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1964 ZTS-Martin T-55

1964 ZTS-Martin T-55 dans Mars Attacks!, Film, 1996 IMDB

Catégorie : Autres, Véhicule blindé militaire — Origine du modèle : SU — Lieu de fabrication : CZ

1964 ZTS-Martin T-55

[*] Véhicule d'arrière-plan

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Pibwl PL

2009-03-29 00:05

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This is naturally T-54/55 family tank (I would say T-55, or its Chinese copy), not T-34!

Kooshmeister US

2009-03-29 10:30

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Pibwl a écrit This is naturally T-54/55 family tank (I would say T-55, or its Chinese copy), not T-34!


Gotta love the "naturally," like it's supposed to be really obvious. I think the word you're looking for is "actually."

-- Last edit: 2009-03-29 10:32:39

Pibwl PL

2009-03-29 11:26

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Well, for someone interested in tanks it is obvious - that's why I was astonished ;) I forgot, that this is mostly car-devoted site, not a military forum ;)

janek PL

2010-05-08 20:45

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1964 ZTS-Martin T-55

Pibwl PL

2010-05-25 20:05

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How do we know it's ZTS-Martin?

badlymad CA

2010-09-20 19:14

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Pibwl a écrit How do we know it's ZTS-Martin?


Indeed, are there any specific differences between Soviet and Czech-built T-55s, or are we just assuming that Czech tanks are more likely to be in private hands?

janek PL

2010-09-21 17:32

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Citation Indeed, are there any specific differences between Soviet and Czech-built T-55s, or are we just assuming that Czech tanks are more likely to be in private hands?


USSR manufactured tanks mostly for their own army; Czechoslovakia exported most of its T-55 for East Germany, Egypt, Syria ("commercial" clients), etc.
I saw this movie; this tank has oval-shaped gunner sight and coax machine gun I'm sure - only in Polish and Czechoslovakian vehicles - that's the easiest way to distinguish the origin of tank.
Czech T-55: Link to "commons.wikimedia.org"
Soviet T-55: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:T-55_Imperial_War_Museum.jpg
Polish T-55: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:T-55_front_RB.jpg

Difference between Polish and Czech include gun mantlet, engine deck and many others.

Polish gun mantlet:
http://www.hrcappuccino.org/articles/okohodac/T-55%20okohodac/T-55_43.JPG - smooth structure
Link to "picasaweb.google.com" - smooth sturcture
Czech gun mantlet (identical to the Soviet vehicles):
Link to "data3.primeportal.net" - riveted
http://svsm.org/gallery/T-55_little/IMG_0747 - raised "X"

Engine deck
Polish (square air cleaner hatch on the left, opened to rear side - like in T-54):
Link to "picasaweb.google.com"
Czech (asymetric, opened to the right side - same as in Soviet original):
http://www.trevalan.com/Milipics/Images/0001_0023L.JPG


-- Last edit: 2010-09-22 19:22:43

janek PL

2010-09-22 19:28

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After unification of Germany (GDR bought T-55 from CSSR [about 1800] and Poland [about 330] many were sold to Western countries; Arab vehicles were captured by Israelis and widely used by IDF (see /movie_94716-The-Beast-of-War.html ), later withdrawn and sold.

badlymad CA

2010-09-24 04:40

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Thanks for the info. If you don't mind, I will probably post it in the "useful info" section of the forums for future reference purposes.

janek PL

2010-09-24 16:47

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No prob :)

railfanbrooklyn US

2013-12-05 03:06

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Screenshot of the T-55s firing during the desert attack scene
[Image: image.7.jpg]

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