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Thread: Film of T-28/95

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    Default Film of T-28/95

    This is a short bit of film on the T-28/95 motor gun carriage, though there are many stills of the one remaining vehicle, this is the first MoPic footage I have seen.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAKeIbSMzSw

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    Default Re: Film of T-28/95

    Interesting, but the actual vehicles weren't actually must faster than the static display.

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    Thanx for the clip...looks like a beast.

    I see that it has four tracks...the worlds first 4x4.



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    Default Re: Film of T-28/95

    Coincidence,I was just browsing a page about the WW2 vehicles and saw these pictures of the T-28 at the Patton Museum in Ft Knox, Kentucky.
    t28-01.jpg

    t28-03.jpg

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    Good pics rudeerude...a very impressive looking tank.



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    Default Re: Film of T-28/95

    It's not a tank I tell you...

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    Default Re: Film of T-28/95

    The term "Tank" is a generic catch all used by most folks in describing a tracked, armored, large gun toting vehicle.much as "car" is used for any type of automobile whether a convertible, (59' Caddy Eldorado) or a coupe, sedan, or Saloon.

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    Thank you tankgeezer...



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    Default Re: Film of T-28/95

    More info on the T-28 here. Scroll to the bottom of a VERY long post (#1 - George Eller's)...

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    Default Re: Film of T-28/95

    The barrel trepidation is noticeable, and IS NOT firing, the vehicle must be nose heavy as hell. Kind of atractive monster.

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    Default Re: Film of T-28/95

    Its going over the "washboard" a purposely bumpy stretch of road, probably to see how the power train, and suspension manages the vehicle's weight,( and maybe the crew's ability to keep from spilling the whisky ration )

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    Default Re: Film of T-28/95

    I do like this one...gives another idea of the actual size.
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    I will say this, if you have total air control and excellent artillery support, then such a tank, even going slow, would roll over whatever was in the way no matter how dug in.

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    Default Re: Film of T-28/95

    Quote Originally Posted by flamethrowerguy View Post
    I do like this one...gives another idea of the actual size.
    Looks like he's taking the dog for a walk. (Actually, the T-28 is drafting the Stuart, that way he can make a cool 14mph downhill.)
    Last edited by tankgeezer; 11-02-2009 at 02:18 PM.

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    very interesting clip.
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