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Thread: Uncovered American Tank

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    Default Uncovered American Tank

    So, this was found buried under a street in Chartres, 90 kilometres southwest of Paris. The tank may be rusted as hell and the turret is missing, but, I was wondering if this was an M3 or an M5. I know that they both look alike, but if anybody has any idea, I would appreciate it if it was posted.

    If anyone has any other tank, plane, etc. pictures found it weird places( such as under a road) post them here...

    (I don't know if this is the right place to post this, but you can move this elsewhere if needed)
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    Default Re: Uncovered American Tank

    Any pics to post?

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    Default Re: Uncovered American Tank

    The pic was there, let me try and fix it...

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    Default Re: Uncovered American Tank

    Quote Originally Posted by Churchill View Post
    The pic was there, let me try and fix it...
    It looks like you linked to an attachment.

    See if you can download it to your harddrive and upload to the site directly using "manage attachments."

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    Uh... What? Could you explane that to me in layman's terms?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Churchill View Post
    Uh... What? Could you explane that to me in layman's terms?
    The link to you pic will need to end in ".jpg/.gif/" etc. When you get those long links to pics with no photo format, it's not going to work.

    See if you can download the pic to your computer harddrive from the email, and then post it directly to the site from there...

    Or better yet, just email it to me at nickdfresh@hotmail.com

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    Sure, I can do that. Here you go.

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    Default Re: Uncovered American Tank

    It looks like a welded hull It's either,an M5,or possibly an M3A3

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    It looks like like an m5 hull to me. I counted the gears in the treads and it matched the number I found in a picture of another m5 stuart.


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    M3 Lee photo

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    M5 stuart

    compare...
    looks like M5 to me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Major Walter Schmidt View Post
    M5 stuart

    compare...
    looks like M5 to me...
    Sorry

    I should have said it may have been an M3A3 Stuart light tank That was a welded hull as well as the M5 series

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    I would say its a M5 Series Light tank.

    On the M3A3 the rear engine decking is level with the rest of the hull. While on the M5 the rear engine decking is slightly raised.

    Even with the heavy rusting and mud you can still make out the raised engine decking on the tank in the photo

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    M5 i think

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    here's the story. it claims it was an M5

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