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    Hi Superdave,

    thanks for the hint. Sounds good but before I have to open a Facebook account — until today I have no one ��

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    Hola Jürgen,
    I know very little about this model.
    Data that we know: Model Built for United States Government: D3/4APT. Engineering Code and Wheelbase: T-236-98.
    Starting Serial N., Closing Serial N., Year Built:
    91 151 283 - 91 156 282 - 1944. Units: 5.000
    91 166 034 - 91 172 783 - 1945. Units: 6.750.
    Total units: 11.750
    I'm going to do a simple calculation, but Jürgen do not tell anyone, just the two of us. They'll take me for a fool ... well it does not matter (I really am).
    91 167 274 - 91 166 034 = 1.240 units to 8 February
    Let's see manufacturing days, counting every day of the week except Sunday:
    January: 26
    February: 24 - 50
    March: 27 - 77
    April: 25 - 102
    May: 27 - 129
    June: 26 - 155
    July: 26 - 181
    As of February 8 we have: 26 + 8 = 34
    1.240: 34 = 36,47 units a day.
    Your vehicle is 91 168 850. Therefore it is unit 2.816.
    2,816: 36.47 = 77,21 days.
    https://www.steelsoldiers.com/blob:h...8-f38647f55f52
    Your car was delivered on March 31... Torero!, Torero!, Torero!
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    If we do the full calculation, this model was finished at the end of July 1945.
    Do not throw me the bulls, I run out.
    Regards, Grüße,
    Juan.

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    Reviewing the above, I see that I made a mistake: Until February 8 there are 33 days and not 34....26 + 7 = 33

    Therefore: 1.240 : 33 = 37.6 units per day.

    2.816 : 37,6 = 74,9...75 days.

    Therefore your car is delivered on March 29, 1945

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    Hey juan15, you made my day. I never ever got an answer which I was laughing so much about. The whole day I had it mind : Torero!, Torero!, Torero! Really great!!! And of cause that applies to all the other informations you sent. If there won't be more than 1421 kilometers between us I just would come around to have a beer . I keep you informed about the things which will happen.

    Best regards

    Jürgen

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    Right now I'm going ... A beer is always a beer!

    regards,

    Juan.

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