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  • ...that photo. Perhaps there are some other pix from the same time period that would clearly show the Registration Number? Joe From: contact@^$4 Sent: Monday, September 30, 2013 4:22 PM To: G104@^$5 Subject: RE: Re: [G104] looking for a serial number [2 Attachments] Hello...
    shermans in holland Oct 1, 2013
  • ...40152515 that would be SN 4052 isn' it? Yes. Joe -------------------------------------------------- From: "metalscalemodels" < contact@^$2.. > Sent: Friday, October 07, 2011 10:21 AM To: < G104@^$3 > Subject: [G104] looking for a serial number > I have been this...
    contact@... Sep 30, 2013
  • Hello all, I found some information about the Sherman in Beffe. See also my site about this tank. http://www.shermantank.nl/M4A3(76)W.htm This Sherman is an early Chrysler (Spring 1944) production vehicle. It belonged to the "C" company of 771st tank battalion. In January 1945 C/771st was attachst to 334th infantry regiment of the 84th division. After some research I came to the...
    metalscalemodels Oct 16, 2012
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  • Hello Joe, The story goes that this Sherman ran on a mine. Afterwards it was puched of the road. I've seen no evidence of any battledamage. I'm almost sure that there is no number at the side of the glacis. I've got no pictures of the bogies. I didn't know that was a point of interest.. What evidence of the metal rods on the side of the turret do you see? thanks for your reply...
    metalscalemodels Oct 9, 2011
  • I have been this summer In Beffe Belgium, after spending a hollyday in France, I visit the Shermantank over there. I went there looking for serial numbers. I found nothing on the known places, towlugs etc. I did find a number of what i believe could be a sn number. It is stamped only on the right backside. Unfortunately it is not very clear. I hope someone can make something of it...
    metalscalemodels Oct 7, 2011
  • --- In G104@^$1, "Johan" wrote: Dave, me again, Sorry, I didn´t read your post right. On the left side are seven rows of 5 rounds each. I don´t know the angle axactly. It is about 45° > > Hi Dave, > > on the right side is also a stowage. see: > http://shermantank.nl/M4A3ammostowage.htm > There is place for 30 rounds. > > Johan > > > --- In G104@^$2, "David Christensen" wrote...
    Johan Feb 6, 2007
  • Hi Dave, on the right side is also a stowage. see: http://shermantank.nl/M4A3ammostowage.htm There is place for 30 rounds. Johan --- In G104@^$1, "David Christensen" wrote: > > Hunnicutt says there are 71 76mm shells in stored in an M4A3E8. From > the photos I have, it looks like there are 30 stored horizontally > behind the co-driver and 6 above the floor in the ready rack. That...
    Johan Feb 6, 2007
  • Is there anyone who has a clear picture of the red part in the drawing at this page? www.shermantank.nl/temp.htm I also like to know how the front of the ford GAA engine is covered. I need this info for my scratch-build model. I googled the web but found nothing. Hope you can help me out. Johan Meijer www.shermantank.nl
    Johan Jan 2, 2007