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Kingtiger under the road

Article about: Great! thank's ostlanddigger for posting these new pic's of the turret,it look's beat up but it's a kingtiger you 'r mate has a real cool garden ornament. there much better than the previous

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    Great!
    thank's ostlanddigger for posting these new pic's of the turret,it look's beat up but it's a kingtiger
    you 'r mate has a real cool garden ornament.
    there much better than the previous pic's on his website so thank's again.let's hope the council or who ever it is resonsable for digging it up get amove on and get the rest of this rare and unique vehicle out of the road.

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    thanks boy,s.i.m glad you like these pics

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    What a find.

    Guy in the hatch seems to have a sense of humour ;-)

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    wow super relics! My dream is to come find something like this, the closest I got was a couple of smoke dischargers on an old M.O.D firing range. Sadly the M.O.D somehow found out I had them (I got grassed up, their "informant" said I stole them) and sent out their police to take them back. Ah well

    Thanks

    Danny

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    Your friend is wery lucky!!!!!!

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    wow. would love to have that turret in my living room.
    But then my girlfriend maybe would love to kill me

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    I too would love this King Tiger Turret.

    If only they would be sensible and remove this great relic from it's tomb and put it on display.

    A DVD of it's recovery would more than compensate the cost of the recovery.

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    It looks like the go ahead at last, for the recovery of the King Tiger !

    BREAKING: King Tiger Buried Since 1944 to be Recovered by Author Gary Sterne

    Regards Gary

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    Great news!

    I for one, will happily go and see it, when it finally goes on display.

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    The "cemmerit" you took from the King Tiger turret is "Zimmerit" an anti-magnetic paste applied to defeat magnetic A/T bombs placed by infantry in some cases on the Pzr MkVI they resorted to barbed wire on the sides to stop infantry especially on the Eastern front where the Russians were not concerned overly with how many "Comrades" perished.

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