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ZTS-Martin T-54

ZTS-Martin T-54 in Tank Overhaul, Non-fiction TV, 2006-2009 IMDB Ep. 1.1

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

ZTS-Martin T-54

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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petep UK

2014-10-10 17:20

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Czech T-54s were made by ZTS

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janek PL

2014-10-10 18:30

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It's very possible that this tank came from Czech Rep. or Slovakia. Otherwise, the owner could paint on it a big red star. :) However, there is a tank in Swiss museum - a Czech made T-54 with Polish markings.

mike962

2014-10-11 19:19

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Producer needs added

ZTS MArtin



-- Last edit: 2014-10-11 19:19:33

petep UK

2014-10-11 21:33

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janek wrote It's very possible that this tank came from Czech Rep. or Slovakia. Otherwise, the owner could paint on it a big red star. :) However, there is a tank in Swiss museum - a Czech made T-54 with Polish markings.


Very true, the Czech and Polish ones tend to be a lot better built and cared for than the Russian ones, it is very difficult to tell from a single pic, but the flat machined spot under the sight appears on quite a few Czech ones.

janek PL

2014-10-12 14:29

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Yes, and they were more widespread than Soviet ones, since most of Polish and Czechoslovak productions went for export. Some of the other Soviet-designed vehicles were also made mostly in Czechoslovakia (BMP-1), Poland (ATS-59 and MT-LB) and Bulgaria (MT-LB), and the vast majority of them went directly to USSR.

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