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UNIQUE ID 1813: M3 STUART LIGHT TANK

(Model: M3)

RR Motor Services, Ashford, Britain

(Location: Storage)


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Unique ID: 1813
Added to Database: 23 August 2011
Last Edited: 12 October 2011
Type (ID): M3 Stuart (1030)
Model (ID): M3 (1032)
Location Category (ID): RR Motor Services (3195)
Location (ID): Storage (3195)
Serial Number:
Registration: EB11165 (Brazilian): “EB11165” painted on nose.
Name:
Other Identification: “5” painted on glacis.
Collection Reference:
Links: Maple Leaf
References:
Associated Tanks:

Location History:
(see map)

1: American Car and Foundry Company, Berwick, Columbia County, Pennsylvania, USA (Sole manufacturer March 1941-August 1942)
2: Barcelos Collection, Itupeva, São Paulo State, Brazil (From 1990 until 2001)
3: Barcelos Collection, Bragança Paulista, São Paulo State, Brazil (Until October 2008)
4: Antwerp Docks, Belgium (Staging point October 2008)
5: Tilbury Docks – London, England (Staging point October 2008)
6: RR Motor Services, Ashford, Kent, South East England, Britain (Current location)


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This M3 was one of the batch of Stuarts imported from Brazil by RR Motor Services in October 2008. It was one of two advertised on MilWeb.net in about March 2009 as running and having an original 9 cylinder Guiberson diesel radial engine. It is missing most of the rubber off its tracks. It is believed to have been sold but its current status and location are unknown.


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March 2009

Front view, photo by RR Motor Services
1: Front view, photo by RR Motor Services

Taken: March 2009
Contributor: MilWeb.net
Photo ID: 5496
Added: 23 August 2011
Filename: stuart1_...
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