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Discussion in 'Car Culture' started by Andrew, Oct 6, 2013.
A small *whatisit*--->
Centurions in New ZealandNew Zealand purchased its first Centurion in 1950, a Mk 3 direct from England. It was intended for training personnel from the RNZAC for service with one of the British regiments in Korea. Named "Scipio Africanus" it was joined by two more Mk 3s in 1953 and these received the names "Scorpion" and "Scarab". In 1963 the Army purchased 8 Centurions from British stocks in Hong Kong, these were a mixture of Mk 5 and 5/1s. Most of these had the Type A barrel though some had the Type B. In addition a Mk I ARV was purchased from England. These were withdrawn from service in 1968 and 8
(including the ARV) were sold to the Australian Army. The ARV served with the Australian Army in Vietnam while the others were used to rebuild Centurions damaged in that conflict. Of those kept in New Zealand two were preserved and two ended up as targets on the ranges at Waiouru.
And this is a small video about *Getoutofmywaydude,I'maTank*
The one on my picture is using the Type A barrel.
Had the chance to sit in a P1 during the Paris Auto Show back in 2012 and this thing is indeed one of the best things in the world, with wheels attached.
That is a damn cool car Tom.
The enginesound makes me shiver.
I guess this would fall more under the catagory of things with wheels that are insane...
AWESOME! but Racer-X's car (the shooting star) was even cooler...
Now that's what i'm talkin bout!
Potentially the next Batmobile here
Caravan Pulling Worldrecord
Steamliner, fastes car powered by a Steamengine
Watercar made by Python
Bram and his buddies having FUN
1935 Ford Phaeton
Oscar Mayer Wienermobile 1936
Ecurie Ecosse Transporter
Hell Drivers! Dodge 60s
A gem, take a few minutes, relax and sit back for an awesome vintage diamond. It's worth every second.
FORD Racecar Truck mid 60's