Type 3 Ka-Chi

The Type 3 Ka-Chi was mean to be an enhanced version of the Ka-Mi. It was significantly larger and better armed.

Type 10 Hitomaru Main Battle Tank

Built to replace the Type 74 and supplement the Type 90, the Type 10 Hitomaru represents the pinnacle of Japan's armored technology.

Type 97 Chi-Ha, 120 mm Short Gun

The Chi-Ha Short Gun was an infantry support version of the regular Type 97, intended for use by the Imperial Japanese Navy. Only a few were built.

Panzerkampfwagen IV mit Hydrostatischem Antrieb

German Reich (1944) Prototype Medium Tank – 1 Built In 1943, an alternative drive system for the Panzer IV entered development. This was the Hydrostatischem Antrieb or Hydrostatic Drive, also known as the “Thoma” drive. It was designed and produced in the Augsburg plant of ZF Friedrichshafen, and tested on a turret-less Panzer IV Ausf.G …

Type 4 Ho-Ro

Empire of Japan (1944) Self-Propelled Gun – 12 Built The Type 4 Ho-Ro (タイプ4ホーロー Taipu 4 hōrō) was a self-propelled gun that saw limited production and service by the Imperial Japanese Army in the Pacific Theater during World War II. The Japanese Grille As part of the technology sharing scheme between Nazi Germany and Imperial …

Type 5 Ke-Ho

The Type 5 Ke-Ho was to be the IJA's last light tank. However, with resources dwindling, it never went further than the production of one prototype.

Medium Tank T26E4 “Super Pershing”

The famous T26E4 "Super Pershing" was an up-gunned version of the regular M26. One that was sent to Europe was upgraded with salvaged armor plates.

Schmalturm Turret

The Schmalturm, or "narrow turret", was the next stage in development of the Panther tank, where it would have been used on the Ausf.F.

Tankenstein (Halloween Fictional Tank)

Take a look at some Frankenstein tanks, both from the World of Tanks video game and actual vehicles from history.

Panzerkampfwagen II Ausf.J (VK16.01)

The Panzer II Ausf.J was a heavy reconnaissance tank. Sharing nothing with the original Panzer II, only a few were built.