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GS-1 tank
I present you two brand new creations, first based off the IS heavy tank, the second based off the Wespe.
About this creation
The GS-1, (named after Grigorij Sapozhnyikov) was a heavy tank developed by Tongoria. The heavy tank was designed with thick armour to counter the 88mm guns.
First a 360 view.





The GS-1 is based off the A-32 but with better armor. The front armor is 120mm thick, sloped in 32 degrees.

Its main weapon is a 97mm D-10T gun with an average penetration of 175mm

From the side you can see how long is the barrell.

The turret features a secondary 13mm machinegun on top, 2 periscopes and 2 hatches. The crew consists of 4: a driver, a loader, a gunner and a commander.

The turret also features a back-looking machinegun.

Its maximum speed is 38km/h thanks to its V2GS 800hp diesel engine.
Production of 15 will end on 2012 January 29.

SA551 Wasp

The Wasp is a Tongorian light self-propelled artilery developed in 1943. It uses a heavily modified A-32 chassis since the engine is in the front of the tank.
360 view.







It uses a 200hp engine and has a maximum speed of 40km/h.

This picture shows the exhaust of the engine.

The Wasp has got an open cabin. It’s armed with a 152mm gun.

It uses Christie suspension to go over terrain.
Production of 40 will end on 2012 Jaunary 29.
Thanks for viewing.




Comments

 I like it 
  May 11, 2013
Love the arty's suspension!
 I made it 
  May 1, 2012
Quoting Cam Mac Very nice work. I like the way it's built too... I'm guessing the inspiration was a mix between the Soviet T-34 and the IS-3?
Yes, the chassis is inspired by the T-34 and the turret is inspired by the IS-2.
 I like it 
  May 1, 2012
Very nice work. I like the way it's built too... I'm guessing the inspiration was a mix between the Soviet T-34 and the IS-3?
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  April 1, 2012
Wow! Both are simply amazing!
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  March 13, 2012
Great! My favorite part for some reason is the .50 Cal.
 I made it 
  February 3, 2012
Quoting John Stahlman Nice! I like the rubber on the road wheels. A lot of Russian tanks in WWII had rubber road wheels so that it could be driven on roads without the tracks. During rubber shortages they tried using all steel wheels but the harsh vibrations loosened parts and caused damage to the tank.
I have a lot of inspiration from russian tanks.
 I like it 
  February 3, 2012
Nice! I like the rubber on the road wheels. A lot of Russian tanks in WWII had rubber road wheels so that it could be driven on roads without the tracks. During rubber shortages they tried using all steel wheels but the harsh vibrations loosened parts and caused damage to the tank.
 I like it 
  January 23, 2012
Sweet work here man! These are both Awesome.
Matthew Sylvan
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Josh Kaufmann
  January 21, 2012
Look's really good,May I suggest you add side skirt's onto your tank's. And Nemisis I would be whilling to do a joint project with you sometime
 I like it 
  January 21, 2012
Excellent! They both look great.
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  January 21, 2012
Excellent! They both look great.
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  January 21, 2012
Looks good, now they just need to be built out of real legos. Would you be willing on doing a joint submarine project?
 I like it 
  January 21, 2012
Good on you, mate!
 I like it 
  January 21, 2012
Beautiful work!
 I like it 
  January 21, 2012
very nice work
 
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