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M3 Halftrack
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M3 Halftrack
Ref: US027

The M3 was manufactured from 1941 with over 12,000 built. It differred from the M2(US29), being designed as a Personnel Carrier and having a longer body. It was also used as an armoured ambulance. First used in the Philippines, they also saw action in N. Africa, Sicily, Italy and NW Europe.

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LVT3 Amtrac
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LVT3 Amtrac
Ref: US026

Known as the "Bushmaster", 2964 were built in 1944/45 and were all issued to the Marines seeing action for the first time in the invasion of Okinawa. Post war they saw action in Korea, Indochina with the French, and at Suez with the British...

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LVT(A)2 Amphibious Landing Vehicle
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LVT(A)2 Amphibious Landing Vehicle
Ref: US025

This was an improved version of the LVT2 (see US24) with the redesign of the front compartment and the addition of armour plate. Resultantly it was the only vehicle to carry the (A) designation without carrying a turret. Built from March 1943, only 450 were built with all of them going to the US...

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LVT(A)4 Amtank (75mm M8 TypeTurret)
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LVT(A)4 Amtank (75mm M8 TypeTurret)
Ref: US017

...Of the 1,890 produced in 1944/5, 533 formed three Marine Amtank battallions, and the Army, a furher seven battallions from the 1,307 they received.

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LVT(A)1 Amtank (37mm Turret)
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LVT(A)1 Amtank (37mm Turret)
Ref: US016

...Introduced into service in early 1944 to give much needed support in the early stages of amphibious landings they continued in service along side their replacements, the LVT(A)4 (US17), as late as the Okinawa landings. All 510 vehicles built saw service in the Pacific with both the US Army (32...

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T26E4 "Super" Pershing
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T26E4 "Super" Pershing
Ref: US013S

The "Super Pershing" was the improvised M26 used by the 3rd. Armoured Division in order to test the new longer 90mm T15E1 gun in combat on the King Tigers!.....

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T26E3 Pershing  (M26 - WWII version)
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T26E3 Pershing (M26 - WWII version)
Ref: US013

The T26E3 was the first production version of the Pershing and saw combat from February 1945 in Germany and in Okinawa. Following its introduction into combat it was renamed the M26 in March 1945. Later they saw extensive action in the Korean War.

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T1E1 "Earthworm" Mine Exploder (on Late M32B1 Hull)
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T1E1 "Earthworm" Mine Exploder (on Late M32B1 Hull)
Ref: US012

Three sets of rollers, each with six heavy armoured discs, were suspended from the boom of the M32B1...a limited number of these cumbersome contraptions were built and saw service in the ETO in 1944-45.



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M20 Utility Car
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M20 Utility Car
Ref: US010

This high speed Utility Car was used in conjunction with the M8 Armoured Car by the recon units and ...

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M8 Greyhound Armoured Car
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M8 Greyhound Armoured Car
Ref: US009

Built by Ford from March 1943, 11,000 of this very fast Armoured Car (Max.55mph) were built with some being supplied to the British who nicknamed it "Greyhound", not apparently for its speed, but for thin armour!


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