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USA (NOW V3.0!), Canada, France and Belgium AFV Registers
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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I'm sorry my post was to be here Surviving Panzers website.
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Dear Friends,
Mr. Bahenský did a great job when he built this toy for big boys. Too bad that the vehicle contains 0% original parts.

Information about the construction here.
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replica Tančík vz.33 is ready

www.tancik-vz33.estran..._4990.html
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Neil - as I posted in the main forum - the M59 listed in Texarkana, TX has been sold and is long gone.
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- vagabond
Ok, Chris! You Win!

First I photograph the M39 in Danbury and the next day you're riding around in one! Now you get photos from the base in San Diego that we wrangled our way on to see, but couldn't photograph! Arghh!!! Evil or Very Mad

Seriously, I'm glad you got photos of the tanks! Good going.


Thanks VB, but your pictures are much nicer!

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2012 5:42 am
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Paul and Lorén,

thanks for the updates about the M40s in Mena and Charleston. It was impossible to find recent photos of these two vehicles, so I was wondering what happened to them.

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Arkansas Tank Hunting update #2.

Today, we found the new ARNG Armory in Fort Smith, AR for the unit previously based out of the armory (now a police training facility) on Zero St and Massard Rd. I asked about the status of the M55 and was told that it is in a storage yard off 1st Ave on Fort Chaffee. Alas, we couldn't gain access to Fort Chaffee to see it.

The new armory has an M110 out front. (35.31556, -94.27576) This one is not listed in the registry. SNF286.

We located and photographed the M40 in Charleston, AR. It was removed years ago from the park on S School St and placed in the City vehicle storage area down off of what Google calls Lee Western Rd (but the local street sign calls something else) GPS (35.29193, -94.05196). A local police officer had planned on restoring it, but has since retired and the M40 sits forlorn in a storage area.

Also, we located and photographed the M40 in Mena, AR. It was displayed for years up at the local lodge but was moved to the AR National Guard Armory on Morrow St N (34.59329, -94.22244) North of 71. A Sgt from the Armory came out and gave us a little history of the vehicle. When it was delivered to the Armory in the 1980s, it rolled off of the lowboy and crashed into a tree. The tree was taken out and the upper right rear of the M40 was slightly bent. Yes, we have photos of the tree stump and the damage to the M40.

Photos of all of the above will be posted as soon as we can.

Cheers!!
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2012 12:27 am
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Ok, Chris! You Win!

First I photograph the M39 in Danbury and the next day you're riding around in one! Now you get photos from the base in San Diego that we wrangled our way on to see, but couldn't photograph! Arghh!!! Evil or Very Mad

Seriously, I'm glad you got photos of the tanks! Good going.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2012 5:51 am
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Chris,

thanks for the photos of the Flamethrower Sherman. I'm still looking for a photo of the CWS-POA-H5 at Marine Corps Air Ground Center Twenty-Nine Palms.

Pierre-Olivier

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2012 3:39 am
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Neil -

CA AFV notes from our adventures.

Mrs VB managed to talk our way onto the Naval/Marine Reserve base in San Diego to see the CWS-POA-H1 Sherman & M60A1 RISE with Blazer ERA. We were not allowed to take photos, but we did see the vehicles and noted that the M60 has SN3757M W311 on the engine deck and 523746 and M21442 painted on the sides. An M1 Abrahms is on display as well. It has SND8072 on the skirt and USMC 585990 painted on the side.



I took pics of all 3 tanks when I was down there last March. The Bn S-3 gave me permission as the E-7 who I was supposed to have met wasn't there. I'm looking to go back there again in November.

Sherman:


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Abrams turret number:

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2012 2:20 am
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Neil and the gang -

We visited Camp Robinson, AR and arranged to be escorted to the storage area to see and photograph the 2 M40s. Word from the director of the ARNG Museum is that the M40s are on the docket to be re-painted and that one M40 is slated to be displayed at the museum while the other M40 is to be shipped off to a VFW/AL post in NW Arkansas. The director is a former tanker - he spoke of his time in M551s and M60s.

We also saw and photographed the ARNG Museum displays, the M26A1 Dragon Wagon, the 2 M42's and the 4 aircraft on display.

In the other storage area, the M901 is still there but the 2 M60’s that were once there are gone. They were transported to a re-purposing depot and the possibly shipped off to Fort Sill as range targets. Crying or Very sad

Fort Smith, AR - update
The M55 listed as being at an ARNG Armory in Fort Smith is no longer at that location. The armory itself is closed and the building is now a training facility for police. The slab out front is empty.

While in Fort Smith we did see and photograph the M110 near Fort Chaffee and the M106A2 at the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 467.

Tomorrow we will go hunting for the M40s in Charleston, AR and Mena, AR. I’ll let you know what we find.

Cheers,
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Neil -

CA AFV notes from our adventures.

Mrs VB managed to talk our way onto the Naval/Marine Reserve base in San Diego to see the CWS-POA-H1 Sherman & M60A1 RISE with Blazer ERA. We were not allowed to take photos, but we did see the vehicles and noted that the M60 has SN3757M W311 on the engine deck and 523746 and M21442 painted on the sides. An M1 Abrahms is on display as well. It has SND8072 on the skirt and USMC 585990 painted on the side.

The M47 at the CAANG Armory on Mesa College Dr in San Diego has SN3053 on the front tow lugs.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 6:43 pm
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Hey Neil -

While running about aboard Camp Pendleton, we have some AFV location updates for you as follows -

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DID NOT SEE - ZSU-23-4 or 2S1



They are located near division headquarters at some divisional school buildings. I took a couple of pics of them with my iPhone back in March. They're in pretty ratty shape and had been previously at Ft. Irwin based on the US Army bumper codes painted on them.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 6:40 pm
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Hi Vagabond,
Is this the same T-62 which was located at the paintball park (l/n there nov11)?

I have also a Type 69 at the Infantry School, is this one of the T-54s you mention?

Regards,
Lesley


There are two T-62's at Camp Pendleton, one at the paintball park and one at School of Infantry.

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A private collector in Georgetown, Texas, has an M22 Locust hull (no turret), a Dingo Scout Car and a T-16 carrier in his collection. Some photos can be seen here : http://www.6thaarr.com/club-vehicles.html.

P-O

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