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Flames of War: Panthers on the Prowl


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Here's one being retored for the Australian Armour & Artillery Museum link


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Battlefront writes:

A number of years ago, my family went to the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa where among the exhibits, I first saw a Panther tank in person.

Panther

I was instantly wowed by this awesome machine. At 3 meters high with a high velocity 75mm cannon and lines that made it somehow superimposed between the armored behemoths of World War II and modern battlefield predators, the Panther tank instantly became my favorite vehicle. Tracks, wheels, or wings, nothing beats the Panther for me!

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