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  Russian T-34/76D Medium Tank with Three Soldiers (1:50 Scale)
Russian T-34/76D Medium Tank with Three Soldiers

Gaso.Line Russian T-34/76D Medium Tank with Three Soldiers




 
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Product Code: MF48508

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Gaso.Line MF48508 Russian T-34/76D Medium Tank with Three Soldiers (1:50 Scale) "By powerful artillery fire, air strikes, and a wave of attacking tanks, we're supposed to swiftly crush the enemy."
- Marshal Georgi K. Zhukov

The first generation T-34 medium tank made its debut in combat during the summer of 1941, when the Wehrmacht launched its invasion of the Soviet Union. The T-34 easily outclassed the German PzKpfw III and IV models, thanks to its hard-hitting 76.2mm main gun, thick frontal armor, wide tracks, and overall superior mobility. The first T-34s were assembled at Kharkov, Leningrad, and Stalingrad, then moved behind the Ural mountains when the German advance encircled Leningrad, overran Kharkov, and invested the "City of Stalin". Legend has it that some T-34s rolled off the Stalingrad assembly line unpainted and even unfinished to prevent the Nazi invaders from capturing the city.

This particular 1:50 scale tank comes with three hand-painted figures. Sold Out!

Dimensions:
Length: 4.75 inches
Width: 2.5 inches

Features
  • Diecast construction
  • Metal tracks
  • Rotating turret
  • Elevating gun
  • Accurate markings and insignia
  • Comes with three hand-painted figures

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