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This page added 2-1-2017.
Chrysler, along with Cadillac, Fisher Body,
and Ford made tanks for the US military after World War Two.
Chrysler stayed in the business the longest by producing all of the M60
tanks built, and many of the later M1 Abrams Main Battle Tanks.
The company built over 15,000 M60 tanks of four different types.
Today there are over 1,050 M60s still left worldwide, of which 1,016 are
in the United States. It is beyond the scope of this webpage to
exhibit photographs of so many Chrysler built M60s. However, a few
special samples will be shown.
The major takeaway of this
page is that Chrysler, an American automotive company, made this
important tank for the US during the Cold War.
built M60 Patton Tanks 1960-1985
production number for the M60A3(105) Total production
number given for the M60 series is over 15,000.
Serial Number: Unknown
US Registration Number: Unknown
Date Built: Unknown
Location: Indiana Army National Guard Armory, Seymour, IN
Date of Photo: January 28, 2017
The author has
photographed a number of M60 tanks. This is the first one that
actually has the name Chrysler on it.