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1964 ZTS-Martin T-55

1964 ZTS-Martin T-55 in Extras, TV Series, 2005-2007 IMDB Ep. 1.1

Class: Others, Military armored vehicle — Model origin: SU — Built in: CZ

1964 ZTS-Martin T-55

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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G-MANN UK

2006-06-20 14:20

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This is the tank from Goldeneye, see this:

www.tanks4hire.co.uk/T55armouredmilitarytank.html

It mentions that the tank was used Extras among other things. There was only one tank in Extras.

-- Last edit: 2010-05-02 19:06:23

janek PL

2010-04-06 21:13

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1964 ZTS-Martin T-55 built in Czechoslovakia

-- Last edit: 2010-04-07 16:43:13

G-MANN UK

2010-05-02 19:26

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The make names of these Soviet and German tanks keep changing all the time. On the Goldeneye page this is still listed as a KhPZ.

janek PL

2010-05-22 19:45

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In Goldeneye both version were used: Soviet-made KhPZ T-54 and Czechoslovak-made ZTS T-55

Pibwl PL

2010-05-22 21:41

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How do we know it's Czech-made?

janek PL

2010-05-24 17:23

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- More oval shaped gunner sight aperture and coaxial mg hole (also in Polish-made tanks)
- this vehicle is late production variant with T-62-style loader hatch (used on Soviet and Czech-made late vehicles; never Polish);
- differences on engine deck (both Polish and Czech, but Polish tanks have square rear-opened aircleaner hatch, while Czech is asymetric - like in Soviet original).
i inne... wbrew pozorom czasem łatwo odgadnąć pochodzenie ;)
And most of Soviet built vehicles went to Soviet Army. Czechoslovakia and Poland manufactured primarily for export.

More info in this page (in Croatian):
Link to "www.maketarstvo.net"

-- Last edit: 2010-05-24 17:38:52

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