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 Year of the Carrier - the DVD    Carrier database. Other still images - page 1 page 2 page 3 page 4, swap meet.
Here are some stills from the DVD for Year of the Carrier, held at Corowa in March 2005.

Here's the pricing and how to order:

Australian orders:
$35 plus $4.50 p&p including GST

For USA / Canada (NTSC format):
The cost is $32 (AUD) plus $10 (AUD) postage and handling ($42 total). As of today, this coverts to $31.76 (USD) or $38.83 (CAD).
For the UK (PAL format):
The cost is $32 (AUD) plus $10 (AUD) postage and handling ($42 total). As of today, this converts to £18.08 (GBP).

You can place an order by email via credit card (Visa & Mastercard only). Remember to include the card type, card number, expiry date, and the name as it appears on the card. Also include your name and mailing details. 
You also have the option of faxing us your order (fax comes directly to my desk). The number is: +61 3 9682 8233.
Alternatively, you can make a direct deposit into our bank account. 

Just contact Kate (kate at removing the spaces and replacing the at with @. Kate will give you the details.

See also:  Page 1, 1A, 2, 3, 2 pounder tank attack, 3" mortar, Melbourne Tank Museum, Carrier manual, Western Australian Carriers, New Zealand Carriers. Tracked Truck
The title sequence. Ian Styles in his South Australian Railways built LP2A on the river Murray riverflat.
Corowa main street.
Carriers heading up the main street of Corowa. Tony Smith can be seen in the commander's position of John Arnott's LP2A.
Fuel problems on Ray Carn's "Kermit" the day before the Guinness record attempt. LP1 of Ian Evans almost at the airport.
Max Hedges getting carried away by LP2A which he jointly owns with his brother John. The last bend before the airport.
Oh dear! Keith Adams' LP2A has thrown a track But fortunately he has a capable vehicle in the shape of this AWD with a Hyabb crane.
HHere we have a chance to see what all the tools carried on the back of the vehicle are for. 1959 Unimog of John Biswell.
Tony Smith demonstrating how to dress for a Guinness World Record attempt. The Bandiana Museum's 2 Pounder Tank Attack carrier speeds into position in the lineup at the Corowa airport.