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Harwich...


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I am familiar with the (illegal) use by the IDF of old Centurion chassis and bodies as supply / transport mechanisms, but I have never seen this WW1 variant of something or the other before! Usual apologies from this tenderfoot if it is well known... - but it is certainly very new to me! This is from L’Album de la Guerre (Paris 1926) vol 3, 1025.

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Here is the 'Harwich'...

EDIT: Oh, a kilted laddie there!

2nd EDIT: could be shorts though?

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...but I have never seen this WW1 variant of something or the other before! ...

British gun carrier MkI according to:

http://www.pinterest.com/pin/338473728215953682/

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Indeed, many thanks, makes me wonder, though if Harwich was a one-off?

Centurion?

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