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Some sort of prime mover/tank tractor I assume?



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Some notable US vehicles...

M3A3 Lee



T14 heavy assault tank



M6A1 heavy tank



An interesting prime mover - Walter Model Adum...



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Some experimental tank models...

T20E3



T22



T23s





M4A2E4 Sherman with experimental wide-track torsion bar suspension



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Two interwar tanks & some Shermans & Sherman-based vehicles...

T2E1 Light Tank



T4E1 Medium Tank



M4A3 Sherman with T1E4 Mine Exploder



T5 TRV converted to Mine Exploder Vehicle



T72 GMC



T52 GMC - gotta love a ball-turret Sherman Wink even if it was a flop...



M4A2E1 Sherman



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Another interwar tank & more Shermans...

T1E4 Light Tank



M4A3(105) Sherman with T121 twin MG mount



M4A4 Sherman with Allis-Chalmers suspension



M4A6 Sherman



Plus another T23



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M32A1 Tank Recovery Vehicle



Another T23



T13 Trackless Tank





T55E1 Cook Interceptor



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Last set of US vehicles

M4A3E1 Sherman



M4A3E3 Sherman



And yet another T23



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Foreign vehicles.

Sd.Kfz. 251 SPW



Crusader Mk II



Type 2 Ka-Mi, apparently pre- & post-cutaway... This could be the one that was formerly at Camp Pendleton and is now presumably in storage in Barstow CA.





Type 97 Te-Ke



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More foreign vehicles.

Sd.Kfz. 234/2 Puma



Type 97 Chi-Ha



Bergepanther



Type 94 TK



Type 1 Ho-Ki APC



Enough for tonight. Maybe more sometime later this weekend...

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 06, 2007 6:36 am
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The 8x8 vehicle looks like the Sterling T26E3.

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The 8x8 vehicle looks like the Sterling T26E3


Damn he beat me to it Sad

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Nice set of images - bit of a damning inditement of that idiot that scrapped a load of vehicles in the 1950s tho...

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The rear end of that SdKfz 251 sure looks odd, did they remove it for some reason?

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Hi Neil! Hi Folks!

Alan and Jim are correct. Here is a photo of it pulling a T58E1 trailier with a T26E1 tank on board.


Photo is from U.S. Military Wheeled Vehicles by Fred W. Crismon. That book has stats and a few more photos.

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- JimWeb
Nice set of images - bit of a damning inditement of that idiot that scrapped a load of vehicles in the 1950s tho...

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True, although we dont necessarily have confirmation that all of these (or firm info for almost any of them) were actually scrapped. Some may have been transferred to other collections/museums, and possibly others still are "behind the fence" (albeit more doubtful). But yes, more than likely, most were scrapped...

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