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Panzermuseum A7V Wotan, question.

March 15 2004 at 7:06 PM
  (Login Vil_Elliott)
from IP address 209.148.112.85


Response to The mystery of the A7V.

Does anyone know, if the perfect replica A7V, Wotan, in the Panzermuseum, actually runs? Its in such fabulous shape! Its all shiny, and pretty.. It'd be odd if it didnt actually run.

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Also.. Does anyone know how much it cost to scratch build Wotan? I mean... 200 thousand? A million? It couldnt have been all that much!

-Vil.

 
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  1. not a full-scale replica - G Creager on Mar 16, 10:49 AM
    1. full scale - Paul Krylowski on Mar 16, 11:30 AM
     


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