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MrVic
Name That Tank Quiz
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22.01.2011 11:20:35
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381321

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 10:09, said: T4 medium tank
built in 1935-36 by Rock Island Arsenal didn't know how many was made tho


MrVic:
Very Impressive, Built in 1936 16 built  27,000 lbs loaded  35mpg max speed 1/4" to 5/8" max armor  

Okay last one for sure tonight :)  Your blowing through them to fast ;)   This one I hope stalls ya some.
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22.01.2011 11:20:35
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
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View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 10:09, said: T4 medium tank
built in 1935-36 by Rock Island Arsenal didn't know how many was made tho


MrVic:
Very Impressive, Built in 1936 16 built  27,000 lbs loaded  35mpg max speed 1/4" to 5/8" max armor  

Okay last one for sure tonight :)  Your blowing through them to fast ;)   This one I hope stalls ya some.
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22.01.2011 10:58:32
 
Subject: Off-Topic Discussion\Tanks Throughout History\Historical Armored Vehicles\Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381315

View PostDa7K, on 22 January 2011 - 10:41 AM, said: easy
German 3,7cm PaK auf gep. Artilleri Schlepper 630® (STZ Komsomolets

MrVic: Yep seeing the description probably have the same book that its shown in :)
Okay one last one for tonight, this could either end up super easy or a bit difficult
For a added twist what year made and how many were made. :Smile_honoring:
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22.01.2011 10:58:32
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381315

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 09:41, said: easy
German 3,7cm PaK auf gep. Artilleri Schlepper 630® (STZ Komsomolets


MrVic:
Yep seeing the description probably have the same book that its shown in :)

Okay one last one for tonight, this could either end up super easy or a bit difficult  

For a added twist what year made and how many were made.  :Smile_honoring:


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22.01.2011 10:58:32
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381315

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 09:41, said: easy
German 3,7cm PaK auf gep. Artilleri Schlepper 630® (STZ Komsomolets


MrVic:
Yep seeing the description probably have the same book that its shown in :)

Okay one last one for tonight, this could either end up super easy or a bit difficult  

For a added twist what year made and how many were made.  :Smile_honoring:


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22.01.2011 10:45:43
 
Subject: Off-Topic Discussion\Tanks Throughout History\Historical Armored Vehicles\Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381307

MrVic: I'll tell ya what threw me off the most is I forgot the original prototype 3002 DB used track return wheels where the revised design did away with them. Seeing those threw me waaay off lol The track design was changed 3 times I think. Really would be kinda neat of WoT had the base design ones then upgraded to the final design after upgrading tracks :)


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22.01.2011 10:45:43
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381307

MrVic: I'll tell ya what threw me off the most is I forgot the original prototype 3002 DB used track return wheels where the revised design did away with them.  Seeing those threw me waaay off lol  The track design was changed 3 times I think.  Really would be kinda neat of WoT had the base design ones then upgraded to the final design after upgrading tracks :)


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22.01.2011 10:45:43
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381307

MrVic: I'll tell ya what threw me off the most is I forgot the original prototype 3002 DB used track return wheels where the revised design did away with them.  Seeing those threw me waaay off lol  The track design was changed 3 times I think.  Really would be kinda neat of WoT had the base design ones then upgraded to the final design after upgrading tracks :)


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22.01.2011 10:34:47
 
Subject: Off-Topic Discussion\Tanks Throughout History\Historical Armored Vehicles\Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381296

MrVic: Okay time to fight dirty ;)
Gotta grab some sleep so will leave you with a messy one hehe
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22.01.2011 10:34:47
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381296

MrVic: Okay time to fight dirty ;)

Gotta grab some sleep so will leave you with a messy one hehe


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22.01.2011 10:34:47
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381296

MrVic: Okay time to fight dirty ;)

Gotta grab some sleep so will leave you with a messy one hehe


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22.01.2011 10:33:29
 
Subject: Off-Topic Discussion\Tanks Throughout History\Historical Armored Vehicles\Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381295

View PostDa7K, on 22 January 2011 - 10:19 AM, said: remember this?
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MrVic: Yeah DB style, oh wait that front corner is a bent up fender! lmao though it was a temp side cut out :P Yeah should be a DB
Fender I kept seeing as a cut away on front hull unfinished and temporarily covered with corrugated. Epic fail lol
Edit
HA! hehe had the image and forgot :P better image here :)
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22.01.2011 10:33:29
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381295

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 09:19, said: remember this?
Posted Image


MrVic:
Yeah DB style, oh wait that front corner is a bent up fender! lmao though it was a temp side cut out :P   Yeah should be a DB
Fender I kept seeing as a cut away on front hull unfinished and temporarily covered with corrugated. Epic fail lol

Edit

HA!  hehe had the image and forgot :P  better image here :)

Posted Image


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22.01.2011 10:33:29
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381295

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 09:19, said: remember this?
Posted Image


MrVic:
Yeah DB style, oh wait that front corner is a bent up fender! lmao though it was a temp side cut out :P   Yeah should be a DB
Fender I kept seeing as a cut away on front hull unfinished and temporarily covered with corrugated. Epic fail lol

Edit

HA!  hehe had the image and forgot :P  better image here :)

Posted Image


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22.01.2011 10:12:24
 
Subject: Off-Topic Discussion\Tanks Throughout History\Historical Armored Vehicles\Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381290

View PostDa7K, on 22 January 2011 - 10:05 AM, said: it's real
clue: it's German (prototype)

MrVic: Hmm really? driver port is very non german, weird. Ahh yeah kick outs are german design in the hull. Almost looks like ones of the Leopard variants, close to the design for the TD version, but think it only made it to wooden mock up, and possible gun port would be offset to far. hmm 2 section hull assmebly? width seems rather wise for that light of a tank almost. Main drive assembly should of given it away as German doh. Also its drive has a rather light weight mounting Hmmm


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22.01.2011 10:12:24
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381290

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 09:05, said: it's real

clue: it's German (prototype)


MrVic:
Hmm really? driver port is very non german, weird.  Ahh yeah kick outs are german design in the hull.   Almost looks like ones of the Leopard variants, close to the design for the TD version, but think it only made it to wooden mock up, and possible gun port would be offset to far.  hmm 2 section hull assmebly? width seems rather wise for that light of a tank almost.  Main drive assembly should of given it away as German doh.  Also its drive has a rather light weight mounting Hmmm


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22.01.2011 10:12:24
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381290

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 09:05, said: it's real

clue: it's German (prototype)


MrVic:
Hmm really? driver port is very non german, weird.  Ahh yeah kick outs are german design in the hull.   Almost looks like ones of the Leopard variants, close to the design for the TD version, but think it only made it to wooden mock up, and possible gun port would be offset to far.  hmm 2 section hull assmebly? width seems rather wise for that light of a tank almost.  Main drive assembly should of given it away as German doh.  Also its drive has a rather light weight mounting Hmmm


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22.01.2011 10:01:28
 
Subject: Off-Topic Discussion\Tanks Throughout History\Historical Armored Vehicles\Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381282

View PostDa7K, on 22 January 2011 - 09:48 AM, said: Posted Image

MrVic: not familiar with that, almost looks like its faked. What might that be?
has a few armor design features to be german tho not sure on the makeup, hmm actually Russian design feature now that I look closer at it.


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22.01.2011 10:01:28
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381282

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 08:48, said: Posted Image


MrVic:
not familiar with that, almost looks like its faked. What might that be?
has a few armor design features to be german tho not sure on the makeup, hmm actually Russian design feature now that I look closer at it.


MrVic
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22.01.2011 10:01:28
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381282

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 08:48, said: Posted Image


MrVic:
not familiar with that, almost looks like its faked. What might that be?
has a few armor design features to be german tho not sure on the makeup, hmm actually Russian design feature now that I look closer at it.


MrVic
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22.01.2011 09:47:25
 
Subject: Off-Topic Discussion\Tanks Throughout History\Historical Armored Vehicles\Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381269

View PostDa7K, on 22 January 2011 - 09:41 AM, said: Grizzly tank (M4A5)

MrVic: hehe yep :) easy one


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22.01.2011 09:47:25
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381269

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 08:41, said: Grizzly tank (M4A5)


MrVic:
hehe yep :) easy one


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22.01.2011 09:47:25
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381269

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 08:41, said: Grizzly tank (M4A5)


MrVic:
hehe yep :) easy one


MrVic
WoT Newsletter Volume #9
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22.01.2011 09:46:37
 
Subject: News from the Front\World of Tanks Newsletter\WoT Newsletter Volume #9
Link on message: #381267

View PostVIPER262, on 22 January 2011 - 09:16 AM, said: Any chance of getting big pictures of the American and USSR Artillery? or were they the size pictures you were given?

MrVic: Tada! Much better now :) Sorry about that


MrVic
WoT Newsletter Volume #9
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22.01.2011 09:46:37
 
Subject: WoT Newsletter Volume #9
Link on message: #381267

View PostVIPER262, on Jan 22 2011 - 08:16, said: Any chance of getting big pictures of the American and USSR Artillery? or were they the size pictures you were given?


MrVic:
Tada!  Much better now :) Sorry about that


MrVic
WoT Newsletter Volume #9
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22.01.2011 09:46:37
 
Subject: WoT Newsletter Volume #9
Link on message: #381267

View PostVIPER262, on Jan 22 2011 - 08:16, said: Any chance of getting big pictures of the American and USSR Artillery? or were they the size pictures you were given?


MrVic:
Tada!  Much better now :) Sorry about that


MrVic
Name That Tank Quiz
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22.01.2011 09:30:04
 
Subject: Off-Topic Discussion\Tanks Throughout History\Historical Armored Vehicles\Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381247

View PostDa7K, on 22 January 2011 - 09:28 AM, said: Correct
This heavily messed around M32B1 is a memorial in a park in Mumbai (Bombay as was). Stripped of all its external fittings barring the draw bar on the differential housing.

MrVic: Yeah looks amazingly like one of the towed decoys stripped down
Posted Image
Whats the US designation for this tank? (gotta make it a tiny bit harder hehe)


MrVic
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22.01.2011 09:30:04
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381247

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 08:28, said: Correct
This heavily messed around M32B1 is a memorial in a park in Mumbai (Bombay as was). Stripped of all its external fittings barring the draw bar on the differential housing.


MrVic: Yeah looks amazingly like one of the towed decoys stripped down



Posted Image

Whats the US designation for this tank? (gotta make it a tiny bit harder hehe)


MrVic
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22.01.2011 09:30:04
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381247

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 08:28, said: Correct
This heavily messed around M32B1 is a memorial in a park in Mumbai (Bombay as was). Stripped of all its external fittings barring the draw bar on the differential housing.


MrVic: Yeah looks amazingly like one of the towed decoys stripped down



Posted Image

Whats the US designation for this tank? (gotta make it a tiny bit harder hehe)


MrVic
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22.01.2011 09:26:00
 
Subject: Off-Topic Discussion\Tanks Throughout History\Historical Armored Vehicles\Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381240

View PostDa7K, on 22 January 2011 - 09:22 AM, said: clue :The gun is fake and it was a recovery vehicle

MrVic: Tank Recovery Vehicle M32? would be a variant off that no HVSS suspension and lacking the 81mm mortar it looks. Probably grouped as just a M32


MrVic
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22.01.2011 09:26:00
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381240

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 08:22, said: clue :The gun is fake and it was a recovery vehicle


MrVic:
Tank Recovery Vehicle M32?  would be a variant off that no HVSS suspension and lacking the 81mm mortar it looks.  Probably grouped as just a M32


MrVic
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22.01.2011 09:26:00
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381240

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 08:22, said: clue :The gun is fake and it was a recovery vehicle


MrVic:
Tank Recovery Vehicle M32?  would be a variant off that no HVSS suspension and lacking the 81mm mortar it looks.  Probably grouped as just a M32


MrVic
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22.01.2011 09:14:39
 
Subject: Off-Topic Discussion\Tanks Throughout History\Historical Armored Vehicles\Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381229

View PostDa7K, on 22 January 2011 - 09:03 AM, said: Type 89 I-Go from japan?
edit : is it Type 89 Chi-ro? wikipedia said it was I-Go
new:
I D this -yes it's a Sherman but what type.
Posted Image

MrVic: Yeah should be the Type89 Chi-ro
Sherman reminds me of the Towed Decoys they built, front tow point was to attach to another vehicle and create decoy convoys.
Seen the tank before can't remember if it was one of those variants
Edit Sorry had the wrong variant its the Type 89B Chi-Ro which was also the same as the Type 94.


MrVic
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22.01.2011 09:14:39
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381229

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 08:03, said: Type 89 I-Go from japan?
edit : is it Type 89 Chi-ro? wikipedia said it was I-Go
new:
I D this -yes it's a Sherman but what type.
Posted Image


MrVic:
Yeah should be the Type89 Chi-ro

Sherman reminds me of the Towed Decoys they built, front tow point was to attach to another vehicle and create decoy convoys.

Seen the tank before can't remember if it was one of those variants

Edit  Sorry had the wrong variant  its the Type 89B Chi-Ro which was also the same as the Type 94.


MrVic
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22.01.2011 09:14:39
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381229

View PostDa7K, on Jan 22 2011 - 08:03, said: Type 89 I-Go from japan?
edit : is it Type 89 Chi-ro? wikipedia said it was I-Go
new:
I D this -yes it's a Sherman but what type.
Posted Image


MrVic:
Yeah should be the Type89 Chi-ro

Sherman reminds me of the Towed Decoys they built, front tow point was to attach to another vehicle and create decoy convoys.

Seen the tank before can't remember if it was one of those variants

Edit  Sorry had the wrong variant  its the Type 89B Chi-Ro which was also the same as the Type 94.


MrVic
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22.01.2011 09:05:53
 
Subject: Off-Topic Discussion\Tanks Throughout History\Historical Armored Vehicles\Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381224

View Postelmusafir, on 22 January 2011 - 08:48 AM, said: Wild guess:
Sonderausführung de Panzerkampfwagen IV mit hydrostatischen Antrieb.
My turn.
Posted Image
Posted Image
Same type, different model. I've always loved the mirrored driver's station and glacis machine-gun mount.

MrVic: Type89A-Chi-Ro
Bottom photo looks like one from when Japanese tanks were rolling towards Manila :)
Edit hmm no not the Chi-Ro wrong turret shape sec checking my photo logs :)
Edit #2 Sorry had the wrong variant :) its the Type 89B Chi-Ro which was also the same as the Type 94.


MrVic
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22.01.2011 09:05:53
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381224

View Postelmusafir, on Jan 22 2011 - 07:48, said: Wild guess:

Sonderausführung de Panzerkampfwagen IV mit hydrostatischen Antrieb.


My turn.

Posted Image

Posted Image

Same type, different model. I've always loved the mirrored driver's station and glacis machine-gun mount.


MrVic:
Type89A-Chi-Ro

Bottom photo looks like one from when Japanese tanks were rolling towards Manila :)

Edit hmm no not the Chi-Ro wrong turret shape sec checking my photo logs :)
Edit #2  Sorry had the wrong variant :)  its the Type 89B Chi-Ro which was also the same as the Type 94.


MrVic
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22.01.2011 09:05:53
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381224

View Postelmusafir, on Jan 22 2011 - 07:48, said: Wild guess:

Sonderausführung de Panzerkampfwagen IV mit hydrostatischen Antrieb.


My turn.

Posted Image

Posted Image

Same type, different model. I've always loved the mirrored driver's station and glacis machine-gun mount.


MrVic:
Type89A-Chi-Ro

Bottom photo looks like one from when Japanese tanks were rolling towards Manila :)

Edit hmm no not the Chi-Ro wrong turret shape sec checking my photo logs :)
Edit #2  Sorry had the wrong variant :)  its the Type 89B Chi-Ro which was also the same as the Type 94.


MrVic
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22.01.2011 09:00:12
 
Subject: Off-Topic Discussion\Tanks Throughout History\Historical Armored Vehicles\Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381220

MrVic: You guy got it. Hydrostaic Panzer IV It was a design test mostly, Turret and drive powered by hydraulic.


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22.01.2011 09:00:12
 
Subject: Name That Tank Quiz
Link on message: #381220

MrVic: You guy got it.  Hydrostaic Panzer IV   It was a design test mostly, Turret and drive powered by hydraulic.


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