- Panther Ausf.G, National Armor and Cavalry Heritage Foundation, Fort Benning, Georgia. Previously at Aberdeen, Maryland. Recovered from either France or Italy, information is conflicting. This tank has had a hole cut in the left turret side that was covered up with a metal plate; this appears to have since been corrected.
- Panther Ausf.G, Muzeum Wojska Polskiego (Polish Army Museum), Warsaw, Poland. Panther chassis that has litterally been ripped in half; probably from the explosion that knocked it out. The parts that remain; the hull bottom, hull rear, rear half of the right hull side, and lower, bowl shaped, part of the turret cupola, have been painted and reserved. The hulk rests outside, four metal pillars keeping it off the ground.
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