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1951 Bumar-Labedy T-34-85 'Rudy'

1951 Bumar-Labedy T-34-85 'Rudy' in World of Tanks, Action, 2011

Class: Others, Military armored vehicle — Origin: PL

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1951 Bumar-Labedy T-34-85 'Rudy'

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WarLord RU (6)

2016-05-24 21:22

T-34-85, used in the shooting of the movie 'Four tankers and a dog'. In the movie, it represented a T-34-85 tank of the 1st Tank Brigade of the Polish Army "Heroes of Westerplatte" with the turret number 102. In real life, it was a Polish-produced T-34-85 with some differences from the late war Soviet vehicle. In 1951, production license was acquired by the Polish factory Bumar Labedy in Gliwice, Poland.

sajmon14 PL (232)

2016-05-24 22:36

I think "Rudy" shouldnt be part of the main name

Hakari PL (20)

2016-05-24 22:53

sajmon14 wrote I think "Rudy" shouldnt be part of the main name

Yeah, definitely. Also things gets complicated when it comes to identify the manufacturer. It's not a polish version. Many details doesn't match. I think they just put a russian version and painted it with famous "Rudy" livery. It's supposed to be a polish tank from TV series but it's not.

WarLord RU (6)

2016-05-25 13:50

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Rudy is different from its Soviet analogue
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