Borgfeldt Canada Ltd.

The German heavy assault gun "Ferdinand" is one of the most well known self-propelled artillery vehicles of Second World War. The 8,8 cm Pak 43/2 Panzerjäger Tiger (P) Ferdinand (Sd.Kfz 184) was named after its designer , Ferdinand Porsche. A total of 90 of these tank destroyers were produced. The first appearance on the front was the Battle of Kursk in 1943. Renamed into "Elefant" after modernization in February 1944, this assault gun was used on the East and Italian front. The powerful 88-mm gun and 200-mm armor made it a fatal enemy capable to hit any armored equipment of the WW2 Allies at distance of more than 1 km and it was almost invulnerable for return fire.

Equipped with the famous 88mm PaK 43/2, this vehicle was based on the “Porsche” Tiger. 48 Ferdinand Tiger were converted to “Elefants”, which saw combat on the Eastern and Italian Front.

Features tracks in segments. Includes decals for 2 German units.

50% New tooling
1/35 scale


099-3659   ELEFANT SD.KFZ.184