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Romanian Military Museum: Shermies, MkIV's, an' stuff....
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 28, 2010 8:52 am
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I was there the other day.

Its sad to see the state these AFVs are in.

I took some photos, but I guess all the vehciles are already here.

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Very special thanks to Walter

He managed to identify the big Skoda truck. It's a Skoda H 6ST6-T
www.achtungpanzer.com/...htm#high_2

Massimo


Massimo,

I did that truck to death, as I really like it. Got lots of good interior shots my last visit, sadly because it is deteriorating before our very eyes and it's gotten easier to worm a camera around in there. Sad

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Very special thanks to Walter

He managed to identify the big Skoda truck. It's a Skoda H 6ST6-T
www.achtungpanzer.com/...htm#high_2

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Fine, I still have some softskin left (mostly tractors), the artillery will go to the dedicated forum


I started on the artillery forum, since I have the first batch of artillery pictures ready:
www.com-central.net/in...mp;p=93513

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I already posted all the AFVs I have seen there. Time for more softskins.
The name for this should be Parol 1L22 (please correct me if I am wrong). I have seen it elsewhere, but it's pretty impressive anyway:



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FAMO engine...

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Let's post in artillery. I don't think that forum existed yet when I began this thread way back when so I just put everything here....


Fine, I still have some softskin left (mostly tractors), the artillery will go to the dedicated forum

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Some more FAMO views. May have some from left side as well, will look around.


Left side was too near a wall, even with an ultra-wide lens I barely got a front-left shot

Massimo

PS What do you think about the artillery pieces, should we post here or on the artillery forum?


Let's post in artillery. I don't think that forum existed yet when I began this thread way back when so I just put everything here....
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Some more FAMO views. May have some from left side as well, will look around.


Left side was too near a wall, even with an ultra-wide lens I barely got a front-left shot

Massimo

PS What do you think about the artillery pieces, should we post here or on the artillery forum?
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Some more FAMO views. May have some from left side as well, will look around.

www.com-central.net/in...fullsize=1

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There's no hurry Massimo , just take your time.

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The Famo is ideed very big. I saw the one in Koblenz.


This was the first time I met a 18t in person, I've seen the 12t in Trieste and was already impressed... This is even bigger Shocked


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Do you have by any chance more picures of the famo in Bucharest ?


Yes, I have more shots, but almost all of them are still in .RAW format, waiting for post-processing. I'll let you know once I am done and send you copies. Are you looking for "portraits" or specific details?

I still own you some shots of the 5t in Sinsheim. I just left my Sinsheim's pictures at the bottom of my backlog, since I am unhappy by their quality (see sticky topic on photography).

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The Famo is ideed very big. I saw the one in Koblenz.
Do you have by any chance more picures of the famo in Bucharest ?

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