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Article about: by oradour It has to fit in the garage (away from view, I think she really means !) Hi Steve, I would go for the tank. It has more benefits than the Unimog, for example making your garage bi

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    Quote by oradour View Post
    It has to fit in the garage (away from view, I think she really means !)
    Hi Steve,
    I would go for the tank. It has more benefits than the Unimog, for example making your garage bigger........like this (check 0:46): Goldeneye Tank Chase - YouTube

    Regards

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    ingrid nice example lol
    ian brilliant tank you lucky sod
    nuno bit ropy condition youd probably need aall of them to make one

    tom

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    ingrid lol I wonder what the insurance is like for that now
    Last edited by oradour; 10-05-2011 at 01:33 PM.

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    Quote by Datrus View Post
    It's a gas turbine engine, right.
    yep correct 1500 horses and a real feul drinker
    with a very large thermal picture
    a heat seaking misiles dream
    43-45 miles an hour slat out
    not bad for 68 tons
    cheers ian

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    ian "real fuel drinker"=0.2mpg

    tom

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    thats prety acurate Tom
    incredable exceleration very very quick
    but you can watch the fuelguage drop on full throttle

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    the two main fuel tanks dont last long (rear) when they reach 1/8 level it automaticly trancfers fuel from the front two tanks to the rear tanks
    the engine can only drink from the rear tanks
    i cant tell you the range of milage on full tanks ,,im not allowed to divulge that info

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