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Media RSS Feed Report media Red Dawn (1984) T-72A replica . (view original)
Red Dawn (1984) T-72A replica .
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Spetsnaz_Reaper Feb 23 2013, 2:38pm says:

Where is the infantry support??? :)

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rkraptor70 Feb 23 2013, 3:17pm replied:

Just got blown to hell by a bomb that was planted inside a nearby building.

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VWV Feb 23 2013, 4:01pm says:

I wonder why didn't they put some skirts on the side to cover the upper tracks...
Almost every T-72 have side skirts.

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Kalga Feb 23 2013, 7:08pm replied:

... because someone has already shot off the skirts?

... or they just ran out of budget by that time.

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OminousSpudd Feb 24 2013, 3:47am replied:

Option B I'm feeling.

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SunnyBittern Feb 24 2013, 12:02pm replied:

Or, you know, they really did not care for 100% accuracy, because most viewers did not go to the movie to admire Soviet engineering, but to see WOLVERINES!!!

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willychong8921 Feb 25 2013, 6:36pm says:

Is this build on the base of a M48 Patton/M60 Patton, cause it really look like one, especially the 8 wheel track. And uhhh...... US Army borrowed them? How much is to rent on of these toys?

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rkraptor70 Feb 26 2013, 3:43pm replied:

They were made using M18 Hellcat chassis. And funny that as the tanks were such a precise replica that while it was being carted around Los Angeles, two CIA officers followed it to the studio and wanted to know where it had come from. And later rumored to asked them for OPFOR training.

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