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Thanks All

May 31 2017 at 6:09 PM
Scott Dutton  (Login duttons)
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Response to Driving position

Thanks everyone for your input, that has cleared a lot up for me and made job a little easier especially in relation to crew.
Its amazing how preconcieved ideas cloud your thinking, you see photos of late war tanks and almost every post war tank with drivers head out, and personal experience and you then believe it is the norm. How wrong, thanks for setting me straight.

Will continue to research this battle(s) but heading to what seems to be described as an early G, my intent was just to get the later muzzle brake on that typifies a P IV to me, and to have the colour scheme and figures at least not conflicting.

its what I love about this hobby, something so simple can lead to a journey of research discovery and even travel. Thanks again.
Scott


 
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