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A short impression from the jkwrangler's first TANK-DRIVING experience (OFFROADPARK BÖSER WOLF | HESSEN). This event was awesome. read more

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The StuG started development before the war and was in full production by 1940. Designated an Assault Gun it was designed round a Panzer III chassis but no turret, this gave it an extremely low profile. It's role was to support infantry as they followed close behind the panzer assaults. But the...read more

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 Teniente) December 16, 2015

Stug III Ausf D, chassis number 90678 was captured by the British in El Alamein in North Africa and was taken to the UK for tests and study. This tank was recovered from the Pirbright fire range in UK, and was then part of Kevin Wheatcroft collection. The new owner Jon Phillips then acquired it...read more

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When you look at the huge ‘monster’ that is A39 Tortoise it is very tempting to draw immediate comparisons with the German tank destroyers, Elephant, JagdTiger, and JagdPanther. Tortoise might be regarded as the British answer to German monsters such as...read more

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It is 9ft long and approx 5ft wide. The main hull is 20mm thick alluminium on a solid steel frame. All road wheels along with the suspension system is fitted, both sets of steel tracks are made along with loads of spare links and pins. There is also seven spare road wheels, and ALL alluminium...read more

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 Teniente) May 16, 2015

The Sturmtiger was a World War II German assault gun built on the Tiger I chassis and armed with a large calibre mortar. It was designed to provide heavy fire support for infantry units fighting in urban areas.

With the final episode of the Inside the Tanks filmed at The Deutsches...read more

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