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Number 3, Münster, Germany
It's being restored as we speak. It's to get a place in the famous Münster collection. It's going to get the thorough restoration that it deserves. Fahrgestellnumber 250041, built by Tatra.
It's life after German service so far.
According to the French "Magazine 39/45", both chassis were discovered in a gravelyard in France. They carried huge machinery used for the gravel production. The article showed the beginning of their restoration.
The Arlon museum made a replica body for it. (Many thanks to André Flener and Bob Graebe!)
The Arlon period.
The Auburn museum. Most of the Arlon collection was sold to the Auburn museum.
The Münster museum. The first pictures turned up in 2014 on facebook.
last revised: October 1 2017