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M4 (105) Sherman Tank



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M4 (105)

A 105mm Sherman hull can be identified by brackets for aiming posts and ramming staffs on the left rear sponson. A 105mm turret can be identified by an extra turret ventilator at the rear (between the cupola and antenna mount) due to the increased fumes from HE firing.

Model Id:
1340
Manufacture:Detroit Tank Arsenal / TACOM, Warren, Macomb County, Michigan, USA (Sole manufacturer)


1) Museo Memoriale della Libertà, Bologna, Italy

Number of Photos:
5
Sample Photo from Album Number 1065

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Unique ID: 1065
Serial Number: (Not visible externally)
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: Painted overall in a sand and green camouflage scheme. Allied stars painted on nose and turret sides. “5A756∆” and “C12” painted on nose and rear plate. “12” painted on turret sides. Fitted with rubber chevron track.

(Refitted with a 75mm gun)

2) Armourgeddon, Husbands Bosworth, Britain

Number of Photos:
56
Sample Photo from Album Number 1841

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Unique ID: 1841
Serial Number: 57556: “57556” stamped into rear towing lugs.
13284 (mantlet): “13284” stamped into mantlet.
B7238064 (gun barrel): “B7238064” stamped into top of gun barrel near mantlet.
4288 (gun mounting): “4288” cast into gun mounting.
Registration: 30104238: “USA 30104238” barely visible painted on side when originally recovered.
Name: “LUCKY SEVEN” and dice marking previously painted on left hull side.
Other Identification: “E6257 [C] S” cast into mantlet. White stars previously painted on transmission cover and hull and turret sides.

3) Cavaleriemuseum, Bernhardkazerne, The Netherlands

Number of Photos:
19
Sample Photo from Album Number 2325

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Unique ID: 2325
Serial Number:
Registration: 30126810: “30126810” (previously “30103706”) painted on hull sides and rear.
Name:
Other Identification: “E6057” or similar and “4465” cast into mantlet. “701” in blue triangle and Dutch national lion emblem painted on transmission cover and hull rear. Fitted with steel cleat track.

4) Gilis Collection, Turnhout, Belgium

Number of Photos:
0
Sample Photo from Album Number 1864

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Unique ID: 1864
Serial Number: 57559 (source: M. van Loon/BHAFVR).
Registration: 3083791: “USA 3083791” painted on rear hull sides.
Name: “Joe dope” painted on centre hull sides.
Other Identification: “7Δ-31Δ” and “B-10” painted on hull rear. White stars painted on turret sides, forward hull sides and hull rear.

5) Langenberg Liberation Memorial, Ede, The Netherlands

Number of Photos:
39
Sample Photo from Album Number 2351

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Unique ID: 2351
Serial Number: 1302-47 (Mantlet): “E6257 [□] S” cast and “1302-47” stamped into right of mantlet.
Registration: T212125 (Canadian): “T212125” painted on hull sides.
Name: “COUGAR” painted on hull sides.
Other Identification: “4794” cast into left of mantlet. “D7067B [T]LOH OHK” cast into left turret ring armour. “(W)” cast into turret rear. “13” in green edged black circle painted on turret sides. Canadian emblem painted on left of glacis and left hull rear. Unit insignia painted on right of glacis and right hull rear.