The AEC Matador prototype was tested in 1938, filling the gap between the Morris gun tractor and the Scammell Pioneer
This years War and Peace Revival at Hop Farm. The weather was hot and dusty, the fields were full of Military vehicles and reenactors.
This P107 kegresse half track belongs to George Williamson. The first time it has been seen in public at the War and Peace revival
The Dodge Weapons carrier is probably the second most popular WW2 vehicle after the Jeep.
A look at the Dodge WC 56/57 Command Reconnaissance, 3/4 ton, 4×4 truck, known as the Dodge Command Car
A 50 ton WW1 monster the American steam powered tank
The Excelsior Welbike was a built for the airborne forces. It could be parachuted in a container or landed by glider.
The Archer was a self propelled gun based on the Valentine tank chassis
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