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UNIQUE ID 495: T-64A TANK

Kubinka NIIBT Research Collection - Soviet Vehicles, Kubinka, Russia

(Location: Hall 2: Soviet Medium Tanks)


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Unique ID: 495
Added to Database: September 2008
Last Edited: September 2008
Type (ID): T-64 (2660)
Model (ID): T-64A (2667)
Location Category (ID): Kubinka NIIBT Research Collection - Soviet Vehicles (2100)
Location (ID): Hall 2: Soviet Medium Tanks (2115)
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Other Identification: Collection number 224 painted on left turret side.
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Location History:
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1: Factory 75 Kharkov Locomotive Factory, Kharkov, Kharkiv Oblast, Ukraine (Manufacturer)
2: Kubinka NIIBT Research Collection - Soviet Vehicles, Kubinka, Moscow Oblast, Russia (Current location)


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Text in original Preserved Tanks In Russia publication:

The vehicle designed to replace the T-62 was the T-64, the standard production vehicle being designated the T-64A. It incorporated a new suspension arrangement with return rollers and six small roadwheels per side. At the time of its introduction it was known that Chobham armour was to be incorporated into Western tanks. The T 64 was therefore armed with an enlarged version of the U-5T gun, which had a calibre of 125mm. It was in production from 1967 to 1969. This is a 1967 production model.

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Front left view (taken in freezing conditions)
1: Front left view (taken in freezing conditions)

Taken: Date Unknown
Contributor: T. Larkum
Photo ID: 751
Added: 27 November 2008
Filename: Scan_T64...
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