[ Login ]

Advertising

Last completed movie pages

Chicago P.D.; Montevideo, Bog te video!; A Million Miles Away; The Coat of Many Colours; Äiv čovek; Gulltransporten; Zombie World 2; Bitter Victory; Las ni˝as bien; Calcutta; Remember the Night; Love Liza; Movers & Shakers; Na rubu pameti; Manta, Manta - Zwoter Teil; (more...)

1964 Tatra OT-64 FSC Lublin 'SKOT'

1964 Tatra OT-64 in Rekonstrukce okupace, Documentary, 2021 IMDB

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

1964 Tatra OT-64 FSC Lublin 'SKOT'

Position 00:25:19 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

AuthorMessage

Dmitry_P RU

2022-08-23 23:05

Looks like OT-64 SKOT or its variant

mike962 DE

2022-08-23 23:08

czech docu so assume czech made so this for designation
/vehicle_592279-Tatra-OT-64-1964.html

janek PL

2022-08-24 11:36

mike962 wrote czech docu so assume czech made so this for designation
/vehicle_592279-Tatra-OT-64-1964.html

SKOT's were assembled in Poland only. Besides, during 1968 intervention they were also used by Polish forces (this one, however, doesn't loook like Polish one).

mike962 DE

2022-08-24 12:46

janek wrote
SKOT's were assembled in Poland only. Besides, during 1968 intervention they were also used by Polish forces (this one, however, doesn't loook like Polish one).

but here they say both did it essentially

Quote The Polish designation for the vehicle is the Sredni Kolowy Opancerzny Transporter. Tatra of Czechoslovakia provided the chassis and automotive components and FSC/Lubin in Poland the armoured body and weapon system



http://www.army-guide.com/eng/product1067.html


-- Last edit: 2022-08-24 12:49:22

janek PL

2022-08-24 15:00

mike962 wrote
but here they say both did it essentially


So they are all wrong.
First, body and weapons were manufactured by another Polish companies, and FSC only assemblied the vehicles (with Czech supplied parts) for both Poland and Czechoslovakia.

-- Last edit: 2022-08-24 15:55:19

mike962 DE

2022-08-25 00:13

janek wrote
So they are all wrong.
First, body and weapons were manufactured by another Polish companies, and FSC only assemblied the vehicles (with Czech supplied parts) for both Poland and Czechoslovakia.

so what you suggest ?? that all currently named with Tatra be changed ??

/vehicles_make-Tatra_model-OT.html

janek PL

2022-08-25 15:14

Yes, given the fact that they were finally assembled by FSC.

mike962 DE

2022-08-26 13:11

janek wrote Yes, given the fact that they were finally assembled by FSC.

:hello: so the admins better get started, it's only about 12 entries

janek PL

2022-08-30 23:49

"1964 Tatra OT-64 FSC Lublin 'SKOT'" - I don't get it. FSC Lublin was the actual make, not Tatra.

Putting is as the alternative name for the vehicle is a strange choice.

130rapid PL

2022-08-31 00:04

With its pretty unique origin isn't 'Tatra' brand, or 'Lublin' as well.
Maybe the best way is choose its own some-kind-of-brand 'SKOT'. :think:

janek PL

2022-08-31 12:32

130rapid wrote With its pretty unique origin isn't 'Tatra' brand, or 'Lublin' as well.


We have many vehicles here with such complicated origins, in such cases the make should be the same as the final manufacturer/assembler - FSC in this case, and model origin CS/PL.

Quote Maybe the best way is choose its own some-kind-of-brand 'SKOT'. :think:

Nah.
So for Polish-used ones it would be "1963 SKOT SKOT 2AP", a total and utter nonsense.

Add a comment

You must login to post comments...

Advertising

Watch or buy this title - Powered by JustWatch

Advertising