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Discussion in 'Post-World War 2 Armour' started by daniel_elsal, Apr 13, 2004.

  1. Nashorn phpbb3

    Nashorn phpbb3 New Member

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    Probably russian??
    The chassis is russian
     
  2. Anton phpbb3

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    Slovakian artillery conversion of a T-55 chassis? don't know looks cool.
     
  3. Moonchild

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    Yeah, it's our "Zuzana"
     
  4. Kellhound

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    An easy one
    [​IMG]
     
  5. Ricky

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    It's an 'X'

    :wink: :grin:
     
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    Damn you're good. I thought it was a one eyed dead cat.
     
  7. Kellhound

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    Maybe it was shy. :p
     
  8. tankpark.freeserve.co.uk

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    aziz

    "Have any of you I implore,
    Seen the likes of this before?"
    There you are free bonus quote with picture (If it's there!)
    Ricky is Barred. But , Whoops, probably got name on pic!
     
  9. tankpark.freeserve.co.uk

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    as above

    Too easy! But here's a bonus.
    Where is the quote from.
    Oh Yes! I Know. THERE IS a NON WW" quote section!
     
  10. GP

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    could it be the black prince.

    Could it be the black prince? With it's 152 mm front armour.
     
  11. hoffe_sweden

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    A churchill with a 6 pounder gun (57 mm )
     
  12. Ricky

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    Black Prince with 17pdr.
    Not developed beyond prototype as the Centurion was better.
    Tankpark (who I believe has first-hand experience) says the Black Prince was 'Rubbish'!
     
  13. tankpark.freeserve.co.uk

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    Black Prince?

    A Churchill? Count the bogie wheels, a churchill has 11.
     
  14. Skua

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    Hi tankpark,

    Thanks for sharing the Black Prince stowage sketch with us. Do you have any more stowage sketches ?

    :)
     
  15. tankpark.freeserve.co.uk

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    Black Prince.

    Not sure, have so much accumilated junk! Still have many contacts in useful places,ie, Lulworth, Bovington,Regimental associations.
    etc.
     
  16. Skua

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    I have a set of stowage sketches which obviously come from the same source as yours. Mine are only copies though.
     
  17. tankpark.freeserve.co.uk

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    black prince.

    Mine came from the Royal Armoured Corps Gunnery School, Lulworth Cove,1946.Good Gun, Bad Tank.
     
  18. corpcasselbury

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    Re: black prince.

    Cool name, though. :)
     

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