The Sherman Tank what an amazing vehicle!!

Discussion in 'Weapons, Technology & Equipment' started by kfz, Nov 11, 2006.

  1. Dave55

    Dave55 Very Senior Member Patron

    You're right, Chris. Thanks

    And an M1, as you said, vs M1A1 with soft cab and squared off fenders. Good job!
  2. canuck

    canuck Token Colonial

    M4 Sherman "Hurricane" (NÂș3033967), 'H' Company, 66th Armored Regiment, 2nd U.S. Armored Division, having a Continental R-975-C4 engine change at a repair depot near the front lines, Le Teilleul, Normandy, 16th August 1944. During 'Operation Cobra', a Ward LaFrance / Kenworth Heavy Wrecker M1 / M1A1 pulls the radial engine from a 2nd Armored Division M4 Sherman tank.

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  3. Dave55

    Dave55 Very Senior Member Patron

    Amazing. Sounds like a sports car. Once he figures out the clutch, that is,

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  4. Seroster

    Seroster Canadian researcher Patron

    Multiple different models of Sherman as I saw them at TankFest :) Plus a Stuart.

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  5. Dave55

    Dave55 Very Senior Member Patron

    Sherman tank reference at 3:30 :)

  6. stolpi

    stolpi Well-Known Member

    "Why the Sherman was what it was"

    Saw this on You Tube:

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  7. DannyM

    DannyM Member

    A short clip showing a Sherman used in salvaging the U.S.S. "Samtampa" for scrap metal 1948.


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  8. 3yes

    3yes Member

    Good day ,need help here,does anybody has info or knowledge if the sherman m4a3 variant was used in thE Philippines during ww2?thanks

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