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Surviving Panzers website
The AFV ASSOCIATION was formed in 1964 to support the thoughts and research of all those interested in Armored Fighting Vehicles and related topics, such as AFV drawings. The emphasis has always been on sharing information and communicating with other members of similar interests; e.g. German armor, Japanese AFVs, or whatever.
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OT810(?), Twin Lakes, Croston, near Leyland, Lancashire.
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...and a nice looking Borgward 1956 build B2000 9-seater in the background! As many of them this is an ex Bundeswehr vehicle converted to a fire brigade car in its second life. Most possible someone is willing to mess it up as an "schwerer Einheits PKW" for reenactment... :roll: ... while the OT may get a second life as unarmoured SdKFZ 11.

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Pierre Olivier, I think you should update the PDF regarding the LT-H in Vugelles, see:
www.com-central.net/in...ic&t=15856

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Pierre Olivier, I think you should update the PDF regarding the LT-H in Vugelles, see:
www.com-central.net/in...mp;t=15856

Massimo


apart from the fact that it has been removed from display, do you know what's happening? Is it being preserved/restored, or maybe will it be given to Czech tank museum?

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I am going to investigate, but I don't know anything yet.
Only confirmed news is that one more LTL-H will be restored, most likely to go to Burgdorf. So far I heard the candidate was M-78587 from Thun.

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We would like to make one LTH returned to the Czech Republic. We talked about it with Massimo.
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www.flickr.com/photos/...266360018/

Buryakovka Vehicle Graveyard
Mostly wheled soft skin, but an AT-L is there too.
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http://www.flickr.com/photos/jamescharlick/6266360018/

Buryakovka Vehicle Graveyard
Mostly wheled soft skin, but an AT-L is there too.


That is BAT-M
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Carden-Loyd Mk IV
www.shutterstock.com/p...-park.html

Type 76 AA
www.shutterstock.com/p...9A14D-2-31

Landsverk Model 131 and T17 AA in background
www.shutterstock.com/p...0D1A0-6-64

at unknown location in Thailand


We known about those Thai Type 76 AA Vehicles at:

– The Reserve Affairs Centre on Viphavadi Road (Thailand)
– The 6th AA Regiment on Chaengwattana Road (Thailand)
– The 7th AA Regiment in Pathum Thani (Thailand)
– Provincial Army HQ, Uttaradit (Thailand)

maybe they are in one of those locations ?
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One from The Armour Journal.

"Israeli army decommissioned Russian T62 tank is seen in an scrapyard in the Tanks Cemetery located inside an army base near the southern Israeli city of Kiryat Gat on May 5, 2011. Some 700 decommissioned Israeli tanks used during different wars are for sale for about 0.25 USD/kilo, to be used for metal recycling."
Photo: MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images
Note all those Sherman Makmat 160mm mortar carriers!
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M36? in Iraq





Liberated by the Polish army! Note also Iranian roundel, so an Iraqi trophy, now becomes a Polish trophy!
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That M36


Is from few years a mounument in the base of the11th Armoured Cavalry Division in Żagań, Poland.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...y_Division

www.panoramio.com/photo/74183417

www.sokol.slupsk.pl/za...age44.html
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PostPosted: Sun May 05, 2013 9:35 am
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Lorraine Chennilette 37 L
www.milweb.net/classif...7453&cat=1
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That M36

Is from few years a mounument in the base of the11th Armoured Cavalry Division in Żagań, Poland.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...y_Division

www.panoramio.com/photo/74183417

www.sokol.slupsk.pl/za...age44.html


Yes, some more info and pics here:

Unique ID 2255: M36B1, Zagan

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PostPosted: Wed May 08, 2013 10:49 am
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- bialy-r
- bialy-r
Carden-Loyd Mk IV
www.shutterstock.com/p...-park.html

Type 76 AA
www.shutterstock.com/p...9A14D-2-31

Landsverk Model 131 and T17 AA in background
www.shutterstock.com/p...0D1A0-6-64

at unknown location in Thailand


We known about those Thai Type 76 AA Vehicles at:

– The Reserve Affairs Centre on Viphavadi Road (Thailand)
– The 6th AA Regiment on Chaengwattana Road (Thailand)
– The 7th AA Regiment in Pathum Thani (Thailand)
– Provincial Army HQ, Uttaradit (Thailand)

maybe they are in one of those locations ?


I've done an update and added these vehicles to the PDF files. My guess is that they are located at Chaengwattana Road, because it is near Bangkok, and the guy who published the pictures took them in Bangkok area.

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