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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 11:16 am
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I'm looking for those vehicles:

SAN LUIS OBISPO - California
Camp San Luis Obispo Museum
M7B2 Priest

SAVANNAH - Georgia
Georgia ARNG Armory
M7 Priest

ABILENE - Kansas
Eisenhower Park
M7B1 Priest

SENECA - Kansas
Park across from city swimming pool
M7 Priest

FORT KNOX
Museum Warehouse (Building 4038)
M7 Priest

COLUMBUS - Mississippi
A/2-114 FA, MS ARNG Armory
M7B2 Priest

DURANT - Mississippi
C/2-114 Field Artillery, MS ARNG Armory
M7B2 Priest

STARKVILLE - Mississippi
2-114 Field Artillery, Mississippi ARNG Armory
M7B2 Priest

HAMILTON - Montana
Montana ARNG Armory
M7B1 Priest

HAMILTON - Nebraska
Nebraska ARNG Armory
M7 Priest

SANFORD – North Carolina
American Legion Post 382
M7B2 Priest

CINCINATTI - Ohio
Asmann Ave, near Xavier University
M7B1 Priest

WINCHESTER - Tennessee
1-115 FA, TN ARNG Armory
M7B2 Priest

4th Infantry Division Museum Storage Facility
M7 Priest

FREDERICKSBURG - Virginia
Fort AP Hill Historical Collection
M7B2 Priest
M7B2 Priest

CHARLESTON – West Virginia
West Virginia National Guard HQ
M7B2 Priest

CHEYENNE -Wyoming
Wyoming Military Department HQ
M7B2 Priest

GUERNSEY - Wyoming
Army Reserve Base
M7B1 Priest

from ex:
HUBBARD - Ohio
World War II Vehicle Museum and Learning Center
M7B1 Priest
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:38 pm
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Rafal,

I would be interested to work on such a register, but we already know that a lot of the Priests are in private collections. It would be probably better to split the PDF into 3 documents :
-M7 priest
-M7B1 Priest
-M7B2 Priest

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:43 pm
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The Sanford, NC Priest. I think I had a thread on this some time ago with more pics, or maybe they're in my gallery.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:59 pm
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By the way, there is NO "Hamilton, Nebraska". I have looked. I even went to the point on Google Maps that listed a townsite for "Hamilton". No town, no M7. There is a Hamilton County, but I haven't hit all the towns in it to see if there is an M7.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 1:00 pm
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P-O

About spliting the register I thing that would depend how big the register would be.

When I finish the work on the register I will of course send it to you.

Maybe in the time you could finish the work on Sexton (for now the register have 25 pages)
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 3:42 pm
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- bialy-r
I'm looking for those vehicles:

SAN LUIS OBISPO - California
Camp San Luis Obispo Museum
M7B2 Priest



That M7B2 is at Camp Roberts:
Camp Roberts M7B2

The only armor at Camp SLO is a M3 Stuart and Type 97 tankette.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 4:37 pm
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Most likely not in any register

M7B2 Priest private collector the Netherlands



The 105mm gun is missing from this vehicle

It is one of the 3 I know of in the Netherlands

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 7:31 pm
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- Michel_Krauss
Most likely not in any register
M7B2 Priest private collector the Netherlands


ref. www.maczekmuseum.nl/fotoalbum.htm
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:49 am
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- Michel_Krauss
It is one of the 3 I know of in the Netherlands

This one is going to be rebuild as a Kangaroo Confused
Actualy I have knowledge of 7 Priests in The Nederlands, all in private hands.

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Not longer there, has been sold to a private collector near Amstelveen ( info from the previous owner).
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 8:06 am
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This one is going to be rebuild as a Kangaroo Confused


An M7B2 being rebuilt as a Kangaroo?!? There is a lot of work involved to rebuild an M7B2 into an M7. Mind you, an M7B2 without a gun is not a Priest Kangaroo. . . (but you knew that)

For those who are interested in Priest Kangaroos, see web.inter.nl.net/users...cr/m7.html and for a wartime description for "CONVERSION OF PRIEST TO TROOP CARRIER" go to my website: web.inter.nl.net/users...ckang2.htm

HTH,
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 10:27 am
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- Hanno_Spoelstra

An M7B2 being rebuilt as a Kangaroo?!? There is a lot of work involved to rebuild an M7B2 into an M7. Mind you, an M7B2 without a gun is not a Priest Kangaroo. . . (but you knew that)

That's why the Confused

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 10:52 am
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M7 in Holland:

EX BREDA
General Maczek museum
M7B2 Priest
www.shermantank.nl/Breda%20M7B2.htm

STADSKANAAL
Private owner
M7B2 Priest
shermantank.nl/stadskanaal.htm

EDE
Private owner
M7B2 Priest
www.shermantank.nl/shm7b2.htm

HELMOND
Private owner
M7B2 Priest
www.shermantank.nl/helmpriestb1.htm

Other ?
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 5:58 pm
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- bialy-r

EX BREDA
General Maczek museum
M7B2 Priest
www.shermantank.nl/Breda%20M7B2.htm


Now in Amstelveen

- bialy-r

EDE
Private owner
M7B2 Priest
www.shermantank.nl/shm7b2.htm


Actualy it should be 't Harde

- bialy-r

HELMOND
Private owner
M7B2 Priest
www.shermantank.nl/helmpriestb1.htm


Moved to Eindhoven

The other three are with the same owner in Eindhoven, one will be rebuild to M7B1. I believe two are still for sale.

Michel
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 9:06 pm
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To fill some of the gaps

The one at the picture I posted before is not going to be rebuild to Kangaroo
This M7 most likely comes from an German shooting range, because at the other side of the vehicle there is an large number painted across "730"

An painting numbers on to AFV's most of the time means hard-target
Most likely the gun has been removed for spare parts

This M7 from Stadskanaal is one of the several M7 Priest that belonged to the collector from the Eindhoven location

Michel

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2010 9:27 pm
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I've posted 3 photos of the Charleston, WV NGHQ M7B2 Priest at:
gallery.me.com/bowstix#100283

Enjoy!
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