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Fort Lewis #1: Museum M551 Sheridan, M728
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 11:13 pm
Post subject: Fort Lewis #1: Museum M551 Sheridan, M728

M551 Sheridan - looks like its SN 12, RN 13C507. But I suspect this is a former 2nd ACR Museum Sheridan? Mods are too recent to have served with 2-1 Cavalry right?

Kinda%20blurry,%20but%20pretty%20sure%20it%20says%2012? M728%20-%20SN%2075

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Nice pics.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 7:11 am
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Yeah really, that Sheridan is one sweet @$$ ride!
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Yeah really, that Sheridan is one sweet @$$ ride!


Sure is, remarkably complete and in remarkable condition. Even the water barrier covers are apparently intact (not rotted, look serviceable).
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BTW, Joe,
There are another six M728s in a boneyard near the Range Control, along with a bunch of M901s. Unfortunately, they were behind a fence & locked...

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My guess would be that this came from the 82nd AB. Because it has recent mods and because it lacks the mine protection kit.

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When did the 2nd ACR give up their Sheridans? Was it before the mods?

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I'm pretty sure all of the 2nd ACR Sheridans would have had mine kits. I believe the 82nd AB left them off because of the added weight. This Sheridan also has the slave receptacle outside which I think would date it well after the 2nd ACR had them. This one also has a new style headlight guard that I've only seen on 82AB Sheridans. This is an M551A1.

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Neil, any chance I could add your many and varied Fort Lewis photo's to the PreservedTanks.com entry?

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 23, 2010 9:18 pm
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Hi,

Trevor...this may be useful:

M551A1 - Ft. Lewis, WA. Located at the (temporarily closed) Post Museum, outside. I'm going to call her "The Tattooed Lady" because of all the markings on her. I've never seen more stamped-in numbers on any vehicle, however her S/N appears to be 12.

Registration%20number,%20I%20suspect: No%20idea%20what%20these%20are.%20%20Never%20seen%20them%20on%20any%20other%20Sheridan.%20%20\"27\"%20upper%20left,%20\"694\"%20underneath%20that,%20\"TOI\"%20on%20upper%20right,%20and%20an%20\"8\"%20below%20that.%20%20These%20are%20located%20on%20the%20upper%20edge%20of%20the%20right%20rear%20slope,%20next%20to%20the%20engine%20access%20hatch.%20%20Probably%20mean%20nothing,%20but%20maybe...%20:wink:%20

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- C_Sherman
Hi,

Trevor...this may be useful:

M551A1 - Ft. Lewis, WA. Located at the (temporarily closed) Post Museum, outside. I'm going to call her "The Tattooed Lady" because of all the markings on her. I've never seen more stamped-in numbers on any vehicle, however her S/N appears to be 12.

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Enjoy!

Chuck


Thanks, Chuck - added:

Unique ID 1396: Fort Lewis M551A1 Sheridan

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