Late variant Tiger I Ausf E of commander Klaus-Peter Muller

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Vector illustration with side view of heavy German tank Panzerkampfwagen  VI Tiger I late production from 507-th Heavy Panzer Battalion, used in World War II, fighiting in Poland around Zambrow, late summer 1944. On turret is painted a tactical number "334" with black lined white nummerals. First large "3" means Kompanie number, followed by smaller interior digits "34" for the Zug and individual tank number. This family panzers has a additional link tracks for armour on front and side of machine. Armored fighting vehicle with zimmerit cover used against magnetically attached anti-tank mines. Realistic color drawing with many details. Isolated object over white background.

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Vector illustration with side view of heavy German tank Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger I late production from 507-th Heavy Panzer Battalion, used in World War II, fighiting in Poland around Zambrow, late summer 1944. On turret is painted a tactical number "334" with black lined white nummerals. First large "3" means Kompanie number, followed by smaller interior digits "34" for the Zug and individual tank number. This family panzers has a additional link tracks for armour on front and side of machine. Armored fighting vehicle with zimmerit cover used against magnetically attached anti-tank mines. Realistic color drawing with many details. Isolated object over white background.