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November 6 2016 at 3:10 AM
Andrew Deeley   (Login deeley)
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Response to not being a US halftrack expert

THi
Yes the M3 Can be used as the basis for other versions.

Fortunately the modelling world didn't have to sort it out the US Army did it for us. I suggest a quick search on Wiki for M2, M3, M5, M9 it will give lots of info.

One of the easy ID features on M2/3 is the the rear hul side and rear join is square and on the M5/9 the join is rounded. The US only used M2/3 the M5/9 were exported.

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Andrew


 
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