I saw a video about the capture of tiger 131. The tank attacked a group of churchills guess they were bold thinking they out classed the Churchills and had nothing to fear the churchills fired with their 6pdrs and one shot hit the lower part of the gun mantelet now the cgi slow mo showed the round began to shatter but enough mass was deflected that it didn't show it penetrating the deck but fragments I think it showed broke off inside and destroyed the radio possibly killed the driver and damaged the traversing gear. The crew then abandoned their disabled tiger and the British captured it the next day. It's considered the best preserved tiger left and the only running one but I thought I had read that two different groups were trying to restore a tiger to running condition if so I hope they succeed since they are so rare now. Also I'm surprised that the crew bailed weren't they suppose to try to save their tank and if not destroy it as to not let it be captured intact, seems a lot of tanks captured by the allies were just that tanks damaged in combat the crews bail out and leave the tank behind and without setting demolishing charges. I still think it something the allies capturing those remantufacturing factories for tanks in my panther book it has a few pics of a factory setup for rebuilding panthers the stock yard full of dozens of stripped turrets and stacks of track sets. The assembly line a line of tanks in various stages of reconstruction. It's impressive to see the large scale they went thru to try to keep tanks in combat and those were just the one they couldn't repair in the field.