It looked like the tank bounced a bit? It totally caused the suspension to briefly visibly react a little?
They would feel it a little bit. That is about 120,000 pounds of tank vs. a 3,000lb. car. The paint would be scratched and they might have to replace a headlight and bash a dent out of the fenders.
They probably did it for Girls und panzers.
That is a quick learning experience...I always taught my kids 'he with the most lug nuts wins'.
We were at a tank museum, and my then 10 year old points at an M-60 MBT, and says, 'Dad, that tank has a crap ton of lug nuts'...
This was music used in a tribute to Michjael Wittman and wondered when hearing it what its origin was.
Love that anime series.
I just watched a 3-part documentary last night on YouTube about the Battle of 73 Easting in the First Gulf War. Those Abrams are amazing machines. Saddam's army didn't stand a chance.In 1996, I was in Germany preparing to go into Bosnia. The Mechanized Infantry battalion and a Armor Battalion were allowed to drive on the Autobahn for training purposes. Big mistake. I watch a BMW slam into the rear of an M1 Abrams tank at full speed, killing the driver. The tank crew barely felt the impact. They compared it to braking hard in the tank.
LOL, guess I shouldn't feel too shabby in my 3,800 lb Cadillac.That is a quick learning experience...
We have a goof at work driving a 1983 scirocco.. and he runs around claiming its so much safer than every other car despite no anti lock brakes, no airbags.
I said my ford f350 has a lot more crush room , and air bags and anti lock huge brakes... my truck is 6350 pounds empty , with 1/3 gas and no driver. More loaded. His vw is about 2400 pounds ... good luck