As the PzKpfw IV´s became more and more outdated, production was partly changed (in 1944-1945) to tank-destroyers; mobile anti-tank guns.
As with most of the vehicles based on the IV chassis, it served its new function with success. (No doubt partly thanks the haevily oversized gun -similar to the one used in the Panther tank.)
I was lucky with the back half of the vehicle. (notice the improved exhaust), but the front half is not very accurate. Still, I think the low and sleek profile of the prototype is recognizable...
Quoting jason D.
cool (i think im gona goin you on the WWII minis) hey want to make a group called Military Minis?can you give me a pic of the real thing to compare?(can you do the same with your other minis?
I think that is a good idea!
I would prefer the title "Military Micros", as this is smaller than minifig-size. One could even fix the scale to 1:70 (although I would have to meassure my MOC's to be absolutly sure)
Anyway they are 6-wide.
A good one-stop place for german panzers is;
I love it! The low and sleek feeling is enfisised by the almost no stud armor. I dont know why but Nazi armor and artillery has always fascinated me. And this is a lean, mean killin' machine, I love it! =)