From: G.R. Baker (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Feb 13 2003 - 18:08:42 PST
Its a M35A2 Turbo, it was spinning on the other side. The British called
them the "Honey" because they were so easy to drive compared to the M3.
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Behalf Of kuhrick
Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 9:06 PM
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Subject: Re: [MV] Video is Finished.
man that truck works hard pulling the tank after it get on the dirt
was that a 2 1/2 or a 5 ton
and the stuart was that the one the brits called the roson (cereate
lites every time
At 07:36 PM 2/13/03 -0800, Patrick Jankowiak wrote:
>On the Stuart Tank, what are the numerous pipe-looking thingies bolted
>to one side of the turret? I notice the other side of the turret has a
>slanted area instead.
>"G.R. Baker" wrote:
> > Video is Finished.
> > G.R.Baker
> > MVPA 23220
> > M5A1 Light Tank "Stuart"
> > http://tired-iron.mounet.com
> > Kingsport, TN
> > "Love America or Leave it"
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