmen. The German Tiger I is one of the most recognizable tanks of WWII. With its thick armor and potent 8.8cm gun, it terrorized enemy soldiers and tankers. Dragon has produced a 1/72 scale Late-Production variant of this formidable AFV and what’s special about the plastic model is the finely textured Zimmerit coating. The pre-molded Zimmerit is produced to an astounding level of craftsmanship and it fortunately saves modelers the burden of having to apply the coating themselves. The Tiger I includes sharply detailed components and it will be warmly welcomed as it sets a new benchmark for quality in this scale. As a special bonus, the kit includes a set of ‘tank ace’ figures. These figures have been downsized from a well-known 1/35 scale figure set, but they’re still remarkably detailed. The five figures are brand new toolings and the crewmen can be adapted to many different dioramas, theaters or time periods, as selected by modelers. The figures may be grouped together on a Tiger as indicated in the box-top art, or they can be mix and matched with any other German tank type. The fact that the Tiger I is accompanied by such an impressive crew puts this set in a class of its own, for no other manufacturer offers such an ideal combination.
Revell Germany PzKpfw IV Tiger I Ausf E Model Kit
As a superior answer to the Soviet T-34 and armoured battle tanks introduced in 1942, the armoured fighting vehicle IV “Tiger” was continually improved while it was in production. Among other things the vehicles were equipped with a new commander’s cupola and the later series from January 1944 had rubber saving steel road wheels. Driven by a water-cooled V-12 Maybach HL 230 P45 694 h.p. petrol engine, the Tiger had a max. speed of 38 km/h. It had a crew of five.
Dragon Models 1/72 Tiger I, Mid Production s.Pz.Abt.507, Poland 1944
Dragon Models 1/72 Sd. Kfz.181 Tiger I Early Production, 8./Pz.Rgt.2 “Das Reich” Kursk 1943
Probably the most famous tank of WWII is the German Tiger I. This powerful and formidable armored vehicle struck fear into the hearts of its opponents. The fame of the Panzerkampfwagen Tiger Ausf.E grew far out of proportion to its actual numbers, as only 1,347 were built from August 1942 to August 1944. The Tiger I was the first tank to mount a lethal 8.8cm gun, with the KwK 36 L/56 weapon being fitted in the heavily armored turret. The Tiger I achieved a kill ratio of 5.74:1, a figure that demonstrates its prowess on the WWII battlefield. Dragon Armor has announced a new 1/72 scale Tiger I Early-Production model. The model depicts a vehicle from 8./Pz.Rgt.2 of the elite “Das Reich” Panzer-Division fighting in the massive Battle of Kursk in July 1943. The realistic-looking Tiger I is painted in a three-color camouflage scheme, with the division’s insignia located on the front of the hull. What’s interesting about the vehicle’s markings is the Chinese character福. For those literate in the intricacies of written Chinese, they’ll recognize that it’s the word “blessing”. However, the character’s written upside down, which provides the meaning of “blessings arrived”. It’s a mystery why Chinese characters should appear on a German tank, but it certainly makes an interesting conversation point. Apart from the markings, this “lucky” Tiger I is extremely well detailed and robustly constructed.
1/72 Tiger I, Initial Production s.Pz.Abt.502 Leningrad Region 1942/43
When it released its first 1/35 Tiger I kit, Dragon created a milestone because of its extreme degree of detail, multimedia components and engineering excellence. This same level of detail is available in smaller 1/72 scale, and the newest small-scale edition of the Tiger I is an Initial Production tank of s.Pz.Abt.502. This heavy tank battalion is distinguished by the fact that it was the first to deploy the new Tiger I tank in combat. Formed in August 1942, s.Pz.Abt.502 arrived at the Leningrad front and it was soon using its Tiger tanks in battle. Dragon’s new kit allows modelers to produce the specific vehicles that was operational in the Leningrad region in February 1943 – a Tiger I with tactical number “3”. This new release of the Tiger I Initial Production tank assures model-makers of user-friendly assembly and enhanced detail and quality. It sees the introduction of newly tooled parts like brand new stowage bin. Even the tiniest details – for example, a reversed pistol port on tank is carefully reproduced. For modelers wishing to recreate a specific tank from this historically important tank battalion, this 1/72 scale kit will prove indispensable.
Dragon Models 1/72 Tiger I Late Production s.Pz.Abt.510, December 1944
Perhaps the most famous of all German tanks of WWII was the formidable Tiger I. With a reputation as fierce as its name suggests, this heavy tank introduced into service in August 1942 stalked and destroyed enemy armored vehicles across numerous battlefields in the latter half of the war. Despite its fame, a surprisingly small total of just 1,347 Tiger I tanks was built up till August 1944. The Tiger I was the first German tank to mount the deadly 8.8cm KwK 36 cannon, and boasting armor that was 120mm thick in places, it weighed in at a massive 62.7 tons. This combination of firepower and armor protection resulted in a creditable ratio of 5.74 enemy tank kills to each Tiger loss. Dragon Armor’s newest 1/72 scale model (Item No.60544) depicts one of these mighty Tiger I tanks, in this case a Late-Production version. It is presented in the markings of s.Pz.Abt.510, a unit formed in June 1944. After being equipped with its complement of Tiger Is, s.Pz.Abt.510 was sent to the Eastern Front. It fought in East Prussia and Kurland until the end of the war. The unit’s distinctive standing bear marking inside a shield is applied to the front of the hull. This exciting Dragon Armor item has a readymade Zimmerit coating applied with a master’s touch to give a fine scale appearance. It is also adorned in a typical three-color camouflage scheme. Armor model lovers won’t “bear” to be without this Tiger I in their collections.
Unimax Forces of Valor 1:72 Scale German Tiger I and Soldiers Set Battle Extreme Series
German Sd. Kfz. 181 PzKpfw VI Tiger I Ausf. E Heavy Tank with 8 Soldiers – Unidentified Unit, Normandy, 1944 (1:72 Scale). In the early 1930s, the German Army wanted to develop a heavy tank to reinforce their armored units. The Third Reich designed the Tiger tank, which was planned to be a concentration point weapon and would supplement existing armored regiments. Despite technical problems at the onset of deployment, and an unfavorable powertoweight ratio, the Tiger I was the main and dominant heavy battle tank for the German Army until the end of the Third Reich.This highly detailed 172 scale version of the German Tiger I Tank depicts the vehicle as seen at Normandy in 1944.This German Tiger I Tank is part of Forces Of Valors Battle Extreme Series of 172 vehicles and soldiers. The 172 scale die cast metal vehicle is approximately 3.5 inches long (5 inches long with gun barrel) and comes complete with a tank commander figure and four soldiers plus added accessories such as a tank trap and street light. This terrific combination of tank plus soldiers plus accessories makes a great diorama scene or playset! Forces of Valor 1:72nd Scale German Tiger I and 8 Soldiers – Normandy, 1944. 1:72nd scale replica in diecast metal and plastic. Tracks roll. Weathered paint. Totally accurate replica. Turret turns.
German Heavy Tank Tiger I Panzer in WWII, Display Pre-Built Model (Die cast & Plastic 1/72 Scale) – Snowfield Camouflage
Tiger I is the common name of a German heavy tank developed in 1942 and used in World War II. The final official German designation was Panzerkampfwagen Tiger Ausf. E, often shortened to Tiger. It was an answer to the unexpectedly formidable Soviet armor encountered in the initial months of Operation Barbarossa particularly the T-34. The Tiger I design gave the Wehrmacht its first tank mounting the 88 mm gun which had previously demonstrated its effectiveness against both air and ground targets. During the course of the war, the Tiger I saw combat on all German battlefronts. It was usually deployed in independent tank battalions, which proved to be quite formidable. While the Tiger I was feared by many of its opponents, it was over-engineered used expensive and labor intensive materials and production methods, and was time-consuming to produce. Only 1,347 were built between August 1942 and August 1944. The Tiger was prone to certain types of track failures and immobilizations. It was, however, generally mechanically reliable but expensive to maintain and complicated to transport due to its overlapping and interleaved road wheels. In 1944, production was phased out in favor of the Tiger II. The tank was given its nickname by Ferdinand Porsche and the Roman numeral I was added after the later Tiger II entered production. The initial official German designation was Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausführung H (‘Panzer VI version H’, abbreviated PzKpfw VI Ausf. H), but the tank was designated as PzKpfw VI Ausf. E in March. Forces of Valor replica is of the German Sd. Kfz. 181 PzKpfw VI Tiger I Ausf. E Heavy Tank that was attached to 3/s PzAbt. 501, then deployed to Orsha, Russia, during June 1944.
Easy Model Tiger I Late Type S.PZ.ABT.505 Russia 1944 No. 300 Military Vehicle Kit
The Tiger I was one of the most heavily armed and armored tanks of WWII, and a formidable opponent of Allied tanks. The Tiger was essentially still at the prototype stage when first hurried into service, and therefore changes, both small and large, were made throughout the production run. Production of the Tiger I began in August 1942, and 1,355 were built by August 1944 when production ceased. The Tiger was first used in action in September 1942 near Leningrad.
UNIMAX 87010 1/72 German Tiger I UNXS7010
Sporting a hide of thick armor and a mighty KwK 36 tank gun, the Tiger 1 sacrificed mobility for durability and firepower. Despite this drawback, and coupled with superior German tactics, the Tiger 1 proved a much feared foe on the battlefields of WW2. This 1:72nd model kit is masterfully detailed to capture the realism of your favorite armor. Each kit comes complete with detailed instructions and decals to create the historically accurate model. Each kit includes approximately 55 parts. Paint colors needed: Dark Yellow, Steel, Wood Brown, Flat Black, Gunmetal, Flesh, Field Gray, and Field Earth.
PzKpfw VI Tiger I Ausf E Hybrid German Army Battle Tank 1-72 by Hasegawa
Detailed 1/72 scale assembly model kit of the World War II German heavy-tank Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf.E Sd.Kfz.181, commonly known as the Tiger I. Fitted with the deadly 88 mm main gun and armored with 100mm thick steel plates, the Tiger I was an armor vehicle of unmatched strength and firepower in the Second World War. 67 parts.
HASEGAWA 31108 Pz.Kpfw VI Tiger Ausf.E (1/72 Scale)
This is the 1/72 Scale Tiger I Tank Plastic Model Kit from Hasegawa. Suitable for Ages 14 & Up. FEATURES: Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in medium gray 88mm elevates and turret rotates if desired Separate road wheels, suspension arms
1/72 Pz Kpfw VI Tiger I
The “Tiger” I was introduced in 1942 as the considered answer to the T-34 and KW type battle tanks and used for the first time on the Leningrad Front. Due to its stronger armour, which was up to 100mm thick in the nose area, and its long-range penetrating 8.8 cm 36 L/56 cannon it quickly gained a legendary reputation. From the end of 1942 the “Tiger” I was also used in Africa where it inflicted heavy losses on the Allies.- Detailed superstructure with filigree ventilation grides- Track rollers for the early Tiger I version- Movable turret with stowage lockers- Separate air filters and cable systems- Detailed tracks- Decals for 2 versions
1942 # 502 Heavy Tank Battalion WAR MASTERS 1/72 Tiger I German Army
Italeri Pz. Kpfw. VI Tiger I Ausef. E Model Kit
This kit contains two models. Each is designed for quick assembly, yet maintains a high level of detail. The Tiger was certainly the most famous armored vehicle of World War II. Its fire power and protective armor made it the dominating factor on all battle fields during the years of 1943 to 1944. It did, however, present considerable problems, due to its complex mechanical construction. The Tiger crews were continuously engaged in maintenance work, which was aggravated through extreme conditions in the African desert and the Russian Plains
Dragon Armor – 2004 – Tiger I – Mid Production German Tank – SpzAbt 508 – March 1944 – WW 2 – SD.Kfz. 181 – Die Cast – 1:72 Scale – W/ Display Case – Limited Edition – Collectible
The German Waffenamt issued an order to design the VK4501(H) (as the PzKpfw VI Ausf. E was then known) in May 1941, just one month prior to the commencement of Operation Barbarossa. Interestingly, Henschel und Sohn of Kassel was charged with building the heavily armored chassis while Krupp, by far the largest munitionwerks in Germany, was given the task of developing the turret. The PzKpfw VI Ausfuhrung E (type E) was one of the first German tanks to feature a torsion bar with eight interleaved wheels, which was designed to support the weight of the mammoth 57-ton tank. The Ausf. E mounted a huge 8.8cm KwK36 L/56 cannon and featured two MG34 machine guns for close support against enemy infantry. By war’s end, 1,354 vehicles had been produced, some rolling off the Wegmann assembly line.
*Turret rotates and gun elevates
*Accurate markings and insignia
*Comes with acrylic display case