as you can see in this picture the origional zimmerit has fallen off leaving this corner, or rather shoulder, of the tank smooth compared to the rest of the zimmerit covered hull.
That is not confirmed since recent studies show that a Canadian Sherman III was the one which hit his Tiger from the side.
Some say a Typhoon/hurricane hit it and others say Firefly Witthmann was the 4 best ace.
Panther: 5,796 vehicles produced, plus 8 on the F series chassis.
M4 Sherman and variations: 49,234 vehicles produced total.
The ratio (almost 6,000 for the Panther vs. almost 50,000 for the M4 models) of Panther to M4 models would be 1:8.3
T34 and variations: over 57,300: 34,780 T-34s (with 76.2 mm guns) in 1940–44, and another 22,559 T-34-85s (with 85mm guns) in 1944–45.
The ratio (almost 6,000 for the Panther vs. almost 60,000 for the T-34 models) of Panther to T-34 models would be 1:10.
Next time, I'd advise you to do your research before throwing around baseless (and quite obviously nonsensical) statements like that.