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This model depicts a G version of the Panther.
Moving tracks, opening hatches, elevating guns and mg`s, traversing turret, moveable fenders. Each tool can be hidden, as well as each individual skirt.
6 MAT pose paint jobs
Geometry switching! Move one dial for all Steel wheels, or move another for single Steel wheel MAN late war version.
The Ausf. G was the third series of the Panther. Many design changes were made with this model, brought about by recommendations from the troops in the field manning the Ausf. D and A. A completely new simplified hull design was introduced on the Panther Ausf.G. Side armour was increased on the upper hull side, and the side plate was now a single piece. This was made basically to simplify production and to allow Jagdpanther production and Panther production to use the same components. The rear deck was also redesigned with a new cooling air intake and armoured exhaust louvres.
Furthermore the driver`s vision port was removed from the front plate to increase strength. Vision was now provided trough a rotating periscope, and the drivers seat could be raised and the controls extended so that he could drive with his head out of the hatch. Also, the driver`s and radio operator`s hatches were hinged on the outer side.
The Ausf G saw action on eastern, south-eastern and western fronts until the end of the war. It generally comprised over half the tank strength of the Panzer divisions, making itself felt in the last offensives in East Prussia, Hungary and Belgium. Approximately 450 Panthers were available with units under Army Group B at the start of the Ardennes offensive.
2953 Panther Ausf.G were produced by MAN in Fgst.Nr. series 120300-121443 (1143), Daimler-Benz in Fgst.Nr. series 124300-125304 (1004), and MNH in Fgst.Nr. series 128300 to 129106 (806) from March 1944 and continuing until the assembly plants were captured by the Allies in April 1945.
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