Diamond T 4 ton wrecker--Stuart tank and a Few Good Marines!

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Steve Greenberg
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Diamond T 4 ton wrecker--Stuart tank and a Few Good Marines!

Post by Steve Greenberg »

Hello,
Today the Pacific NW Chapter of the 3rd Marine Division Assoc. had a meeting in Clackamas, Or. I had my 1942 M3A1 Stuart tank and 1944 4 ton Diamond T wrecker on display for the USMC veterans.
Thanks,
Steve 8)
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Very nice Steve...

Post by Gordon_M »

That field modification to the front bumper really makes the T noticeable.

Not really a usable propostion here in UK with our fuel costs - it cost £200 (about $375) to fill up the last Diamond T wrecker I drove and that was fifteen years back....

Gordon
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Steve Greenberg
Technician 3rd Grade
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Posts: 337
Joined: Wed Mar 29, 2006 5:41 am
My garage: 1942 M3A1 Stuart Light Tank
1944 GMC 2 1/2 Ton Amphibian Truck (DUKW)
Location: Wilsonville, Oregon

Post by Steve Greenberg »

Gordon,
I do not drive my Diamond T around too much over here. I only had to go about 5 miles from my shop. I drove it on the freeway. I forgot how slow it was! The gas here is $3.00 a gallon now.
Steve 8)
1942 M3A1 Stuart Light Tank
1944 GMC 2 1/2 6X6 Ton Amphibian Truck DUKW
1944 Diamond T 4 ton 6X6 Wrecker (For Sale)
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Post by Enigma »

Hi Guys
In the Netherlands gas is about 1.75$ a liter!

Very nice vehicles!! Love to be in a driving tank, sat on top of a driving Sherman last year - good fun!