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Very likely

October 25 2004 at 8:35 AM
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Very likely to have been all 1924 models Erik. I have not seen a model nor photo of this particular model so cannot comment further. I have found that when the Vickers m/g were fitted that by 1938 the central turret roof panel had been removed from both model cars both to improve cooling and allow the m/gs to fire in two directions at the same time.

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