Tank Tiger I number 331 early series mid-production variant

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Vector illustration with side view of German PzKpfw VI Tiger I from the 509th heavy panzer battalion and used by Nazi in USSR during World War II. The tactical number "331" of the machine is painted with a Russian patterned template. This battalion does not use Teutonic cross on the side board. Armored fighting vehicle without zimmerit coating and Feifel air filters. On the corners are located single stand launchers for smoke grenades. The tank is destroyed in 1943 near to Kiev. Detailed color drawing. Isolated object over white background.

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Vector illustration with side view of German PzKpfw VI Tiger I from the 509th heavy panzer battalion and used by Nazi in USSR during World War II. The tactical number "331" of the machine is painted with a Russian patterned template. This battalion does not use Teutonic cross on the side board. Armored fighting vehicle without zimmerit coating and Feifel air filters. On the corners are located single stand launchers for smoke grenades. The tank is destroyed in 1943 near to Kiev. Detailed color drawing. Isolated object over white background.