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The Sanford Priest...
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:45 am
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That'd be Sanford, NC VFW. It's on the AFV register, but without serial number...don't know if this is it or not. Got lots of fighting compartment pics from all angles, will just post a few. It was seriously cold, but at least had good access. I'm told it is engineless, but has tranny and/or final drives. Couldn't open or see in engine compartment.











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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 2:12 am
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Definitely an M7B2 Priest. Nice pictures!
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nice OD green paint on the tracks... Mr. Green

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A few more...







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Looks like there could be a dataplate there. The plate above the drivers hatch is what it should be, it's overpainted but thats a plate there. If it is the dataplate thats pretty rare, I've never seen a dataplate of a M7B1 or B2
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- Tichenor
Looks like there could be a dataplate there. The plate above the drivers hatch is what it should be, it's overpainted but thats a plate there. If it is the dataplate thats pretty rare, I've never seen a dataplate of a M7B1 or B2
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You might be right...sure is featureless and thick for a dataplate. Here it is in higher resolution so y'all can make of it what you will. Next time I'm back, I'll examine this bit more closely.

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