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Fantastic news. if your tank gun needs to be de-militarised.
Vasectomy by AFV - national health care options have never been so affordable!Tanks a lot Priscilla - I'm sure we'd all love to have a goolies pulled in treads :-)
Is Priscilla eligible for the end of month tanktober prize? :)
I'm hoping she is like one of those Russian Bride pop-ups that I pretend to not enjoy if my family is around
M48 Patton Main Battle Tank update of earlier M46 and M47.
Seoul South Korea?
M48 Patton... not sure exactly which flavour though.
I'm not sure, but clearly post-war US. It's not an M-60. It does look like South East Asia, so I'll plug for Saigon as well.
I haven't a clue what it is?? But its a great looking tank nontheless!
I think it's a M-47. I dunno what it is about these, but I've always hated them. I hate the stupid looking muzzle brake, and they always remind me of packets of cheap supermarket army men.
Can't say I hate the tank but totally agree with the cheap supermarket army men concept. I am sure lying around in a moth eaten box are some cheap army men and said tank undergoing the 2015 brittle death of polyethene that is 20+ years old.
I think Airfix did polythene versions of these. The came in a cardboard box. Oh the memories from when I was a nipper many many moons ago. They did a dodgy Tiger 1 and a DUKW etc.
Scoff ye not at the first wargaming figures most lads acquire!
No scoffing here. Airfix used to do sets with say the pontoon bridge with a few of these polythene tanks and a couple of sets of soldiers. I still remember the first box of Airfix soldiers I ever had. They were the first set of WW2 Germans, really poorly sculpted. My Nan bought them for me in Woolworths, I thought they were the best thing ever at the time. Think I was four or five.
M48 at the War Remnants Museum in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. I wonder what caused the damage to the mud guards.