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    Nope, it's because we have beer that tastes nice. Americans drink their beer cold so they can distinguish it from urine
    , The brand Yuenling is not bad at all.

    German army with captured equipment ? No...Argentine army on parade with H& D motorcycle, 1947. The gun carried by the sidecar guy is a Madsen 7,65 light MG.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pdf27 View Post
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    Nope, it's because we have beer that tastes nice. Americans drink their beer cold so they can distinguish it from urine

    Besides, it isn't room temperature. Beer (Ale to be more precise) should be drunk at cellar temperature, a little cooler than room temperature but not cold enough that you lose the taste. Get it right!
    Touche', brilliant ripost! Ha-Haaaaaaa! yes, I did mean cellar temp, (americans dont understand cellar , so I have used room instead. ) I have in my mis-spent youth, consumed many a pint of fine UK ales, and far more German dark lagers, than my liver can remember. so I do understand. Now, in my mellowed middle years, I leave the alcohol to those younger folk to enjoy. And I do agree about cold american beer, never touched the stuff.

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    Hi P.K. Thanks for the excellent motorcycle parade picture. Its good to see them well used. I can't tell which model they are, most military bikes were WLA, or WLC, a 45cu.in. 3 speed.

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    I am in the same situation, I found no more data about the specific modle of HD but my guessing is must be same model used in the WW2 by the U.S army, wich are the ones you mention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tankgeezer View Post
    Touche', brilliant ripost! Ha-Haaaaaaa! yes, I did mean cellar temp, (americans dont understand cellar , so I have used room instead. ) I have in my mis-spent youth, consumed many a pint of fine UK ales, and far more German dark lagers, than my liver can remember. so I do understand. Now, in my mellowed middle years, I leave the alcohol to those younger folk to enjoy. And I do agree about cold american beer, never touched the stuff.
    Fair one. Personally, I blame prohibition - to all accounts the US was actually brewing decent beer beforehand (if not quite up to Belgian/Czech/German/UK standards). Prohibition drove all those who knew how to do it out of business and meant that after repeal the consumers didn't know any better when fed rubbish beers.
    Thankfully at least some places in the US seem to be getting the message however. Now if only we can persuade you to use full size pint glasses, rather than calling a 3/4 size glass a "pint".....
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdf27 View Post
    Fair one. Personally, I blame prohibition - to all accounts the US was actually brewing decent beer beforehand (if not quite up to Belgian/Czech/German/UK standards). Prohibition drove all those who knew how to do it out of business and meant that after repeal the consumers didn't know any better when fed rubbish beers.
    Thankfully at least some places in the US seem to be getting the message however. Now if only we can persuade you to use full size pint glasses, rather than calling a 3/4 size glass a "pint".....
    Hmmm, I live in the Milwaukee Wi. area, home of brewing in the mid-west. (in the old days) and all of the brewers were German. so was the beer pretty much, now as to the rice/corn diluted stuff they make nowadays, I am told that WWII is the real culprit, I dont know for sure if its true, but it does sound good, That when the men all went off to war, Brewers were making a light, (weak) beer, of 3.2% alc. for G.I. consumption. enough to get a glow, but not to get sloppy. This, coupled with the women taking over the mobilized men's jobs, gave them the opportunity to have a few beers after a shift, and it is said, the ladies did not like the domestic heavy germanic beers, so the entire market shifted after that, everyone was used to the "spaghetti water" beers.(sorry Panzerkancker,,,) And so it remains, but the micro brewers are bringing back all of the heavy ales, porters, doublebocks, and a number of new types, but all are full bodied, and stronger than Miller, and Busch, PBR, all of those. And there is a new type of beer, made by average people, who compete together for the best home brews, all having fancy labels, and odd names.

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    to the "spaghetti water" beers.(sorry Panzerkancker,,,)
    Dont be, I am a wine man.


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    Hello my friend, What type of tanks are those? Cant place them from the picture. i have a pic of a strange one, an early version, you will enjoy. (hope i didnt get it from here,,,)
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    Is the TAM, this is the LARS 160mm rocket launcher variant.


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    A very nice machine indeed. being variant capable is good too, common parts, and service makes it easy to operate in the field. What gun does it use as a tank?

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    The early TAMs have a nonlicensed a GIAT rifled 105 mm, the later vehicles a FM nonlicenced variant of the british L7.

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    The L7 was the rifle used on the m60 that was our MBT in the 70's. It is a fine rifle, I always enjoyed using it. Sometimes during night fire practice, there were small lights placed at the tops of the target panels, so we could see them in the fog. the lights became the targets, and were soon gone.. (time for a coffee break,,,) hitting a flashlight at 1200 mtr, at night, was not difficult with this rifle. 2 thumbs up!

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    Yea, the L7 was the best tank gun ...until the Rheinmetal 120 mm smooth bore L44 arrive with the Leopard 2/ M1 abrams

    And I am sorry I gave you wrong information, the early TAMs used a french GIAT gun, not a unlicenced copy.


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    no problem my friend,, we all make mistrakes. The Tam looks a little bit like the Sheridan light tank, except for the gun, it had a gun/launcher for the wire missile 152 mm. I cant spell in gaelic,,, Ha! shell-aye-lee missile. I always liked the sheridan, too bad its been taken out of service.

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    Yea, the Sheridan is definately a very interesting vehicle, too overgunned in my opinion, at list for that aluminium chassis.

    The Tam weight about 33 tons, the rocket launcher a little more.


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