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Camp Mabry Photos
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Neil,

Here is a start on the photos you need from Camp Mabry in Austin, TX.

It will take me a bit to get all the shots posted, but I'm working on it.

Cheers!
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Thanks vagabond - keep 'em coming!

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M60A3

There were two M60A3s at the museum. The first set of photos are of the one in tank row.It is rebuild SN 3573A
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This M60A3 was to the right of the front parking lot at the museum.
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Very Nice,

Thanks for sharing.

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More of M60A3 #2
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Final for M60A3 #2
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The third M60A3 was by the roadside near the turn for the museum. I've included photos of it as well.
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Serial # shots for M60A3 #3.
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The second M60A3 looks like SN 2112A,

Between the lug shot and the back deck you can figure it out.

Your third M60A3 looks like a late Anniston rebuild. Early GEN 2 hull with late model turret and M1 Front Gun shroud. I'd be willing to bet she's got a small escape hatch and the SN is in the 3000's or above.

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Looks like 3586A to me,

As far as the original A1 number, I'm inclined to believe it's 2680, mostly because the original "3's" I've seen stamped have a flat to to them instead of the rounded type. Either way she should have a small escape hatch.

Thanks for sharing, these plug up some gaps in my data base.

BTW, you wouldn't happen to have the SN's for the M60 or M60A1 ???

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