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Panzer IV V2 . The Panzer IV was the most widely exported tank in German service, with around 300 sold to partners such as Finland, Romania, Spain and Bulgaria. After the war, the French and Spanish sold dozens of Panzer IVs to Syria, where they saw combat in the 1967 Six-Day War. . Front. As you may see the outside appearance is not very different. Left. But a good amount has changed. Back. The back is still not perfect, but it isn't blank. Right. One of the main changes is the fact that it is smaller. 360 Turret, not much has chained there. One of my favorite things is that i manged to fit a Driver and a Gunner in there. Nice and cozy. Without the Driver and Gunner. Also the Driver can see through the slit. The Driver and Gunner in the hatch type things. The command hatch closed. And a top view. Would not want to see that in the morning. Real Panzer VI. Hopefully you liked it, and thought it was more accurate than my old one. Thanks for watching and please comment.


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