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Published 27/04/2022 @ 10:54:48, By antp
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Published 27/04/2022 @ 21:08:45, By hachirokutrueno
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Published 29/04/2022 @ 00:32:01, By 3asv6
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Published 29/04/2022 @ 20:27:08, By mike962


And which model/extra info then?
Are there others already listed as Alkett?



other Marder 1 are listed on what they are based on such as Hotchkiss but on this one we don't know as we can't see the wheels so Alkett seems more appropiate, again 3 french tanks were used for this conversion, Hotchkiss, FCM and Lorraine

Marder 2 and 3 are actually listed with Alkett as producer, this were based on german tanks

https://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_435038-Alkett-Marder-II-1942.html

Latest Edition: 29/04/2022 @ 20:28:16
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Published 30/04/2022 @ 01:37:05, By Jnglmpera
On the subject of determining the maker of Wehrmacht vehicles... We also have the Brummbar which seems to have 4 different makes (Alkett, Deutsche Eisenwerk, Niebelungenwerk, Vienna Arsenal) attached to it on IMCDB at the moment. Which one should we take for that vehicle?

https://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_1635350-Alkett-Sturmpanzer-43.html

Latest Edition: 30/04/2022 @ 01:40:56
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Published 03/05/2022 @ 13:43:33, By antp
On the subject of determining the maker of Wehrmacht vehicles... We also have the Brummbar which seems to have 4 different makes (Alkett, Deutsche Eisenwerk, Niebelungenwerk, Vienna Arsenal) attached to it on IMCDB at the moment. Which one should we take for that vehicle?

https://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_1635350-Alkett-Sturmpanzer-43.html


Indeed here as we have the same footage listed with two names, that should be fixed.
@mike962, how do we list it?
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Published 03/05/2022 @ 13:58:07, By antp


The only identification is "Cadillac or Toyota"... if at least we could get a model and even a year/range, it would be worth mentioning here then :tongue:
(I'd guess the Cadillac is less common to list)
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Published 03/05/2022 @ 17:39:58, By mike962


Indeed here as we have the same footage listed with two names, that should be fixed.
@mike962, how do we list it?



here is detailed english article about it and the producers, first 3 series was "Vienna Arsenal" and last series was "Deutsche Eisenwerke " they mention there Alkett as designer,
https://tanks-encyclopedia.com/ww2/nazi_germany/sturmpanzer-iv_brummbar.php


I think it's called the Sturmpazer 43 but also as Sturmpanzer IV and the TAMYA model caling it Sturmpanzer IV
https://www.scalemates.com/kits/tamiya-35353-brummbaer--1076227

this means this one needs corrected
https://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_549609-Nibelungenwerk-Sturmpanzer-IV--Brummbar--1943.html

Latest Edition: 03/05/2022 @ 17:42:32
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 03/05/2022 @ 17:45:40, By mike962
also "Vienna Arsenl" and "Nibelungenwerk " seem 2 different entities according to this quote

Severely damaged tanks from the Russian front were initially shipped back to Germany, or to the Nibelungenwerk or the Vienna Arsenal for repair;[23][24][25] but the prospect of inevitable delays often meant that vehicles were instead cannibalised at the front for parts


https://thereaderwiki.com/en/List_of_WWII_Maybach_engines


so to sum up IMO producer should be Vienna Arsenal to all unless it has a machine gun on the commanders cuppola which makes a Series 4 late war vehicle, preferably call it Stumpanzer 43 and Brummbär Sd Kfz 166 as extra info

Latest Edition: 03/05/2022 @ 17:57:56
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Published 04/05/2022 @ 20:29:34, By hachirokutrueno
Needs to be changed to 2012 Subaru XV: https://www.imcdb.org/vehicle.php?id=1643433
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Published 05/05/2022 @ 23:09:42, By 3asv6
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