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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Jon's Stuarts

Sorry updates have been slow- I've been super busy the last few days. But here's 2 quick pics Jon sent me of his recently redone British Stuarts.

Are you sick of WWPD discussing Stuarts yet?


12 comments:

jmezz382 said...

Nice looking ! Luke will be saving those pics for his special time with Stuarts ! ;)

Dirty Jon said...

I forgot to paint the ammo boxes. D'oh.

Stormtrooper said...

Never tired of hearing about Stuarts

Joyous_Oblivion said...

More STUARTS!

Scary Biscuits said...

Very nice! But I am a bit dissapointed in Jon's blatant disregard for historical organization! :) British armored divisions primarily used Stuart Vs (sloped side armor), while there were a few exceptions, such as the guards division, that used the Stuart VI (american M5A1 model, the second one in the line pictured above). They would never be mixed, primarily for the reason that engine parts were not interchangable.

But, he's a funny guy and has an endearing suthna' accent, so I'll let it slide this time. :)

Dirty Jon said...

@Scary: I choose not to enrich BF by purchasing another Brit Stuart and use the one I had on hand. Now, if you want to send me a Brit one for free, I can correct this error.

Neal Smith said...

I'd rather hear about Stuarts than about WoT! :)

Looks great Jon!

cbaxter said...

The way your guys talk about Stuarts makes me feel good inside and reminds me that I'm not the only one who geeks out over old WWII hardware.

Zed said...

Having just listened to all 18 podcasts back to back while cycling to work; yes i've heard enough! Keep up the good work...

Kage said...

Damn Stuarts...cheater tanks anyway.

Chris said...

I just picked up a box of american ones after all the talk you guys have been doing about them.

Taran said...

Not hardly - painting some of these up myself...
"Are you sick of WWPD discussing Stuarts yet?"

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