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it is with a heavy heart that i have to inform you all that i have sold the cromwell and it is now in eastern europe. it's a shame it didn't stay in the uk but that's just how it goes.

i want to thank all the people that have helped and encouraged me along the way and don't worry i will acquire more armour in the near future.:cool2:

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Interesting that it went to eastern Europe? But it seem that there is a growing interest in that region, for the troops that served with the British during the war.

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i spoke with the buyers agent and he told me it was the nicest tank he's driven, which i was quite pleased to hear.

 

it's no accident that i've picked up a couple cents to replace it but i doubt they will be anywhere as nice to drive, same engine, steering and gearbox but twice the weight. i might have to go looking for the elusive rickmansworth buried cromwell before i'll be satisfied

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i spoke with the buyers agent and he told me it was the nicest tank he's driven, which i was quite pleased to hear.

 

it's no accident that i've picked up a couple cents to replace it but i doubt they will be anywhere as nice to drive, same engine, steering and gearbox but twice the weight. i might have to go looking for the elusive rickmansworth buried cromwell before i'll be satisfied

 

Rick .. enlighten us heathens about this ?????

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a cromwell drove into a clay pit at a breakers yard and apparently was not worth the effort to recover and remains there to this day. i have followed up on many tank stories and one day i will find one. this might be the one

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a cromwell drove into a clay pit at a breakers yard and apparently was not worth the effort to recover and remains there to this day. i have followed up on many tank stories and one day i will find one. this might be the one

 

Reminds me of this -

 

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