About this detail of the Tiger
If you decide to add an interior to this model, there is a problem inside its turret.
In the Tiger's original design, equipment was placed on brackets welded to the inside walls of the turret. But soon, the troops complained that hits on the turret would send this equipment flying and cause injury.
After building about 50 turrets, the factory switched to a new design for storage. Metal strips were welded to the turret base and roof, standing one or two centimeters clear of the wall. Equipment boxes were fixed to these strips and not to the walls.
Rye Field apparently learned of these metal strips by studying photos of the Bovington Tiger "131". They represented the strips by molding them into the turret walls (see photo).
Unfortunately, this Tiger dates from before the invention of the metal strips. Most of the molded lines in this kit should not exist.