Strange halftrack markings

#22
Some of you are not taking this seriously!

I'm just jealous of Halftrack having a halftrack. I did have a Dodge WC52 for a while and that was fun.:cool:
ARRSE 's are always welcome to have a drive once she's back on the road.
 
#25
As its an early halftrack, never rebuilt as a A1 variant, I suspect it served throughout 44/45 and ended up in a training depot. The better protected M3A1's would have still been serving on the front line up to and including the Korean War.
 
#26
Some of you are not taking this seriously!

I'm just jealous of Halftrack having a halftrack. I did have a Dodge WC52 for a while and that was fun.:cool:

what are the chances of someone with that username having a halftrack? it's spooky
 
#27
Thinking about it, as it never was an A1, it might also have been converted into a M16 MGMC for gunnery training at one time.
 
#32
They should have stuck with these ….
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I wasn't allowed one of these as a company car. I wasn't allowed the Hale and Pace penis extension car either.

I will admit my skoda octavia is a little more practical, but what if I want to invade poland? nobody thought of that
 
#33
I wasn't allowed one of these as a company car. I wasn't allowed the Hale and Pace penis extension car either.

I will admit my skoda octavia is a little more practical, but what if I want to invade poland? nobody thought of that
Being German not very reliable , but M3's were troublesome too , I believe .
 
#34
Being German not very reliable , but M3's were troublesome too , I believe .
oh there you go with facts again, like the Director arguing that it 'doesn't really set the right tone for us to be using WW2 Nazi machinery'. My counter-argument of 'well you have a Porche' (not a company car) was met with that classic riposte of '**** off'
 
#35
Being German not very reliable , but M3's were troublesome too , I believe .
Not really, once the rear idler had been sorted early on. It's got a reliable engine and drive train, being little more than an armoured truck.
 
#36
Not really, once the rear idler had been sorted early on. It's got a reliable engine and drive train, being little more than an armoured truck.
 
#39
You lot are all panicking and claiming it's a Tiger...

It's probably a Panzer IV...

A common problem back in the day I believe... ;-)

 

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