Unrepairable Panthers.

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Michael Kenny
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Re: Unrepairable Panthers.

Post by Michael Kenny » 19 Apr 2019 20:54

Another wreck this time sent back to Nuremberg for 'rebuild. Large hole in RH side with what appears to be a crack in the hull side. Turret displaced by internal explosion. In fact just the sort of panzer wreck that is said not to have been worth recovering from the battlefield. The Panther behind it is in an even worse state and looks completely burnt out.
Panther wreck Nuremberg (b).jpg
Panther wreck Nuremberg (a).jpg

Technical info for those obsessing with size/'fuzziness'
Scanned at 600 dpi (with descreening enabled) from 10 in. x 6 in. plates in the Panzerwrecks book 'Nuremberg's Panzer Factory' pgs 200-201 which gives better detail than internet downloads. 19 MB images at c. 6000 x 4000. Downsized to 1200 x 800 @ 80KB-120 KB to fit on Forum.
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Re: Unrepairable Panthers.

Post by Yoozername » 19 Apr 2019 22:15

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