Let's clarify the humorous montage follows my post analyzing the Industrial design of the Barco.
I compare it to the tiger 2 mega tank of ww2. Interestingly 13 of these were abandoned in Belgium in the Ardeness forrest not too far from Kuurne where Barco's are made.
The scene depicted above is from the Hollywood made film The Battle of the Bulge, one of my favorite 3 HD DVD's.
[POLITICAL DISCLAIMER: My Granfather had an interesting link to the White House during WW2, of which I am very proud. Having Graduated in 1904 from Harvard with FDR, he was able to obtain insider information to preempt Germany's declaration of War to the US by 48 hours with the Cuban Declaration of war to Nazi Germany (largely symbolic and for oneupsmanship, yet a few U-Boats were sunk). In addition the same contact was used to get a Checkoslovakian family of 8 (Pilsner Master Brewers) out of a cruiseship that was denied entry into Havana port(see movie SHIP OF FOOLS),several vessels were returned to Nazi Germany for final destination in Poland. Hey the list was shorter than Schindler's, but life is life. Therefore I come from a family that fights opression and tiranny in every shape way of form, therefore my admiration for the movie Battle of the Bulge, and my respect for German Engineering at it's best are well reconciled with my political views]. There.