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Stuart Sturgess added a new photo to TANKS A LOT LTD's timeline.
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1 day ago
He who Dares wins Rodders. You take a risk on a spares or Repaires golf buggy with supposed vermin nibbling, looked more like someone with snipers had cut the Loome. Any way check out the beasts progress and Kates face.
Another Englishman’s Humvee about to go on the website. I must apologise for roberts idea of the bogie challenge at the end. ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
Rather a lot of ferreting today. Finally had a go at the 32 miles twenty five year sleeper today the boings needed a good file. Got it running beautifully then lost all power to points ?
Some improvement on the misfire ferret that’s looking like points to they were awful. Ordered new but ran a file across them to prove a point.
Merlin’s 432 drove beautifully and Kate’s Golf buggy is in the line. ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
Still chasing the misfire on the ferret, The next snatch landrover is coming along well, should be three coloured camouflage by the end of the week
Progress on the custom 432 should be driving it tomorrow, the packs back in but it need all connecting up. Biscuits was rather aggressive to Nigels new covid suit, can’t understand why. ... See MoreSee Less
7 days ago
I know your page is all about tanks, and i also know that the tank pictures i shared isn't the real thing but its as close to real as i could get. This is my Franklin Mint Sherman Tank. Being a Military Child I've always had a love for tanks specifically the Sherman as I am a military history buff as well, and to me the Sherman has quite a history of its own. I hope you like the pics. Sincerely Jim. ... See MoreSee Less
My camera girl needs sacking or a spanking.
The ferret starts to run real ruff after about 5 minutes what do you reckon chaps fuel or coil ?
On the plus side the gearbox changes nicely and steering and brakes are nice. ... See MoreSee Less
The T54/55. Is this one of the most recognisable tanks of its time? ... See MoreSee Less
A very productive day despite the temperature in or out of the Afghan workshops. My amazing polish wellies made from the croc foam material are truly a god send £11 and so far better than all these neoprene ones costing ten times as much.
Ferrets nearly finished I’m taking Kate out for a ride in it tomorrow. And some tidy fiberglassing on her golf buggy Rottweiler feeder. ... See MoreSee Less
A surprise late Christmas present for my little wife. And a bit of ferret footage, think it’s out of the Afghan workshops tomorrow for a test run then it’s ready for sale. Some interest already from people who have been watching its restoration on here but no holding deposit yet so treat yourself using the excuse it’s the best investment you will ever make. ... See MoreSee Less
Another session dragging project tanks off lorries, pretty knackering. Now it’s time to find a chieftain engine and gearbox. ... See MoreSee Less
Well here’s half the movie.
Tanks are like bus’s and I must eat more carrots. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Happy new year to all at Tanks a lot, and here’s to 2021 and the birth of baby boy. ... See MoreSee Less
A very special day. We decided on letting a Gruffaloe do our gender reveal, Kate only has four months to find the right coloured booties for our bab. On eBay. ... See MoreSee Less
Ruben bought his Dad over to treat him to a late pressie in the form of a snatch. I think they came for a green one but ended up leaving a deposit on a three colour Englishman’s Humvee.
Without a doubt the most popular colour scheme with our buyers. ... See MoreSee Less
Robert Henrique Stoll
3 weeks ago
Just another way.... ... See MoreSee Less
Teaching spam head to find clays. Must be possible if a pig can find truffles. And just a bit more playing on the ferret, on orders from Kate. ... See MoreSee Less
Where did you find your woman at 7.30am Christmas Day morning. Mine was ferreting in the cold.
Couldn’t wait to stick my present on the wall. I love eBay. ... See MoreSee Less
The result of our first ever H licence tests in the New TRATOR. we got there in the end. See you can please all of the people all of the time.
Kate’s pleased to its the beginning of her new gun business, I always thought she looked like an arms dealer, a few legs but mostly arms. ... See MoreSee Less
Practice makes perfect. we’re getting the hang of the big yellow tractor for the H licence tests.
5 guys on a mission to pass the next day with a full hour on the road driving test.
See how they got on very soon... to be continued ... See MoreSee Less
Merry Christmas everyone. Have the best Christmas you can. Lots of love the Meads xxxx ... See MoreSee Less
Nigel saved the day, and our old Foden can still cut the mustard ... See MoreSee Less
Girls Some last minute Christmas present ideas for the man in your.life. Or just try buying the wife a tank, it works for me. ... See MoreSee Less
Tom was treated to a surprise private vip car crush by his in laws. Could life get any better.
Well it could of a bit, we were asked to judge everyone’s driving and award points and the winner crush the car with fast an furious 6. Turned out his better half was a horse rider and they take some beating when behind the steering levers of a tracked vehicle.
Rasha chose a slow painful crush for the Citreon, as all French cars deserve.
It was great to be out on the tanks and great to see Phil who haven’t lost his touch instructing. ... See MoreSee Less
Playing in the drizzle. But good isolation. That’s a happy Christmas in a 432. ... See MoreSee Less