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#1 karl stiner

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Posted 25 April 2007 - 12:29 AM

8) :D http://www.toadmanst...m/panther_3.htm
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Posted 25 April 2007 - 02:15 AM

Nice! but its an earlier Panther Ausf A rather than the Panther Ausf G which is in game right now.

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Posted 25 April 2007 - 03:52 AM

they all used the same interior man is not lke they changed.. unless the iptics and some parts changed ..
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Posted 25 April 2007 - 01:33 PM

they all used the same interior man is not lke they changed.. unless the iptics and some parts changed ..

the panther inside was never really changed only the out side :D also one of my mates has a little osprey panther book i am going to try and get it off him and scan the pictures ok tony
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Posted 25 April 2007 - 05:42 PM

they all used the same interior man is not lke they changed.. unless the iptics and some parts changed ..


The Panther A had a hatch for the driver instead of a driver's periscope and some of them also had a letter-box flap MG ports instead of the ball mount MG.

When the Panther Ausf A was first introduced, it saw service in Russia and Italy. Most of the Panther detachments deployed to meet the Allied invasion of France in mid-1944 were equipped with Panther Ausf A, and many of them were still in service at the end of the war.


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Posted 27 April 2007 - 12:16 AM

[quote name='ROMMEL 34'][quote name='Tman24']they all used the same interior man is not lke they changed.. unless the iptics and some parts changed ..[/quote]

The Panther A had a hatch for the driver instead of a driver's periscope and some of them also had a letter-box flap MG ports instead of the ball mount MG.

[quote name='"Encyclopedia of Germ tanks of WWII":kmhpta4k']When the Panther Ausf A was first introduced, it saw service in Russia and Italy. Most of the Panther detachments deployed to meet the Allied invasion of France in mid-1944 were equipped with Panther Ausf A, and many of them were still in service at the end of the war.[/quote][/quote:kmhpta4k] good info cheers mate :D
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Posted 27 April 2007 - 03:53 AM

Ok mate if you can scan it that would be great..
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Posted 09 February 2012 - 04:32 PM

Five year Bump. These Panther pics might be useful for game 2:



Panther D:

http://img21.imagesh...1/5979/pd1z.jpg
http://img3.imagesha.../3609/pd2jh.jpg
http://img96.imagesh...6/3415/pd3l.jpg
http://img269.images...9/5236/pd4y.jpg



Panther A:

http://img638.images...8/4239/pa1t.jpg
http://img42.imagesh...2/9426/pa2r.jpg
http://img20.imagesh...0/2861/pa3g.jpg
http://img15.imagesh...5/5883/pa4j.jpg



Panther G:

http://img404.images.../7756/pg1nc.jpg
http://img825.images...5/8519/pg2b.jpg
http://img26.imagesh.../9895/pg3js.jpg
http://img716.images...6/1099/pg4q.jpg
http://img13.imagesh...3/4824/pg5t.jpg
http://img816.images...6/7336/pg6a.jpg
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