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Private Collection, ʹt Harde, The Netherlands

(Location: ʹt Harde Private Collection)

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Unique ID: 2345
Added to Database: 1 July 2012
Last Edited: 1 July 2012
Type (ID): M36 (1545)
Model (ID): M36B2 (1548)
Location Category (ID): Private Collection (11295)
Location (ID): ʹt Harde Private Collection (11295)
Serial Number:
Registration: “CT 43417” painted on hull sides.
Other Identification: Unit markings painted on glacis. White stars painted on hull sides.
Collection Reference:
Landmachtdagen 2006
Associated Tanks:

Location History:
(see map)

1: General Motors - Fisher Body Division, Grand Blanc, Genesee County, Michigan, USA (Sole manufacturer of base M10 and all turrets)
2: American Locomotive Company, Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York, USA (Primary converter from M10 April-May 1945)
3: Marshall Museum / Army Cars, Zwijndrecht, Zwijndrecht Municipality, Zuid-Holland, The Netherlands (Until ca2011)
4: Johannes Post Kazerne, Havelte, Darp, Drenthe, The Netherlands (Landmachtdagen 2006)
5: Marshall Museum / Army Cars, Zwijndrecht, Zwijndrecht Municipality, Zuid-Holland, The Netherlands (Until ca2011)
6: Private Collection, ʹt Harde, Elberg, Gelderland, The Netherlands (Current location)

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This tank was formerly used by the Yugoslavian Army, and was equipped with a T-55 engine (source: Surviving M36 GMC Register). Like the other tracked vehicles in the collection it was purchased from Army Cars at Zwijndrecht (source: Netherlands HAR). It is in running order and took part in the Landmachtdagen 2006 at Johannes Post Kazerne.

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