Panther G Late Production in unique winter scheme, 1/35 Scale

Panther G Late Production in 1/35 scale from Dragon (kit#6268) Painted in the unique winter scheme found in the Haguenauer forest, north of Strasbourg in 1945. The article below will explain more. The kit provides photo etched parts and individual track links. The side skirts where added. All doors will open, the turret will turn and gun will elevate. The antenna is not glued in place for shipping and may appear leaning in some photos. Painted in Model Master acrylics and metalizers followed with Georgian oils and Mungyo soft pastels and oil pastels. Truly one-of-a-kind panther that will make a great addition to your military collection.

A column of panther G advance through the Haguenauer forest, north of Strasbourg, on 3 January 1945. They may be from either 21 Panzer-Division or Pz-Abt-5 from 25.Panzer-Grenadier-Division as they were the only units available to 1.Armee for the offensive that were equipped with Panthers. All seem to have a unique "dazzle" style of white winter camouflage paint applied over their factory camouflage schemes. The middle sign attached to the tree on the right says "Steinbruch Fischer" and points the way to a quarry." source : Concord 7042 "Panzers of the Ardennes Offensive 1944-45


PHOTO NOTE: Photography was taken with a Cannon S5 IS digital camera with florescent lighting.