The A43 "Black Prince" or "Super Churchill" was armed with the 17pdr. and was a formidable tank and although six were built before hostilities ended as the Centurion was also now ready, no series production was undertaken. This is a must for any serious collector of British Armour.
Although Rams were never used as Gun Tanks in WWII, this version did see action in the Normandy campaign as Command tanks, AOP tanks and with their turrets still retained as Flamethrower tanks. (See details)
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Some Ram Mk.II Kangaroos (BB98) were converted into Flamethrower tanks by using Wasp II equipment. They were redesignated as "Badgers" and saw action in Holland with the 4th Canadian Armoured Brigade.
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This model depicts the Ram Kangaroo based on the hull of an Early Mk.II which following the use of "Unfrocked Priests" as APC's by the Canadians in the Falaise offensive, lead to the decision to form both a Canadian (1st) and British (49th) Carrier Regiment within the 79th Armoured Division using...
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