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Old 05-27-2008, 10:14 AM
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Dragon - Pz II Ausf. C- mit Zusatzpanzer



The right rear fender seems to have been corrected to remove the treadplate as was noticed in another forum.

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Nice boxart!
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An update. Dragon corrected the upper right rear fender (which should be smooth but wasn't on the Ausf. F kit they released). They have also newly tooled the lighter suspension springs and mounts. While not completely correct, it is MUCH better than the heavy duty suspension they used from their Marder II kit:


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Now I might get this! Good that they updated the suspension. Dan
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Most interesting. I do like the early German stuff, and hope it is not too long before they release the original turret with split hatch. I want one of those for my French Campaign.

It is nice to see that DML have fixed the suspension bell cranks. It's reassuring. I will grumble forever about their STZ '42 kit, but credit where it is due, and salut.

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