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cordenand Apr 21 2013 says:

this is going to be awesome.

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stukatankkiller Apr 21 2013 says:

is it gonna be able to turn it's turret or not ?

I beleive I ahve read that the panther/panzer 4 was unable to turn it's turret, yet the gun was still useable

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Shirby Apr 21 2013 replied:

Yes, Panther and Panzer4 were able to turn their turrets. Even the with the armor skirts on the turret. The tank you mention is a Stug 3/4, Jagdpanzer 4 or Stuh(or anything similiar).

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stukatankkiller Apr 21 2013 replied:

no, it was this, I'm not completely retarded when it comes to tanks XD I know hard to believe....

the vehicles you mentioned don't have turrets....

this is a real picture of the thing, it's behind the porsche

and here is the qoute "Interesting conversion was Ausf D1 (some sources state that it was an early model Bergepanther) fitted with bolted on PzKpfw IV Ausf H’s turret (that could not be traversed), which served as a command tank of schwere Heeres Panzerjager Abteilung 653 on the Eastern Front in early/mid of 1944."

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Shirby Apr 21 2013 replied:

Well thats something different then. The D1 is a special modifikation, from your question it sounded entirely different to me, like you asked if a basic Panther/panzer 4 could turn its turret. Then it really depends what they want this to be and Im not entirely sure if thats 100% correct since its says: "some sources state...". Time to travelback in history and steal some blueprints!

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stukatankkiller Apr 21 2013 replied:

seriously, what kind of an idiot would ask if a panther or panzer 4 could turn it's turret HAHHAHAHAHA

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Shirby Apr 21 2013 replied:

Well some people just get confused with the mass of tanks and numbers out there and someone who doesnt know anything about tanks might mistake the Panzer 4 with a jagdpanzer 4.
Imagine you read an article with just some text saying the Jagdpz4 cant turn due to a stuck turret (just making up random **** right now) and then you see a Pz4 you might mistake them actually. But obviously everyone who knows a bit about tanks realizes that

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TheTarman Jul 12 2013 replied:

Someone who didn't know? Maybe?

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paillette May 20 2013 replied:

Nope, it was unable to turn its turret because the ring's size didn't fit. It was welded on the Bergepanther.

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Sturminfantrist Jun 25 2013 replied:

I read in a Model magazin the same , Turret cant be turned because bolted on Panthers deck and in Command Tanks often the Gun Breech was removed to save space for more Radios only the Barrel was left sometimes replaced with a normal steel tube so he is not recognized as a command tank

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modber Apr 21 2013 says:


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dansta1990 Apr 21 2013 says:

Chassis from Panther turret of Panzer IV and what it takes to be show me the picture archive is tied that such a "solution" there.

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Blitzkriegrekrut Apr 21 2013 says:

A Panzer IV Tower of a Panther chassi?! o.O

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Shirby Apr 21 2013 replied:

Theres shitloads of weird german tank prototypes lol. (just like Beta said). Theres even a Tiger-prototype with rear or front mounted turret which looks even way more strange xD

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BobbyTheGreatCZ Apr 22 2013 replied:

I think thisd looks cool as hell. I would even take it as regular tanks. Just love the design.

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βéϯд Apr 21 2013 says:

Seriously nobody has seen this before? This is older than the internet (seriously 1940's xD) but anyway if you just Google Panzerkampfwagen IV/V you will find this.

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hobosr4evr Apr 21 2013 says:

I'm liking the model

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STRIKER50450 Apr 21 2013 says:

looks awesome

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Kitty-hunter Apr 21 2013 says:

I cannot wait any further...

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MarcN Apr 22 2013 says:


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foo_jam2002 Apr 27 2013 says:

Nice detail.

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L48 Barrel Model - DMz.
UVMap & Model Edits - DMz.
Max and new Annimation Assignment ect - DMz.
Turret Occlusion and new Extra parts Occlusion Map - Beefy^.
OE Work - DMz & Beefy

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