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Made for Movie Mark V

Made for Movie Mark V in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Movie, 2003 IMDB

Class: Others, Military armored vehicle

Made for Movie Mark V

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

AuthorMessage

wrenchhead US

2006-02-18 18:33

I was used to rob a bank. Just drove through the door and blasted the safe.

georgie BE

2006-02-18 21:13

It's a modified WW1 British Mark V tank.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-02-18 22:25

Or a replica thereof.

wrenchhead US

2006-02-19 01:22

The box like thing on the front was obviously added. In the movie it swings up to reveal a big gun. Also there are no gun ports on the side.

-- Last edit: 2006-02-19 01:23:02

Alexander DE

2006-02-19 11:27

The running gear comes close to that of the Mark V*** (yes, three stars) which was designed and manufactured by the Metropolitan Carriage and Waggon Company. The side sponsons are of the flat type used for machine guns. Again the shape is wrong.

This is just a modelmakers idea of a rhomboid tank. Especially this protruding box at the front would make the tank useless off road.

We should classify it as 'Made for Movie'.

2491tj EN

2007-02-18 19:08

fullsize replica built using Centurion Tank mechanics...as of February 2007,this tank,converted to WW1 specification and colours,was for sale on the UK based "Milweb" website,priced at £25,000

filmpanzer US

2010-03-16 23:28

It was based on a Centurion ARV, new photos and description of the work have emerged of the vehicle being built over on the HMVF.

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