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    That's a cool little mobile coffin
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    Why is smoke (?) escaping from the muzzle of the gun (?) near the end of the GIF? Does the gun double as an exhaust for the engine or has something inside the hull caught fire?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mklotz View Post
    Why is smoke (?) escaping from the muzzle of the gun (?) near the end of the GIF? Does the gun double as an exhaust for the engine or has something inside the hull caught fire?
    I was wondering about that myself as I never saw the gun fire maybe the smoke was for a dramatic effect
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    this tank design is awesome. Iz would love to have one both in the game Crossout (check it out if you get a chance) I would also love to use one of these to run around the neighborhood, or maybe over to McDonald's for a snack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blkadder View Post
    this tank design is awesome. Iz would love to have one both in the game Crossout (check it out if you get a chance) I would also love to use one of these to run around the neighborhood, or maybe over to McDonald's for a snack.
    Just ensure that you don't "run around the neighborhood" like Shawn Nelson did...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mklotz View Post
    Just ensure that you don't "run around the neighborhood" like Shawn Nelson did...

    Yes something cracked in that guys mind probably right after his first miss step taking out the light pole. Let me see how much damage I can cause with this thing is probably all he was thinking of after that. Then this becoming boring to him he decided to see if he could really cause some carnage by trying to cross over the barrier in the median to the oncoming side of the freeway.
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    I want to go shopping in the little tank.
    I have a 1972 Land Rover Series III Truck Cab/Pick-Up and a 1962 Land Rover Series 2a Carawagon Camper.

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    I can't help envisioning turning turtle in that thing. No way out and the engine spilling it's oil and fuel into the compartment.



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