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M4 Shermans 2
The M12 155mm GMC.
About this creation
Page 2 of my modular Shermans. :)


The M4 Sherman "Crab."


Not really WW2...The Israeli M50 Super Sherman.


The M4 Duplex Drive for the Normandy landings.


The M7 Priest SPG.


The M32B1 ARV-TRV with the Earthworm mine roller attached. Because LDD does not have cables that will fit, the rendering does not have cables on the boom crane supporting the roller attachment.


The not-so-well-known M40 Whizbang. It is supposed to have 20 tubes, but at my scale, 10 worked out best. :)


The T5E3 Mine Excavator. Basically a M4A3 Sherman with a modified dozer blade.



Comments

 I made it 
  February 21, 2014
Quoting Jerry Temple Great job, but I thought the M7 was based off of the M3 chassis?
The early Priest was based off the M3 Lee/Grant. In 1943 the M4A3 chassis was used to build all Priests.
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  February 21, 2014
Great job, but I thought the M7 was based off of the M3 chassis?
 I made it 
  November 18, 2013
Quoting lone wolf Nice M4 variants, again! I have not seen anyone else do the Wizbang in Lego, although it's not very well known either. Any reason for the chicken appearing atop some tanks?
Thanks. "I like the oddballs." The chicken came from a collab I did with some younger kids at Brickfair Virg. He is known as "KFC - the Kung-Foo Fighting Chicken." :) Kind of a joke that stuck with my 9 year old son. KFC rides shotgun on most of our Sherman tanks. :)
 I made it 
  November 18, 2013
Quoting lone wolf Nice M4 variants, again! I have not seen anyone else do the Wizbang in Lego, although it's not very well known either. Any reason for the chicken appearing atop some tanks?
Thanks. The chicken is known as KFC, the Kung-Foo Fighting Chicken. He is kind of a running joke I have with some younger kids I did a collab with at Brickfair Virg. My son kept using him, so now he rides shotgun on most of our Sherman tanks.
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  November 17, 2013
Nice M4 variants, again! I have not seen anyone else do the Wizbang in Lego, although it's not very well known either. Any reason for the chicken appearing atop some tanks?
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  November 16, 2013
Oh yeah, bullet power! ;PP
 I made it 
  November 14, 2013
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 I like that you made uncommon models, I did nt know about the m-40, very detailed and good looking tanks!
Thanks again! I like to try and build the "oddballs." :) Same with my Stuart and Pzr 38t tanks.
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  November 13, 2013
I like that you made uncommon models, I did nt know about the m-40, very detailed and good looking tanks!
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  November 13, 2013
I think lego only makes up to a size 10 dishes
 I made it 
  November 13, 2013
Quoting Tommy S. I love the earthworm mine rollers, I wish I could replicate that on a large scale tank
Thanks. I was struggling to find the right parts at my scale. :) At larger scales, I have no clue what you could use! Those dishes only get so big in LEGO. :)
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  November 13, 2013
Quoting Navy Person Superb job on all of the variants! there is so much detail packed into them! 5/5
Thank you.
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  November 13, 2013
I love the earthworm mine rollers, I wish I could replicate that on a large scale tank
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  November 13, 2013
Superb job on all of the variants! there is so much detail packed into them! 5/5
 
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