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T-34/76 Model 1943 (World of Tanks)
The Russian T-34 was without doubt one of the best and most successful tanks of the Second World War. Shown here is the T-34 Model 1943 with the angular "Mickey Mouse" turret. Fun Fact: The T-34's armor rendered the German 3.7cm PaK anti-tank gun so obsolete, it was given the nickname "Das Heeresanklopfgerat", meaning roughly "The army's door-knocking device".
About this creation
A slightly different view than the main picture.



Side view. (notice the 2nd panel of sloped armor on the side of the turret? those are 1x2 sloped vent pieces covered up with stickers.)


Bird's eye view.


The front. Rather blurry.


On my (messy) desk.


A parting shot.


These photos don't really do it justice, it looks much better in real life. I will most likely use this chassis to make a T-34/85 and SU-100. Please rate and comment.



Comments

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  November 27, 2013
Nice model. The turret and chassis is well designed and well made. I love the tank navigating the lego debris field!
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  November 4, 2013
Great Design! ;)
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  August 10, 2013
Wow! Nice job with the details and treads!
Claw Paradox
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Dr. Monster
  July 26, 2013
Great tank! I really love Russian armor and your MOC is one of the best T-34's that I've seen.
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  July 26, 2013
Tough tank.
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  July 26, 2013
Quoting D. P. I'd like to congratulate you on the fact that you are one of a few T-34 builders that nailed the track_width/body_width ratio of the real T-34! Very good job! Also, you might safely shorten the external oil tanks. Is the main gun able to elevate?
sadly, no, the main gun cannot elevate. it is attached to a 1x2 SNOT brick. I will correct the oil tanks, etc. in my T-34/85.
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  July 26, 2013
I'd like to congratulate you on the fact that you are one of a few T-34 builders that nailed the track_width/body_width ratio of the real T-34! Very good job! Also, you might safely shorten the external oil tanks. Is the main gun able to elevate?
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  July 25, 2013
Awesome!
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  July 25, 2013
Quoting Henrik Hoexbroe Very good. -A little gap between wheels 2 and 3 would make for a very authentic appearance!
yes, but I was afraid of making it too long and complicated. By the way, very nice WWII minis!
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  July 25, 2013
Very good. -A little gap between wheels 2 and 3 would make for a very authentic appearance!
  July 25, 2013
Neat! Looks very WWIIish :)
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  July 25, 2013
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 great tank, with a cool bit of history, I really like the machine gun in the front, and the brown tracks wich make it look like it has seen action already.
I used the brown partly for a muddy/dirt effect, but mostly because I ran out of black :P
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  July 25, 2013
great tank, with a cool bit of history, I really like the machine gun in the front, and the brown tracks wich make it look like it has seen action already.
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  July 25, 2013
Beautiful job looks just like the real tank. I like how you used both the black and the brown for the track gives it that rusty look . Fantastic job!
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  July 25, 2013
Quoting Alex Sonny I love it! The tiny turret is spot on, and the general shape of the hull even more so! Just two things: The drive sprocket is on the rear (with Soviet tanks always) and the fuel tanks on the rear could be smaller. Otherwise excellent! Looking forward to a SU-100 or a SU-85 :D
I ran out of the spoked 1x2 wheel hubs for the inner roadwheels, so I used gears instead :P nice to know that. Also, there is usually 4 smaller fuel canisters on the back in the T-34/76 M 1943, I think. Thanks! I will probably make a T-34/85 after this, by replacing the turret and a few other modifications, then the SU-100/SU-85, by modifying that.
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  July 25, 2013
I love it! The tiny turret is spot on, and the general shape of the hull even more so! Just two things: The drive sprocket is on the rear (with Soviet tanks always) and the fuel tanks on the rear could be smaller. Otherwise excellent! Looking forward to a SU-100 or a SU-85 :D
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  July 25, 2013
Excellent! The profile shot looks spot on. Love the messy desk, the true test of a tank! ;) Great job!
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  July 25, 2013
maybe make the JpZe-100, that 170 hurts, extremly fun to see 6 people cowering in fear just because you got a 170mm
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  July 25, 2013
The MOCs themselves almost always look better in real life. Even with guitars and such taken with super expensive cameras....real life rocks, and I tend to look past the photos almost whatever the quality and see just the MOC. This is one awesome tank!
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  July 25, 2013
Quoting Dylan Something Excellent! Very good. I would also like to see an SU-100. Or maybe even the Y.
well, the SU-100Y requires a T-100 (soviet experimental heavy tank) chassis, not the T-34 chassis, so I will probably not make the SU-100Y.
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  July 25, 2013
Excellent! Very good. I would also like to see an SU-100. Or maybe even the Y.
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  July 25, 2013
Very nice T-34! Looks accurate, and has the right size wheels (compare to the over sized pulley-wheels on most T-34s). Would love to see the SU-100, as that is one of my favorite tank destroyers in WoT.
 
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