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What kind of tank?
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 15, 2014 10:47 am
Post subject: What kind of tank?

In Sweden this ad was found and there has been some arguing about where the wheels comes from. The Wheels was bought at a scrap yard near a tank regiment in 1975.
At this tank regiment trials of all kind were carried out in the past, but the question is - what vehicle? When we can tell what vehicle, we might be able to find out how these Wheels ended up in Sweden.

www.blocket.se/alvsbor...?ca=12&w=3


So far no one in Sweden has been able to tell what it is. They look similar but not the same as M13/40.

Anyone who can help?
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 15, 2014 6:51 pm
Post subject: Re: What kind of tank?

Bogies are from a Carden Lloyd Mk V* or VI - Sweden had a number converted to one-man-tanks.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 17, 2014 7:14 am
Post subject: Re: What kind of tank?

NO they are not from a Carden Loyd.
Sweden had, and still has one Carden Loyd Mk V* and one Mk VI. Sweden did not have "a number" converted to one man tanks - only 2 and only for tests.

So the question remains - from what vehicle?
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According to the Vickers records they received four - the additional two were Vickers produced Mk VI versions probably with the vickers produced roadwheels as on the trailer rather than the originaL Carden-lloyd ones.

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