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Italian Renault`s

March 15 2004 at 4:02 AM
Stirling Lowery  (Login StirlingLowery)
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Mario, I would take an educated guess and say that the Renault FT-17`s supplied to Italy retained their original French paint scheme of sand, brown and green, the one photo I have seen of "Italian" Renault`s in Libya clearly shows that these tanks were painted in a camouflage scheme and not in the usual Italian "grigioverde" used for most Italian vehicles during this period, I draw my conclusions from these observations,the Italian Renault`s were ( on occasion )re-armed with a Fiat machine gun.


 
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  1. Thanks a lot - Mario Didier on Mar 17, 2004, 6:41 AM
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