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Russian BT-7 Model 1937 – Tamiya 35327 – plastic model kit – 1/35 scale

UGS : 35327 Catégorie :


Early in the war and subsequently after the invasion of the Soviet Union, a large number of BT-7 tanks made their way into the hands of the German Army. These Beutepanzer were widely and effectively used by the German panzer divisions throughout the war.

Even with the creation of the T-34 tank, the BT-7 would remain in service throughout most of WWII, and up to 1945 in Manchuria, during the Soviet Union’s attack against Japan.

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Built between 1935 and 1940, the BT-7 was a Russian light cavalry tank that saw service in the Soviet-Japanese Border Wars, WWII and the Winter War. Weighing in at just less than 14 tons, the BT-7 had a chain driven transmission powered by a 450hp Mikulin M-17T (V-12) gasoline engine. The main armament of this light tank was the 45 mm L/46 cannon. By the onset of the German invasion of the Soviet Union in June 1941, and with tank losses soaring higher and higher, the BT-7 was still in full production. By the time of the Battle of Kursk, the BT-7 was making up nearly half of the armor in the Soviet Army.

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Dimensions 12 × 8.5 × 2.75 cm