By Thomas Berndt
Complete colour gallery of vintage American armored struggling with automobiles! eighty five marvelous complete colour images of each American tank imagineable. a close chronicle of the fearless tanks of yankee heritage. The tanks pictured are fantastically restored US armored autos of WW II.
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