"Hummel" engineered by Alkett (Altmärkische Kettenwerk GmbH), assembled 1944 by German Iron Works Duisburg, crew of 7, 12 cylinder Maybach HL 120, 220 kw (295 hp), 15 centimeter (150 mm) howitzer, 12 km cannon range; initially a stop gap howitzer, it was so successful that it was manufactured...read more
Mörser Karl-Gerät was a World War II German self-propelled siege mortar designed and built by Rheinmetall. It was meant to be behind front lines by a couple miles and expel huge shells to bunkers and buildings to get the enemy out. The Karl-Gerät was a very accurate vehicle, accurate enough...read more
The vehicle being offered, QF 25-pdr SP Sexton Mk. 2, was built by Montreal Locomotive Works. It is an older, but very nice restoration. It was part of the Littlefield Collection, and 12 July 2014, was sold for US $155,250 on Auctions America. On 4 April 2016, bid is...read more
The howitzer motor carriage M7 Priest was an important self-propelled artillery piece in the U.S. arsenal. It was based on the M3 chassis and carried a 105mm howitzer and a crew of seven. It was nicknamed the Priest by the British because of its distinctive machine gun pulpit.