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Old 10-11-2010, 10:32 PM
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...it looks superb...a pure german workhorse...great my friend!

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Old 10-12-2010, 03:45 AM
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Old 10-12-2010, 04:10 AM
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Hi Chad,

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i'm going to call this build done unless someone has some technical issues with it.
Do you have a scan or photo of the pictures in the concord book?
The reason why I ask, is that I really would love to see the
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mish mash of photos really.
. I just would like to make sure that it will turn out to an accurate Pz IV and not into a fantasy Pz IV H. So far it seems as if your model looks like an Krupp/Vomag hull with an Nibelungen turret.

In order to give good advices, I really would love to see the scans or photos of the Concord book.

It also looks like that it would be easier to convert the hull into a Nibelungen-hull than converting the turret into a Krupp/Vomag turret.

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i don't have a scanner that's working at the moment but give me your email. I'm curious what features would make you say the turret and hull appear as though manufactured by different factories?
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Hi Chad,

A private message is on the way to you, including my email!

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which photo hosting sites are you guys using? i use photobucket and it's great but it appears to have bandwidth limits which i was not aware of.....
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Old 10-13-2010, 03:20 PM
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I've got a question, because you're building a early Ausf. H, so have you encountered, during your research about this version, info concerning the type of muzzle brakes used at this time of production? What I mean is, if it's possible for a early Ausf. H to have a early type muzzle brake, just like the early StuG III G?

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which photo hosting sites are you guys using? i use photobucket and it's great but it appears to have bandwidth limits which i was not aware of.....
Yes, comes a time when photobucket asks you to pay for improved service.

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Try imageshack.us Chad.
I've got a question, because you're building a early Ausf. H, so have you encountered, during your research about this version, info concerning the type of muzzle brakes used at this time of production? What I mean is, if it's possible for a early Ausf. H to have a early type muzzle brake, just like the early StuG III G?

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Hi Laurent,

I mean something like this:



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