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Military Museum of Southern New England, Danbury, USA

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Unique ID: 2385
Added to Database: 26 August 2012
Last Edited: 27 August 2012
Type (ID): M39 (1925)
Model (ID): M39 (1925)
Location Category (ID): Military Museum of Southern New England (56000)
Location (ID): Status Unknown (56006)
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Links: US Military Museum 2007 Newsletter
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Location History:
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1: General Motors - Fisher Body Division, Grand Blanc, Genesee County, Michigan, USA (Probable sole manufacturer)
2: Military Museum of Southern New England, Danbury, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA (Current location)

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The museum sold one of its two M39s in about 2007 to help pay for the M36 acquisition. The museum’s other M39 had not long before been restored to running condition, so this non-running M39 was sold to an English collector. The new owner plans to use the vehicle’s parts to bring a M18 Hellcat based in Britain back to life. (Source: US Military Museum 2007 Newsletter).

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