All parts are cleanly cast and well detailed with little flash. The
hull is cast in 2 pieces and all parts are well laid out on runners
for ease of removal, leaving little sanding to do later.
Instructions show the built Panther II from 3 angles (note the instructions
show the Panther II with the 75mm gun; you also have the option for
the 88mm gun as per the box art).
The ModellTrans hull is visibly longer than the CPL Overby version
(as shown on the blog from
Peter-Paul) and appears to have the correct engine deck layout.
I verified this against my personal photos and pictures online of
the actual Panther II hull located at Ft.
Knox, KY, USA.
The ModellTrans tracks and roadwheels appear to be spot on with the
offset roadwheel spacing from the left and right sides as per the
Panzer Tracts book and also the tracks are accurately depicted looking
more like a Tiger II track.