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Added more variants info. Main specs section replaced with T-69-II. The original T-69 didn't enter service and there's no point in listing it. Majority of T-69's exported were T-69-II variant, since T-69-III/T-79 were reserved for PLA use only.
This needs a little clarification. Did the Type 69 and Type 69-I prototypes both have a smoothbore copied from the T-62? Was the idea abandoned when the tank went into production? —MichaelZ. 2006-08-14 13:35 Z
The original website misidentified the tank as a T-55. My apologies.--Darius (talk) 16:34, 29 September 2008 (UTC)
No sweat. It's easy to mix these things up. Almost any time I identify a new photo, I have to double-check by comparing it to known photos. I've noticed that US military photos of any Soviet-legacy tank, and even some actual tanksin museums, tend to be labelled “T-55”. Regards. —MichaelZ. 2008-09-29 16:42 z