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The most distinctive feature of the A13 Mk II Cruiser Mk IV is the V-section armour on the turret sides. This “spaced armour” was later used by the German tank designers and made it easy to distinguish between an A13 Mk II Cruiser Mk IV and an A13 Cruiser Mk III.
In Flames Of War
Mobililty: Fully-tracked; Front 2; Side 1; Top 1
Range: 24"/60cm; ROF 2; AT 7; Firepower 4+
Equipment and Notes
Co-ax MG, Fast tank, Unreliable, Broadside, No HE, Tally Ho.
Designed by Evan Allen
Painted by James Brown & Jeremy Painter
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