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PostPosted: Mon Mar 21, 2011 9:41 pm
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Dear Sirs,
photo colleagues Bialy-r I'm using Fotoshop made very clear. Because of this I found that it is not a weapon taken from LVTH-6.

www.com-central.net/in...fullsize=1

I very much regret that I can not identify anything else.
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Dear Sirs,
photo colleagues Bialy-r I'm using Fotoshop made very clear. Because of this I found that it is not a weapon taken from LVTH-6.

www.com-central.net/in...fullsize=1

I very much regret that I can not identify anything else.


That I know I answered the question

- Pzkpfw-e
Weird creation, even more from the front!
www.flickr.com/photos/...682610713/


It is LVTH6 turret at War Remnants Museum, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) (Vietnam)



But my question is still a mystery ?
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Are those Marmon-Herrington Armoured Car Mk III ? in Gweru Military Museum (Zimbabwe)

www.sa-transport.co.za...olice.html

Description:

"The two vehicle shown under Zimbabwe look very much like Marmon-Herrington armoured cars, but modified with Barbette added to the top, for riot use. As these vehicles are based on Ford truck chassis / running gear would have been “Ford” with Marmon – Herrington 4 wheel drive /running gear from the late 30,s and 40’s, these particular vehicles would not have seen service in Zimbabwe, but only in the period of ‘Rhodesia’, when the Police force was known as the ‘British South Africa Police’. The Zim Police are known as the Zimbabwe Republic Police or ZRP. The BSAP most likely inherited the vehicle from the Army, once the army had upgraded. (There are original Marmon Herrington’s at the Military History Museum in Johannesburg for comparison purposes). Thank you to Chris Baragwanath for this information"

My questions:
are those a WWII vehicles modified for Police service ?
or post war vehicles build for special Police service ?

They look very similiar too Marmon-Herrington Armoured Car Mk III
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??? in Millitary Museum in Hanoi, Vietnam

www.flickr.com/photos/...747935720/
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:51 pm
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www.btlsqsvn.org.vn/?a...dex&lgid=2

"Magnetic Discharging Vehicle No L.A-4320"


The vehicle was modified from a Soviet-Built ATL Light Artillery-Towing Vehicle. It was used by Unit 93 of the Engineer High Command to destroy the US magnetic bombs and mines at the Tung Estuary, Viet Estuary and Eastern section of Truong Son Mountain Range (on the Ho Chi Minh Trail), Quang Binh and Quang Tri Provinces from1968 to 1972

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http://www.btlsqsvn.org.vn/?act=mn_index&lgid=2

"Magnetic Discharging Vehicle No L.A-4320"


The vehicle was modified from a Soviet-Built ATL Light Artillery-Towing Vehicle. It was used by Unit 93 of the Engineer High Command to destroy the US magnetic bombs and mines at the Tung Estuary, Viet Estuary and Eastern section of Truong Son Mountain Range (on the Ho Chi Minh Trail), Quang Binh and Quang Tri Provinces from1968 to 1972

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www.panoramio.com/photo/30807734
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 20, 2011 12:59 pm
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Dear Colleagues,
it is interesting that the website of Hanoi military museum vehicle data LA-4320 in English only. Vietnamese text I not found.

Sources
btlsqsvn.org.vn/showid.php?id=508
btlsqsvn.org.vn/showid.php?id=657
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http://www.btlsqsvn.org.vn/?act=mn_index&lgid=2

"Magnetic Discharging Vehicle No L.A-4320"


The vehicle was modified from a Soviet-Built ATL Light Artillery-Towing Vehicle. It was used by Unit 93 of the Engineer High Command to destroy the US magnetic bombs and mines at the Tung Estuary, Viet Estuary and Eastern section of Truong Son Mountain Range (on the Ho Chi Minh Trail), Quang Binh and Quang Tri Provinces from1968 to 1972

(Exhibitions & Objects » Outdoor Exhibition » Area 2)


www.panoramio.com/photo/30807734



static.panoramio.com/p...807734.jpg

That for sure isn't a vehicle based on Russian AT-L
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AT-L


But I thanks for photo showing it from the front.

I think that is a Chinese Type 60 tracked tractor
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...ed_tractor
www.sinodefence.com/ar...type60.asp
www.pakdef.info/museum...GP2220.jpg
but with armoured cabin. I wonder if its' a Vietnamese or Chinese modification ?
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Chinese military vehicles in the Huangpu Military Academy, Guangzhou:


New versions of PT-76 ?:

vehicles: 709, 710 - PT-76 with a new turret

vehicle: 008 - strange self-propelled coastal defence system

commons.wikimedia.org/...ngzhou.jpg
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Chinese military vehicles in the Huangpu Military Academy, Guangzhou:


New versions of PT-76 ?:


Not new - rather old in fact as they are Type 60/63 hulls (Chinese copy of PT-76) mainly used for development work these days. Those vehicles are all one-offs I suspect.

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???

www.shutterstock.com/p...0D1A0-6-64
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Dear Colleague,
about this car I found info on www.network54.com/Foru...+questions

I quote: "The tractors are the Landsverk Model 131 (60 bhp), and the number of Which were sold to Thailand in the 1930s (Vanderveen's Directory, p 308)."
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BTR-152 + BRDM-2 = ???

86137.ru/images/tpk_bt.jpg
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More likely ZiL-157 + sheet metal + BRDM-2 + BTR-70MBP, the latter for the turret.

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