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Andrew, the front intake grill is the same size as the Tamiya G2....

November 25 2016 at 10:46 AM
Bruce Culver  (Login baker24)
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Response to Re: Andrew, if you have a Panther A/D conversion from TWS,

but the details are different - on the JgPnthr G2 the grills have all straight transverse webs, but on the G1 they were curved as for the Panther ausf A. So the grill webs would have be to be made curved as much as possible, a real pain in the patoot. Here's another shot I pulled off Google Images:
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Note how the late (G2) grills have the three vertical webs, probably where MR got that detail, but the early grills have only two.

 
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  1. Re grills. - Andrew Deley on Nov 25, 2016, 2:27 PM
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