Archive file consists of 3 parts:
- made in 3D Max model, including textures and materials.
- A set of detailed drawings of the tank is made in Autocad 2D
- model made in 3d AutoCAD, detailed and expanded in layers
Model performed on a scale of millimeters
M40 - 155 mm Gun Motor Carriage M40)
8-inch self-propelled howitzer M43 (eng. 8 inch Howitzer Motor Carriage M43) self-propelled artillery of the United States during the Second world war, class self-propelled howitzers, the average weight. Was established in 1945 by the installation of the receiver part of the 203-mm howitzer on the chassis of ACS M40. The company 'General motors was issued an order for 576 M43, but with the end of world war II their production was halted after the release of only 48 machines. 24 M43 was obtained in the same year by the conversion of M40. Released ACS is freely used in fighting in North-Eastern Europe in 1945.
M43 Howitzer Motor Carriage
The 203 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M43 was an American self-propelled artillery vehicle built on a widened and lengthened Medium Tank M4A3 chassis, but with a Continental engine and HVSS that was introduced at the end of the Second World War. The M43 shared the same chassis as the more widely produced M40 Gun Motor Carriage, which instead mounted a 155mm gun, and were designed by the Pressed Steel Car Company. A production run of 576 was planned originally, but in the end only 24 were produced and another 24 were converted from M40 hulls. The M43 went on to serve in the Korean War, and was retired after its conclusion.