Discussion in 'The Tanks in World War 2 quiz section' started by Boba Nette, Aug 27, 2004.
No5. is a Bedford 15cwt. looks like painted RAF colours.
I think 2) is an Austin K6...
Don't think so, this is a K6.
EDIT - Could it be a 'Tilly'? More precisely an Austin 10 Utility truck.
I had only ever heard of the Matilda being refered to as "Tilly", up until now.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/a ... ge_id=1811
if you can see it.
Hard to believe but very interesting.
Hey, crashing a quiz in progress is jolly rude...
Ricky. Please forgive him, he just isn't British! :wink: :grin:
I can't see it!
but its about the British
Here are two Austin 10 Utilities.
It's not them - it does not have the 'gills' after the front wheels.
Also - are these adapted versions of the Mk IV or Mk V Bicycle?
Not sure, but these are later models!
soldier on the left to the one at the right: " hey nice tyres"
As you have gone from tanks to trucks, a subject I know nothing about, I don't think I'm even going to be able to hazard a guess.
Bicycle wittisisms however................................
Actually, Merlin's question was about this little oddity:
NOT this one David! "Name that Tank, the other one! Why two?
"What Tank is This?"
Ok, since the last one got no answers...
http://tanksww2f.chollie.co.uk/files/Ta ... 130068.JPG