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UNIQUE ID 1887: M36 GUN MOTOR CARRIAGE

Veterans Memorial Museum, Huntsville, USA

(Location: External Storage Area)


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Unique ID: 1887
Added to Database: 27 November 2011
Last Edited: 29 November 2011
Type (ID): M36 (1545)
Model (ID): M36 (1546)
Location Category (ID): Veterans Memorial Museum (50200)
Location (ID): External Storage Area (50210)
Serial Number: 394: “Serial No. 394” stamped on front hull (source: N. Baumgardner/G104).
Registration: 40177722: “40177722” stamped into right front side (source: J. DeMarco/G104).
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Links: G104 Forum
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Location History:
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1: Pressed Steel Car Company, Hegewisch, Chicago, Illinois, USA (Ford - Primary manufacturer of base M10A1)
2: Massey-Harris Company, Racine, Racine County, Wisconsin, USA (Converted from M10A1 July 1944)
3: Yugoslav Army Service, Serbia (Dates unknown)
4: Veterans Memorial Museum, Huntsville, Madison County, Alabama, USA (Current location)


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Text in original Preserved Tanks In USA publication:

This M36 was recovered from the former Yugoslavia (source: N. Baumgardner/G104). From the serial number this would have been the 94th M36 conversion done by Massey Harris, accepted July 1944. The lower the serial number the better the chance that it served with the US Army during WWII; it may still have US Army tactical markings under the paint layers. (Source: J. DeMarco/G104).


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March 2008

Front view
1: Front view

Taken: 13 March 2008
Contributor: N. Baumgardner
Photo ID: 6080
Added: 27 November 2011
Filename: 100-5054...
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