Tanks, Trucksm and Firepower

Event Tanks, Truck and Firepower Show

Chieftain (left) entered service in 1966 was a development of the Centurion. It’s rifled Royal Ordnance L11A5 120mm gun became the new NATO standard calibre. Centurion (right) introduced in 1945 and was the UK’s primary MBT of the post World War Two period.
SAS Pink Panther. This is the earliest surviving ‘pinkie’ used by the SAS 1969-1974
The family of this privately-owned 433 Abbot 105mm Howitzer self-propelled gun enjoying a ride

It was a three-day spectacular of dramatic explosions, big guns, battle re-enactments and magnificent military might. The 8th Tanks, Trucks and Firepower Show took place over the August Bank Holiday weekend near Dunchurch, Warwickshire attracting hundreds of privately-owned tanks and military vehicles, and thousands of visitors.

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