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Classic Military Vehicle July 2022

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Cold War Tank Hunter

words David Fletcher pictures archive

David Fletcher investigates the development of the Jagdpanzer...

words David Fletcher pictures archive

Staying Warm

words and pictures Robert U’Ren

Robert U’Ren from Willys Jeep UK shares some of his helpful...

words and pictures Robert U’Ren

A true classic

News & Letter Members of the Household Cavalry took...

US Army float bridge system employed in Poland

News & Letter An entire float ribbon bridge system...

Demand for Snatch Land Rovers

words and pictures Nigel Hay

Military Vehicle Market 1945 Chevrolet C60L CMP at...

words and pictures Nigel Hay

War and Justice

words and pictures John Carroll

On the Shelf Collectable Books During the war in Afghanistan,...

words and pictures John Carroll

Getting a bargain

Words and pictures Tim Gosling

Tim Gosling looks at a 1919 buyer’s guide for surplus vehicles...

Words and pictures Tim Gosling

Chieftains Galore

words Nik Wyness

Behind the Scenes The Tank Museum’s Nik Wyness discusses...

words Nik Wyness

Buffalo 47 to go on show

CBLA chairman Daniel Abbott poses with the Crowland Buffalo days...