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M-9 Bulldozer kit for the M-60 series tanks
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Jens_O_Mehner
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2007 12:41 pm
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- Dontos
Dozer Tanks,.....Heres a little thing I 're-edited' to spotlight an M48 Dozer Tank.

Neat detail for the model builder,....

And what a cool slide.....

Berlin 1961 Video re-edited...

enjoy....
Don


Ahemmm,

while you are busy re-editing, better change the date, these tanks were in action on August 13, 1961... October, pshaw, pifflecock... *grumble* Evil or Very Mad

Those 'Murricans... Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2007 1:02 pm
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October 25 1961........ Cool

October Berlin Crisis 1961 (short version)


I didn't think I screwed up that bad...

Don
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2007 1:46 pm
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October 25 1961........ Cool

October Berlin Crisis 1961 (short version)


I didn't think I screwed up that bad...

Don


Well,

waddaya know... I have been a victim of disinformation and stand duly corrected, seems like this particular bit was indeed shot on October 25 when the Rooshians limited the movements of the Allies.

I blame it on the press, where these photos have always been captioned as having been taken on the day they started building the Berlin wall- heck, even my schoolbook had it captioned that way. Evil or Very Mad

Forget I said anything, I am not even here...

Oh those Germans...
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2007 6:54 pm
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- Dontos
October 25 1961........ Cool

October Berlin Crisis 1961 (short version)


I didn't think I screwed up that bad...

Don


Well,

waddaya know... I have been a victim of disinformation and stand duly corrected, seems like this particular bit was indeed shot on October 25 when the Rooshians limited the movements of the Allies.

I blame it on the press, where these photos have always been captioned as having been taken on the day they started building the Berlin wall- heck, even my schoolbook had it captioned that way. Evil or Very Mad

Forget I said anything, I am not even here...

Oh those Germans...



Don't sweat it.... Your challange actually enabled me to find the short clip that has a little different video footage.

"ding "....Hey,....its 'LICHER BREAK' TIME. Mr. Green


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2007 9:25 pm
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Ya..............ain't it cool when the driver lets off on the the fuel and the de-gasers cut in and you see the exhaust flashes on the upper engine deck on the ole M48 gasers, the flashes/flames are 3 feet long on the M51 VTR from that super charged injected 1790................koooool
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Ya..............ain't it cool when the driver lets off on the the fuel and the de-gasers cut in and you see the exhaust flashes on the upper engine deck on the ole M48 gasers, the flashes/flames are 3 feet long on the M51 VTR from that super charged injected 1790................koooool


That is one of the things I was interested in hearing. When I first watched the video, the flash back really caught my attention.

The precision slide is awesome also. In the frontal view,(from the eastern side) the track appears to spin in reverse. Is that an illusion or an old trick,....???

Don
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2007 10:54 pm
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Haven't you ever watched the old cowboy movies and seen the stagecoach spokes seem to turn backwards, its an optical effect.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2007 9:34 am
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www.pearson-eng.com/pr...Index.aspx poughs n dozer blades

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