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Bravo ! Énorme travail et c'est très réussi !
Dommage qu'il faudrait trois vies pour finir ce site.
Toutes les semaines je regarde les "news" pour voir ce qu'il y a de nouveau !
Seul petit regret : Pas assez de Beutepanzer et de chars des pays neutres ou peu
importants (Suisse, Irlande, Amérique du sud ...).
- De Stonne le 27/4/2011. Pays: France Région: Grenoble
Wonderful Work, as always. I just have a few more ideas for
consideration, the 1954 BATIGNOLLES-CHATILLON 25t, FV 215b, the A44
Comet with new turret and 17pdr gun, the A36 a heavy A30, 1916 CHAR
LOURD FCM 1B, 1916 CHAR LOURD FCM A, M4A3 Sherman T34E2 'Hornets'
Nest', VK.2801, VK.901, Schwimmpanzer II, 42mm Panzerjägerkanone 41
gun, 75mm LG 40 recoilless gun, Renault G 1 Heavy Tank, Chi Ha
4.7in Naval Gun.
- De BJC le 1/4/2011. Pays: Australie Région: Newcastle
I wonder if it would be possible to fit a 15cm or 10.5cm K18 on a panther chassin, this would be an ideal solution foor the mobillity problems that were experienced whit those two pieces because of there weight.
annyway, this site is awsome, I'm using som of the drawings for my powerpoint presentation for my History clas.
- De wesley le 9/3/2011. Pays: [-- Autre --] Région: limburg
just a few further ideas:
WW2; T26E4 Super Pershing
T26E5 Jumbo Pershing
T22E1 Autoloader equipped T20
M3 Grant Scorpion III/IV
M5 with T39 Rocket Launcher
M3/M3A1 with Satan Flame-gun
M5A1 with E7-7 Flame Gun
M5A1 with E9-9 Flame-throwing equipment
M5A1 with E8 Flame-gun
T77 Multiple Gun Motor Carriage
M4 Sherman Badger
Light Tank Mk.VIII Harry Hopkins CS
- De BJC le 26/2/2011. Pays: Australie Région: NSW
Hi again, I continue to be a avid fan of your site. I have noticed
that you are concentrating on a variety of campaigns for your
Modern Drawings section. May I suggest that the Iran Iraq War as a
source of substantial content for your site. Iraqi AFV's such as
the AMX 30, Chinese Type 59 and Type 69, T-72 and the Lion of
Babylon Tank, while Iran offers the Chieftain, M47, M48, Shir 1 and
As to your WW2 section the American M7 Light Medium, 8cm and 10cm
Panzerabwehrwerfers, 12.8cm PaK 44, the Matilda Scorpion, Matilda
Frog, Matilda CS, Matilda Hedgehog, Valentine 7.92in flame mortar,
Gun Carrier, 3in, Mk I, Churchill (A22D), M4 Sherman T40 Whizbang,
M4A3R3 Zippo Sherman, Argentine M4 Repotenciado and the Chilean
- De BJC le 25/2/2011. Pays: Australie Région: NSW
This remains one of my favorite sites on the web, I was also very
pleased to note your addition of a section of modern drawings. I
would like to suggest some interesting new additions for both your
WW2 and modern sections.
WW2: The American M27 (T20 Medium Tank), the Anglo American T14
heavy tank project, the British A30 Avenger, the British A38
Valiant, the British Alecto SP Gun, New Zealand's Schofield tank,
the American T92 HMC and T55E1 GMC, the M26 Super Pershing, LVT 4
with Flamethrower, LVT 4 with Rocket Launchers, the M4A3 (105) HVSS
POA CWS H5, Soviet Sherman rearmed with the 76.2mm F34, Panzer II
with Schwimmkorper, Panzer MKA, Captured German IS-2, SU-85, SU-
100, SU-122, T-34/76, T-34/85, KV-2.
Modern: British FV4401 Contentious & FV4005 & FV4004 Conway,
American T95 Medium Tank Project.
- De BJC le 21/12/2010. Pays: Australie Région: NSW
I was just wondering if you might consider tackling a few more
hypothetical designs, the Panzer VIII Maus 'Bear' with the 305mm
breech loading mortar, the Maus with the 127mm Naval Gun, the E100
with the 170mm KwK 44, the Centurion I with 17pdr Gun and Polsten
Cannon, the SS Scwharzwolf, France's Panthers, the IS 7 to name but
- De BJC le 8/10/2010. Pays: Australie
Wonderful site, tres bein!
- De BJC le 8/10/2010. Pays: Australie
Hi, Wonderful site! One minor correction: In the section on U.S.
individual weapons from WWII, the M3A1 'Grease Gun' submachine
gun's projectile weight is given as .230kg (or 230g). Given a
moment's thought it should be obvious this is an absurd weight for
a hand-held weapon projectile. The correct weight is actually 15g.
This error I'm sure is due to the fact that Americans use 'grain'
weights (7,000gr/pound) for ammunition and the military load for
the .45 acp utilizes a 230 grain bullet, usually abbreviated as 230
gr. -- easily mistaken to indicate grams.
- De Larry le 2/9/2010. Pays: États-Unis Région: Phoenix, Arizona
just a litle note. your farhzchule pz1 has a big eror on the top view. Its not possiple to have that space in the drivers compartment. Its extending out where the wheels/tracs are.
But a good site anyway.
Have a nice day
- De John Hampenberg le 26/7/2010. Pays: Danemark Région: Glamsbjerg