Discussion in 'Quiz Me!' started by Joe, Oct 29, 2007.
I give up.
BATIGNOLLES-CHATILLON DP 2
Chars français - 1935 BATIGNOLLES-CHATILLON DP 2
You can find practically all you need on French tanks on that site, but it's in French.
I'm out of pictures so if someone has anything good please post it, I may try to come up with something intersting myself but right now I don't know where to start searching, we practically went though the whole WW2 AFV models and I know very little of modern stuff.
EDIT: As nobody posted anything ....... try this, it obviously saw combat.
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Semovente M 42M da 75/34 AKA Stug M 42M 85 (i)
Yes it is !
Here we go.
Seems to be Polish 7TP.
Well, my turn, right?
What about this...
Cruiser Mk VIII Challenger
Heres the next one.
Looks like a T-34/85 but the gun mantlet is late 76 like
Or possibly a captured T34/76 "reworked" by the Germans (they semmed to believe a vehicle had to have a cupola to classify as a tank).
It is T-34/76 with additional screen. (late Pz IV style)
Screened T-34 m.1942-1943
Not WW2 but not too difficult, not that many big monsters around.
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Fiat 2000, of course!
And here is one very nice piece!
What do we see on this photo?
Fiat 2000 in all it's horror, (VP will say it's cute but ... "he loves tanks"), tried to downgrade picture quality so that the FIAT logo was unreadable but that self propelled blockhouse is pretty distinctive .
This has an obvious Sherman look to it, tracks and turret fit but those exausts are german style ... some sort of prototype with non standard engine?
Prototype with other engine it is!
But, not german (hint: it was made in 60's)
came a cross this one today..
Tikilal, can I ask where you got this photo from?
I'm more than a little intrigued.
Edit: Never mind mate, memory jogged.
ToS... It is cute. So there.
Robby, the above looks like one of the M3a1s imported from Brazil recently:
M3A1 Stuart tanks
Seen a couple of them running since they arrived, very nice. Has this one found it's way to Holland? (Nice Humber/Fox(?) behind).