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Sd.kfz. 222

September 27 2008 at 12:51 PM
  (Login BranoHerain)
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Hello

My 222 is ready for paint...


 
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(Login George_Bradford)
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Why Those Visors...

September 29 2008, 5:04 PM 

Hi Brano;

Why are the two front visors the same size????
Shouldn't the left front visor be the larger size?

George Bradford

 
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(Login GeoFF03)
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Re: Why Those Visors...

September 29 2008, 9:13 PM 

Are they not just the early style? Tamiyas 1/35 222 and 223 have different visors.

Brano, don't forget the handles for the jerrycans on the rear fenders.


    
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(Login 28juni14)
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Those visors....

September 30 2008, 9:36 PM 

...yes, they were alike on the initial prototype, and some following in the early production batch. However, I have never seen a photo of a 222 in a combat theatre of operations that did not have the small visor to the right of the driver. This is true of even the early version without the raised driver's roof.

 
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