SAM WERNER MILITARY MUSEUM TENNESSEE

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  1. andrewok1

    andrewok1 In Maximum Overdrive GOLD MEMBER SILVER MEMBER

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    60 YEARS OF COLLECTING, THESE ARE OF CORSE ONLY A START TO A HUGE COLLECTION BY 1 MAN
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    Hope you can post a few more Andy. Don't know if you got any of my two babys so I'll post those two. Something about "Fast Attacks" crank my tractor but for now they are safer in the museum. Takes away the temptation to go prowling in the middle of the night. DSCN1358.JPG DSCN1358.JPG DSCN1357.JPG
     
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    I would get in trouble with this one

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    That one's VW-based isn't it? Wide 5 wheels. Perfect base for desert work.
     
  5. Hillbilly

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    Actually it was built by Cosworth in England. Not a lot of VW in it. 2.3 Ford engine that is plenty healthy thanks to their mods. Got that A-hole attitude don't it Carl ? Imagine what it could do without all the toys hung on it.
     
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    only a few more pictures that are clear enough to post ,
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    Because you would overload it before heading off to a swap meet?
     
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    Probably - a lot of ammo is required these days to remove distracted drivers from the roadways. Sort of a self-correcting issue though. As you use up ammo it will lighten the load.
     
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    Seems I recall something like this in someplace hot and sandy. As I recall there were about 6 "Jerry Cans" mounted to a shelf on the back as well as more "road clearing" tools. Also reminds me of blowing lenses out of M-49 spotting scopes with the back blast from what are now called M-82/107's at a place called Thunder Range a long time ago in a land far far away

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    Yeah Doc, all kinds of things that could clear the road if needed. I keep a couple of those pop guns around for ground hog hunting, long distance style. GUN.jpg This one is great for clearing out entire neighborhoods.
     
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    Well if you are old school it was 168's and 190's, new school has 175's and 220's all "NOT FOR COMBAT USE" . That looks like a movie prop or what "should" have been mounted in Spooky. Gotta love some motorized Dr. Gatling.

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    I'll stick to my civvie versions of M82A1's for now. Traded some Ford parts for them, Ronnie Barrett is a car nut too thankfully.
     

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