Your bike with a Tank (or other military vehicle / installations)

Discussion in 'Photos' started by calrider, Sep 5, 2010.

  1. soshiant

    soshiant Been here awhile

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    Hi, my friend.
    This engine is used in the Iranian army.
    Ability to install and has a rocket launcher.
    Fully tested
    Right now he is working a lot.

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    I apologize for photo editing

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  2. JasonH

    JasonH Been here awhile

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  3. ftw

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  8. skandero

    skandero Been here awhile

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    One of my previous bikes and IS-2 tank near Vyborg, Russia:
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  9. ftw

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    IS-3 in fact.

    Funny colour - not the usual v. distinctive dark green Soviet army tank corps paint, eh?
  10. ftw

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    One of my earlier bikes against a 1943 mod. T-34/76 ( hexagonal cast turret - quite rare nowdays, only few preserved ):

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  11. ftw

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    Tanks and like on display in the town of Korosten', N. Ukraine:

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  12. Stretch67

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    A Ukrainian Tiger! Hell yeah! [​IMG]
  13. ftw

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    Like, sorry to disappoint and stuff...but neither he nor me are.
  14. Stretch67

    Stretch67 Mad Scientist

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    Uhh... okay. Uh-huh-huh-huh-huh.
  15. blackx70

    blackx70 Been here awhile

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  17. Lime

    Lime Been here awhile

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    Photo from my mother of a military bike in New Guinea. She was an Army nurse stationed there during WWII.
    <a href="http://s863.photobucket.com/user/jhower/media/MomampDad1655_zpsdcb1c509.jpg.html" target="_blank"><img src="http://i863.photobucket.com/albums/ab195/jhower/MomampDad1655_zpsdcb1c509.jpg" border="0" alt="New Guinea WWII photo MomampDad1655_zpsdcb1c509.jpg"/></a>
  18. viclava

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    Here is one I get to drive...

    Cheers

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  19. ftw

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  20. The Bigfella

    The Bigfella Big Adventurer

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    Bikes in the background on this one

    Pol Pot's radio van

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    and "inside" the house / command post of the murderous bastard

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    Had to be careful to avoid falling into bunkers and gun pits.... some in the house, some on the trail

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