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Re: I would venture to say they are H's !!!

January 12 2012 at 6:42 AM
Alex Dutt  (Login Bagel_Technician)
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Response to I would venture to say they are H's !!!

Hi Brian,

Thanks very much for the input - Much appreciated.

I had a feeling that they were Ausf.H - In fact I had already purchased Dragon kit No.6642 (Pz.III Ausf.H 'Late') with the intention of depicting one of these vehicles - Hopefully this kit is suitable...

As a second question, (and I can appreciate that the photos are a little blurry) but is there anything visible that would lead you to beleive that the Pz.III in the first series of photos is a befehlspanzer? Because it seems logical that a command tank would be seen alongside another command vehicle (i.e. 'Moritz').

Clearly the Pz.III in the second series of shots is a befehlspanzer, complete with frame antenna on the rear deck. Hopefully Dragon (or Cyber-Hobby) release this version one day...

Thanks again for your help Brian.



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  1. Re: I would venture to say they are H's !!! - Brian J Tears on Jan 12, 2012, 1:58 PM
    1. Thanks again Brian - Much appreciated! :-) (n/t) - Alex Dutt on Jan 13, 2012, 5:21 PM

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