Finally, one specific set for the 1. Abt/ Pz.Rgt. 4 Panthers that saw action in Italy. Apart from the single Ausf. D, all the digits are pain-stakingly crafted (with slight irregular pattern) to fit on zimmerit surfaces so as to avoid too "neat" an appearance to be hand-painted. In essense, every single digit are not repeats of each other.
Contrary to popular beliefs, not all Panthers from this unit are single coloured: dark yellow based. Although hard to confirm from black and white images, some vehicles do sport unusual camouflages. The most prominent, and well-published being "334" sporting a Leopard-spotted camouflage on its barrel!