The development plan of the E-100 super-heavy tank is to try out two prototypes and then choose a production equipment from them. One of them uses a 150mm KwK44 gun, and the other uses a newly designed turret and a 128mm KwK44 gun. The plan started in June 1943, and went smoothly until the end of 1944, but was ordered to be suspended by Hitler, leaving only three technicians to continue the work. By the end of the war they had almost finished the chassis, but neither of the two planned turrets could be built. The British army discovered and seized it, and it was discarded after being transported to the UK for research.
Weight: 140 t Crew: 5 Engine: Maybach HL234 Top speed:40km/h
Maximum Travel: 120 km Overall Length: 10.27 m Overall Width: 4.48 m Overall Height:3.29m
arms:128 mmKwK 44 ,7.92 mmMG34
|product name||E-100 anti-aircraft tank (equipped with “Rhine Daughter” I rocket)|
|product type||Plastic Model Armor Kit|
|model size||Length: 253.6mm Width: 128mm|
|total number of parts||470+|
|etched parts||1 piece|
|Total number of offset plates||16 sprues , upper hull , lower hull and rubber tracks|
|more description|| The kit consists of over 470 parts|
>the kit w/refined detail
>multi-slide molded lower hull and upper hull
>photo etched parts included
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