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Is this what I think it is?
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 16, 2007 10:24 am
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came across this while surfing and wondered if it's what I think it is, open to all opinions but I thinks it's a smallturm but can't tell on what and the forum was in german Which I don't read


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Nothing there - file does not exist...

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Hi Neil
My oops just fixed

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The turret looks like chocolate cake....German chocolate

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It does look like a schmallturm. It has the stereoscopic rangefinder bulge and low profile cupola. I know the British tested a schmallturm, but did any other allies get one to test?

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 16, 2007 4:50 pm
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I had read somewhere that the Brits & US each received one. Bovington has their sadly shot up example but at least it still exists...
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- piney

It's%20got%20my%20vote....

Schmalturm on GO2WAR2.nl

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 16, 2007 5:59 pm
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piney.
the cupola seems to be to far back and on the wrong side also it doesnt have the lifting eye just in front of "the lump" my technical term??
take a closer look at my photos from bovington "click on photo"
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Perhaps image is reversed...

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Just came across this photo which I haven't seen before on the web page
www.glazik.ru/2007/02/...nther.html
and it shows what appears to be a different scmallturm then the B/W photo above fitted to an earlier Panther chassis. It lacks lifting lugs and the cupola seems lower to my eye and a closer match to the one seen behind the Tiger II


maybe a different prototype?

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 16, 2007 9:48 pm
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piney.
the cupola seems to be to far back and on the wrong side also it doesnt have the lifting eye just in front of "the lump" my technical term??
take a closer look at my photos from bovington "click on photo"
Dennis



I think it is a matter of the angle of the shot that causes the cupola to look that way.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 17, 2007 3:54 am
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piney.
in the Jentz book on the panther he states that Daimler Benz made a wooden mock up in april 1945, and was located at the benz assembly plant in august 1945
thanks for a remarkable find
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