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Panther in disguise

Article about: Annoyed from this ads?   Panther of Panzer Brigade 150 disguised as an M10 tank destroyer during operation Greif, it looks quite convincing from this angle!...

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    A superb source of info on this part of the battle can be found.....here

    http://www.afterthebattle.com/store/...ge_default.jpg

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    Quote by Paul D View Post
    Never seen this one before Paul , very intersting as i am guiding another Bulge Tour later this week !!
    Paul, do you include the museum in Diekirch on your tour ?

    National Museum of Military History Diekirch - Visit Luxembourg

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    Unfortunately not Tony , we visit La Gleize , 101 Airborne in Bastogne , Mardasson in Bstogne and La Roche en Ardenne.

    Diekirch is very good but not on our itineray !!

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    The others are all good museums though ! Enjoy.

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    Quote by Silberkreuz View Post
    Hi Paul, how unorthodox, but brilliant. it must have been left due to lack of fuel as it does not look damaged. Good posting.
    Regards SK
    or because of some bazooka
    This book is excellent in the history of this unconventional
    Panzerbrigade 150
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    Quote by another ant View Post
    or because of some bazooka
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    Thanks for posting, a few of those photos look like the same vehicle and building as in the photo i posted. That looks an interesting book!...

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    If you're keen on the subject, Dragon Armor make both kits and prebuilt diecast models of 2 of the altered Panthers.

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    Quote by lithgow View Post
    If you're keen on the subject, Dragon Armor make both kits and prebuilt diecast models of 2 of the altered Panthers.
    I've seen the kits, it's great that models of such obscure vehicles are on the market!...

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    is recognized that there were 5 of these models and with these two and we have 6???

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    They do an even more obscure Panther-a recovery vehicle with the turret from a Mk IV mounted on it. Dragon Models 60664 - Sd.Kfz.179 Bergepanther Display Model, German Army sPzAbt.653, USSR, 1944: The Flying Mule

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