This is the unarmored M26A1 of which there were about 663 of these made. Production was split almost evenly between the armored M26 and unarmored M26A1 version. Although Pacific Car and Foundry was based in Renton, WA, this example here was no doubt built in Billings, MT. Due to the Seattle area including Renton being declared a critical manpower area in 1943 this product was not considered important enough to be produced there and "Dragon Wagon" production was moved to Billings.
Picture it: driving down the scenic California coast, in the awesome muscle car of your choice, windows (or top) down, blasting your favorite tunes… sounds like the perfect road trip, right? Drive the whole pacific coast highway on a motorcycle.
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e continued down 101 with a to. We continued on past Newport, site of the Oregon Coast Aquarium ), which we skipped. (It seems to get mostly raves on TripAdvisor.)Instead we passed through Yachats and made a pit st.
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