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M36 Jackson - Survivors
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 7:04 pm
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The first thing that pops out is the bow MG. I'll have to study it some more.

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Bingo!!! M36s don't have a bow mg! The other thing I thought strange was the lower track skirts that angle back in.

Dontos - The bore evacuator seems common on Yugoslavian M36s. On the M36 in Hubbard they took the evacuator itself off but the holes in the barrel remained.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 8:52 pm
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Actually, both the bore evacuator and the hull MG are indications of post-war modifications. The former indicates the presence of the M3A1 90mm gun in place of the plain M3. The hull machine gun is common in South Korean, some Taiwanese and Japanese M36s and also on Taiwanese M10s.

Japanese example:
www3.plala.or.jp/takih...er/M36.JPG
Probably that's why the Fujimi 1/76 scale M36 kit features both the hull MG and the bore evacuator.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 20, 2012 1:31 pm
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[quote="Patrik"]Kosovo 2007


www.tnmc.cz/walkaround...ackson.php





problem is, where they are. And they are still there.

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New photo for a list of M36 B2 from Croatia,Military Base Museum, Vukovar
cestovani.idnes.cz/fot...ovar17.jpg
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2012 10:44 am
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Flag's Dutch?, but the caption says it's in Kosovo.
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Croatian Flag is also red-white-blue
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2012 4:33 am
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M-36 (7109) in England. M36's debut at Muckleburgh 2012.


www.marcusglenn.com/index2.html
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one or more dealers must be active in the former Yugoslavia as bits and pieces have been coming out over the last couple of years. An M36 arrived at the War & Peace show this year literally Russian engine and Yugoslav markings, only to be sprayed Olive Drab and given USA markings while in a field at the show! It drove around the arena. I have a video on YouTube of a British owned M36 driving onto a Rogers trailer at Tanks in Town 2011. That was ex Yugo, modefied back to WW2 spec, both in rear configuration and with a GAA installed.

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a good thing that some people, even probably driven by money earning, participate to the preservation of historical vehicles.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2012 8:02 pm
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a good thing that some people, even probably driven by money earning, participate to the preservation of historical vehicles.

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May I suggest that "driven by money earning" may be the best possible motivation for preserving historic vehicles. Lord knows that preservation for the sake of preservation hasn't been all that effective in recent years!

(Yep, I'm still alive! It's been a while, and a side trip to Afghanistan figured into my absence, but I'm still around!)

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 27, 2013 4:15 am
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1)
M36 in Xinfeng Township, Hsinchu County (Taiwan)

www.panoramio.com/photo/33221998

2)
M36 - unknown location (Taiwan)

tw.myblog.yahoo.com/tt...l=f&fid=21
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M36 "WS-31" - unknown location (Taiwan)

tw.myblog.yahoo.com/tt...l=f&fid=21

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M36 - unknown location (Taiwan)

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M36 GMC – Military Museum of the Chinese People's Revolution, Beijing (China) - better photo

www.mafengwo.cn/photo/...44190.html
file21.mafengwo.net/M0...SAk99.jpeg


M36 GMC – Armor Academy and military base, HuKou (Taiwan) - better photo

guide.yododo.com/013F0...813EFC9C6B
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M36 - Karl Smith Collection, Tooele, UT (USA)

www.sixtharmygroup.com...418&pos=47
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UK, "Easy Tiger". Ex-Yugoslavia.
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There are two not one M36B1 in Shiraz

M36B1 GMC – Shiraz, Fars Province (Iran)

www.panoramio.com/photo/71791972
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Second M36 GMC – Armor Academy and military base, HuKou (Taiwan)
commons.wikimedia.org/...130302.jpg

M36 GMC – Unknown location (Taiwan) (Taiwan) - running condition
worldoftanks.asia/zh-t...-recap-tw/
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