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elsyrsyn writes:

No – it may be very accurately modeling – I'm referring to accurate in the sense of a vehicle that actually saw use in numbers greater than 1.

Doug


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Just got this in from Game Figures (Minifigs), and thought you'd like to see it. (I don't think it's even on their website yet.)

PzKfw IV Raketenwerfer

It's marked as a PzKpf IV Raketenwerfer, and I've propped the pieces in place so you can get an idea of how it'll look when assembled:

PzKfw IV Raketenwerfer (front)
PzKfw IV Raketenwerfer (front-right)
PzKfw IV Raketenwerfer (back-left)
PzKfw IV Raketenwerfer (right)