KV-4 (Object 224) Kreslavsky

The KV-4 heavy tank program was started in April of 1941. Design was undertaken at the LKZ factory via a competition of engineers. One rather forgettable design was that by M. I. Kreslavsky, who did not receive any awards for his design.

KV-4 (Object 224) Tseits

The KV-4 heavy tank program was started in April of 1941. Design was undertaken at the LKZ factory via a competition of engineers. Amongst them was senior engineer N. V. Tseits, who designed one of the most successful KV-4 designs, being awarded third, and later, second place.

TMA-83 and TMA-79

The TMA-83 was a Romanian medium artillery tractor meant to replace Soviet artillery tractors in service, but also work side by side with Soviet counterparts, namely the ATS-59 and ATS-59G.

KV-4 (Object 224) Mikhailov

A proposal to the KV-4 heavy tank competition in 1941 by engineer P.P. Mikhailov.

TAR-76

A light artillery tractor built by the Romanian military from 1977 to extend the life of old Soviet AT-L tractors.

KV-4 (Object 224) Fedorenko

One of the KV-4 heavy tank proposals, designed by S. V. Fedorenko, armed with an 107 mm and 45 mm gun and weighing nearly 100 tonnes.

KV-4 (Object 224) Shashmurin

The KV-4 Shashmurin was a design proposal by Shashmurin to the design competition between at the SKB-2 design bureau for tank index Object 224 and general name KV-4. Shashmurin proposal came in 5th.

4K51 Rubezh in Romanian Service

In 1987, the Socialist Republic of Romania purchased 4 4K51 Rubezh coastal defence missile launchers, to protect the Black Sea coast.

KV-4 (Object 224) Dukhov

The KV-4 (Object 224) Dukhov was the winner of a heavy tank competition between LKZ engineers meant to face an alleged 90 tonnes German heavy tank

7.5 cm SPG (Soviet Hetzer Starr)

The German use of a rigidly mounted gun in an AFV interested the Soviets, blueprints of an AFV nearly identical to the Jagdpanzer 38(t) Starr were drafted.