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My Tiger I Relic collection

Article about: Ever since I was a little kid I’ve been fascinated by the infamous Tiger I. Right around the time when I was in the 2nd grade or so me and father watched the great movie Kelly’s Hero’s

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    A new part was bought!
    It has a lot of damage and will take a long time to fully restore but it's a start.
    The weight of this fragment is 38 kilograms
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    I wondered at first where this part was from?..

    The barrel!

    It will look good when restored, any more parts to add to it?

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    I will take all the parts that will be found, and maybe something will come from other places.
    Here comes another small piece of this barrel protection
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    Hello, new spare parts that are worth paying attention to.
    1- part of the latch of the commander's hatch in the open position (this part consists of two parts that are welded together, it is a latch tooth and a bent plate. In my case, the latch tooth broke off from the plate)
    In one of the photos, I noticed a welding seam on a spare part that was found in Ukraine earlier
    I consider this part to be particularly rare because they were produced with an early commander's turret so not many were produced.
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    2- the rear part of the spring mine support (fragment mines were installed on the Tiger tank that protected the tank from enemy infantry that could approach the tank)
    The founder of this topic has a second part from a set of such a support.
    My part is broken but it's easy to fix with welding.
    Unfortunately, I cannot provide you with better photos, but only the ones sent to me by the seller, because of the war I have never been home and I have not been able to hold the parts in my hands or do the restoration ((
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    Hello
    Today I got a good item!
    This is the basis for fastening the gear box lever of the tiger tank!
    This plate is an addition to the shifter housing I purchased earlier.
    It became possible to assemble this mechanism completely.
    There is very little information about it on the network, so you have to look very closely at the photos and diagrams.
    This is an important event for me!
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    Hello “Evgen 1983”

    I am impressed by your patience and especially by your “Tiger tank culture”. You seem to know this tank like the back of your hand, first of all you have to identify the pieces of scrap metal that you recover, but you also have to be able to locate this scrap metal on the machine.
    I only have one word to say: BRAVO.
    I hope you have discovered a "mine" where you find all these pieces, because at this rate, it will take you a lifetime to finish your work.
    Hats off to the artist, and all my congratulations.
    Best regards from Alsace , France.
    Carfin.

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    Replenishment again)
    Today I managed to buy the fourth plate from the charger hatch closing system.
    Now I have a complete set.
    it remains to find the hatch itself)
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    Hello
    I got such a krmplekt tooth and part of fixators from the driver's or radio engineer's hatch.
    These elements were present only on submersible tiger tanks, on later models these elements were removed from the design due to unnecessary
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    Submersible Tiger Tanks..

    Like the one in the River Seine (?)..

    SS Tiger Tank Still in French River - YouTube

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