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good enuf. ur up :)
i thought the vietnam-era m60-style bipod and wood stock would offer a decent clue
ok... no taker? i guess the original would do then... can any1 ID the original off which this clone was made? :confused:
hehe, God bless NATO for naming all of P-5, P-6 and P-7 SS-N-3 Shaddock :D
okay, next up -- the original should be obvious, please be specific...
Russian P-5 Pyatyorka / NATO reporting name: SS-N-3C Shaddock?
oops, didn't mean to go AWOL on you guys. i dont have anything good to post. so whoever grabs it first gets it. have a nice (long) weekend. :)
Chinese WZ901 / Type 92B police APC
right on, costas. ur up
here's new one:
panzerkom..do not hotlink your images. Use a image hosting site such as imageshack or tinypic
bd popeye super...
FIAT G.91R/4 ... but why is it in HAF markings? :)
yup, your turn, costas
okay. who is she?
Chinese Z-6 helicopter, a development of the Z-5 / Mi-4?
quite a rare find :)
hmmm... one of those North Korean midget subs? maybe the yugo class?
dude, i was like "lights... camera..." and you got it before i could say "action!"
your turn, planeman :D
this shouldn't be too hard, although i blacked out some revealing stuff
i think we usually go by a "3 days rule"
she's the protected cruiser hai chi, built in 1898, sunk in 1937 as blockship in the Yangtze river
holy coastal gunboat! ... i have no clue what it is, but it reminds me of the MONARC project where they're trying to fit PzH2000 turrets on frigates.
some kind of an M113 variant? possibly a movie prop? :p
hmmmm, interesting... some kind of an M60 tank modification with ERA and some water-mobility modules added? perhaps by the israelis?
WHOA! planeman, that was amazing how you IDed the liberator