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Surviving M3 and M3A1 Stuart tanks
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2012 6:13 am
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Gweru Military Museum (Zimbabwe)

Plinthed (South Africa)

Bethlehem (South Africa)

Hammersdale (South Africa)

Snake and Animal Park, Hartebeespoort Dam (South Africa)

National Museum of Military History, Johannesburg (South Africa)

www.sa-transport.co.za...nks_3.html


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Two M3 ? - School of Armour Museum, Tempe, Bloemfontein (Republic of South Africa)

wildaviation.com/galle...emId=11484
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M3 ? - Museo de Tanques del Arma Caballeria Blindada, Quillota (Chile)

www.flickr.com/photos/...206780172/
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M3 ? - Etimesgut Tank Müzesi (Turkey)

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M3 ? - Guardian near Stadium, Cape Town (South Africa)

www.flickr.com/photos/...469427263/
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M3 ? – Museum Satria Mandala, Jakarta, Jawa Island (Indonesia)

duabelasipasatulabsky....chive.html
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M3A1 Stuart – Panzerfarm, Kęszycki Brothers Collection (Poland) - better photo

picasaweb.google.com/l...3834941618


sorry but I didn't find the correct photo, the link redirects to a page where there are a lot of photos.

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Pomorskie Muzeum Wojskowe, Bydgoszcz (Poland)


www.pomorska.pl/apps/p...tpicture01


Rafal,

could you find the Brazilian EB 11xxx number of this tank on a Polish forum, and maybe also the serial number?

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I've got 53 online:

preservedtanks.com/Typ...oryId=1030

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M3A1 Stuart – Panzerfarm, Kęszycki Brothers Collection (Poland) - better photo

picasaweb.google.com/l...3834941618


sorry but I didn't find the correct photo, the link redirects to a page where there are a lot of photos.

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and now

plus.google.com/photos...3834941618
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yes it works, thanks.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 30, 2012 5:27 pm
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Here's a pic of the second M3A1 at the MVTF in Portola Valley, CA:



Pic was taken in 2004. It is still in the same condition.

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Here's a pic of the second M3A1 at the MVTF in Portola Valley, CA:


From where it came from?

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Here's a pic of the second M3A1 at the MVTF in Portola Valley, CA:


From where it came from?

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I don't know. It was there during my first visit in 2001. Jacques picked up stuff from all over the place. It probably arrived sometime in the 90's.

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Dozer conversion from Australia - Ilfracombe in Queensland.

www.flickr.com/photos/...509644745/
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