Everybody: I just discovered and scanned a roll of B&W negatives I shot in Ios and at Rolando's villa using a borrowed camera in the spring of 1973. I uploaded them to Panoramio but not all were accepted in G-E. You can see them in Panoramio.
Moved from the ridge above because the satellite image of Ios is overexposed
Everyone: I've just located and scanned a roll of B&W negatives that I shot in Ios and at Rolando's with a borrowed camera in the spring of 1973. I've uploaded them to Panoramio, but not all were accepted to G-E. You can see them in Panoramio. Apparently no one was living in the villa when the two London girls and I visited.
This is definitely an M60A1. An M60A3 has a thermal shroud around the main gun. An M60A3 will have a mast for the cross-wind sensor on the back of the turret. An M60A3 normally does not have a searchlight mount because with TTS the searchlight was not needed. This type track, T-142, replaced the older T-97 track and was used on all M60 series vehicles as well as the M48A5.
No, Custer no! He was victim of his own unbridled ambition.
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Hau kola! (Hi friend! in Sioux language)
Hey Guys. I have not been on PanOramio for quite a while. I stopped posting image here because of the use of my images via Google through their API without compensation. This past year I had thought about coming back but as it stands now with PanOramio closing down its service I'm going to be removing my images..
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