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Nord
29 Mar 10,, 23:32
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/panther%20d/_MG_2968.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/panther%20d/_MG_2972.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/panther%20d/_MG_2973.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/panther%20d/_MG_2975.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/panther%20d/_MG_2979.jpg

Stitch
29 Mar 10,, 23:36
Nice!

Is that the Dragon kit with PE?

I've just started their Ersatz M10; I'm almost ashamed to post pictures of it next to yours, Nord! Mine is very "rough" compared to yours!

Nord
29 Mar 10,, 23:45
Yes it is the Dragon kit.

Plz post your pics, I`ll follow the thread you`ll make...

http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/panther%20d/_MG_2961.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/panther%20d/_MG_2963.jpg

pennsy
30 Mar 10,, 13:19
Excellent work Nord.

Do you mind me asking what brand of paints you use?

Years ago when I was tank bashing I preferred Poly-S and found their product far superioir to anything else.

Nord
30 Mar 10,, 13:26
I am using tamiya.

Nord
30 Mar 10,, 20:14
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/panther%20d/_MG_2986.jpg

Nord
02 Apr 10,, 15:59
Here`s a little update..

http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/panther%20d/_MG_2992.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/panther%20d/_MG_2993.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/panther%20d/_MG_3015.jpg

Nord
03 Apr 10,, 21:50
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/panther%20d/_MG_3198.jpg

USSWisconsin
03 Apr 10,, 23:07
What are those cylinders on the engine deck?

Nord
04 Apr 10,, 00:17
Fueltanks, this tank was using stadtgas as fuel..

Stitch
04 Apr 10,, 03:41
What is "stadtgas"? Is that like butane/propane? I'm assuming that means it was fairly late in the War, when petrol became scarce?

sappersgt
04 Apr 10,, 04:22
What is "stadtgas"? Is that like butane/propane? I'm assuming that means it was fairly late in the War, when petrol became scarce?

Coal gas. Used for lighting (and heat) in the 19th and early 20th century. Was popular in England too. IIRC not as good as propane for an automotive fuel but then the Germans were running wood burning steam lorries by the end of the war.