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Can anyone provide a list of the vehicles that the Musee Des Blindes in Saumur has in its reserve collection - especially vehicles up to and including WW2 ?
The museum web site lists the vehicles on show in the main museum (which I have visited and recommend) but doesn't list the reserve collection.
I appreciate that the museum has rows and rows of AMX types stockpiled outside but I would love to know what other types they have inside their workshops especially the ones that are working or nearing completion.
Thanks in advance
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I've tried to pick out just the Axis stuff or stuff used by Axis during the war.
PzKpfw IV Ausf. J
LT -38 / PzKpfw 38(t) ausf.A
Hetzer / ST-1
LT vz.35 / PzKpfw 35(t)
Škoda type 956
Fiat SPA TL 37
Horch 108 with 20mm FLAK 38 (Kfz.81?)
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A brand new military museum is about to be opened really soon. A dozen of Panzers, dug from the Southern border after several decades of rotting in the ground, is almost ready to be exhibited in the Museum of Battle Glory - Yambol.
Here are some photos from the restoration. You can see Panzer IV, Jagdpanzer IV and StuG III G:
http://scalemodels-bg.com/phpbb/viewtop ... start=1185
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We have a good collection of Wehrmacht items, we have listed most vehicles and cannons on the Norwegian part of the website. Please be aware that not everything on the list is complete or in the exhibition.
Renault FT-17 - Manual and parts list
Somua MCG5 - Manual
Panzer III or StuG III - Manual and parts list
8,8 cm Flak 36 - Parts list and electrical diagram
150 cm Scheinwerfer G150K - Manual
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I've upload some picture of Militracks 2012.
If interrested just have a look on.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/50841198@N ... 999289434/
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That's all the axis ones I have for now. More soon, that is, if you guys care
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Ace31 wrote:Steelback wrote:Tank Museum - Bovington, England.
Bovington has a very nice collection of huge German beasts...
It is a great museum to visit if you ever get the chance to come over from lovely Italy
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http://www.ouest-france.fr/dossiers/nor ... ssiers.Htm
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