With swapable parts you can choose to use this vehicle as either a Whirlwind or a Rhino. While I heard that a Whirlwind isn’t really a competative choice, I had to add one to my army as the old Mk I metal Whirlwind was the first tank I bought, back when I was about 12 years old.
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