There are fewer more famous tanks than the mighty Tiger, and there's no German ace better known than Michael Wittmann. The box contains the very last Tiger I a Late-Production variant that Wittmann was commanding during the fighting near Cintheaux in Normandy in 1944. Wittmann had a command tank with emblazoned on the turret. Until now, it's not entirely clear who destroyed his Tiger, but the turret was blown off in a bitter confrontation and the entire tank crew was killed. After knocking out some 135 enemy tanks himself during the course of WWII, this was Wittmann's final battle.