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Tuesday, January 13, 2015 - 09:20 AM GMT+7
Robert "Faust" Blokker and John "John_O" Osselaer (familiar names on our Forums!) have started a new resin aftermarket company, selling all manner of upgrades for those projects the Third Reich was developing when they ran out of time!
Their new line of 1:35 parts includes:

PPP35001 10.5cm recoilless rocket launcher 'Der Hammer'

PPP35002 Exhaust set E-50/75/100, King Tiger/Jagdtiger, Lwe

PPP35003/PPP35004 Wheel set for E-50/E-75

PPP35005 Panther D Initial Radiator Fan Covers

PPP35006 Sd.Kfz. 250Neu/251 (2in1)

PPP35007 'Einheitsturm' E-50/E-75, also fits DML Panther and King Tiger

PPP35008P Panther 'mystery brackets'

PPP35008T Tiger I 'mystery brackets'

PPP35009 Panzer IV welded return roller supports

PPP35010 Jagdpanzer IV (V) final conversion (not yet on website)

PPP35011 tbc

PPP35012 Casting symbols including German factory markings (1.5; 1 and 0.75mm)

PPP35015 Panzer Crew 1946



For details of these new items and their uses, please look at their website.

Our thanks to Robert and John for this news!
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Love that turret. You could go in a whole bunch of interesting directions with that one!
JAN 13, 2015 - 06:49 PM
Bought the hammer and tank crew through Facebook with no problems. Casting and service was excellent.
JAN 14, 2015 - 04:57 AM
I think those mystery brackets on the tank's side are swivel mounts for side armor plates.
JAN 14, 2015 - 05:51 AM
If anyone want to see some of those goodies in action... take a look here (I come back very soon with more build pics) PPP E-50 build spit
JAN 14, 2015 - 09:20 AM
They were generally thought to be mounts for Wurfrahmen but a lady says her father told her he saw a Panther being tested with flotation boxes & others being tested with composite (steel & concrete) armour skirts. Those mounts do look almost exactly like the ones on Pz-38t tanks fitted with flotation gear for river crossing.
JAN 14, 2015 - 09:58 AM
This is great and all but the important question is where can I plunk down my credit card and buy that turret?!
JAN 14, 2015 - 12:19 PM
Ola Guys. Thanks everybody for the replies. @Tom Thanks for putting the news item up. @Matthew The turret is a really nice set. Very complete as well and it fits a whole bunch of vehicles as well. @Stephen Thanks for your purchase. And of course the compliments. Looking forward to your work. You could share the finished result on our FB page. We always love seeing other peoples work with our products. @ Alex and Ray There are several theories on the go at the moment for those mystery brackets one more plausible then the other but as there is as of yet no direct proof in the form of documents or photographs it is pretty hard to be sure. That said... Floatation devices for Panther. Those things must have been so big it would have transformed the panther into a bridge. @ Pawel Great work on your built. Looking forward to the next update. @ Matt Important questions ask for important answers We are currently working hard on getting the webshop up and running which should make ordering a whole lot easier for everybody. Till that time you can send an email to [email protected] and John will take care of your order from there. Thanks in advance.
JAN 14, 2015 - 08:45 PM
Hello FAUST, I'm interested in der hammer for a 251; what is this based on, please, or is it pure imagination? thank you, kylie
JAN 14, 2015 - 08:50 PM
Kylie Thanks for your interest The Hammer for 250 and 251 is a completely fictional design. The idea behind it is that throughout the war the Germans always made mobile versions of most of their guns for greater... well... mobility and speed of deployment. And in that line it is logic to think that they would continue this course of action (think the Waffentrager designs) The set is designed in such a way that it will fit both 1:35 SdKfz 250 and 251 kits from all brands. Again I would like to refer to [email protected] for orders at the moment till the webshop is going online.
JAN 14, 2015 - 09:03 PM
We broke our quick reply box. Working on it. Until fixed go to topic to reply.
Thanks.
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