U.S. SHERMAN M4A3 MEDIUM TANK, 1942

34 tons, 76mm gun,Ford V-8 gasoline engine, 500hp.

This tank was called the "Ronson", after the cigarette lighter, during WW2 by soldiers on both sides because the lighter's slogan was "Always lights the first time", and the Sherman usually exploded and burned the first time hit by a German 88mm shell!

U.S. PERSHING M46 HEAVY TANK, 1945

46 tons, 90mm gun, Ford V-8 gasoline engine, 500 hp

The Pershing was conceived to offset the glaring deficiencies in the Sherman during WW2, but appeared too late, two months before the German surrender, to help much in the war.

U.S. ABRAMS M1A1 MAIN BATTLE TANK, 1985

63 tons, 120mm gun, Lycoming gas-turbine engine, 1,500 hp.

The Abrams was the leading American tank in the Desert Storm War, and was designed from the lessons learned from the German WW2 Tigers and Panthers.

BRITISH CHALLENGER MK3 MAIN BATTLE TANK 1998

68 TONS, 120mm gun, Perkins V12 diesel engine, 1,200 hp

ISRAELI MERKAVA MK3 MAIN BATTLE TANK 1979

66 tons, 105mm gun, Teledyne Continental V12 diesel engine, 900 hp

RUSSIAN T62 MAIN BATTLE TANK 1963

44 tons, 115mm gun, V12 diesel engine, 580 hp

GERMAN LEOPARD 1 MAIN BATTLE TANK, 1980

43 tons, 105mm gun, MB838 V10 diesel engine, 830 hp.

GERMAN MARDER INFANTRY COMBAT VEHICLE 1971

15 TONS, 20mm cannon, MTU 6 cylinder diesel engine, 600 hp

GERMAN WW2 KING TIGER AT LA GLEIZE, BELGIUM. ONE OF THE LAST TIGERS IN EXISTANCE, WAS LEFT IN A HURRY DURING THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE IN 1944 BY MEN OF SS COLONEL PEIPER'S GROUP. THE TANK IS STILL THERE!
GERMAN KING TIGER MANUFACTURED BY HENSCHEL
MODEL OF GERMAN KING TIGER
GERMAN TIGER 1 IN RUSSIA THE TIGER 1 WAS THE TYPE USED BY SS CAPTAIN MICHAEL WITTMAN, WW2 LEADING TANK ACE, WHO DESTROYED 138 ALLIED TANKS AND WAS KILLED ON AUG. 8, 1944 WHEN HIS TIGER 1 WAS HIT BY A BRITISH SHERMAN FIREFLY 17 POUNDER ROUND.

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GGGBRITISH SHERMAN FIREFLY TANK OF WW2, WHICH UTILIZED A 17 POUNDER HIGH VELOCITY GUN WITH ARMOR PENATRATING CAPACITY. ONE SUCH TANK DESTROYED SS CAPT. WITTMANN'S TIGER ON AUG. 8, 1944 IN FRANCE.