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Nuffield Mk.VI A 'Crusader II' Anti-aircraft Mk I

Nuffield Mk.VI A 'Crusader II' in Wealth of the World: Transport, Documentary, 1950 IMDB

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

Nuffield Mk.VI A 'Crusader II' Anti-aircraft Mk I

Position 00:08:57 [*] Background vehicle

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dsl SX

2014-09-08 18:04

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Identical triplets??

2491tj EN

2014-09-08 18:51

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Crusader II, Anti aircraft Mk I, turrets are reversed over engine rear. late model with all round shield, mounted the 40mm Bofors Aa gun.

nzcarnerd NZ

2014-09-08 22:37

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Looking to see who the manufacturer of these is, I see that we have both tractors and tanks in the Nuffield section. Should they not be separated? They were built by different organisations. The tractors were built by a division of Morris Motors - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuffield_Universal - whereas the tanks were built by a completely different company set up specifically to build military machinery - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuffield_Mechanizations_and_Aero . The only connection was William Morris.

I don't know what happened to mechanisations after the war, but maybe it became the Agricultural Division of Morris motors as this page suggests - Link to "www.ebay.com"

If they are to be regarded as the same company why then are Dodge Brothers and Dodge very carefully separated??

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