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RUDNICKI COLLECTION, ŚRÓDMIEŚCIE, WARSAW, MAZOWIECKIE, POLAND



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Location Category ID:
16025
Address: Viking: ul. Radna 6, 01-341 Warszawa
Telephone: Viking: (22) 829-84-80
Email: viking [at] viking.waw.pl (Replace [at] with @)
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Official Website: Viking
Other Links: Money.pl
Latitude, Longitude: 52.24117402 , 21.0244444
Location Accuracy: 7
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Viking was founded in 1998; it is a company that sells metal detectors, for industrial and personal use. The founder and owner is Adam Rudnicki, a private collector of Polish military vehicles. (Source: Money.pl). It is presumed that the collection is held in private storage, though the vehicles regularly attend many military events each year; the location information given is for Viking.

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Location ID:
16027
Latitude, Longitude:0, 0
Location Accuracy:0



1) TK-3 Tankette Polish


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Unique ID: 2281
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Other Identification: Painted overall in a brown, green and sand camouflage scheme (previously overall green).

This TK-3 was brought into Poland with the help of the Kęszycki brothers, owners of the Muzeum Zabytków Techniki Wojskowej and Panzer Farm (source: Old Timer). It came from France and was stored at the Muzeum Wojska Polskiego for some time (source: DWS). It has also spent some time at Panzer Farm (source: Old Timer). It is in running order.


2) C2P Gun Tractor Polish


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Unique ID: 2282
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This C2P was brought into Poland with the help of the Kęszycki brothers, owners of the Muzeum Zabytków Techniki Wojskowej and Panzer Farm (source: Old Timer). It came to light at Grafenwohr in Germany in 2004 during construction work in the camp, though it was originally reported as a TK-3 (source: Oberpfalz).


3) C2P Gun Tractor Polish


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Unique ID: 2283
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Other Identification: “WH” painted on engine cover. “102” painted on front left mud flap. Unit markings painted on nose. Painted overall Panzer grey.

This C2P was originally acquired from France for the Victory Memorial Museum at Arlon in Belgium before moving with the collection to new Victory Museum at Auburn in the USA in October 2001-January 2002. It was brought back to Poland in 2010. (Source: Wikipedia.pl).
This C2P was at Panzer Farm in May 2010.