Mark IV

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Vox Bass Guitar
... The Phantom IV and Delta IV Basses had the "trapezoidal" body of the Phantom IV guitar ... The Delta IV had the same features as the Constellation IV, and the Phantom IV had no active electronics ... The Mark IV Bass had the hollow "teardrop"-shaped body like the Mark IV guitar, with two single pole pickups ...
Mark IV Tank - Development
... Tank Supply Department, Albert Gerald Stern, first intended to fit the Mark IV with a new engine and transmission ... new design was ready, necessitating the use of the Mark II and III as interim training tanks ... of 1 April 1917, Stern was ultimately forced to take a Mark IV into production in May 1917 that was only slightly different from the Mark I ...
Second Battle Of Villers-Bretonneux
... A7V tanks happened upon a group of three British Mark IV tanks, two of which had been outfitted with only machine guns for anti-infantry support ... In the resulting engagement, the two anti-infantry Mark IV's were damaged and forced to withdraw, but the remaining Mark IV (outfitted with 6 pound guns ... The Mark IV was eventually able to hit and disable the lead A7V, which was then abandoned by its crew ...
Lincoln Mark Series - Mark IV (1972–1976)
... Mark IV (1972–1976) Production 1972–1976 Body style 2-door coupe Engine 460 cu in (7.5 L) V8 The Mark IV carried over many design themes of the Mark III, such as the grille and spare-tire hump ... Mark IVs were powered by a 460 cu in (7.5 L) V8 engine ... Lincoln continued to offer similar color-coordinating Luxury Group packages on the Mark V and Mark VI ...
Second Battle Of Villers-Bretonneux - First Tank Battle
... Three British Mark IV tanks (No ... Mitchell's "male" Mark IV continued to fire at the A7V while on the move to avoid German artillery fire and the cannon of the German tank ... The movement meant Mitchell's gunner had difficulty in aiming the Mark IV's six-pounders ...

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