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Panther ausf A grill vs ausf G

February 27 2017 at 3:03 PM
steve faxon  (Login noxafs)
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Response to Panther D/A and early Jagdpanther radiator grill

I'm hoping this picture might help with some dimensional issues that are hard to see with the way I presented the grill in the previous post and photo......here it is next to a Tamiya ausf G grill..... not terribly obvious I guess, but in 1/48 it would be hard to see.....rest assured the resin part is larger in diameter....PT call it a 14 spoke version and it is seen in several drawings of early Panther ausf A and Jagdpanthers Also in the works are several very early Ausf D types and the later Ausf A spiral arm type.....

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This message has been edited by noxafs on Feb 27, 2017 8:13 PM


 
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