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William,
Excellent work on the exhaust - they look fantastic. You are making your parts very heavy duty! I love the tow pintle extension. I also like the subtle paint chipping and weathering (AKA very simon-esque). Keep up the great work.
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a great build to follow william, i do like the bergepanther it offers a lot of interest and many upgrades, keep going regards simon manning.

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Thank you Simon and Robert. Robert the paintwork isn't main it's Lee Sellards.

Small Update Fuel filler cap and the key too open it.

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Long time nothing done on the Bergepanther :oops:

Machined down the roadwheels.
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Made some brackets for the excelent seilrollen from Fabrice as seen in the panzertracts 16-1, now they have a prominent place on the Bergepanther.
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Made some changes on the sideskirts.


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about time william, get back on the project, to good to leave, regards simon.

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Thanks Simon we will go on. :D

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Some Details on the Trennwand off the engineroom.

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Reprofield the Ladebrücketräger.
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Only a small update, details
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Nice work William
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Thank you Maarten.

Small update weightunit for the winch wenn more than 40 tons a red lamp shows the winch operator to stop.
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Half way with replacing my pictures from photobucket :evil: :evil: should soon make some time for building on my Bergepanther.
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Be nice to have a Bergepanther buddy William, do post with progress and photos of soon,
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Hello after a long time building my Morris i am back with the Bergepanther made some new parts for the Aufbau.
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The fuel tanks
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Beautiful details -even rubber cushion on fuel tank straps. Superb work!
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Nice work William!
Good to see your model progressing again.
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