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Halftrack Author
Halftrack Nov 3 2011, 7:04pm says:

yea, I know, there is much snow in the picture. Its for demonstrating reasons. ;) The next version will feature much better winterizing for the original relic maps, without touching them or any need to download. This one was actually taken in Lyon.

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modfreak22 Nov 3 2011, 7:58pm says:

why are u replacing the ostwind instead of just adding this no offense but it seems stupid to me me

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Halftrack Nov 3 2011, 8:28pm says:

historical reasons. The Ostwind was not in service by the time of the Ardennes Offensive. Only one prototype was assigned to the 1st SS Panzerdivision. That one may show up...but the Ostwind wont be constructable anymore.

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modfreak22 Nov 4 2011, 8:32am replied:

thanks i did not realize that i like having historical accuracy.

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LethalDosage Nov 4 2011, 12:41am says:

The Mobel skin looks great, and i can't believe that's Lyon!!!

Say... i've got a piano that needs moving, you think they could help? ;)

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Halftrack Author
Halftrack Nov 4 2011, 7:32am says:

is it the piano in Lorraine? ;)

The trick itself is simple, but turns out as quite a bunch of work, to make all maps look good in BotB.

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stukatankkiller Nov 4 2011, 7:44am replied: +1 vote     reply to comment
teriyakidon Nov 4 2011, 8:05am says:


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Sgt_V3n0m Nov 4 2011, 10:37am says:

IIRC didn't the Möbelwagen have a 30mm Flak 43 gun on it, instead of the common 20mm Flak 38?

Still, all I have to say to that is: OW.

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Sgt_V3n0m Nov 4 2011, 10:46am says:

Ok, I found an article about it on Achtung Panzer, and I forgot to mention that it's spelled Möbelwagen, not Moebelwagen:

Apparently the experimental Möbelwagen had the 2cm Flak 38 (the quad, not the single gun), while the Production version had the 3.7cm Flak 43 on it. Any chance of seeing an experimental version of it, out of curiosity?

Also, any chance of building a static Flak 43?

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doom44 Nov 4 2011, 11:06am says:

I didn't know there was snow on the relic maps too! :O

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Sgt_V3n0m Nov 4 2011, 11:37am replied:

Doom, I don't think there are, I think they just added the snow effect to the vanilla Relic maps.

And what is that map called again? It's been a while since I've played COH. Isn't it called Lyon or something like that?

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Celution Nov 4 2011, 12:18pm says:

Looks great, Halftrack! Glad to see you back on track (for now at least;))

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Halftrack Author
Halftrack Nov 4 2011, 12:29pm says:

its Lyon, exactly. And you are right about the Moebel, the experimental version had the 2cm Quad ,and the production the 37mm Flak 43. As seen in the pic.

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~Doctor~ Nov 4 2011, 6:19pm says:

So this is Lyon? You transformed the whole map with those winter effects! Nothing better than fighting on frozen battlefield :D

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kapulA Nov 24 2011, 2:41pm says:

Hmm, a quick q, could Tankdestroyer perhaps work his magic on this model too and give it a larger crew, like he did with the M15 GMC? :)
As it stands, the gun platform seems rather vacant.

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Halftrack Author
Halftrack Dec 22 2011, 6:00pm replied:

I would love that, too, but TD is very busy with his RL, so no chance yet. :-/ I am more than happy if he finishes the Sturmtiger. ;)

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TheGamer141 Apr 3 2015, 12:19pm says:

that Flak is a Pain in the *** more than the Ostwind!
for my US Force that is...

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The Moebelwagen was the first tryout of equipping the Panzerdivision with AA Tanks. The Armour flaps had to be released to fire.
No good news for you players, this one will replace the Ostwind Flakpanzer. Anyway, the Flak 43 will still be a mower.

Model by DmZ, Animated by Eliwood. Skin by me. Many thx to Xalibur for bringing this into the game.

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