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The Newton Armoured Personnel Carrier was A Thing.
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That's all I know at the moment.



-- Edited by James H on Wednesday 6th of June 2018 12:28:12 PM

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Definitely a thing...

Photo 2 seems to be the odd one out. The suspension appears to be an early Horstmann design, so around 1930-31?

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Yes, they are consecutive numbers in the same IWM collection, but No. 2 is  cearly a red herring.

 

 



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What are the IWM references, please?



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Thank you for posting. I have not seen this vehicle before.



-- Edited by MooreTanks on Thursday 14th of June 2018 02:44:52 PM

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