Panzerbeobachtungswagen III

The Pz.Beob.Wg.III was a variant of the common Panzer III medium tank. It was designed for artillery observers assigned to SPG batteries

“Tiger” of Barska Street

During the Polish Warsaw uprising of 1944, a tank was captured by the insurgents on Barska street, with many sources claiming it was a Tiger!

Sd.Kfz.263 6-Rad

Appearing in 1935, the Sd.Kfz.263 6-rad was a communications vehicle based on the Sd.Kfz.231 6-rad. It carried just a single machine-gun.

CP Armoured Tractor (Fake Tank)

The CP armored tractor is a plastic model kit produced by the Polish RPM company but is ultimately a fake vehicle that never actually existed in reality.


The wz. 31 was a paper project of 6x6 heavy armored car planned in 1931 but which never came to fruition.


Germany (1939) Observation Vehicle – 285 Built The Sd.Kfz.253 was designed along with the Sd.Kfz.250 light infantry transporter and the Sd.Kfz.252 ammo transporter. However, opposed to the multifunctional Sd.Kfz.250 (and the bigger Sd.Kfz.251), the 253 as well as the 252 were specialized vehicles. Whilst the Sd.Kfz.252 was supplying ammunition to tanks and artillery guns, the …


The Polish TKF was an improvement of the previous TK-3 with a better engine and some suspension improvements.


The 14TP is an obscure Polish design from 1939. Essentially an upgraded 10TP, the project didn't get very far before the invasion


The WB-10 was a obscure Polish prototype in the late 30s. Little information remains of it. It was, however, a total failure.

PZInz 126 (Fake Tank)

The PZInz 126 is a Polish fake tank which originated in a model kit made by the RPM company. It combines parts of actual vehicles