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No: 786   Contributor: Alf van Beem   Year: 2010   Manufacturer: Borgward   Country: The Netherlands

This little vehicle was used in the 2nd WW as a tank destroyer. It was being directed towards an enemy tank by remote control via electric cable. It had a speed of 5 to 10 km/h. and had an electric engine and later a petrol engine.

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Picture added on 11 March 2010 at 10:23
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Nederlandse Cavalerie Museum, Amersfoort, Netherlands
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There are a number of these devices, but, primarily we are dealing with two (2). The way to diffrentiate the two is
(1) Flat top, even with the tracks, more than likely it is battery powered or Sskfz-302
(2) If you not a Squre box structure approx 4 inch in high on top or a Rounded Structure approx 5 Inch in High on top, that is the additional allowance to the Gas Engine and Exhaust. in turn
you have an Sdkfz 303a or b
Call out ID is
Sdkfz-302 Goliath Demo Bomb 65 - 85 Kgs w Battery Powered - Remote Controlled SPT Ger WWII

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