Altaya Pz. Kpfw. IV Ausf. D – Sd. Kfz. 161 – 21. Pz. Div. Gabr Saleh (Libya) – 1941
1 Kwk 37 L/24 (75 mm)
2 MG 34 – 7.92 mm
Panzer IV is a common silhouette from World War II, that must be present on any collection, diecast or built models, and Altaya’s model don’t provide nothing good.
Separation between turret plates (two first pictures), or the detail of the driver sight, painted as a postal packed (third picture), are some of the common mistakes on Altaya’s collection.
This vehicle has a different and interesting Africa colour, as fascicle explain, the original manufacturer grey for European theatre was over painted on camp by 21 Pz., which gives it their estrange mustard colour.
Again, question about antenna position, which block turret rotation. Although it wasn’t rigid all the time must was exposed to damage by turret movement… ??