3 in Gun Motor Carriages T56 and T57

United States of America (1942-1943) Tank Destroyer – 1 Prototype of Each Built Based on the chassis of the newly available M3A3 ‘Stuart’ Light Tank, the 3 in Gun Motor Carriage T56 and 3 in Gun Motor Carriage T57 were prototype American tank destroyers developed at the end of 1942. Both vehicles were to-the-doctrine American…

75 mm Gun M3 on 75 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M8 Chassis

United States of America (1942-1943) Tank Destroyer – 1 Converted Click here to partake! Created in January 1943 as a proof of concept, the 75 mm Gun M3 on 75 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M8 Chassis was an experimental American light tank later designated as a tank destroyer. As the vehicle’s name would suggest, this…

75 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage T18

United States of America (1942) Self-Propelled Gun – 2 Mild Steel Prototypes Ordered, 1 Built With the onset of the Second World War in 1939, the United States began rapidly developing new self-propelled guns to modernize their antiquated ground forces, which were only equipped with towed guns. In early 1941, the Firestone Tire and Rubber…

T25 AT (Fake Tank)

United States of America Tank Destroyer – Fake Fake Tankin’ World of Tanks, or ‘WoT’, is a tank combat multiplayer game developed by Wargaming Group Limited. The game features hundreds of playable tanks, including prototypes and designs that never left the drawing board, arranged in ‘tech trees’ grouped by nation and vehicle type. In addition…