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Have a check on the Landships site just in case, but either
a. Look in Fletcher's Tanks and Trenches or possibly his Landships (Landships has a photo of her I think) or in the recently re-published history of 6th Bn which gives the combat report too.
b. I'll look it out for you - I've got a small database of tank WD/Manufacturers numbers and I think I've got about 50% of Whippets covered.
It's an oddity of 6BN that they used both F names and non-F names seemingly side by side - winess Firefly in Brussels that was extant at the same time as Musical Box.
No full list of 6 has survived in the records I've seen, but I have a full list from Amiens for 3rd Bn if anyone needs a name.
PS. Emhar Whippet - looks a bit chunky, but that may be an effcet of 1/72nd over 1/76th. Nigel Rayner's is on the WW1 Modelling site, and looks good - he reports problems getting the track frames to sit right, but otherwise its OK. I've posted a link to piccies of my 1/76th scrtach earlier,