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sFH13 Sf auf GW LrS f by nicksikh sFH13 Sf auf GW LrS f by nicksikh
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sFH13(Sf) auf GW LrS(f)
Deutsche Afrika Korps, 1941-1942.

General

Type: Self-Propelled Gun
Crew: 4
Production: 12 (07/1942)
Engine
DelaHaye 103TT Gasoline | 70 hp
Dimensions/Masses
Length: 5.31 m | Width: 1.83 m | Height: 2.23 m
Weight: 8500 kg
Armor
Maximum: 12 mm - Minimum: 5 mm
Performances
Max. Speed: 34 km/h | Power/weight: 8.2 hp/t | Range: 135 km
Suspension: leaf spring
Armament

Main: 1 x 150 mm sFH13/1
Secondary: -
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Supercactus777 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2011
where do u get these from? or du make them yourself?
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nicksikh Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2011
no like i say in my deviations i find it at ww2 sites
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Supercactus777 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2011
ok
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888erkan888 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Im intrested in WWII vechicle warfare, always has been... And I saw this featured.
I havent noticed that thing at the rear before, guess its to keep the tank stable when it fires the big gun.

Is this vechicle based on Panzer 1? Im not familiar with the german self-propelled guns. Well theres always wikipedia! Good drawing btw.
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nicksikh Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2011
no i think it has it's own base but i'm not exactly sure...
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888erkan888 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I looked up info on wikipedia...Im not sure its exactly this model, since theres so many and they all have complex names, but its probably based on a lenghened Panzer II chassi, as most german sekf-propelled guns.
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nicksikh Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2011
yes it could be... ah this complexed name why do they exist?
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888erkan888 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha becouse they produced many different variants with small changes and needed the codes to know the changes made from the different types. Plus this tank never got a nickname I guess becouse it was very rare, only a few were buildt and it was pretty experimental and cheaply buildt.
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nicksikh Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2011
yes only 12 was built
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888erkan888 Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
If you feel like you have the time to get a little nerdy about tank-warfare...may I ask which tanks is the ones you found most intresting from WWII?

For me its the american TD's, M18 Hellcat, M36 'jackson', M10. They were really specialized designs and a risky concept of tank warfare. In the right hands (skilled crew) and right environment they could couse huge damage with their speed. Very vulnerable they relied completely on hit and run-attacks and offcourse to always be the ones who attacked first. The open-topped turrets is an intresting design-detail that gave the crew a great feeling of the surroundings.

The M26 Pershing was also a great tank design, though it arrived too late in the war to have the impact on the tankwarfare it could have had.
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