The trouble with molded zimmerit is that not every single tank has exactly the same pattern. There are different styles used on the Tiger and it did vary from vehicle to vehicle. Also a few Tiger I mid's did not have zimmerit, so to mold it on a kit would prevent you from building one of those tanks.
In a lot of cases its better to add your own zimmerit rather than have it molded.
I bought Dragon's Panther D with zimmerit and its actually rather poorly and incompletely (and inaccurately) done.
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