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BARCELOS COLLECTION, ITUPEVA, SÃO PAULO STATE, BRAZIL



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Location Category ID:
37590
Address: Rua Jundiaí, Itupeva - São Paulo, 13295-000
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Other Links: Bragança Paulista
Sala De Guerra
Gomes Blog
Latitude, Longitude: -23.15459042 , -47.05432265
Location Accuracy: 7
Tanks Previously Here: 1: M3 Stuart Light Tank - Länzlinger Collection, Rüthi, St. Gallen, Switzerland (From 1990 until 2001)
2: M3 Stuart Light Tank - RR Motor Services, Ashford, Kent, South East England, Britain (From 1990 until 2001)
3: M3 Stuart Light Tank - RR Motor Services, Ashford, Kent, South East England, Britain (From 1990 until 2001)
4: M3 Stuart Light Tank - RR Motor Services, Ashford, Kent, South East England, Britain (From 1990 until 2001)
5: M3 Stuart Light Tank - RR Motor Services, Ashford, Kent, South East England, Britain (From 1990 until 2001)
6: M3 Stuart Light Tank - Staman International Trading, Nijverdal, Hellendoorn, Overijssel, The Netherlands (From 1990 until 2001)
7: M3 Stuart Light Tank - Staman International Trading, Nijverdal, Hellendoorn, Overijssel, The Netherlands (From 1990 until 2001)
8: M3 Stuart Light Tank - Marcus Glenn, Little Sutton, Lincolnshire, East Midlands, Britain (From 1990 until 2001)
9: M3A1 Stuart Light Tank - Marcus Glenn, Little Sutton, Lincolnshire, East Midlands, Britain (From 1990 until 2001)
10: M3A1 Stuart Light Tank - Staman International Trading, Nijverdal, Hellendoorn, Overijssel, The Netherlands (From 1990 until 2001)
11: M3A1 Stuart Light Tank - Staman International Trading, Nijverdal, Hellendoorn, Overijssel, The Netherlands (From 1990 until 2001)
12: M3A1 Stuart Light Tank - Versolato Collection, Moema, São Paulo, São Paulo State, Brazil (From 1990 until 2001)
13: M3A1 Stuart Light Tank - Dimas de Melo Pimenta (DIMEP), Vila Leopoldina, São Paulo, São Paulo State, Brazil (From 1990 until 2001)
14: M3A1 Stuart Light Tank - RR Motor Services, Ashford, Kent, South East England, Britain (From 1990 until 2001)
15: M3A1 Stuart Light Tank - RR Motor Services, Ashford, Kent, South East England, Britain (From 1990 until 2001)
16: M3A1 Stuart Light Tank - RR Motor Services, Ashford, Kent, South East England, Britain (From 1990 until 2001)
17: M3A1 Stuart Light Tank - RR Motor Services, Ashford, Kent, South East England, Britain (From 1990 until 2001)
18: M3A1 Stuart Light Tank - RR Motor Services, Ashford, Kent, South East England, Britain (From 1990 until 2001)
19: M3A1 Stuart Light Tank - The Tank Museum - Reserve Collection, Bovington, Dorset, South West England, Britain (From 1990 until 2001)
20: M3A1 Stuart Light Tank - RR Motor Services, Ashford, Kent, South East England, Britain (From 1990 until 2001)
21: M3A1 Stuart Light Tank - RR Motor Services, Ashford, Kent, South East England, Britain (From 1990 until 2001)
22: M3A1 Stuart Light Tank - Tanks in Town, Mesvin, Mons, Hainaut Province, Belgium (From 1990 until 2001)
23: M4 Sherman Tank - Versolato Collection, Moema, São Paulo, São Paulo State, Brazil (From 1990 until 2001)


This collection of armoured vehicles was owned by a businessman based at Jundiaí in Itupeva (source: Sala De Guerra). His name was Francisco Barcelos and he had bought forty-four vehicles from the Brazilian Army through an auction in 1990. They were stored in a warehouse and on open ground in Itupeva for some years, in an area that is now a construction site. Some were restored and sold to collectors and museums. The rest were transferred to Bragança Paulista in 2001. (Source: P. Bidoli).