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1941 White M2 Halftrack

1941 White M2 Halftrack in The Man from U.N.C.L.E., TV Series, 1964-1968 IMDB Ep. 1.08

Class: Others, Tracked vehicle — Model origin: US

1941 White M2 Halftrack

[*] Background vehicle

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junkman UK

2006-07-21 13:25

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GMC CCKW353s followed by White half tracks.

Delta Fox US

2006-08-24 18:59

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I didn't know that CCKWs had model numbers! I thought they were all called CCKWs.

antp BE

2006-08-24 21:13

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strange that Alexander missed this halftrack :think: well, it is not very visible, maybe it cannot be identified precisely?

-- Last edit: 2006-08-24 21:13:27

Alexander DE

2006-08-25 00:15

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Yes, I really missed it. Must have slipped through between all those 'last completed' series, and again 'completed', and again, and again .... :D (We have to do something about that...)

I agree with Junkman that it is a White (or alternatively a Diamond T or Autocar), judging by the wings. The length is very difficult to see, but I would say that about half a pixel is missing for the longer M3, therefore I'll declare it an M2. The 'turret' is just movie prop.

antp BE

2006-08-25 14:44

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Alexander wrote Must have slipped through between all those 'last completed' series, and again 'completed', and again, and again .... :D (We have to do something about that...)


You mean the movies/series that come back all the time in the list? Yes, that's why for series I make them as "completed" only when I add lots of vehicles, and no more than one time every two weeks or something like that.

Alexander DE

2006-08-25 15:10

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antp wrote You mean the movies/series that come back all the time in the list? Yes, that's why for series I make them as "completed" only when I add lots of vehicles, and no more than one time every two weeks or something like that.

But as some of us work on a day-to-day basis it might be a good idea to split the field 'Last completed movie pages' into two categories: 'Last added movie pages' and 'Last modified movie pages'.
Additionally I would like (sorry, work for you, again) a selection when all the vehicles of a film are displayed. The selection could be 'Show all', 'Show all added within the last month', 'Show all added within the last week', 'Show all added within the last day'. If that is a radio-button field (with memory function) next to 'Last modified movie pages' it would help a lot.

antp BE

2006-08-25 21:36

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I planned to add options to sort vehicles by addition date, picture upload date, episode number, etc.
I wanted to do that last week but had no time with all this "origin country" stuff that we added :D
We could make a difference between movies really "added" (i.e. new pages or pages where there were nearly no vehicles) and movies just completed a little more (usually series).
But where should we place that? This will take some space on the screen :/

Alexander DE

2006-08-26 00:18

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antp wrote ... I wanted to do that last week but had no time with all this "origin country" stuff that we added :D

... whoever asked you for that ... :whistle:

antp wrote ... But where should we place that? This will take some space on the screen :/

I thought about directly below the 'Last added...' list. For me there is still a lot of space, as I have a wide screen and the ads are higher.
Or we could have two columns with the titles 'New Films' and 'Cars Added'.

antp BE

2006-08-26 00:26

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Your screen is very large. Mine is smaller (1440px wide) but there is still a little room.
But on the average screen size I think that there is no more space (I guess that most of the members have a 1024 or 1280px horizontal resolution)

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