Pennsylvania Military Museum - M4A1(76)W Sherman Tank
Bill Maloney

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01 M4A1 Sherman Tank 02 M4A1 Sherman Tank 03 Sherman Tank Headlamp Guard 04 Sherman Tank Main Gun Travel Lock
05ShermanTankBowMachineGun 06ShermanTankGunMantlet 07ShermanTankDriveSprocket 08ShermanTankBogieWheels
05 Sherman Tank Bow Machine Gun 06 Sherman Tank Gun Mantlet 07 Sherman Tank Drive Sprocket 08 Sherman Tank Bogie Wheels
09ShermanTankBogieWheels 10ShermanTankIdlerWheel 11ShermanTankTrackLink 13ShermanTankTurretSideHatch
09 Sherman Tank Bogie Wheels 10 Sherman Tank Idler Wheel 11 Sherman Tank Track Link 13 Sherman Tank Turret Side Hatch
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14 Sherman Tank 50Cal Machine Gun Mount 15 Sherman Tank Rear 16 Sherman Tank Rear 17 Sherman Tank Rear Deck

M4A1 Sherman Tank Specifications:

More M4 Sherman Tanks at other
Military Museums in the Northeast
Sherman Tank interior M4 Sherman Tank
A cutaway Sherman Tank where you can view its interior can be found in the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa, Canada Another nicely restored M4A2E8 Sherman Tank at the West Point Military Museum in West Point, NY
M4A3E8 Easy Eight Sherman Tank M4A3E8 Sherman Bulldozer Tank
Another M4A3E8 Easy Eight Sherman Tank at the Patton Museum in Fort Knox, KY A rare restored M4A3E8 Sherman Bulldozer Tank at the AAF Tank Museum in Danville, VA
M4A3 Sherman Tank M4A3 Sherman Tank
M4A3 Sherman Tank at the Patton Museum in Fort Knox, KY M4A3 Sherman Tank at the Militia Museum of NJ in Sea Girt, NJ
  M4A1 Sherman Tank
  M4A2 Sherman Tank at the US Army Ordnance Museum in Aberdeen, MD

Length: 19 feet 5 inches
8 feet, 4 inches
8 feet, 0 inch
32 Tons
Max Speed: 29mph
Range: 100 miles
Armor: 2 inch frontal
Powerplant: One GM6046 Diesel Engine 410hp
Fuel Capacity: 138 gallons
 75mm main gun Muzzle Velocity 2,030fps
 One 7.62mm coax Machine Gun
 One 7.62mm bow Machine Gun
 One 50 cal Machine Gun
Entered Service: April 1942
Unit Cost: $

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