Mostly die cast metal construction with some plastic parts.
Of all the tanks produced by the Germans during World War II, the Tiger is probably the most famous. Mounting the dreaded "88" which was used so effectively by Rommel against the British infantry tanks, and armored to withstand any allied anti-tank gun, the Tiger inspried fear in opposing crews. The Tiger I was designed before the advantages of sloped armor had been realized by the Germans, and it was far from a perfect vehicle. Yet the Tiger had a psychological effect which went far beyond its capabilities. To green troops, every German tank became a "Tiger."
Caution: This item is an adult collectible designed for use by persons 14 years of age and older.