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Thema: Literatur
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Tiger I in action 1942-1945 - Jean Restayn 09.06.2013 11:00 Forum: Free for all

'Tiger I on the Eastern front' & 'Tiger I on the Western front' compiled into a new 288 page single book:



"This edition has been revised and augmented, with more accurate captions as to dates and locale, together with new illustrations and a chapter on additional units."

With 'Tiger I on the Western front' being out of print and some ridiculous prices being asked for used copies.
For those who dont have it, this new book looks a bargain at 38euro.

http://livres.histoireetcollections.com/...-1942-1945.html

Thema: Unidentified Tiger I Early Production
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GD Tigers? 22.05.2013 14:56 Forum: Tiger zuordnen

This photo was posted recently on the 'Axis History Forum'. The poster writing that it came with a GD album:



AHF thread: http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?f=47&t=198905

Maybe it's already known? I don't recall seeing it before.

Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie 505 43/44
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20.05.2013 18:05 Forum: sPzAbt.505

Zitat:
Original von Hartmut von Holdt



collani


The 'tree branch' camo reminds me a lot of this unidentified Stab Tiger in the gallery. (which I can't find a decent copy of, though I know I have it somewhere)



Plus I can't spot the middle left hull discharger on your pic. So maybe it is a befehlstiger?

Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie 4./SS-PR.3
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RE: 4? 15.05.2013 18:37 Forum: 4./SS-Panzerregiment 3 Totenkopf

Zitat:
Original von Rob Fraser
New to me.
Not in the gallery.



Hi Rob,
A very nice find, there doesn't seem to be many 4/Ko. pics around. Personally I think this is most probably a pic of '423'.

The second digit looks like a '2', but unfortunately the third digit is hidden behind the 'roll' of the turret:


I can't match the twisted side-fenders with any other 4/Ko. Tiger, but this could have occurred later.
It appears to have the same mantlet type as '423', and the barrel markings look like they could match:


I'll place it in the 'Nicht identifiziert' section for now. And see if anyone else has any ideas or opinions.

Grant.

Thema: Unidentified Tiger I Early Production
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RE: EBAY 15.05.2013 16:54 Forum: Tiger zuordnen

Zitat:
Original von Rob Fraser
Maybe 9th company Totenkopf?


Hi,
I can't imagine it being from 9/Ko.Totenkopf. Most TK'ers had dark outline turret numbers on their 'earlys'.

Grant.

Thema: Unidentified Tiger I 2
Grant Hall †

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11.05.2013 19:20 Forum: Tiger zuordnen

Zitat:
Original von Hartmut von Holdt
A known Tiger?



Hi,
I don't recognise it immediately, but looking at the features; a very late 'mid' with front hull side cut-outs, whitewash and a Heer crewman.
And then compare delivery dates. I'd imagine it was from either the 502, 506?
Maybe a 503/Bäke, though I don't recall seeing a 503/Bäke Tiger with the cut-outs.
The 509 also received 8 Tigers in early Feb'44, so they are also a possibility.

Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie Panzerregiment Bäke/503 bis Mai 1944
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05.05.2013 23:00 Forum: sPzAbt.503 FHH

Hi Chris,
I think you're right, it does look like 'III'. It's a much better copy than the one in the Werner Haupt book.

That would mean this other one is also 'III' then?


Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie 507 44
Grant Hall †

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RE: Stab Tiger C 02.05.2013 14:35 Forum: sPzAbt.507

Zitat:
Original von Yann JOUAULT
New photo of Stab Tiger "C" :





Thanks Yann,

Now added to the gallery.

Grant.

Thema: Literatur
Grant Hall †

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One to look forward to.. 23.04.2013 20:24 Forum: Free for all

A November book release from Ian Michael Wood:



"Detailed history of the Tiger company of Nazi Germany's notorious "Death's Head" panzer division of the Waffen-SS
Covers armored combat at Kursk, Warsaw, and other battles on the Eastern Front
Based on after-action reports, war diaries, and personal accounts from veterans
Numerous photos of Tiger tanks and the men who crewed them
Must-have for modelers, historians, armor fans, and World War II enthusiasts"


For pre-order Amazon UK:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Tigers-Deaths-He...+Co
mpany


..or Amazon.com:
http://www.amazon.com/Tigers-Deaths-Head...s/dp/081171313X

Grant.

Thema: Unidentified Tiger I Late Production
Grant Hall †

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20.04.2013 12:05 Forum: Tiger zuordnen

Hi Ronny, glad I was of help.

I did think the Tiger in these 2 photos could be the same Tiger as in your photo.
Note the crewman in the standard Wehrmacht M1940/43 tunic with the fancy epaulette patches:



I think it might be the same crewman as in your photo:


Maybe??

Grant.

Thema: Unidentified Tiger I Late Production
Grant Hall †

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19.04.2013 21:48 Forum: Tiger zuordnen

Hi Ronny,
Welcome to the site.

Your photo originally appeared on ebay in Jan'13 (I think?). One of a large group of tiger photos being auctioned by seller 'hackisantikshop'.
This group of photos:


As most of the Tigers could be ID'ed as being from the III./Panzerregiment GD, most probably your photo is also.
There are larger copies of all these photos on this GD thread page; 9th post down and on: http://www.tiif.de/thread.php?sid=&postid=7620#post7620

Later when 'Koelsch333' auctioned your Tiger photo, he also had this photo on auction:


As you can see it's a different Tiger from a different period and unit. But I think this is why he mistakenly named your photo '314' also.

Hope this helps.
Best, Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur galerie 13./SS
Grant Hall †

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12.04.2013 12:57 Forum: 13./SS-Panzerregiment 1 LAH

Hi Chris,
Thanks for the copy. It does look a lot like the same man.

Zitat:
Original von Chris Brown

Wasn't aware of any doubts that this was '1312.

Chris.

I was a bit unclear in my post above. When I wrote "Now I'm not suggesting the Tiger is '1312'.."
I was meaning this photo of Rob's:


Though it could well be.

Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur galerie 13./SS
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RE: 405-1305 10.04.2013 17:59 Forum: 13./SS-Panzerregiment 1 LAH

Zitat:
Original von Rob Fraser

Any thoughts on the tiger with kill rings?


Hi,
Not much to see of Tiger. It looks to have 8 or 9 kill rings to me.
I don't think they were painted in a darker colour as (I think?) Michael suggested. Most likely the white paint has just burnt from the heat of the barrel.
The only other things I notice with the Tiger is; it's missing the left rear mudguard and has no left-side feiffel fitted.
The track cable also looks to be not fitted, at least in the rear pins.

About the strong jaw lined crewman.. Brandt?.
Now I'm not suggesting the Tiger is '1312'....but I've always wanted to see this man's head without the "Kopierschutz" 'O' in the way:



This is the only copy I have of this pic, so maybe on a decent size it's nothing like him?

Grant.

PS: I think these 2 are the same man. Look at the left ear. Ears are very individual.

Thema: One and a half new Tigers?
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08.04.2013 22:25 Forum: Tiger today

I don't know if you had noticed? But after looking at the Frank Schulz site photos, it looks like the mantlet originally had a binocular sight?

Thema: Unidentified Tiger II
Grant Hall †

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08.04.2013 20:02 Forum: Tiger zuordnen

From ebay;
Is it already know? Maybe another '503 Sennelager'?



Very large copy here:
http://www.ebay.de/itm/Foto-Konigstiger-...#ht_2018wt_1438

Thema: Unidentified Tiger I Late Production
Grant Hall †

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08.04.2013 19:37 Forum: Tiger zuordnen

Hi Chris,
I thought I'd seen this one before..
You posted it yourself in the GD thread. It was one of that large group of GD pics that came up on ebay in January.
Nice large copy though.

Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie 9./SS-PR.3
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RE: The elusive 902 (with 913) and another 912 08.04.2013 18:00 Forum: 9./SS-Panzerregiment 3 Totenkopf

Hi Hartmut,
Yes, it's a cut from the photo together with '923'..There's a larger copy of the photo in the 'Totenkopf Tigers' book and the number board, 912, is just about legible .
I explained in this post, from near the bottom of page1:
Zitat:
Original von Grant Hall

.....And this '923' gallery pic shows what I believe is '912' on the car in front of it:


Quite a few matches, though the shrouds are more battered in the train car pic:


Grant.


As for who it's credited too. In TIC, it says 'Hofmann'.
In 'Totenkopf Tigers' (English edition), it has the wrong caption. The photo is in the section of the book where all the captions are mixed up or repeated from another page.
Proof readers uh!

Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur galerie 13./SS
Grant Hall †

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06.04.2013 14:29 Forum: 13./SS-Panzerregiment 1 LAH

Zitat:
Original von Michael Wolf
Woher kommt das Bild?


Hi Michael,
The photo and the other two 'S23' gallery pics are in Trojca's 'Tiger Vol.1'.
All 3 are credited 'via Schneider'.

Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur galerie 13./SS
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S23 05.04.2013 20:23 Forum: 13./SS-Panzerregiment 1 LAH

Another of S23 that's not in the gallery:





I thought probably from the same scene as the 2 pics already in the gallery. But the barrel is at a different elevation (unlocked?) :


Gallery size:


Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie 4./SS-PR.3
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01.04.2013 08:50 Forum: 4./SS-Panzerregiment 3 Totenkopf

Zitat:
Original von Rob Fraser
The initial penetration or subsequent explosion also knocked it off its race and tilted the turret forward.

Hi Rob,
Well spotted, I hadn't noticed that. The turret definitely looks to be off:



Zitat:
Original von Rob Fraser
My theory, given the white wash finish and lack of snow it's likely the pic was taken around April 1, 1943.

Now you say this, I've realise the 2 photos look to be taken at the same location.
Which would match the date on the back of the ebay pic:


Happy Birthday photo, 70 today smile

Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie 4./SS-PR.3
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31.03.2013 17:42 Forum: 4./SS-Panzerregiment 3 Totenkopf

Zitat:
Original von David Byrden
It's not difficult.

Unbolt the top ring from the cupola, and weld it centrally in the base ring which is still in the turret roof. It will just about cover the opening.

The commander won't have any vision when buttoned up, but a lot of Tiger commanders believed in putting their heads out. That's why a forward-opening hatch would be useful.

The photo looks exactly as I would expect.

David


Thanks David, that seems to make sense.

I couldn't help but notice the fender damage on Chris's new '413' pic.
Compare with this Kharkov survivor, 8 or 9 months later, in Winter 43/44:


Coincidence? If not, were S-mine tubes retro-fitted?

Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie 4./SS-PR.3
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31.03.2013 10:12 Forum: 4./SS-Panzerregiment 3 Totenkopf

Thanks Chris, a very nice find, added to the gallery.
(Unfortunately, the ebay page photo wouldn't 'Vergrössern' for me. Was it the same for you?)


While we're on '413', I've always been intrigued by this pic. How do you fit a cupola hatch when the cupola is removed?


Grant.

Thema: Unidentified Tiger I Early Production
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21.03.2013 19:43 Forum: Tiger zuordnen

Hi Chris,
In your second pic the locomotive reminds me of the locomotive in this pic from Trojca's 'Tiger vol.1', page 354:



These pics and the 2 on the previous page 353, are captioned as being Tigers on route to the s.Kp 'Das Reich', in May'43.



Whether this is correct or not, or if all 4 pics belong together, I've really no idea?
But the scene does look similar to that in your pic.

Grant.

Thema: Unidentified Tiger I Late Production
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15.03.2013 14:36 Forum: Tiger zuordnen

Hi,
As Michael says, not a great deal shown in the photo to go on.
The camo that can be seen on the barrel does look a little like that of the SS102's Late Tigers in France'44.
Purely guessing, but it reminds me of this SS102 'Banks of the River' wreck.
Some of the turret camo markings/patches even look to match up?:


If the man standing on the turret roof is not a civilian?
He looks like he might be wearing one of those duffel coats, that every Brit/Commonwealther seemed to have at war's end.
Which might also point to the West front?

Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie 505 43/44
Grant Hall †

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15.03.2013 13:43 Forum: sPzAbt.505

Zitat:
Original von David Byrden
Thank you, Grant.
So; it's binocular, has long hinges on the loader's hatch, and probably the 25mm roof.

David


Hi,
Yes, I believe a 25mm roof. I think you can just see a little of the loaders hatch splash guard profile.

What I did find interesting with this '301' is; it looks to have a sheet metal debris guard fitted over the mantlet.
Something I've not noticed on other 505 Tigers:



Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie 505 43/44
Grant Hall †

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14.03.2013 21:15 Forum: sPzAbt.505

Hi,
The best copy I have seen is from 'Ground Power No.180', May 2009.



Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie 9./SS-PR.3
Grant Hall †

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the SS-PK Berichter Cantzler photo 23.02.2013 13:57 Forum: 9./SS-Panzerregiment 3 Totenkopf

Hi,
Continuing with the SS-PK Berichter Cantzler photo posted by Michael.
It looks to me to match this photo from the '9./SS ab Sommer 1943' gallery's 'Tiger nicht identifiziert' section:


The scene looks to be the same. And I think it's probably the same Tiger on the horizion:
Has anyone any idea to whom this photo is credited?


'922' film shots:
These were the best shots I could come up with;






Difficult to tell if it's the same location/time as the Cantzler photo?
But it could well be.

Grant.

Thema: Unidentified Tiger II
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17.02.2013 14:33 Forum: Tiger zuordnen

Zitat:
Original von Jens Müller
I have lower pic saved as one of 506 and it is not the same as above (see mantlet).


Hi Jens,
I didn't think they were the same Tiger. The seller has 4 TigerII photos and there's no reason to think any of them are connected.
One is a well-known SS501 '222' pic and another is this one from the 509 unidentifeid section:


Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie 9./SS-PR.3
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17.02.2013 06:10 Forum: 9./SS-Panzerregiment 3 Totenkopf

Zitat:
Original von Michael Wolf
Hallo Grant,
nach meiner Beobachtung könnten folgende TK Tiger im Sommer '43 (also zu Beginn der Operation Zitadelle) noch mit Feifelfiltern ausgestattet sein:
# 911
# 913
# 922
# 923
# 932
# 933
Vielleicht auch noch andere … ich denke, alle TK Charkow-Veteranen haben noch die alten Feifels, Binokular und keine Kettenglieder am Turm …

Das Bild gehört nach meiner Ansicht nicht zur gleichen Serie der sPzAbt DR - ich habe es in einer Serie von Cantzler zu Div TK gefunden … leider gibt es da keine weiteren Tiger-Bilder. Aber bei der "DR-Serie" sind keine weiteren Pz III oder Stug III zu erkennen und die Panzergrenadiere sind abgesessen … ich habe den Eindruck, das Bild ist etwa zusammen mit der bekannten Wochenschau-Sequenz zu den TK-Tigern bei Kursk entstanden. Das man die III - Markierung am Stug nicht erkennt, liegt vielleicht an der Aufnahme und es gab sie nicht nur in Weiß ...

Die Helme an der Rommelkiste passen nicht wirklich gut zu TK … da hast Du recht - vielleicht stimmt Deine Vermutung mit der sPzAbt. 505 - aber hatten die nicht im Sommer '43 noch die Nebelbecher am Turm?

Beste Grüße
Michael


Hi Michael,
Sorry for the late reply, but busy busy times.

I've been looking through pics again, and you are correct; there were more TK Tigers fitted with feifels than I'd thought.
I probably assumed the older Tigers wouldn't have feifels fitted at Kursk because none of the Tigers look to have them fitted in the Kharkov pics. But I was wrong.
Of the early issue Tigers we have pics of, you can see feifels fitted on '923' and also '913' possibly:





Of the other 'Kharkov survivors'; '933' looks to have them removed. And with '921' there are no views of this area.

Of the 'newer' May'43 issued Tigers; I mentioned above '902' & '922', but also '932' had them fitted.
'911' might also have them, though '901' doesn't. And it can't been seen on '914' pics though it does look to have it's hoses removed in one photo.

So, with Evgeniy pointing out that they can't be from the 505, maybe these are two TK Tigers?
The balkenkreuz looks in the right place.

I'll have to have a good look at the news reel film again when I get a chance.

Best,
Grant.

Thema: Unidentified Tiger II
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ebay 17.02.2013 05:32 Forum: Tiger zuordnen

Some TigerII pics from ebay.
I feel I've seen them before, but can't find where?





All this sellers Tiger pics:
http://www.ebay.de/sch/dok.archiv/m.html...sid=p4340.l2562

Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie 9./SS-PR.3
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13.02.2013 16:14 Forum: 9./SS-Panzerregiment 3 Totenkopf

Zitat:
Original von Michael Wolf
Hallo Zusammen,

Diese beiden Tiger sollten zu 9./SS-PzRg. 3 Totenkopf gehören - das Bild stammt aus einer Serie vom SS-PK Berichter Cantzler ... und sind sehr wahrscheinlich bei Kursk entstanden.
Bin mir nicht sicher ob das Bild hier schon an anderer Stelle existiert - ich konnte es nicht der Galerie finden ...

Gruß Michael


Hi Michael,
At the moment this pic is in the Das Reich gallery's unidentified section.
Here it is (Orange) amongst a group of pics credited to SS-KB Gronert (in Green).
I've know idea where the pic in Blue originates?
btw the two 'S14' pics are already ID'd and in the 'S14' section.



To be honest I wouldn't know where this pic belongs.
It could well be TK but I don't think it is. The Tigers in the pic both look to have feifels fitted, and the nearest one looks to have no turret track hangers fitted.
I aware of only one, maybe two, TK Tigers that still had feifels fitted at the begin of the Kursk campaign, '922' and maybe '902'.
But these both were later issues with turret track hangers:


Another thing, though nothing concrete, I would expect the StuG to have the Kursk 3 bar marking on it's rear hull if this was TK.


Also there looks to be helmets hanging on the turret bin, with maybe a 'swastika' flag lying on top.
I'm not wised up with Das Reich Tigers, but I can't see a match for these features in the DR gallery or in any other of the KB Gronert pics.
The helmet/turret bin thing looks very '505' to me?

So, to summarise, as you might guess, I haven't really got a clue smile

Best, Grant.

Thema: Literatur
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SS-Panzerkorps in the battle for Kharkov 01-03.1943 09.02.2013 22:39 Forum: Free for all

The latest Trojca offering:



More info here:
http://www.modelhobby.pl/angielska/wydaw...o=wiecej&id=101

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie Panzerregiment Bäke/503 bis Mai 1944
Grant Hall †

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19.01.2013 18:23 Forum: sPzAbt.503 FHH

No Tigers I'm afraid, but an interesting photo of Dr.Bäke that I'd not seen before.
At the 'Kommandeur' post?



Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie 506 Tiger II 44/45
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19.01.2013 18:16 Forum: sPzAbt.506

These two pics were posted on the ML site, via ebay.
Looks a similar scene to the one in Christian's pic posted above:



Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie SS PR.2
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S24 05.01.2013 12:09 Forum: Schwere Panzerkompanie SS PR.2 Das Reich

Another find from the beeldbankwo2 :


It looks to match the same scene as a couple of the 'S24' gallery pics.
Especially this one; note the motorcycle combination parked behind the Tiger:



Gallery size:


Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie 4./SS-PR1
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412(probable) 02.01.2013 16:52 Forum: 4./SS-Panzerregiment 1 LAH

Another photo that matches the scene a couple of posts above. A little more of the rear end can be seen:


Gallery size:


It would be interesting to know what the board reads. I can only make out the top word: 'Achtung...'


Happy New Year to all

Grant.

Thema: Tiger towing pin.
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Re:Towing trunion pin. 30.12.2012 02:45 Forum: Free for all

Hi Simon, I while ago I was also searching for pics of the pin.
The best ones I could find are from these two SS102 Tiger '231' photos, because the pin is actually hanging loose beside the trunion:





It looks to be hanging from a chain connected to the top right trunion bolt.
It looks pretty much how it's draw in the 'Voyager PE instructions' and 'Achtung Panzer' book.
Except in the photos it looks to have a tapered point end:


Hope this helps,
Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie 4./SS-PR1
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21.12.2012 20:57 Forum: 4./SS-Panzerregiment 1 LAH

Zitat:
Hartmut from the 'Ergänzung zur galerie 13./SS' thread

Thank you Rob!

So we have two of the three Tigers confirmed as LAH tanks #424 and #412(probably). And Tiger #423 seems also probably a LAH tank.

So for Robs happy christmas holidays this looks like a consensus i guess?


Not really my thing these LAH Tigers, but I would agree with what you've done in the gallery.

Is this pic also worth adding to the 'Tiger nicht identifiziert' section?
It was discussed at some length by yourself, Rob and Michael in the 'Unidentified tiger2' thread, but I've not yet seen it in any gallery:


The building behind looks like it could belong with this building behind '411':


Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur galerie 13./SS
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21.12.2012 11:00 Forum: 13./SS-Panzerregiment 1 LAH

Zitat:
Original von Hartmut von Holdt
I wonder if this could be the same tank?

The bar for the spare tracks is not in the same position.


Hi,
Despite the position of bar, the damage to that mudguard looks quite unique.
I would say it's the same Tiger, but at a later date.


The bar could have been re-positioned later. I imagine it proved to be not so practical to have the bar connected to/through the tow shackles.
Here's another example; it's the same Tiger in both pics, just a few months apart:


Grant.

Thema: Ergänzung zur Gallerie 4./SS-PR1
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41x 21.12.2012 04:00 Forum: 4./SS-Panzerregiment 1 LAH

Hi,
Continuing on from the discussion in the 'TK' thread and now that this pic is moved to this gallery:



I can't elaborate on the '41X' number.. but looking at the features, it looks like it might be the Tiger that later became '1312'?


Most noticeable amongst the things arrowed is the (mis)alignment of the side fenders & the dip in the front right mudflap.
Balkenkreuz in the exact same position. Plus do both have the square foot plate on the jack?





Any thoughts? or am I miles off?

Grant.

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