This model doesn’t quite measure up to COBI’s much-anticipated Tiger 131, but it’s larger and more detailed than any before it.
|Building Time ca.:||3 Hours 30 Minutes|
The hull consists only of a layer of plates and thin walls. This means that the entire interior is available for interior design. Grenades are stored in the central area, which are unattached and fall out easily if you tilt the model a little. The engine is not the usual block of molded parts, but is built completely. Visually, of course, it looks a lot nicer. The sides, front and rear armor are built in one piece and then placed on the hull. Then it is completely tiled and numerous hoses are attached as decoration.
For the tracks, QuanGuan does not rely on the copy of COBI but on their own development, which was also used on the Panzer Maus. These not only look massive, but also run very well. The only interior of the turret consists of compartments that house shells.
The quality of QuanGuan is still not the best. Everything is very tight and tiles have to be turned occasionally so that the tension is not too great. Nevertheless, the model is great for the low price.