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Panther Ausf. A Late 1/35 from Meng

Well, this is my first article so bear with me a moment. This project took me one and a half a month. Kit is from first batch so metal gun barrel is include, also I bought movable runnig gear with movable tracks. Great kit but not for beginner[...]

Tamiya 1/35 Panther G and Miniart Base

This is the Tamiya 1/35th Panther G on the Miniart base. It's an attempt to recreate the latter stages of the Battle of the Bulge, when the Germans had to retreat, abandoning much of their equipment due to lack of fuel. I went for the abandoned [...]

Takom’s New Kit Announcements

With the Nuremberg Toy Fair in full swing, 'tis the time for manufacturers to let us have a peek at what's coming. And Takom does not disappoint with their previews of 1/35 vehicles... The Bergepanzer 2 is an armored recovery vehicle based on t[...]

Top Secret for 50yrs. Royce Williams Korean War story for Panther fans..

A follow up interview to TC's story... of Williams accomplishments in the Korean War as a Navy Pilot in his Grumman Panther taking on 7 Migs and downing 4 of them. Its neat to read about William's story when it broke out and then the frosting[...]

Panther D

So, I know that the panther never came in Panzer Grey, but I decided to play around with a Grey panther tank with some primer red bits on it. I would appreciate criticism on what i have done rather than what it is supposed to be. Many thanks to [...]

Germany’s best on battlefront

On a break! Decided since I posted Germany’s most feared tank I should post Germany’s best tank of WW2. This is my example of the Panther IV tank. Any suggestions or comments are gladly accepted.

Takom Panther early, interior

There is a lot of these Takom Panther kits and I'am one of them who is working on it. For now I'am finished with interior. Lets continue with the Wheels and exterior.

Panther

One of my "older" models. I hope you like it. It was the old Tamiya kit and it got some modifications. It was my first model with "heavy weathering" also.

RFM Panther continues. Plastic modeling , or oragami?

I must admit that I just about scrapped the idea of the interior during this latest phase. First the torsion bars are much more fiddly than Dragons, getting everything to line up was a bit of a bear. I used toothpicks, which worked well. Next[...]

RFM Panther update

I have been steadily plugging away at the kit, and still am impressed with many facets of it. One thing though that amazes me is small "misses". For example on the engine deck there are two covers towards the rear. On Late Panthers these are [...]