By George Bradford
Full of 1:72-scale drawings of armored automobiles from the united states, Britain, Canada, and Russia, including:M4 Sherman medium tank (U.S.)T1E3 Aunt Jemima mine exploder (U.S.)M18 Hellcat tank destroyer (U.S.)Mk VI Crusader cruiser tank (Britain)Crocodile flamethrower (Britain)Ram I cruiser tank (Canada) T-34 medium tank (Russia) SU-100 tank destroyer (Russia)And dozens extra . . . (20110928)
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One of the solutions was to mount the trusty 6-pounder anti-tank gun on the back of the AEC Matador armored ammunition carrier. 175 of these conversions were built and saw service with British forces until the end of the Desert War, when they were turned over to Turkey. FEET 0 5 10 15 20 Daimler Scout Car Mk. II FEET 0 5 10 15 20 Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 57 Mk. IV Infantry Tank (A22) Churchill Mk. I with 3” howitzer in hull front Mk. IV Infantry Tank (A22) Churchill Mk. S. T17E3) FEET 0 5 10 20 15 Mk.
III**) Covenanter III FEET 0 5 10 20 15 Humber Light Recon Car Mk. III FEET 0 5 10 15 20 This view shows the top hatch in the open position Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 49 Mk. VI Cruiser Tank (A15) Crusader I FEET 0 5 10 20 15 Mk. VIA Cruiser Tank (A15) Crusader II FEET 0 5 50 Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 15 ................... Some still carried the the MG turret up front. 10 20 Bren Carrier No. 2 Mk. I (A15) FEET 0 5 10 20 15 Light Reconnaissance Car Beaverette Mk. III FEET 0 5 10 15 20 Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 51 Humber Scout Car Mk.
FEET 0 5 10 20 15 M3A2 Half-Track FEET 0 30 Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 5 10 15 20 M4A2(76)W Sherman Medium Tank FEET 0 5 10 M39 Armored Utility Vehicle FEET 0 5 10 15 20 Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 31 M24 Chaffee Light Tank FEET 0 5 10 20 15 M22 (T9E1) Locust Light Tank The requirement for an airborne light tank had been seeded in the US well before it entered World War II. Plans were submited in 1941, and acceptance was given to the Marmon-Herrington design. 5 tons, but by the time the ﬁrst T9 prototype appeared, it was obvious that 8 tons was more realistic.