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1942 GAZ T-70

1942 GAZ T-70 in Ona zashchishchaet Rodinu, Movie, 1943 IMDB

Class: Others, Military armored vehicle — Model origin: SU

1942 GAZ T-70

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

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Gamer DE

2019-10-21 21:30

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Real captured German tanks?

Dmitry_P RU

2019-10-21 21:48

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Here: https://rg.ru/2014/05/02/kinotexnika-site.html it is said these are Soviet T-30 ( https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A2-30 ) with Balkenkreuz on the side. If so, Bolshevik is the make: /vehicles_make-Bolshevik.html The article says they were unique, Russian Wiki says only full-size wooden model existed (?).

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mike962 DE

2019-10-21 22:13

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Dmitry_P wrote Here: https://rg.ru/2014/05/02/kinotexnika-site.html it is said these are Soviet T-30 ( https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A2-30 ) with Balkenkreuz on the side. If so, Bolshevik is the make: /vehicles_make-Bolshevik.html The article says they were unique, Russian Wiki says only full-size wooden model existed (?).

wrong


this is a T-70

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T-70


[Image: 11305831-old-soviet-light-tank-t-70-.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2019-10-21 22:14:14

Dmitry_P RU

2019-10-21 22:20

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I see, T-30 had a 2-turret layout.

mike962 DE

2019-10-21 22:22

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no

see the track chassis


T-30 had the base wheels so much more apart


track chassis is by far the easiest and most fool proof way to ID military tracked vehicles

-- Last edit: 2019-10-21 22:23:35

3loader RU

2019-10-22 00:18

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Mike962 is right. It is T-70. Seen this thing 2 days ago.

moskvichok wrote [*][*][Image: i001310057.jpg]

mike962 DE

2019-10-22 00:19

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wiki says "T-70s were put into production in March 1942 at Zavod No. 37,"

3loader RU

2019-10-22 00:52

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There was several plants that been producing T-70 including GAZ, No. 37, No. 38. I guess for now its better to name it GAZ by default, because that's where it was created.

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