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Chrysler M4 A3 'Sherman'
A Estrada 47 (2013)
M4A3 Sherman? Difficult to tell exactly without seeing the rear

2015-07-02 22:55
PPS OT-810
Moskovskaya saga (2004)
/vehicles_make-PPS_model-OT-810.html 2015-06-30 21:00
1940 Moskovsky zavod No.37 T-40
Great Tank Battles of World War II (2001)


2015-06-11 14:13
1935 KhPZ BT-7
Great Tank Battles of World War II (2001)

2015-06-11 14:09
1940 Fiat M13/40
Great Tank Battles of World War II (2001)
Fiat M13/40

2015-06-11 14:07
Horch 108
Great Tank Battles of World War II (2001)
Horch 108

2015-06-11 14:04
1942 Alkett Marder IID Sd.Kfz.132
Great Tank Battles of World War II (2001)
Marder IID, also known as a Sd.Kfz.132

2015-06-11 14:02
1939 Škoda 38(t)
Great Tank Battles of World War II (2001)
Skoda 38t, also known in German service as a Sd. Kfz. 140.


2015-06-11 14:00
1941 Autocar T12 75mm GMC M3 Halftrack
Great Tank Battles of World War II (2001)
Autocar T12

2015-06-11 13:54
Made for Movie Pz.Kpfw.VI Tiger
Kung Fury (2015)
Made for Movie Tiger I

2015-06-01 11:23
L'Angelo di Sarajevo (2015)
It does bear a similarity to an ASA Guardian, the armoured version of an Fiat AR 75 Campagnola

2015-06-01 10:39
Vauxhall Churchill AVRE 'Crocodile'
The Austin Festival Review (1951)
Yep should be like this but not Without AVRE as they were not made into crocadiles

2015-06-01 00:50
Le plus joli péché du monde (1951)
The Grill and possibly the bonnet look like they are from an Sdkfz 7


I have no idea what the cab came from, but I doubt it is armoured or original,

I agree the chassis size and wheels look right for a large Mercedes truck



2015-05-18 14:13
Ford P100
Láska shora (2002)
Ford Cortina Pick up, also known as a P100

2015-05-13 16:58
General Dynamics M1A2 'Abrams'
Vyprávěj (2009-2013)
mike962 wrote

you tried this one ?

Another on bites the dust :beer:
2015-04-20 20:52
Uralvagonzavod T-55
Vyprávěj (2009-2013)
Actually yeah and the fume extractor is at the end of the gun too, oops :( 2015-04-20 15:12
August 1991 (2005)
BOV-3 Air Defence Vehicle made by TAM, the non-standard lights and box on the back threw me for a while, but the shape of the turret, armour and hatches match and it was used by the Yugoslav army before the war.

Link to "commons.wikimedia.org"


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2015-04-20 15:09
Kurganmashzavod BMP-1
Vyprávěj (2009-2013)

2015-04-19 00:11
Uralvagonzavod T-55
Vyprávěj (2009-2013)
The grab handles on the turret look more like a T-62 2015-04-19 00:09
General Dynamics M1A2 'Abrams'
Vyprávěj (2009-2013)
Yep, with that sight on the turret it'll be an A2...

2015-04-19 00:06
Chrysler M728
Vyprávěj (2009-2013)
From the frame on the turret I would say it is an M728 CEV


I'd list it like this

2015-04-19 00:04
Uralvagonzavod VT-55
Vyprávěj (2009-2013)
VT-55 recovery vehicle, sorry don't have the mfr to hand

2015-04-18 23:58
1939 Bedford OY
Hitler-Deutschland in Farbe (2004)
Bedford OY

2015-04-11 08:14
1936 Renault Char B1
Hitler-Deutschland in Farbe (2004)
Renault Char B1

2015-04-11 08:10
L'Angelo di Sarajevo (2015)
It doesn't look familiar, though the back wheel looks like it is from a Series 1 Range Rover so you might be right that it is Made for Movie.

I can't find anything further, it is similar to something used by US police forces but not the same.


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2015-04-06 23:05
Rock Island Arsenal T-4
Os Caras de Pau em O Misterioso Roubo do Anel (2014)
Found it! T-4 Medium Tank apparently built at Rock Island Arsenal


2015-04-06 20:44
Nissan Diesel UG 780 'Crocodile'
End of Empire (1985)
I would probably put the location as Rhodesia or Zimbabwe if that is not possible as they were converted into Crocodiles locally a bit like the example below...

2015-04-06 11:06
ZTS-Martin T-55 A
Montana (2014)
mike962 wrote

:hello: PETEP

2 vehicles for you here

:hello: mike962

I managed to get 4 or 5, search for my recent comments :)

On the T-55, I don't think the headlight is centrally mounted, I think it is at a slight angle with the turret slightly turned.
2015-04-06 09:41
Dodge 1-Ton
End of Empire (1985)
Dodge 1 Ton

2015-04-06 09:37
Ford GTB
End of Empire (1985)
Ford GTB

2015-04-06 09:22
Marmon-Herrington Mk.III
End of Empire (1985)
Marmington-Herrington MkIII


2015-04-06 09:08
Nissan Diesel UG 780 'Crocodile'
End of Empire (1985)
Rhodesian "Crocodile" armoured vehicle, built on a Nissan UG780 chassis

2015-04-06 08:50
End of Empire (1985)
mike962 wrote [Image: untitled.1010.jpg]

This one is an AMX-13


The one in the main pic is an AMX-13 but with an M24 Chaffee turret mounted, I can't find a designation so guess it'll have to just go as an AMX-13

2015-04-06 08:43
ZTS-Martin T-55 A
Montana (2014)
I would have said it looks like a T-55, might be an A as it looks like it has a bigger cupola

2015-04-05 20:48
Made for Movie StuG III Ausf. B
Stalingrad (2013)
Made for movie StuG III Ausf B

2015-04-05 20:41
MAZ 7917
Die Straßen von Berlin (1995-2000)
An RS-12M Topol-M missile on a MAZ-7917

2015-04-01 15:20
1944 Pressed Steel M4 A1 E8 'Sherman'
Le rendez-vous des quais (1955)
The two on the left are M4A1E8 with a 76 mm T-23 turret and HVSS suspension


The one on the right is a late M4 hull with a 76 mm T-23 turret fitted (though it would probably have been built with an earlier 105 mm Turret) and VVSS suspension

2015-03-27 12:31
FMC M163 A1
Spy Game (2001)
With that turret on it is an FMC M163A1


2015-03-17 14:24
Detroit Tank Arsenal M4 (105) 'Sherman' HVSS with 76mm turret
Fury (2014)
This is not an M4 (105) as it is currently listed. The 105 was only put in the older turret, not the later T23 turret. This is supposed to be portraying an M4A3E8, however I seem to remember reading it was another M4A2E8 like the tank used for Fury. 2015-02-23 14:59
Pressed Steel M4 A1 'Sherman' (76) HVSS
Fury (2014)
This should just be an M4 A1 not an M4 A1 E8 as it currently is, this has the older VSS suspension and would need to have the HVSS suspension (like fury in the foreground) to be an E8 2015-02-23 14:57
1998 BAE Systems CV90
Outpost 37 (2014)
Not sure it shouldn't be manufacutred by BAE Systems now CV90

2015-02-04 17:43
White M2 Halftrack
12 O'Clock High (1964-1967)
Yep, with that Mickey Mouse turret it is pretty recognisable in a few other things too....

2015-02-01 22:10
1942 Dodge WC 54
J.W. Coop (1971)
WC 54

2015-01-30 15:39
Chrysler M47 'Patton'
Mohammed Reza Pahlavi: The Last Shah (1996)
M47 Patton

2015-01-30 15:36
GMC M42 'Duster'
Bismarck von hinten oder Wir schliessen nie (1974)
GMC M42 Duster

2015-01-27 15:26
Made for Movie M1 'Abrams' modified M60 Patton
American Sniper (2014)
The tracks are wrong for a Chieftain based conversion, I would say it was probably done on an M60 made to look like an M1A2 Abrams as that was what was used in the second gulf war. 2015-01-23 17:58
1954 Volkswagen Kombi [Typ 2 / T1]
New Crime City (1994)
That was a 1954 or earlier Barndoor Kombi 2015-01-23 17:52
1964 Csepel D-344
Fury (2014)
Looks like they used three of them for the film as they are all up on Milweb now...

2015-01-08 11:51
Stringer (1992)
In front of the bus is an M5A1 Stuart with it's turret traversed.

2015-01-06 17:47
Fury (2014) The last week of the war was a pretty chaotic time and it is very difficult to say something definitely didn't happen in a country where millions of people are at war. I imagine a lot of otherwise normal people would be pretty unlikable after 10 months of combat. It is entirely possible the Tiger crew were inept, given the age of the machine it would have been taken from a maintenance or training establishment and pressed into service by the best people available. However four Shermans to knock out one Tiger tally's with historical accounts.
Of course there are unrealistic bits, but it isn't a documentary, it is a film. Sure the Germans may not have been knocked over so easily, but the Americans wouldn't have been so bunched up and in the open, but it had to be visible on a cinema screen. And yes I agree there are probably two or three occasions where they would have been knocked out.
Yep you don't see enough of the Tiger and it would be great to see it charging about the place, but any damage to the running gear could literally run into hundreds of thousands of pounds, if it was my tank I'd be pretty restrictive about what I let people do with it too. Still better to see a real one do that than half a dozen CGI ones or converted T-34s.
The bit where the disabled Sherman fends off an infantry division at the crossroads is based on an actual event detailed in Belton Y Cooper's autobiography "Death Traps". Sure tactically it was a little different as the surviving crewman fired HE at the road in front of the infantry to keep them at a distance, but when he ran out of ammo for all of the guns he ended up dropping grenades out of the hatches to get the Germans climbing on the tank.
There are plenty of pics of Shermans and other vehicles in Europe with logs on the sides, they were less for protection and more for putting under the tracks if they got stuck in the mud.
Link to "www.3ad.com"
There will never be a WWII film that everybody agrees is spot on, sure it some flaws, but I think they are greatly outweighed by the good bits.
2014-12-23 12:04

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