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Trieste, Museo Diego de Henriquez: Renault UE Chenillette
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This should be one modified by the germans, but the squared cupola is different than the one I saw in Brussels Museum. Do you know any other surviving vehicle with the same configuration?



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Do you know any other surviving vehicle with the same configuration?


well, there is a third configuration :

http://forum.axishistory.com/download/file.php?id=71050&sid=ec67e10f60548d173ab469fa31ed2787

http://forum.axishistory.com/download/file.php?id=71051&sid=ec67e10f60548d173ab469fa31ed2787

seen at the Army Museum at Copenhagen (Denmark)

But I don't reply your question...

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Thats a Sicherungsfahrzeug UE(f) - Luftwaffe airfield security vehicle with seperate MG 34 & 13mm HMG casemates.

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This should be one modified by the germans, but the squared cupola is different than the one I saw in Brussels Museum. Do you know any other surviving vehicle with the same configuration?

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That looks to me like the versions manufactured for SS Polizei units?

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Thanks for the feedback. That chennilette in Copenhagen is impressive.

Anyway, my question is still open, I would like to know if there are more with this configuration.

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Sorry cannot be much more help - there are no more extant with this configuration as far as I know...

They only exist in WW2 images now and I have been collecting german UE conversion images for a while for a project.

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Thanks for the feedback. That chennilette in Copenhagen is impressive.

Anyway, my question is still open, I would like to know if there are more with this configuration.

Massimo


Massimo,

It seems that the Copenhague, Trieste and Brussels ones are unique survivors

You can also find a example with Wurfrahmen 40 in Dresden :


I don't know any other heavily-modified UE..

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Thanks.

Pierre Olivier, you have Renault UE Chenillette register in the pipeline, right?

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Thanks.

Pierre Olivier, you have Renault UE Chenillette register in the pipeline, right?

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Rafal gave me some material, that's right.

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I have pictures of both chenillettes in Brussels and the one in Full. Drop me a note if you need any.

How many vehicles are still around, more or less?

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I would say, around 20 are known for the moment, but for sure there are more !!

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Here is what I know for the moment :

France
-Dead Man's Corner Museum, St Côme du Mont, Normandy
-Tosny Museum, Tosny, Normandy
-Remember 39-45 museum, Lehon, Britanny
-War and Peace museum in the Ardennes, Novion-Porcien, Champagne-Ardenne
-Militaire Association Troyenne, Troyes, Champagne-Ardenne
-Musée de l'Armée, Paris
-Fort de Fermont, Fermont, Lorraine
-Saumur Tank Museum
-Saumur Tank Museum (unrestored)

that makes 9 known in France

Other countries
-Full museum, Switzerland
-Auto + Technik Museum, Sinsheim, Germany
-Victory Museum, Auburn, USA
-Military Museum of Southern New England, Danbury, USA
-Kubinka Tank Museum, Russia
-Ole Drostrup private collection, Denmark
-Bovington Tank Museum, UK

that makes 7 known in other countries

Modified Renault UE
-Sicherungsfahrzeug UE(f), Army Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark
-SS Polizei units?, Trieste, Italy
-UE630(f), Brussels Tank Museum, Belgium
-mit sWurfrahmen40, Militärhistorischen Museum, Dresden, Germany

that makes 4 more

Total : 20

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 29, 2009 2:28 am
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21

in:

Lehn Collectible Automobiles, Moscow (Russia)
svsm.org/gallery/renault_ue

Pierre don't you think is time to create a register of them on the.shadock.free.fr/Su...nzers.html


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22

in:

Thailand Railway Hall of Fame, Bangkok (Thailand)
www.2bangkok.com/2bang...ndex.shtml

23

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Royal Thai Army Museum, Bangkok (Thailand) - it is modified (behind the Carden-Lloyd Mk IV)

Pierre don't you think is time to create a register of them on the.shadock.free.fr/Su...nzers.html
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 30, 2009 12:27 pm
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Pierre don't you think is time to create a register of them on the.shadock.free.fr/Su...nzers.html


well, that's not really an AFV, because its purpose was to carry ammunition etc...

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