Panther In PzDiv Feldherrnhalle 2 Colours?

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Postby Glen B » Mon Oct 24, 2011 2:32 am

Anyone have any information or comments on this one?

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Postby Dietrich » Mon Oct 24, 2011 11:58 pm

HI Glen B,
Sorry but by comments .....do you mean do we like it...... or are you asking is it Historically accurate ?
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Postby Saxondog » Tue Oct 25, 2011 1:02 am

Unit history and Panther allocations to unit,some other information that may be useful.

http://www.panther1944.de/en/sdkfz-171- ... rgt-4.html
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Postby Glen B » Tue Oct 25, 2011 1:11 am

Dietrich wrote:HI Glen B,
Sorry but by comments .....do you mean do we like it...... or are you asking is it Historically accurate ?
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Historically accurate.

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Postby Glen B » Tue Oct 25, 2011 1:48 am

Saxondog

Thanks, thats interesting :D

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Postby Saxondog » Tue Oct 25, 2011 2:45 am

Your welcome,the main site is Panther 1944,I used this site to track down my Jagdpanther build Attached to FGB IN dEC.1944.The site contains information on all Panther versions. Also the links page is another excellent source. As for the Panther your have chosen I SAY GO FOR IT :thumbup:

The unique camo patterns are always interesting,and the smaller units that fought so hard in the finale months really make for interesting model subjects. Best of luck, Saxondog

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Postby Ardennen » Tue Oct 25, 2011 6:16 pm

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Definitely yes: this camo is correct for Feldherrnhalle ! ;D


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Postby Glen B » Fri Dec 23, 2011 3:04 pm

UPDATE

Looks like that camo may be typical of a late MHN production Panther, according to the last 4 pages of this site; http://www.ampscentralsouthcarolina.org ... l_Mito.pdf

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Postby JayBrd » Sat Dec 24, 2011 3:51 am

Glen B wrote:UPDATE

Looks like that camo may be typical of a late MHN production Panther, according to the last 4 pages of this site; http://www.ampscentralsouthcarolina.org ... l_Mito.pdf




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Postby Glen B » Sat Dec 24, 2011 6:09 pm

JayBrd wrote:
Glen B wrote:UPDATE

Looks like that camo may be typical of a late MHN production Panther, according to the last 4 pages of this site; http://www.ampscentralsouthcarolina.org ... l_Mito.pdf




:thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:


I'll know tomorrow if I am going to make up the new Panther G in that camo.

The reason it will be finalized tomorrow is that if my wife gives me a Panther reference book for Christmas and it has some other good references that are different, I could hear "so are you going to build it like one of the one's in the book?" ;)

IMHO, this is not real likely, I don't even know if I am getting a book and my search for one on the late Panther colours has not yielded very much, so they may be hard to find.

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Postby Saxondog » Sat Dec 24, 2011 6:14 pm

This may help in your research-http://www.panther1944.de/en/hyperlinks.html
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Postby Glen B » Sat Dec 24, 2011 7:03 pm

Thanks

I have a question on that site's forum about the MHN factory stripped camo but as of today, have not got any replies.

Its like I found when I researched my Abt 503 east front Porsche Tiger II, the late war stuff is way more challenging to get pictures and data on than the earlier stuff.

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Postby Glen B » Sun Dec 25, 2011 5:05 pm

Glen B wrote:I'll know tomorrow if I am going to make up the new Panther G in that camo.

The reason it will be finalized tomorrow is that if my wife gives me a Panther reference book for Christmas and it has some other good references that are different, I could hear "so are you going to build it like one of the one's in the book?" ;)

IMHO, this is not real likely, I don't even know if I am getting a book and my search for one on the late Panther colours has not yielded very much, so they may be hard to find.


UPDATE, no book and that's OK.

Looks like it will be done in the "image" of that colour plate and the historic reference I found. :D

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Postby JayBrd » Thu Jan 05, 2012 6:15 pm

Glen B wrote:
Glen B wrote:I'll know tomorrow if I am going to make up the new Panther G in that camo.

The reason it will be finalized tomorrow is that if my wife gives me a Panther reference book for Christmas and it has some other good references that are different, I could hear "so are you going to build it like one of the one's in the book?" ;)

IMHO, this is not real likely, I don't even know if I am getting a book and my search for one on the late Panther colours has not yielded very much, so they may be hard to find.


UPDATE, no book and that's OK.

Looks like it will be done in the "image" of that colour plate and the historic reference I found. :D



Glen I may suggest the panzer tracts No. 5-2 and 5-3. highly detailed info and priceless documentation.

or you could go here also http://www.panther1944.de/en.html
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Postby oz » Fri Jan 06, 2012 11:09 am

not sure if its pic's you want but here's three!
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Postby oz » Fri Jan 06, 2012 11:25 am

make that four!
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