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Matilda I "Demon"



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Morris Light Reconnaissance Car Mk I
This vehicle was presented to the Museum by Morris Motor in 1961



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Morris Light Reconnaissance Car Mk II



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At the time of my visit the Tamiya Hall was closed, since they were finishing a new display dedicated to Afghanistan that will open in April 2011. I managed to do a quick tour and take some snapshots anyway. From my brief visit I can confirm light conditions are problematic.

Here is the TOG. Together with the Rhino it's the only vehicle in Tamiya Hall not able to run:



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Daimler Armoured Car Mk I



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Coventry Armoured Car

I realized P-O's PDF has a picture of it while it was in Tamiy Hall. This looks a bit better:



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Guy Armoured Car Mk I



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I am having some busy days, so no new pictures. I'll try to compensate with some info from the Museum.

I was told they have two M103s, the one inside the Tamiya's hall is pretty well know and has been running pretty often. I never heard of a second tank, and I wasn't able to see it in the reserve collection. But the warden who told me so, was a competent guy.

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A film from Bovington www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCx-8gV9O54
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Some additional info on this:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...nce_(tank)

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Some news on the Panther. Currently is waiting for some pieces to be restored/replaced. Soon it will be again in running condition.

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As I said, the Tamiya Hall was closed, so I missed the AML-90. Is it true it was captured in the Falklands?

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