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PostPosted: Sat Jul 16, 2011 12:09 pm
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M32B1(Or M34?), memorail park in Mumbai.
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I wonder if there is only one tank ?

Probably many of them, it's unlikely that they'd be shipping a single tank.
www.mapleleafup.net/fo...-3230.html
This link says that they were being carried as deck cargo, the ship was carrying Tin & Nickel ingots that have been salvaged, the ship being blasted apart in the process.
The wreck lies in 40m of water.
More photos.
www.pbase.com/connieb/...e/86887948
www.pbase.com/connieb/...e/86887942
Doubtless a cargo manifest exists for it somewhere.


hello,

the Lee/Grant PDF file already contains photos of these M3 Lee wrecks. The PDF indicates that 4 different wrecks are known yet, but there could me more in the ship, I don't know.

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Another Grant wreck?

www.dsac.com.au/Madang%20Photos.htm
Madang, PNG
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 05, 2011 5:25 pm
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More "Down Under"
A slightly soggy Grant


A "Honey Dozer"


A very distressed Staghound


www.livesteammodels.co...index.html
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King Tiger gear box on ebay
cgi.ebay.de/Konigstige...27bd3ce17b
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 14, 2011 9:15 am
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Unidentified parts, located in a swamp close to the Russian and Finnish border in Norway (Pasvik/Kirkenes).





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Possibly a T37?
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ZSU 57-2 turret on ? chassis.

mig29.egloos.com/1233245
2 more on same webpage.
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M26 Pershing in a scrapyard "Near Arnhem " in current issue (No 153) of After the Battle. A few small photos, scrapyard's owner doesn't want the location revealed.
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PzKpfw. III Ausf. J – Somewhere in Belarus
This tank was recovered from a swamp in the Smolensk area (Russia) in 2002 and was for sale on a website in 2004-2005
for $650,000. It seems that at that time, the tank was located in Belarus. Current location unknown

mystery solved Smile

Also they have Pz III condition like new only without track and Tower. This pz III was found in Russia and delivered to Belorussia to war musem. During delivery tank was disassembled, and russian custom stoped track and tower. Condition new, becouse tank was delivered from military plant from Germany to East front and when he moved from railwaystation to frontline tank fell into a swamp and drowned ?rew saved. Tank was discovered in 2003 aprx. and people from museum found last survived from that german crew (radist) in Germany. Puctires not very well, becouse tank staying in hangar and ligths was not good.

www.warrelics.eu/forum...ia-100095/

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Same one?
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P-O

Seems the Hummel from Koblenz is now at the Lehrsammlung der Artillerieschule in Idar-Oberstein.
The same for the Stug III G from the Dresden Museum.
See: f3.webmart.de/f.cfm?id...88750&pg=1

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"Surviving Russian amphibious Tanks" file:
There are news to a photo "T-37 hull – Vadim Zadorozhny Museum, Arhangelskoe, Moscow Oblast (Russia)"

More photos here: photo.qip.ru/users/pakuro/3963414/
There is also T-18 m1930 photo.qip.ru/users/pakuro/3904285/
and T-60 photo.qip.ru/users/pakuro/3904202/
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New PDF file published today, thanks to Walter Schwabe :

Armoured and unarmoured Schwere Wehrmacht Schlepper (sWS), Ford and Opel Maultier Half-Tracks, Sdkfz. 4/1 15cm Panzerwerfer 42 auf Maultier

I removed the armoured sWS and Sdkfz. 4/1 15cm Panzerwerfer 42 auf Maultier from the "Surviving German Armoured Vehicles" PDF file.

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Carden-Lloyd, unknown location.

forum.cari.com.my/view...amp;page=3
(Looks like it's a Milweb advert)
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Comet Range Wreck.
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