- the_shadock- Doug_KibbeyAlso, I've got one of the one in the Patton Museum from this year and from 1971 out front (same vehicle) that I can post for you later. Just arrived in Europe and don't have access to my files here.
So there is something I don't understand. The Patton Museum has a FT-17 since 1971. This museum received 2 more FT-17 (more or less wrecks) from Afghanistan, and now, only 2 are exposed. What happened to the 3dr one?
I think that I'll do a survining FT-17 PDF file too..
- JimWebScrap was more welcome in the UK than iron ore which required far more processing, Imports of it tailed off once we began to win battles, capture the ground and started advancing as there was a closer (and free) supply recovered from the battlefield. American ships even carried it as ballast on their return to the USA.
Thanks for the info. I'll see if the paper has any idea.- Neil_BaumgardnerChris,
Sure, here's where I got the info. No idea where in Huntington it is stored
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