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FtF Sdkfz 221

September 11 2017 at 12:36 PM
George H. Buzby  (Login Gbuzby)
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First to Fight, I'm sorry I ever doubted you. Here is a photo of 221 in Poland in 1939. It has the same front vision ports as those represented in the kit.

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peter van kempen
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nice picture!

September 11 2017, 12:58 PM 

theres always the tyres to go detail on, these basically are improvable on any kit.......
Ill try to open up the front visor, as here, very realistic....
enjoy modelling,

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James Pratt
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Re: FtF Sdkfz 221

September 11 2017, 5:31 PM 

For more info on the 221 and other vehicles saa the book "German Light Reconnaissance Vehicles" by Horst Scheibert. I would like to add that a few Sdkfz 221s were fitted with 28mm PAKs the 24 PD had at least one according to my notes most likely from the book "Death of a leaping Horseman" I hope this is of some help.

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(Login Jens_O_Mehner)
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Not a Pak, it is a 28mm Panzerb├╝chse aka sPzB 41 n/m

September 12 2017, 5:39 AM 

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Rob Pye
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Some nice build & paint pics of the FtF 221

September 12 2017, 11:04 AM 

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peter van kempen
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thanks, need the real kit for assesment of frontplate

September 12 2017, 5:33 PM 

This suddenly looks a bit wide in these pictures......
Mine are in the post from Jadar.
Cant wait.
But will have to:-)

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