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1964 ZTS-Martin T-55 Tiran 5

1964 ZTS-Martin T-55 Tiran 5 in The Beast of War, Movie, 1988 IMDB

Class: Others, Military armored vehicle — Model origin: SU — Built in: CZ

1964 ZTS-Martin T-55 Tiran 5

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antp BE

2006-06-15 19:29

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hiergehts CH

2006-06-16 04:28

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Soviet T-55 like this : http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/gallery/afattack/afg092.jpg but not sure which version.

geronimo FR

2006-06-23 23:12

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Bonjour, le char "héros" de la Bête de Guerre est un TI-67 TIRAN Israélien. La base est un T-55 russe, prise de guerre entre autres récupérée aux égyptiens lors de la Guerre des Six Jours. Entre les mains israéliennes, il a subit quelques modifications dont les mitrailleuses et surtout le canon plus gros américain de 105mm. La mitrailleuse de tourelle du char du film est une version "hollywoodienne" bizarre.

Je viens de découvrir votre site, il est excellent, bravo. Geronimo.

antp BE

2006-06-23 23:22

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Sous quelle "marque" (ou fabricant) ou pourrait lister ça ?

subalternnavert

2006-06-24 02:52

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I have to concur with geronimo on this. That is definitely an L7 105mm instead of the original 100mm gun on the Warsaw pact Variants.

Bebert FR

2006-06-24 07:20

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Je replace cette image ici, puisque d'après geronimo, c'est le même char. Par voie de conséquence, je supprime l'autre photo.

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sixcyl FR

2006-06-24 07:29

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:hello: un tiran de moins! on va pas se plaindre! :D

geronimo FR

2006-06-24 18:53

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Pour lister les blindés, vous pourriez peut-être marquer char israélien TI-67 Tiran et à chaque fois char untel ... Ce n'est qu'un avis en passant. Pour répondre à sixcyl, il ne faut pas mettre les chars russes avant les boeufs :lol:

sixcyl FR

2006-06-24 20:37

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geronimo wrote Pour répondre à sixcyl, il ne faut pas mettre les chars russes avant les boeufs :lol:

:D :D :D

antp BE

2006-06-24 20:38

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geronimo wrote Pour lister les blindés, vous pourriez peut-être marquer char israélien TI-67 Tiran et à chaque fois char untel ...

En fait dans la plupart des cas il y a une marque qu'on arrive à mettre dessus. Par exemple pour les chars américains on a souvent White, Cadillac, etc.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-06-24 22:11

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Is there any way of indicating in the name we give it that it's based on a T-55?

Alexander DE

2006-06-25 12:46

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Gag Halfrunt wrote Is there any way of indicating in the name we give it that it's based on a T-55?

Yes, it still is a Malyshev T-55.

Tiran is not a maker or brand name but just the name given to the T-54 (Tiran 4), T-55 (Tiran 5) and T-62 (Tiran 6) in Israeli service.
The gun on the T-55, which we see here, was exchanged to a 105mm gun to match the Patton and Centurion equipment. But this is not unusual. Armament and armour is usually being upgraded during the life span of a tank. And having a unified calibre is a question of front line logistics.

TI-67 is only the NATO code name, meaning 'Tank Israeli 1967'.

Here is a bit more on that subject:
http://www.israeli-weapons.com/weapons/vehicles/tanks/tiran/Tiran.html

M26 Pershing US

2009-06-22 17:24

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I plan on making my 1/35 T-55 look like this.

janek PL

2010-04-06 21:09

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1964 ZTS-Martin T-55 Tiran 5
It's probably Czechoslovak-built T-55, made for Egypt, captured in 1967 or 1973 by IDF, and converted to Tiran 5

-- Last edit: 2010-04-06 21:27:28

Kooshmeister US

2011-06-12 03:25

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IMFDb claims it as an Israeli Ti-67.

Jale PL

2011-06-12 09:34

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Alexander wrote TI-67 is only the NATO code name, meaning 'Tank Israeli 1967'.

Kooshmeister US

2011-06-12 13:08

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Works for me.

M26 Pershing US

2013-08-18 18:45

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hiergehts: Your photo is a T-62: pay attention to the wheel gaps! Do NOT go by the position of the bore evacuator: the tanks in film are T-55's rebuilt with British 105mm, which has the evacuator in a similar position as the T-62's 115mm.

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