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APG #2 - M26A1 Dragon Wagon, T25E1 medium tanks
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Neil_Baumgardner
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 19, 2008 9:03 am
Post subject: APG #2 - M26A1 Dragon Wagon, T25E1 medium tanks

M26A1 Dragon Wagon - the unarmored version, not in very good condition unfortunately

T25E1%20medium%20tanks

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Nice pics.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 21, 2008 7:57 am
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That poor thing looks like it rolled or tried to go under to low a bridge.

How do you manage to do that in a museum environment ???

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On the left side of the T25E1 the roadwheels are almost touching the support rollers. Must have a few busted torsion bars.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 21, 2008 10:33 am
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- Joe_D
That poor thing looks like it rolled or tried to go under to low a bridge.

How do you manage to do that in a museum environment ???

Joe D


For one, its been in neglected storage (almost certainly outdoors) for quite some time - decades most likely. Who knows what may have bumped into it etc while it was behind the fence in the testing area.

Secondly, I'd have to check the old photos, but it may have been like that since it was handed over to the museum - could well have happened while it was being tested 60 years ago...

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