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ID Help Needed/more from the Ordnance Museum inactive files
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A few more while I have some time...

Bergepanzer 38(t)



Karl Gerat Munitionsschlepper



Karl Gerät 041 'Karl' heavy mortar cradle





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PzKpfw III





Type 2 Ke-To



Marmon-Herrington CTMS-1TB1



Marmon-Herrington MTLS-1G14



DD Valentine



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Some British tanks, a Canadian one & a German SPW...

Bishop



A9



Ram II



SdKfz 250-9



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Okay, some ones I need confirmation/help with...

Sd.Kfz. 7 8-ton Half-Track?



Sd.Kfz. 8 12-ton Half-Track?



Sd.Kfz. 9 18-ton Half-Track?



Sd.Kfz. 9 18-ton ("15-ton") Half-Track Prime Mover?



Sd.Kfz. 11 3-ton Half-Track?



Sd.Kfz. 250/5 Half-Track Artillery Observation Vehicle?



Sorry for the softskin - I have this down as a "PKW 2" Type 40 Heavy Uniform Personnel Vehicle?



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A bunch more prime movers...

Type 98 Ro-Ke 6-ton Prime Mover?



Type 98 Shi-Ke 4-ton Prime Mover?



Type 98 Half-tracked Prime Mover?



Sd.Kfz. 6 5-ton Semi-Tracked Prime Mover?



Sd.Kfz. 9/2 18-ton Half-Track Prime Mover with crane?



? German prime mover



? German half-track?



? Half-Track Prime Mover w/ 10-ton Crane



Another softskin - Daimler-Benz 170 Light Personnel Carrier?



? French prime mover



Prime movers?



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PostPosted: Sun Jan 07, 2007 10:47 pm
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Okay, not technically an AFV, but an impressive K5 Glatt 31cm Railway Gun regardless...



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All this was detroyed in 1952.... Sad

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Like I said, not necessarily all were scrapped, but most certainly were. I have a few pictures of items from the inactive files that do still exist - the T5 Phase I at Knox, the Wirbelwind at Rendsburg, and others. Its possible some of the above may also exist in some museum, or less likely behind the fence at APG...

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 08, 2007 6:19 am
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"Sorry for the softskin - I have this down as a "PKW 2" Type 40 Heavy Uniform Personnel Vehicle?"

Looks like a Horch (or other manufacturer) 4x4 Schwere Gelände Einheits Personen Kraftwagen. Not sure of the actual SdKfz designation.


"Another softskin - Daimler-Benz 170 Light Personnel Carrier?"

Looks like a Stoewer (or another manufacturer) Leichte Gelände Einheits Personen Kraftwagen

www.autogallery.org.ru/m/leepkw.htm

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Something from eBay

T72

T49

M19 prototype
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Something from eBay
M19 prototype


No thats a T141 - prototype of the M42

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Sd.Kfz. 7 8-ton Half-Track?


Yes - SdKfz 7/6

Sd.Kfz. 8 12-ton Half-Track?


Yes!

Sd.Kfz. 9 18-ton Half-Track?


No its a late production SdKfz 8

Sd.Kfz. 9 18-ton ("15-ton") Half-Track Prime Mover?


Probably! Smile

Sd.Kfz. 11 3-ton Half-Track?


yes!

Sd.Kfz. 250/5 Half-Track Artillery Observation Vehicle?


Hard to say from this side...

Sorry for the softskin - I have this down as a "PKW 2" Type 40 Heavy Uniform Personnel Vehicle?


I reckon its a Horch EFM 1A (the footloops) and probably a s. gl.pkw aka Kfz 21. Hard to be sure without a look inside...

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- Neil_Baumgardner
A bunch more prime movers...

Type 98 Ro-Ke 6-ton Prime Mover?


Correctomundo...

Type 98 Shi-Ke 4-ton Prime Mover?


Yes

Type 98 Half-tracked Prime Mover?


Yes - strange no one has ever been able to find out the designation for this vehicle.

Sd.Kfz. 6 5-ton Semi-Tracked Prime Mover?


yes - DB 17 version (the front bumper)

Sd.Kfz. 9/2 18-ton Half-Track Prime Mover with crane?


No its an SdKfz 9/1

? German prime mover


Tatra TL 9

? German half-track?


SWS

? Half-Track Prime Mover w/ 10-ton Crane


SdKfz 9/2

Another softskin - Daimler-Benz 170 Light Personnel carrier?


itys a kl. Inst. Kw. aka Kfz 2/40 light repairs version.

? French prime mover


Unic TU-1 or zugkraftwagen U305(f)

Prime movers?


You owe me big time for this one... Cleeland MG1?

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Unic TU-1 or zugkraftwagen U305(f)



Hmmm... Could it also be referred to as a "Unic Kegresse P 107 Semi-Tracked Light Prime Mover"?

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Unic TU-1 or zugkraftwagen U305(f)



Hmmm... Could it also be referred to as a "Unic Kegresse P 107 Semi-Tracked Light Prime Mover"?

Neil


I think the P107 is taller and somewhat different looking.

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