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Sig 33 auf Pzkpfw 38 Grille recovered

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    1995 year

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    Nice shots but this is not a Marder, itīs a Sig 33 auf Pzkpfw 38 Grille.

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    Quote by edgardo gil View Post
    Nice shots but this is not a Marder, itīs a Sig 33 auf Pzkpfw 38 Grille.
    Thank you for your help,
    I'am not an such a proffesional like you!

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    Oh please, I am only an enthusiast, the real contribution there are your photos, mine scarcely if it is an adenda.

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    Was this recovered in the Soviet Union?

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    Germany

    Cheers, Ade.

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    I was going to say the the Russian army is good about reconditioning with very little turn around time and we would see it runningf in a matter of weeks

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    Just done a search to see what happened to this vehicle. It was actually recovered from a lake in Austria. Now being restored at the Fahrzeugmuseum, Bad Ischl, Austria.

    Cheers, Ade.

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