Panther @ Bovington

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Panther @ Bovington

Post  Parabat on Thu Dec 27 2012, 10:39

Panther at the Bovington Tank Museum.
This scheme has been debated about it's accuracy. The red colour is supposed to represent the red coloured primer that all Panzers were painted as a base coat at the factories. Towards the end of the war, some tanks were pusehed out of the factories still in their basic primer with no paint, paint to be applied in the field or at battalion level.
I believe this Panther, along with the Tiger 1 at Bovington, is still running.

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Post  joshdaarmyboy on Thu Dec 27 2012, 12:07

Thats an unusual colour scheme, thanks for the pictures,

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