From ebay, no connection to the sellers. ID / info / corrections / comments welcome as always. Regards, Pat
http://cgi.ebay.de/Foto-Panzer-Legion-C ... 439ef6c64d
http://cgi.ebay.de/Panzer-Legion-Condor ... 35a8f2cea9
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Truck and armoured cars
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But you´ve missed some interesting ones this time...Pity I saw them at work and couldn´t save them...
That T26 in the first picture seems interesting .What do you think : Burnt paint or camouflage? I would say is a recent capture and turret is damaged (No one would carry a tank on a train with the gun protruding to one side)
That BT5 is still more intriguing. I don´t know how much cylindrical turret BT 5 and T26 came to Spain. I was only aware of the famous captured one with the Nationalist banner around the turret , maybe is the same one but it seems to have burnt out and I wonder if cooked armor could be recycled and put to use again (?)
The zertort (?) T26 seems a nationalist one, strange again the way it has been blown to pieces...Most of the times the tanks are destroyed by turret hits that blow the ammo stored on the back, this seem more the effect of a land mine , a massive one, like the ones made with dynamite (54, 77 or 120 Kg!!!)
And the last two are the best...Mmmmmhhh: Several UNL37 on ZIS5 chassis of the first series in Nationalist hands but I´d say that still on their original camouflage. I cant understand why no one has made one of these in plastic, several hundred were built and widely used along SCW together with Chevrolet 37 AAC and the last even used by French and German...I´m aware of the nice models by Steelworks but they are too expensive for my pocket . Hey ACE are you listening?