A7V 505 Baden I .pdf


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A7V #505 "Baden"
German WWI Heavy Tank
1/72 Scale
copyright 2006 Clifton W. McCullough
A7V #505 "Baden" had one of the 5 Roechling 31-bolt hulls with a
buck-type cannon mount.
The model shows it as it was until early April, 1918. "Baden" got stu
ck
in barbed wire during St. Quentin on March 21, 1918. At that time
"Baden" was commanded by Lt. Voss, in Abteilung 1 commanded by
Hauptmann Greiff. Tanks were not numbered within the Abteilung at
that time.
Afterwards, #505 "Baden" received its socle cannon mount and served
in Abt. 3 at Villers-Bretonneaux and later. Camouflage and markings
were slightly revised before Villers-Bretonneaux. The name as
w
changed to "Baden I"
#505 served through the remainder of the war and was taken by the
French at Wiesbaden-Erbenheim in December, 1918.
#505 Baden" finished the war

2
(NOTE: Original "female"
A7V's had 2xMG ports in
front plate. Original
"males" had pistol ports
in front plate in place of
MG ports.

glue #2 to inside of hull
cut, fold & glue flaps
to inside of hull
at all MG openings
(Add machine guns
and main gun after
all other parts have
been attached

Cut
Fold Down

1

33
(NOTE: shape of
mudguards vary)

Folds for Buck Mount Hull

3

8

32

6

Attach floor (33) to hull (1) only
after all lower-numbered
parts are attached to hull (1) and
to floor (33).

31
4
44

Arrows on tracks and floor point to front
Fit floor to hull, then apply glue:
1. to rear plate
2. to front plate
3. to side plates
Squeeze hull gently to align parts

9 7
X

6 8

insert and glue gun assembly to inside of hull

X

7

9

46
45

A7V WWI German Heavy Tank
Roechling/Buck Mount
Scale 1/72
copyright 2006 Clifton W. McCullough
Instructions

8 9 X X

11 17
19 18

6 7 X X

10
12
13

25

14

18 19

1

17

15

10
X

16

6 7 X X

9 8 X

20
27

30
23

5 42 43
46

48

24

40 41
28

35

29 21
47

48

22

NOTES:
- Parts 27 and 28 are not present on all models
- #501 "Gretchen" as female has 2 MG's in front plate
instead of parts 27 and 28

34

38 39

36 37

5
35
33

31
34

32
A7V WWI German Heavy Tank
(Roechling 31-bolt armor with Buck Gun Mount)
Scale 1/72
copyright 2006 Clifton W. McCullough
Instructions
Rev.1 10/29/06


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