Elephant 1/35 model tank kits military
The Elephant was one of the secret weapons of German Army during the Battle of Kursk. However, mechanical problems and inappropriate tactical terrain did not contribute to achieve success.
The heavy tank Elefant was in fact a tank destroyer operated by German Wehrmacht during World War II. It was built in small numbers in 1943 under the name Ferdinand after its designer Ferdinand Porsche, using tank hulls that had been produced for the Tiger I tank requirement which was rejected in favour of a Henschel design.
Some model kits manufacturers have constructed this tank at 1/35 and 1/72. Here we show some of the available Elephant tank models and accessories at 1/35 scale.
1/35 Military Miniature Series No.325 German Heavy Tank Destroyer Elephant
Italeri 211 1/35 Tiger (Elefant) Tank
Platts 1/35 World War II German army Elephant Heavy Tank Destroyer w / ZIMMERIT
1/35 metal movable track Elephant for metal parts
German 8.8mm L/71 Ammo Shells for Nashorn, Elephant, Jagdpanther & Tiger II 1-35
|Armor||200 mm (7.87 in) maximum|
|8.8 cm Pak 43/2 L/71, also known as StuK 43/1|
|7.92 mm MG 34 machine gun (Elefant only)|
|Engine||2 × Maybach HL 120 petrol
600 PS (592 hp, 442 kW)
|Power/weight||9.2 PS (6.8 kW) / tonne|
|150 km (93 mi) road
90 km (56 mi) cross-country
|Speed||30 kilometres per hour (19 mph)|