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    Tank parts?

    I know not the best pictures but according to one questioner are they either World War I or World War II tank parts?
    There are two of it
    Does anyone possibly recognize what parts are these?
    Thanks
    Imi
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    #2
    I don't think they are tank parts. It could be industrial machinery, as the shape makes no logic to be a tank part...at least to me...

    Carles
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      #3
      Originally posted by me6_130 View Post
      I don't think they are tank parts. It could be industrial machinery, as the shape makes no logic to be a tank part...at least to me...

      Carles
      Thanks for the reply, a few opinions still waiting maybe someone will recognize something
      "5:50 PM.Last ammo loaded.I dont see the point of the further resistance.In the evening 6:00 PM age the outbreak has been begin"
      The last radio message from the enclosed Budapest

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        #4
        You would probably get a better answer if you posted this on the Achtung Panzer forum instead of the Ordnance forum.
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          #5
          Originally posted by WWIIBuff View Post
          You would probably get a better answer if you posted this on the Achtung Panzer forum instead of the Ordnance forum.
          There are so many categories on this forum that I get lost in it
          I'm sorry then I would ask the moderators to move the topic to "Achtung Panzer!" section
          "5:50 PM.Last ammo loaded.I dont see the point of the further resistance.In the evening 6:00 PM age the outbreak has been begin"
          The last radio message from the enclosed Budapest

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            #6
            Moved

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              #7
              Originally posted by François B. View Post
              Moved

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              That was fast, thank you
              "5:50 PM.Last ammo loaded.I dont see the point of the further resistance.In the evening 6:00 PM age the outbreak has been begin"
              The last radio message from the enclosed Budapest

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                #8
                If it is german, it is probably pre war. If it is allied, it is very early war. or prewar. Only very early Allied vehicles used rivets. I can't think of any ww2 vehicles by the germans that used them. I believe all of their armor was welded from the start.

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                  #9
                  Of course I know what are these. Side folding legs from a 40mm Bofors gun.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Trypas View Post
                    Of course I know what are these. Side folding legs from a 40mm Bofors gun.
                    Thanks for your answer
                    "5:50 PM.Last ammo loaded.I dont see the point of the further resistance.In the evening 6:00 PM age the outbreak has been begin"
                    The last radio message from the enclosed Budapest

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