2 eggs over easy on my tank fender

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Raymond Glover
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2 eggs over easy on my tank fender

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My wife cracked these two 1/6 scale eggs on my hot tank fender, and they cooked because it has been awfully hot here in Fort Hood. Actually, she made them out of stoneware ceramics and will be making more for my Armortek Panzer III once it is complete. I thought people might get a kick out of it.

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I like it! I'll take mine to go please....

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You really could do that on a Centurion's exhaust shrouds - and grill the steak well done, if that's how you like it. You wouldn't try it on Chieftain though, not unless you liked diesel.

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I think it was based on what the Germans ( and likely others) were able to do in the hot African sun.

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