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Neil - Russell Museum storage (M706s, XM1, etc) + misc
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 28, 2010 2:41 pm
Post subject: Neil - Russell Museum storage (M706s, XM1, etc) + misc

Neil,

In addition to the gazillion M37 Dodge trucks he has in the storage area, I found some other cool stuff.

A 2nd M37 hull

The XM1 - couldn't get SN off skirts as they were all piled on top of the hull and kinda heavy!


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3 Halftrack chassis
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The M706s you were looking for.
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Two M114 hulls and this thing (the other "this thing" is on display)

Cheers!
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This is a SN shot of the M48 AVLB on display

SN 2857


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Photos of the M5 High Speed Tractor.
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VB,
Was there also a Half-Track inside, and an M114 in better condition?

Thanks,

Neil
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 28, 2010 10:42 pm
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The "thing" is a Cadillac Gage Peacekeeper.

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Neil - Yep to both.

Didn't take a photo of the halftrack this trip, but here's one from 2008.
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The "thing" is a Cadillac Gage Peacekeeper.


Thanks Dave!
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Vagabond, do you know the original operator of the Mi-24 Hind?

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Lesley,

Sorry - I have NO info on the Hind.

Cheers!
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Vagabond, do you know the original operator of the Mi-24 Hind?

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http://www.russellmilitarymuseum.com/arrivalhindtiltrotor.html



"The Russell Military Museum is proud to announce the arrival of two new display items. A Russian Mi-24 Hind Attack Helicopter and a Russian Mock-Up, Prototype Tilt-Rotor (VSTOL) Aircraft. These two extremely rare items were located at the now defunct CFC Air Power Museum near Austin, Texas. These vehicles and being prepped and assembled for display as we speak and will be ready for display by the end of the week. The museum needs your help identifying the tilt rotor aircraft. It is a fiberglass mock-up never meant for flight, and the museum is currently unable to trace the history of the unique item. If you have any information on it's possible origin please drop us an email "

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