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Location Category ID: 6105
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Latitude, Longitude: 49.41538467 , -1.17532253
Location Accuracy: 5
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The later models of Sherman tank were significantly heavier than previous ones and their cross-country performance started to suffer. The original Sherman design used vertical-volute spring suspension (VVSS) little improved over that used in the earlier M3 tank. A new design of suspension was therefore soon introduced. This was known as horizontal-volute spring suspension or ‘HVSS’ and was much improved, both in terms of efficiency and ease of maintenance. HVSS was fitted to late-production M4, M4A1 and M4A3 models.

1) M4A1 (76) HVSS Sherman Tank American

Number of Photos: 2
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Unique ID: 782
Serial Number: “3069” cast into turret sides.
Other Identification:

This M4A1 (76)W HVSS is displayed on Utah Beach near La Madeleine, close to the Invasion Museum. Also displayed nearby are two LVT 2 Amphibious Vehicles and a turret from a French FT-17 Light Tank.