Discussion in 'The Tanks in World War 2 quiz section' started by Boba Nette, Aug 27, 2004.
that will do!!!
and as david (not this david) said : it is an H version
Ok, a more traditional quiz - picture from Merlin.
Isn't that a Universal Carrier?
with what look like fire spades
Sorry to jump,the Queue but this pic has just come up on the 'ARRSE' Forum (Army Rumour SErvice) and thought you might give me a clue. (Whoops got to go back and find pic )
Looks like a recovery or engineer rig on a T-55 chassis.
Opinion on 'ARRSE' goes with you, I'm afraid my tank reccy doesn't go past the Cent's!!!
Whoops, ARRSE says it is T653 (Chinese type 59) whatever they are!
The Type 59 is the Chinese copy of the T-55.
Is it cheaper? and what kind of paint is on it? will it be withdrawn from the shelves in Hamleys before Christmas?
You can tell the Type 59 because it has 'Made in China' stamped on the bottom.
Ok, back to the rocket-propelled Universal Carrier...
Don't laugh, because that is what it was! Before and After pics from SADE.
a crane? No we've left that one, we're back to the bren carrier!
Name that tank!
Wake up at the back there! this thread has gone to sleep.
So, I submit to you a top secret design from WW2. :lol:
See, even the 'non-sense-of-humour' Germans knew that the Brits knocked off for tea!
Or is just a myth?
'Brummbar',don't let Christian see that.
Continuing my theme of discovering the identity of vehicles for inclusion in the PMVR, what are these:
I have definate suspicions about some of them, but would appreciate input from you knowledgable types.