I've used Haynes manuals to fix old British cars in the past, and since then they have expanded to about any car you can imagine. However, I didn't imagine what I would do if I had to fix a Tiger tank. I would have been in a pickle, till now. Haynes, for whatever reason has decided to put out a manual for the repair of the Tiger, and gets into pretty good detail on how the damn thing works. I can only see this as the beginning of a movement, manuals on fixing everything from IBM Selectrics to cream separators. Now if I could only get parts for this old German tank. You can get the manual at Amazon. Also a great story on MailOnline.