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No idea about the driver, but clearly intended for Russian winters

September 13 2017 at 1:11 PM
Harry Dente  (Login hdente)
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Response to Panzer '46 question

as the exhausts duct through the fighting compartment to the rear plate. Would have been nice and toasty inside! Seriously, they could have copied the Archer with this wiffer and put the driver in "run away!' position, since that's what it'd have spent most of its time doing. Or maybe they wanted to expose the crew to the heat to prepare them for the "warmth" of a few surprise packages delivered via B-29, or maybe B-36s in 46/47.

 
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