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silian

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#1 13 years ago

I'd like to see these made: Pz.Kpfw KV-IA 753(r) mit 7.5cm KwK40 L/43: 01g.jpg (Sturm)Pz.Kpfw KV-II 754(r): 17g.jpg Flakpanzer T-34 747(r): f8g.jpg 7.5cm PaK97/38(f) auf Fgst Pz.Kpfw T-26C 740(r) (7TP Chassis): f03g.jpg Flammpanzer B2(f): http://www.missing-lynx.com/art_gallery/art_german/panzerkampfwagen_b2_f_sarson.htm Pz.Kpfw 35S 739(f): somua_13.jpg 15cm sFH18/1(Sf) auf Gw Lorraine Schlepper(f) Sd.Kfz.135: f02g.jpg 7.5cm PaK40/1 auf Fgst Lorraine Schlepper(f) Sd.Kfz.135: 02g.jpg 32cm s.W.G.40 auf Fgst Lorraine Schlepper(f) Sd.Kfz.135 "Stuka zu Fuss": 04g.jpg Artillerieschlepper C7P(p): 20g.jpg




Tuge

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#2 13 years ago

I would like to see them too, but I think there are lots of more important things to do.




emonkies

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#3 13 years ago

Im all for seeing that KV-1 with the German 75mm L/43 main gun. Would also ike to see the Flakpanzer 747(r) and a Panzer 747(r) but based on a T-34/76 and it needs the side skirts.




Artie Bucco

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#4 13 years ago
Anlushac11Im all for seeing that KV-1 with the German 75mm L/43 main gun. Would also ike to see the Flakpanzer 747(r) and a Panzer 747(r) but based on a T-34/76 and it needs the side skirts.

most pictures that i have of captured T 34s are without sideskirts and i do have a good deal of them. The only unit that probably did do it is the 2nd SS which was able to capture about 50 T 34s in a Kharkov factory.

He are some pics of captured T 34s and KV1s in the snow




emonkies

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#5 13 years ago

True, BUT IT LOOOOKS SOOO COOOL!!!!!

PzKfw T-34 747(r) depicting the PzIII commanders cupola mod. MMakinenPzT34-747a.jpg

PzKPfw T-34 747(r) IIRC this is the 3rd S.S. Division t34_58.jpg

In the Osprey New Vanguard series, number 9 "T-34 medium tank 1941-1945" , there is a color plate of a T-34/76 model 1941 in Italian markings. It belonged to 62 Gruppo, 120 Reggimento d'Artigleria, southern Russia, summer 1942. It is a Russian light green and has big white crosses on each side of the turret and a white sheet on engine deck right behind turret and a white sheet on ftop of front of turret by gun manlet. The sheets look like thier being used as aerial ID panels.

Sorry I would post it but I dont have a scanner.




D-Fens

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#6 13 years ago

a T-26C is not a 7TP though yes it's close. I'm not sure if the Vickers 6ton, T-26 and 7TP is exactly the same chassis. more captured here http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?p=525007




Tas

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#7 13 years ago
Anlushac11True, BUT IT LOOOOKS SOOO COOOL!!!!! PzKfw T-34 747(r) depicting the PzIII commanders cupola mod. MMakinenPzT34-747a.jpg PzKPfw T-34 747(r) IIRC this is the 3rd S.S. Division t34_58.jpg In the Osprey New Vanguard series, number 9 "T-34 medium tank 1941-1945" , there is a color plate of a T-34/76 model 1941 in Italian markings. It belonged to 62 Gruppo, 120 Reggimento d'Artigleria, southern Russia, summer 1942. It is a Russian light green and has big white crosses on each side of the turret and a white sheet on engine deck right behind turret and a white sheet on ftop of front of turret by gun manlet. The sheets look like thier being used as aerial ID panels. Sorry I would post it but I dont have a scanner.

I want to see those ingame too, but not without the side, rear fuel drums.. :naughty:




Ohioan

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#8 13 years ago

I am 150% for giving early-war Axis some captured French and Polish stuff. I know it may not be historically accurate for all theaters of war, but axis NEEDs these vehicles to make balanced maps.

Captured S35s and Char Bis tanks were common sights. Hell, Germany captured anything it could get its hands on. Captured T-34s, IS tanks, KV tanks. The 7tp chasis with the 75mm gun on it might be a good early war TD.




silian

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#9 13 years ago
D-Fensa T-26C is not a 7TP though yes it's close. I'm not sure if the Vickers 6ton, T-26 and 7TP is exactly the same chassis.

The T-26 and 7TP tanks were both based on the Vickers 6 ton, and all share similar charicteristics, including the chassis and wheel arrangement (with minor variations). By mentioning the 7TP, i meant that it could be made using the 7TP, though it would not be as realistic as the original based on the T-26. What about the the infamous Sherman Firefly VC captured during Operation Goodwood, and used in Normandy by the Germans. http://www.achtungpanzer.com/ctpic.htm http://www.track-link.net/gallery/62 The Firefly, Pz.Kpfw. 35S 739(f) and the Artilerie Schlepper C7P(p) would require only a reskin, to create as the vehicles on which they were based are already in the mod or are forthcoming (C7P), and would require little or no re-modelling.




D-Fens

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#10 13 years ago
silianThe T-26 and 7TP tanks were both based on the Vickers 6 ton, and all share similar charicteristics, including the chassis and wheel arrangement (with minor variations). By mentioning the 7TP, i meant that it could be made using the 7TP, though it would not be as realistic as the original based on the T-26.

Thanks but I already knew that and I hope that the devs won't do that kind of "cheating"




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