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Howdy John, here is what I came up with, even before Henri posted that nice flank shot of Lion Heart.
A2- Yes. However it was the early type made of a light gage metal with a cheesey locking latch. Not the one that comes in the Dragon #3536 SEP kit.
A3- Use the track in the Dragon SEP kit #3536 with the hollow center guides. The hollow center guides show up well in the picture Henri posted. In the picture in the Concord OIF pt 2 book you can see that there is a mix of solid and hollow center guides on the spare track mounted on the side of the turret.
A4- I do not know Lion Hearts' exact six digit USMC serial number. Here are some of the serials used on the hogs of the two companies(A & C Co, 2Tk BN) in Fallujah November, 2004: 5797XX, 5723XX, 5877XX, 5724XX, 58780X.
I am getting the serial number ranges from a BDA report of 18 November, 2004. I still have yet to track down the roster that matches the serial number to the Tac Mark(bumper number)which will point to Lion Hearts actual six digit number. Those are my best answers at this point in time. Happy USMC Modeling.
Outta here, Mike sends . . .
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