Together with some members of our crew (the rest was on holliday) we had this week a very nice ride with our Sexton Mk-II. Great vehicle and a very nice runner.
Produced by the Canadian Montreal Locomotive Works in 1943 it was used by the British Army in the 2nd WW. In total only 2.150 vehicles have been built in the period 1943-1945 and worldwide there are only a few survivors. This example ended its active army life on a scrap yard in Portsmouth however saved by a British collector in the early nineties of the last century .
Recently the vehicle was complete serviced. Still on its original Canadian Dry Pin tracks (the best tracks ever produced for Sherman tanks) the Sexton will come in great condition with new ammunition stowage, floors, bins etc. Also the 9 cylinder C4 Radial engine is in nice running order.
As you can see on the pictures great fun to drive. This specific vehicle is currently for sale.
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