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Panzer IV etc

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    HHmmm, no wonder it doesn't look like a MK. IV. I'm looking at the wrong picture. I need to stop drinking while i'm at work

    Stewy, your link doesn't work mate.


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  3. #12

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    Now i am miffed Ty. Link worked ok for me. Stewy S

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    Quote by Ty Revelo View Post
    Oh, my mistake Stew. Similar shape but not the size and barrel MM for a MK. IV

    rgds, Ty
    Hi Ty

    You are correct...the first pic posted is a MK. IV. It is officially known as a:
    Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf D (Sd Kfz 161)
    if you want to get technical.

    The "D" designation is the model, hence the Ausf D.

    BTW Ausf = Ausfuhrung or Model, Mark or Design.

    There were 10 different models of the Pz Kpfw IV not including variants: Ausf A, B, C, D, E, F1, F2, G, H and J.

    The name MK. IV is a general term used to describe this series of Panzers.

    Best Regards, fischer

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