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Stuart With Aux Fuel Tanks
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Doug_Kibbey
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Definitely looks like eastern N.C.....(or parts of Ft. Jackson, S.C., or that matter). Squishy, sandy pine forests. Thank God I did basic in winter!
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Larger images Doug!

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Larger images Doug!


Only at 510 pixels now...well under the limit, he's MORE than wecome to post larger ones!
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 12:18 am
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Hi TW! Hi Folks!

Aux fuel tanks on the early M3 Stuarts was a common item. Their range was not that great.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 28, 2006 3:02 pm
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Aux fuel tanks on the early M3 Stuarts was a common item.

Without trying to be too picky (but I can't seem to help it!) these are M3A1s. Welded sponsons, no sponson MG ports, definietly M3A1s.

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