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Veterans Memorial Museum, Huntsville, USA

(Location: Museum Storage)

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Unique ID: 1436
Added to Database: 12 December 2010
Last Edited: 27 November 2011
Type (ID): M4 Sherman (1302)
Model (ID): M4 (1302)
Location Category (ID): Veterans Memorial Museum (50200)
Location (ID): Museum Storage (50205)
Serial Number: 25145: “25145” stamped into towing lug (source: N. Baumgardner).
Other Identification: “[G] E8543 3B 380 LO” cast into transmission cover. “A23” stamped ahead of driver’s periscope. “[C]” cast into turret rear, “[C] A1338” cast into turret roof.
Collection Reference:
Links: Toadman’s Tank Pictures
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Location History:
(see map)

1: American Locomotive Company, Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York, USA (Late 1943)
2: Veterans Memorial Museum, Huntsville, Madison County, Alabama, USA (Current location)

Text in original Preserved American Tanks publication:

[No entry]

Text in Preserved American Tanks Update:

[No entry]

Text in original Preserved Tanks In USA publication:

This M4 has the remains of wading trunks on the back and some unusual fittings on the differential housing (source: J. DeMarco/G104). Its serial number identifies it as being manufactured by the American Locomotive Company in 1943. It is currently missing its main armament and tracks. It was seen in October 2003 with main armament and rubber-block tracks (with extended end connectors), but by February 2005 the main armament and mantlet had been removed. It has large diameter penetrations in the front of the turret (through the bottom edge of the mantlet), the top left edge of the turret, and through the co-driver’s hatch, probably indicating damage from time on a firing range.

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March 2008

Front left view
1: Front left view

Taken: 13 March 2008
Contributor: N. Baumgardner
Photo ID: 4045
Added: 14 December 2010
Filename: 100-5056...
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