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WW2 German Panzers at Sinsheim.

Article about: Gentlemen, if you enjoy looking at restored panzers in museums this is for you....Panzers at the Sinsheim Technical Museum...brings it all back, I was lucky enough to visit the museum in Sin

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    Gentlemen, if you enjoy looking at restored panzers in museums this is for you....Panzers at the Sinsheim Technical Museum...brings it all back, I was lucky enough to visit the museum in Sinsheim in 1990, a fantastic place !
    Prost! Steve.
    "The German Army is the perfectly adapted, perfectly running Machine. The difference is that the Germans are organised with a view to War...with the cold, hard, practical and business-like purpose of winning victories."
    G.W. Steevens - The Daily Mail (1897)

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    Great site. Thanks for the link.
    Steve

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    I don't know if it's still an open base, but if you ever get to go to Kentucky, Fort Knox has some very nice tanks, all different kinds, tigers, a japanese tank, tiny little things, but inside is the best, they have a display from ww1 through desert storm, well thats what they had when I went there, then a Patton museum in back, if I remember right they even had the car he got killed in, but out front is the biggest tank I have ever seen it's as big as a navy frigate. it's named THE tank killer, they only made 2 & that one is the only one still around. then in Honolulu there's a japanese tank downton. thanks for the link , nice. I love the looks of the panther 4, sweet.

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    That is a pretty sweet site!!! thanks for the post.

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    Quote by oradour View Post
    Gentlemen, if you enjoy looking at restored panzers in museums this is for you....Panzers at the Sinsheim Technical Museum...brings it all back, I was lucky enough to visit the museum in Sinsheim in 1990, a fantastic place !
    Prost! Steve.
    Yes a great Museum ,I have had the chance to visit the Museum 3 times.I love the stuka in relic condition they had, thank you for posting this.

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