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Tiger 1 film prop

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About the Author

About Neal Logdahl (HipKitty)
FROM: PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES

I am a boutique tube amplifier and guitar effects designer and builder and have been running my own business since 1987. I also am a consultant and do tube amplifier repair and modifications for some well known artist. My background was emergency medicine (Paramedic) for which I was doing as a "day ...


Comments

nice pics, do you have any of the rear end? paul
JUL 31, 2011 - 05:08 AM
Paul, you can see shots of the rear...there's no covering, just the rear-drive transmission (I think) and the engine with two large coffee cans covering something. In fact, the transmission (rear-drive) has a date of 1956....I think that's a date marking. I really don't know Russian tanks, so I'm not really sure. If this is the case, the re-builder must have worked hard to find fitting transmission parts.
JUL 31, 2011 - 06:28 AM