restored Jagedpanther pics

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restored Jagedpanther pics

Post by Tiger1331 » Thu Nov 11, 2004 6:17 pm

Just a few pics of the superbly restored jagedpanther on a late G chassis,with it running through the streets for the first time in 60 years.
fortunatly i was able to get a recording off this monster Maybach for use on my sound module,it really is smooth sounding engine !
Also here in the UK we may be lucky enough to see the other jagedpanther being privately restored currently,running next year !,i have head they have precurred a number of vital parts to complete its restoration from Germany recently,enjoy the pics !

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Post by Humpy » Fri Nov 12, 2004 9:49 am

Dave,

I've got some more of these pictures sent from a friend which I'll post on my JagdPanther website when I can extricate myself from building my kitchen! Nice to see though, JP JP JP gimme gimme gimme :D

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PS Any chance of some sound samples?

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JP pics

Post by Steve Norris » Fri Nov 12, 2004 12:49 pm

Looks superb.
Which museum is it in and where in the Uk is the privately owned JP ?
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Post by Humpy » Fri Nov 12, 2004 2:35 pm

Steve,

I believe the restored JP is at the Koblenz museum in Germany. I posted some links last year of a website with some downloadable videos of their Panther G tearing along the street! No barriers, no Health and Safety, no security just the beautiful noise of a Maybach at full tilt :shock: Bliss! The website is http://www.jagdtiger.de but I can't seem to find the videos now. The pictures that Dave posted show the same piece of road and buildings.

As for the JP being restored in the UK, I have been to see it but was sworn to secrecy! However all I will say is that it's not very far away from me :wink: and it should be ready for next year (at least that was the debut forecast last year!).

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Post by Tiger332 » Fri Nov 12, 2004 8:22 pm

Here is an article and photo of the JP being restored in the UK, I'm hoping to see it next year if everything goes according to plan.

I hope you can read the article as it sounds like one heck of a restoration project.

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Post by 007Kiwi » Sat Nov 13, 2004 6:25 am

Thats one cool looking restoration Job!!! 8)

I 2nd the motion on the sound sample to listen to too!

mp3?

pls pls pls

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