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1917 Metropolitan Carriage and Wagon Mark IV Male Excellent

1917 Metropolitan Carriage and Wagon Mark IV in Soldiers: Tank, Documentary, 1985 IMDB

Class: Others, Military armored vehicle — Model origin: UK

1917 Metropolitan Carriage and Wagon Mark IV Male Excellent

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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rage SK

2011-01-16 21:55

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maybe a mark 5 tank?

7E38 MC

2011-01-21 05:04

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I'd agree with "rage" here.

edirty6 UK

2011-02-14 00:17

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I think it is a Mark VI (the last Mark VI)

mike962

2013-08-13 07:53

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found it from its name "Excellent" it's a MARK IV


Quote A Mark IV Male, Excellent, is displayed at Bovington. After World War I, this tank was presented by the army to HMS Excellent, a Royal Navy shore establishment where some tank crewmen were trained. During World War II, it was made operational again for service with the Home Guard when German invasion threatened in 1940.[10] It is still maintained in working order.[11]


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mike962

2013-08-13 18:38

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A MISTAKE here guys !!!

"Excellent" is NOT the manufacterer but tank name !! they used to give tank names like with SHIPS


for manufacter you can pick one
Quote The Mark IV was built by six manufacturers: Metropolitan (the majority builder), Fosters of Lincoln, Armstrong-Whitworth, Coventry Ordnance Works, William Beardmore and Company and Mirrlees, Watson & Co.


so "Excellent" should be perhaps just extra info

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G-MANN UK

2013-08-13 18:44

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All the others seem to be listed with "Metropolitan Carriage and Waggon" as the make.

By the way, why are these called male and female?

-- Last edit: 2013-08-13 18:46:44

mike962

2013-08-13 18:52

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male had cannons , females machine guns instead

females proved much more deadlier in the trenches :lol:

-- Last edit: 2013-08-13 18:53:28 (G-MANN)

G-MANN UK

2013-08-13 18:54

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Interesting.

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