Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles: 1:72 Scale by George Bradford

By George Bradford

Jam-packed with 1:72-scale drawings of armored cars 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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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.

I Armored Car FEET 0 5 10 15 20 Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 55 Bishop Self-Propelled 25-pdr FEET 0 5 10 20 15 Mk. VI Cruiser Tank (A15) Crusader III .      .           .   .    .   .                 .      .   .   .  .   .   .   .  . .  .  .    FEET 0 ................... 56 Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 5 10 15 20 AEC Carrier for 6-pdr Gun Mk. I, Deacon The flowing battles in North Africa soon made it clear that a self-propelled anti-tank gun was a must.

II (Type C) Fitted with Petard spigot mortar and deep-wading trunking. FEET 0 5 10 15 20 Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 61          5 10 17-pdr Self-Propelled M10 Achilles IIC FEET 0 62 Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 5 10 15 20     20 15  FEET 0                                                 Anti-Aircraft Mk. II Cruiser Tank Crusader III AEC Mk. I Armored Car FEET 0 5 10 15 20 Grant Scorpion IV Mine Clearing Flail Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 63 Sherman V Crab II Flail Mine Clearance Device Challenger Cruiser Tank (A30) Fitted with the 17-pdr gun.

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