Photos 16th Tank Day in Lesany.

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Every year, at the end of August, a Tank Day takes place in the museum. Last year, the 16th year was dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Czechoslovak Republic. The first Czechoslovak tanks were Renaults FT 17, This was borrowed from the museum in Saumur.









 
Every year, at the end of August, a Tank Day takes place in the museum. Last year, the 16th year was dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Czechoslovak Republic. The first Czechoslovak tanks were Renaults FT 17, This was borrowed from the museum in Saumur.
I am really trying to resist doing the tank jokes - but I just can't - sorry
French tank salesman to Czech buyer
"Perfect condition - little use, paintwork unblemished - only even driven in reverse" :oops:
 
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I had doubts about the painting, but I see that it corresponds to the copy sent by Peru to the Czech Republic for the museum, how nice it is and the best thing is that they still work, my congratulations to those who keep them in those conditions mil-smile09
 
Photos of the last Praga which was driving that day. Praga Lt.vz. 38, it means Light tank model 38, camouflage colors have been restored based on chemical analysis. The dimensions of each field were reconstructed based on photographs.





 
Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer.
If I ever win the lottery that is the first purchase on the list - in fact anything on a 38t chassis - its got a nice paint job as well ;)

I would also like an RSO tractor - was watching one with an PAK40 mounted but it went for $32K - and then there was the issue of getting it from USA to UK:(
 

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