With regard to the use of the productor code in capital letters instead of lowercase, this change do not appears to be a late war code change because only was used on these different kits and maybe was a way to differentiate these kits from the normal production or were assembled in another production facility. Also, more research is needed.
Respect to the parts of the kit, all kits observed have typical late war contents like phenolic oilers and also simplified steel chains.
|Two "C N X" kits: with WaA20 (above) and without Waffenamt (down).|
|The inner of the kit from up on the previous picture. The tool is missing.|
|The inner of the kit from down on the top picture.|
|The inner of another "C N X" kit.|
|Contents of the "C N X" kit shown before. All parts shows signs of late war manufacture.|
|"C N X" case at left and "ab 44" at right.|
|A "C N X" (left) and "ab 44" (right) comparison. Note the same manufacture detail (metal sheet placed upside down ?).|
|"C N X" kit, also marked with Waffenamt WaA20. On this kit the case seems to be made by Hawig.|
|Comparision of the "C N X" shown before (behind) and a "cmr 44" kit (in front) . Note the similarities.|
|Four "C N X" kits, three dark green and one at right grey.|
|Two "C N X" kits of the previous picture, note that the kit at left has the body painted dark green and the lids are of grey colour.|