| stratumx wrote |
Yes, 1936 ZIS-101
|Second prototype ZIS-151-1 with ZIS-150's cabin (actually International Harvester K-series cabin)|
|1935 FAMO Rübezahl|
|1935-36 Mercedes-Benz 290 (W18)|
Not very similar from the front, but in game's paks has name 'ger_mercedes_290'
|1937 Mercedes-Benz 320 (W142)|
At least in game's paks model has name 'ger_mercedes_320'
|This is firetruck Austin K2 ATV (Auxiliary Towing Vehicle).|
K2/Y is ambulance car.
Fiat 634 2nd series
| Hakari wrote |
It's called M-35 (with the dash) on the other pages. I don't know which name is the correct one.
Without dash, as usually named models of equipment of the US Army: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Equipment_of_the_United_States_Army
-- Last edit: 2016-03-31 15:46:53
| Hakari wrote |
Is it real Magirus-Deutz logo on the front? It looks identical on this screenshot.
|In game only for British Forces as 'Stuart V'|
|In game only for British Forces as 'Stuart III' |
-- Last edit: 2016-02-22 21:41:29
|In game only for British Forces as 'Sherman V'|
|In game only for British Forces as 'Sherman III'|
|In game also for British Forces as 'Stuart VI'|
|In game also for British Forces as 'Sherman II'|
|In game also for British Forces as 'Sherman I'|
|sorry, wrong second pic.|
|Often its difficult to tell who is a manufacturer of tanks and armored vehicles, because many firms are involved in the development and production.|
SdKfz.221/222/223/260/261: development and armored body by Eisenwerken Weserhütte; chassis by Horch (a part of Auto Union); general assembly by Schichau and Niedersachsen Maschinenfabric (Werner Oswald "Kraftfahrzeuge und Panzer der Reichswehr, Wehrmacht und Bundeswehr", 1970):
Usually I use a book by P. Chamberlain, H. Doyle "Encyclopedia Of German Tanks Of WW2":
-- Last edit: 2016-01-18 22:51:57
| SolanaBogon wrote |
it's the first time I see it mounted on the side for a Traction Avant
Perhaps this is just fiction of the game developers. The game contains some errors and anachronisms, such as the post-war model of Citroen Type H
-- Last edit: 2016-01-18 21:40:52
|Made by BMM|
Origine: Czech Republic
| Kirov-MG wrote |
Make is Polski Fiat.
Wz.34 was a conversatin of Wz.28 (halftrack) made in individual units' workshops.
warfiles.ru/show-72896-polskiy-broneavtomobil-wz34-obrazca-1934-goda.html (in russian)
|BMM Pz.Kpfw 38(t) (Romania)|
|1940 Alkett StuG III|
|captured 1936 Renault R-35|
|1935 koda Pz.Kpfw 35(t) (for Romania)|
|1941 Alkett 2 cm Flak 38 Sfl. auf Pz.Kpfw.I Ausf.A|
|1935 Daimler-Benz Pz.Kpfw I Ausf.B|
|BMM Pz.Kpfw 38(t)|
|1935 koda Pz.Kpfw 35(t)|
Make: Zavod N37
|captured 1937 Panhard 178 (railway version)|
|captured 1935 Renault Char B1|
|1940 NSU Kettenkrad HK 101|
|captured 1937 Panhard 178|
Make: January Uprising Mechanical Plant
Model: NI-1 'Na Ispug'
| Kirov-MG wrote |
Actually, it's GMC CCKW.
I know, but I didn't want to dispute with the game developers
|1934 Mercedes Benz G4 (W31)|
|Polski Fiat 508 version III|
(name of model in game pack fiat_508)
|1939 Zavod N174 T-26|
|1934 Kirov Universal-2, Origin: USSR|
|It was a Home Guard vehicle, an enormous one, built onto the bus chassis, for the particular use of London Passenger Transport Board Home Guard at the Chiswick Depot of London Transport. They were not really armoured only built up from mild steel plate but naturally to a very high standard.|
|The Bison was an extemporised armoured fighting vehicle frequently characterised as a mobile pillbox. Bisons were produced in Britain during the invasion crisis of 1940-1941. Based on a number of different lorry chassis, it featured a fighting compartment protected by a layer of concrete. Bisons were used by the Royal Air Force (RAF) to protect aerodromes and by the Home Guard. They acquired the generic name \"Bison\" from their main manufacturer.|
|1939 Daimler Scout Car Mk II 'Dingo', Origin: UK|
|1943 Ford M20 Scout Car, Origin: USA|
|1937 GAZ T-20 'Komsomolets', Origin: USSR|
|1943 Ford M8 Greyhound, Origin: USA|
|1942 Steyr RSO, Origin: Austria|