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Old 03-07-07, 23:34
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Default MVPA Little Rock Convention pics posted

Guys:
It is tough to shoot photos at an indoor show, but I tried to get around and get the bulk of vehicles that were on display at the Little Rock Convention. There are a bunch of them, so posted them here:

http://www.militaryvehiclesmagazine....9#5659Articles

Hope you enjoy the look-around!

John A-G

PS, a pic of a rare MB2 crash truck is attached here for those who want just a taste of the types of vehicles that turn up at the national convention....sorry, only one "purely" Canadian vehicle on display that I noticed: a 1952 M38CDN.
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Old 04-07-07, 07:29
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sorry, only one "purely" Canadian vehicle on display that I noticed: a 1952 M38CDN.
I spotted another. That Arkansas National Guard LAV was built in Canada.

Great pictures by the way.
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Old 05-07-07, 03:08
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Thanks for taking the time to post the photos. It is nice to see what we missed.
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Old 05-07-07, 15:53
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I spotted another. That Arkansas National Guard LAV was built in Canada.

Great pictures by the way.
Oh boy! That is a good one! Whizzzzz! Went right over my head Of course the LAV is a Canadian product! And thank you, Canada, for providing a useful vehicle for our troops.

Best regards from "down south"

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