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I wonder if there are archived drawings available...

March 15 2004 at 6:17 PM
Hans Haase  (no login)
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Response to Ok, please dont laugh, silly Mk 1V question!

Knowing Hollywood, the actual full sized tank is on some storage lot somewhere. But even if it isn't, there had to be some type of scale drawings made for the model version that was tossed over a cliff at the end of the scene.

Would be great to find the actual tank somewhere and get it to snap some photos of it.

-Hans

 
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