We’ve recently released three different marks of Panther tank – more than enough for most wargamers. Not Warlord though – here’s our new Panther ausf A with zimmerit anti-magnetic mine paste. Doesn’t she look a beauty? Your army looks incomplete without at least one of these. Rectify this situation here…
This is one of the classic “Big Cats” of the panzer forces. The Panther entered service in 1943 taking a lead role in the huge armoured clash at Kursk in Russia. Its long 75mm high velocity gun and thick sloped armour coupled with a good speed made the Panther a much feared enemy.
This is the later version of the tank, bizarrely the marques for the Panther did not follow the usual alphabetical order. Changes on the original Panther include a redesigned hull machine gun and a commanders cupola.
This Panther has been coated with Zimmerit, a paste applied to the vehicle after production to add protection from magnetic mines. Ironically the Germans were the largest users of magnetic anti-tank mines and rarely fought against them. It has no anti-magnetic properties of its own but covers the metal of the tank and so doesn’t allow magnetic mines to gain purchase.
Nab this wonderfully detailed Panther for your force today by clicking here.