Part 6 of a multi-part series.
Some kind of goofy mutant and an America-mobile.
A duck and a ferret.
Eland 90, aka the Noddy car.
Eland 60, sans 60mm mortar.
Crazypants Italian armoured car. I honestly have no idea which end is the front and which end is the back.
Granddaddy armoured car.
Our first attempt at a locally-made armoured car. This is where we caught the wheeled death trap bug.
Attempt the second. The Boys anti-tank rifle is missing.
Attempt the third. The Brits had finally gotten tired of the 2 pounder, so of course we snapped them up and stuck them into our wheeled death traps.
Attempt 4. Now we're really getting into it. I think that that's a 6-pounder, but I could be wrong.
The G6. This is what happens if you let us work on the same thing for too long. Eventually you end up with a house-sized monster armed with a howitzer.
Part 5 of a multi-part series. This one's got the goods.
Sherman and firefly.
Early Valentine. The British really went through a phase where they slapped 2 pounders onto everything.
Comet, aka Hipster Centurion.
Centurion, aka The entire History of South African tanks post-WW2.
T-shirt cannon Churchill.
Combat engineers get no respect.
This thing is tiny and has an insane steering system.
Somehow this thing is even smaller. Those twin barrels are for a flamethrower of some sort, because the Italians were world-class optimists.