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ENGINE REPAIRS ON A SDKFZ251. THE ENTIRE FRONT SUPERSTRUCTURE HAS BEEN REMOVED.  THE COOLING FAN ASSY IS IN THE RIGHT FOREGROUND.

ENGINE REPAIRS ON A SDKFZ251. THE ENTIRE FRONT SUPERSTRUCTURE HAS BEEN REMOVED. THE COOLING FAN ASSY IS IN THE RIGHT FOREGROUND.

This Panzer 4 Ausf H crew is standing around while repairs are being made to the engine

This Panzer 4 Ausf H crew is standing around while repairs are being made to the engine

https://flic.kr/p/rRH1k2 | Repair work for replacement engine "Maybach» HL210 tank "Tiger» №141 (Pz.Kpfw. VI Ausf.E) 1st Company of the 501st Heavy Tank Battalion of the Wehrmacht (s.Pz.Abt.501). Tunisia, 1943

Repair work on the replacement engine 'Maybach' tank 'Tiger' № 141 (Pz.E) Company of the Heavy Tank Battalion Wehrmacht

Repair work on the replacement engine 'Maybach' tank 'Tiger' № 141 (Pz.E) Company of the Heavy Tank Battalion Wehrmacht

Work is done on an unknown Tiger's carburetors, Tiger 313 sits in the background, central front, Soviet Union, January The engine in this Tiger is a Maybach

The Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger was probably the most famous German tank of the war.

Tiger engine maintenance.

A instructor teaching mechanics the specifics of operation and maintenance of a Tiger 1 Maybach HL 210 Engine Assembly

Operation "Citadel", Russia, June 1943: Crew members of Panzer VI (Tiger I) perform engine maintenance. The Tiger was famous for its engineering complexity and the often sensitive motor. Fixing even small problems required considerable training, which, as the war advanced, it became scarce due to time pressures and replenishment manpower needs. "Great in battle - when it worked."

[Photo] German tanker performing maintenance on a Tiger I heavy tank, near Kursk, Russia, summer 1943, photo 2 of 2

[Photo] German tanker performing maintenance on a Tiger I heavy tank, near Kursk, Russia, summer photo 2 of 2

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Tiger I tank code of schwere Panzer-Abteilung 508 Italy 1944

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