'This book is truly a visual feast of photographs that quite literally, you will not see anywhere else. Good sharp photographs, excellently captioned, interesting's a must-have for every German Armour fan' - Vinnie Branigan Editor of Military Modeling website

'As a photographer I'm green with envy at the pictures, as an amateur historian, I'm in awe of the quality of research, as a reader the book and is a pleasure to look at... And if I'm running out of superlatives, my apologies to Kevin and his team' Tony B - reviewer at the Historic Military Vehicle Forum

'Packed full of beautifully sharp and bright colour photos which comprehensively cover every component right down to the smallest fixture and fittings... this will be the ultimate reference source for the Panther' - John Murphy Editor of Model Military Magazine

The Modelling News - Adam Norenberg

This book is the excellent combination with the second volume that we showed you just a while ago, and now that it has been re-printed, the photos improved in clarity and colours and information included that was not available at the time of this particular book's printing...If you did not already have this book there has never been a better excuse to add it to your collection.

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Armorama - Herbert Ackermans

I feel I cannot praise this book enough. The vast amount of pictures offers a true Smorgasbord of reference material never seen before. "The Panther Project volume 1: drivetrain and hull" is THE single most perfect reference material for anyone interested in learning about this vehicle, and those who wish to (super)-detail their Panther-kit. 

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Panzerworld - Christian Ankerstjerne

For anyone who wish to build a Panther Ausf. A or D (since the hull was basically the same for both versions, with only minor changes), it's certainly an invaluable resource. 

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Missing-Lynx - Jay Laverty

I have found it impossible to find any fault in this book, finding it a fascinating read, and it will quite obviously be an excellent resource for modeling projects due to its unprecedented and thorough examination of the components of the Panther during painstaking restoration.

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