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Portable Tank Library (10 pics)

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  • 12 Apr, 2012  |
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№1 Author: mike2142 (12 Apr 2012 02:29) Total user comments: 50


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lol is Argentine, those wheels remind me of the delorean 04
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№2 Author: Grunt Callahan (12 Apr 2012 06:12) Total user comments: 2414


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Not 100% sure what the hell this thing is suppose to do.
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№3 Author: strangebrew (12 Apr 2012 06:36) Total user comments: 6


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Genial
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№4 Author: Keta (12 Apr 2012 09:33) Total user comments: 385


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Watch-out for the bumps, you might lose a few books 01
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№5 Author: fairmania (12 Apr 2012 12:56) Total user comments: 1447


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I'm with Grunt on this one. A noble idea, bringing books to the people, but why like this?

Why a tank shape? It's hardly the best arrangement to be caught out in the rain when all the books are on the outside. Surely some sort of van style vehicle would have been better, even if he windowed the sides and opened them to provide shelter for those viewing the books.

Oh well, he's getting his message across. At least he didn't use an old ice cream van. That would have been unforgivable!
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№6 Author: micliapu (12 Apr 2012 15:21) Total user comments: 2977


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dafuck 10
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№7 Author: elchurrasco (12 Apr 2012 20:20) Total user comments: 4


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"Arma de instruccion Masiva" = "Weapon of mass Education"
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№8 Author: Bishkin (13 Apr 2012 00:53) Total user comments: 115


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so cool
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№9 Author: Drakox (13 Apr 2012 05:48) Total user comments: 164


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Clever and Nice
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№10 Author: elunicotomas (15 Apr 2012 02:33) Total user comments: 1680


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i saw that tank last week , en Piedras y Avenida de Mayo
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№11 Author: adzhoe (15 Apr 2012 22:06) Total user comments: 15103


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Certainly looks a lot more mobile than portable.....good intentions but not the best design.
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