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T2000 v2 NATO Combat Vehicle Handbook

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The NATO Combat Vehicle Handbook, like its predecessors (the American Combat Vehicle Handbook and the Soviet Combat Vehicle Handbook), supplements and extends the basic vehicle listing provided with the 2nd edition Twilight: 2000 rules. More than 60 vehicles are represented, from more than six nations (France, Germany, Great Britian, the Netherlands, Turkey, Austria and others). Vehciles include the German Leopard III, TPz1 Fuchs and Wiesel, the British Vickers Valiant, FV-4333 Stormer, and FV-721 Fox, VAB, AMX-10RC, the Brazilian EE-T1 Osario, the Austrian Styer 4K 7FA-K SPz and numerous others.

All vehicles are completely described for use in Twilight: 2000 games and all games using a similar system (Merc: 2000, Cadillacs and Dinosaurs and the upcomng Dark Conspiracy), but the data is presented in such a form as to be of interest to modern vehicle enthusiasts even they don't play Twilight: 2000 or any game at all.

Finally, as with its predecessors, the vehicle guide includes eight pages of color plates showing representative vehicles in their field color schemes.

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January 15th, 2017
A furthur addition to the "supply catalogue" type of add-on to the Twilight 2000 v.2 series of games. This one is not so comprehensive (too much ground to cover) but is very useful nonetheless. It basically includes softskins such as the Land [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on April 16, 2004.