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United States' M4 medium tank production, Sherman:

Type
Total*
Dates
Location, Date, Quantity*
M4
6,7487
July 1942 - January 1944 3/1941: Lima, Pressed Steel, and Pacific Car & Foundry
Pressed Steel4 July 1942 -August 1943: 1,000
Baldwin4 January 1943 - January 1944: 1,233
American Locomotive4 February - December 1943: 2,150
Pullman Car4 May - September 1943: 689
Detroit Tank Arsenal (Chrysler)4 August 1943 - January 1944: 1,676
Baldwin Locomotive Works2, American Locomotive Co.2, Detroit Tank Arsenal (Chrysler)2, Pressed Steel Car Co.2, Pullman Standard Car Manufacturing Co.2
M4(105)
1,6417
February 1944 - March 1945
  August 19435 Various5
M4A1
6,2811,7
February 1942 - December 1943 Lima Locomotive Works4 February 1942 - September 1943: 1,655
Pacific Car & Foundry4 April 1942 - November 1943: 926
Pressed Steel4 March 1942 - December 1943: 3,700, January 1944 - June 1945: 3,396
M4A1(76)W
3,3967, 3,426
January 1944 - July 1945
M4A2
8,0531,7
April 1942 - May 1944 Fisher Division of GMC (Grand Blanc)4 April 1942 - May 1944: 4,614
Pullman Standard Car4April 1942 - September 1943: 2,737
American Loco September 1942 - April 1943: 150
Baldwin October - November 1942: 12
Federal Welder4 December 1942 - December 1943: 540
Grand Blanc (June - December 1944) 1,594
Pressed Steel (May - June 1945): 21
M4A2(76)W
2,915, 3,2301,7
April 1944 - May 1945
M4A3
1,690, 5,0157
June 1942 - September 1943 Ford4 June - December 1942: 514, January - September 1943: 1,1764, June 1942 - September 1943: 1,6909
Fisher4 / Grand Blanc7 February 1944 - March 1945: 1,381
Detroit Tank Arsenal (Chrysler)4
M4A3(105)
3,039 Detroit Arsenal4, 3,0397
May 1944 - June 1945
M4A3(75)W
2,845 Fisher4, 3,071
February 1944 - March 1945
M4A3(76)W
3,3707, 4,542
March 1944 - April 1945
M4A3E2
2541,7
June 1944 - July 1944
M4A3E8     Detroit Arsenal9
M4A4
7,4991,7
July 1942 - November 1943 Detroit Arsenal7 / Detroit Tank Arsenal4
M4A6
753,7
October 1943 - February 1944 Detroit Tank Arsenal4
Total
>45,0009, 49,2308, 49,23410, 53,3627
February 1942 - July 1945 * The columns may not add up as the information is from more than one source.

Sources:

  1. The Encyclopedia of Tanks and Armored Fighting Vehicles - The Comprehensive Guide to Over 900 Armored Fighting Vehicles From 1915 to the Present Day, General Editor: Christopher F. Foss, 2002
  2. The American Arsenal, 1996
  3. Airfix Magazine Guide #26 American Tanks of World War 2, Terry Gander and Peter Chamberlain, 1977
  4. Armour In Profile #3 M.4 A3 E8 Sherman, Peter Chamberlain, Chris Ellis, ?
  5. Tank Data 2, Aberdeen Proving Grounds Series, E. J. Hoffschmidt and W. H. Tantum IV, 1969
  6. Tank Data, Aberdeen Proving Grounds Series, 1968?
  7. Tanks of World War II, Duncan Crow, 1979
  8. Battle Winning Tanks, Aircraft & Warships of World War II, David Miller, 2000
  9. Armored Fighting Vehicles, 300 of the World's Greatest Military Vehicles, Philip Trewhitt, 1999
  10. World War I and II Tanks, George Forty, 2012
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