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Found the picture!

December 6 2007 at 2:27 PM
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Hello,
there is a book from David Jordan "Schlacht in den Ardennen" where you can see the "white Panther" on page 114.
You can see there three Panter tanks driving on an alley. The 1st tank has been painted with white color very rough by brush. The 2nd one seems to be three color regular scheme and the 3rd one looks white too.

The first tank is very close to the cammera so you can see details. He has no steel wheels, side skirts, one spare wheel attached at the turret-backside.
The crew compartment heater fan tower at the rear plate, so it should be a
G-Version (early?), right?
At the left border of the picture you can see the last digit of the turret-number, seems to be a 3 or 5.
What about copyrights? May I attach a scan to my posting?

Nevertheless...
Believing this photograph was made in the Ardennes...
you must admit...
I'm right

regards
Thomas


 
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