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Hello, my first group build, I have a kit and I now have an image host for the first time ever, so lets post some pics. I picked up this Dragon 1/72 Pz.Kpfw III Ausf. M w/Schurzen a few months back from ebay while building out the stash, looks like a decent kit and even comes with some Photo Etch, I may add an after market barrel if I can get my hands on one. I've used the Dragon DS tracks before and they seem ok, plus the join can go behind the Schurzen, will see how it goes. Some pics before I get started. A goovy box some instructi
My first GB and my first III. As I've never built one before, I've gone back to start with an Ausf. A. I've got less wheels to paint, so I'm already ahead! There's a lot of plastic in this Bronco kit, 5 sprues plus hull plus 200 track links plus 400 pins (another first for me - working track links). No interior, but a lot of detail inside the turret for me to stress over before hiding it away. Only 10 Ausf. A's were built before suspension issues put an end to them, but a few of them made it into Poland in 1939. I'll be building the box art one, Bronco think it's a 1
Panzer III On the Battlefield 2 World War Two Photobook Series Peko Publishing The Panzer III was developed due to a lack of medium armour by the Third Reich in the mid 30s and as an adjunct to their lighter Panzer I and IIs that were still deemed suitable for the task early on, and they began WWII with predominantly light tanks that were often outgunned and relatively lightly armoured compared to their opponents, with only the III capable of meaningful armour-on-armour combat. Only the Blitzkreig tactics gave them the advantage, and following on from this
We have just received the latest batch of new release from Miniart which includes their new Pz.Kpfw.III Ausf.C. •This kit contains 1171 parts. •EVERYTHING you need for an ACCURATE MODEL in ONE BOX. •First model of Pz. Kpfw. III Ausf. C reproduced in PLASTIC •Highly detailed modelAll New Tooling. •State of the art engineering utilising slide mould technology •Total details 1171 •1047 plastic parts •63 PE parts •11 clear plastic parts •Decals sheet for 5 options are included •Full-colour instruction •Fully detailed interior of turret •Crews vision periscopes with clear plastic parts •All h